Retail Sales, Euro Output, U.K. Inflation, Lockhart
WHAT TO WATCH: U.S. retail sales probably rose in July for a fourth consecutive month, according to forecasts, 8:30 a.m. The Federal Reserve’s Dennis Lockhart speaks on the economy in Atlanta, 12:45 p.m. Euro-area industrial output expanded less than economists estimated in June. U.K. inflation slowed from a 14-month high in July, led by airfares and summer discounting at clothing stores. German investor confidence increased more than forecast in August.
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