At the end of the week, the agenda in local markets will remain busy, with GDP data in different regions, confidence and quarterly reports.
In Mexico, data from INEGI and the Ministry of Finance stand out; In the United States, there are spending and income indicators, indicators from the University of Michigan and energy data.
In Europe GDP figures are expected. During the session, data on speculative positions on different assets will also be published on the Chicago Mercantil Exchange.
The information for the day will begin at 6:00 a.m. with data from INEGI, which has preliminary figures for the GDP in the first quarter of the year, data from the mining and metallurgical industry e manufacturing indicators; analysts consulted by Bloomberg In the case of GDP, they estimate a contraction of 3.9 percent at an annual rate and that in the first three months it has not shown growth.
Later, at 9:00 a.m., Banco de México will publish its report Monetary aggregates and financial activity, where the figures of the net loans to the month of March will be released.
In corporate results, the reports of Vesta, Megacable, Pacific Airport Group e Peñoles Industries.
The information will begin to flow from 7:30 am, when the Bureau of Economic Analysis publishes the data of the personal income and personal spending during March. For the first data, the consensus estimates that it is at 0.7 percent, unchanged from the previous data and for personal spending, a reading of 4.1 percent is expected.
At 8:45 a.m., Markit will publish data from the Chicago PMI.
At the same time, there will be the participation of Robert Kaplan, president of the Dallas Fed, at a Montgomery Chamber of Commerce event.
At 9:00 a.m., the University of Michigan will release its set of final indicators on consumer confidence, current situationl, expectations e inflation corresponding to the month of April.
At noon, the private company Baker Hughes will publish the number of active oil rigs to April 30.
In corporate results, reports of Johnson Controls, AbbVie, Chevron, Clorox, Newells Brands, Cboe Global Markets, Exxon Y Colgate Palmolive.
There will be a broad agenda; Among the data that stand out are the figures of the START, inflation Y consumer spending in France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the Eurozone.