Top economic indicators and events for the week ahead: May 25-31

John Williams, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, speaking in San Francisco, California, on March 27, 2015. -- PHOTO: REUTERS 
John Williams, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, speaking in San Francisco, California, on March 27, 2015. -- PHOTO: REUTERS 

(all at Singapore time)

MONDAY, MAY 25

US Memorial Day

7:50am: Japan trade figures for April

12pm: Bank of Japan monthly report

1pm: Singapore inflation rate for April

TUESDAY, MAY 26

8am: Singapore Q1 Economic Survey, including final Q1 GDP

9am: Philippines trade figures for April

1pm: Singapore industrial production for April

3:30pm: Thailand trade figures for April

4:30pm: Former Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke speaks on Asian economies in Taipei

8:30pm: US durable goods orders for April

9pm: US S&P Case-Shiller home price index for April

10pm: US new home sales for April

10pm: US Richmond Fed manufacturing index for May

10:30pm: US Dallas Fed manufacturing index for May

WEDNESDAY, MAY 27

G7 finance ministers and central bank governors meet in Dresden (to May 29)

7:50am: Bank of Japan monetary policy meeting minutes

11:30am: Thailand industrial production for April

THURSDAY, MAY 28

G20-OECD high-level roundtable on institutional investors and long-term investment in Singapore

7:50am: Japan retail sales for April

10am: Philippines GDP growth rate for Q1

2:30pm: Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco president John Williams speaks before the Monetary Authority of Singapore banking supervision and regulation joint conference in Singapore

4pm: ECB releases its financial stability report

4:30pm: UK second estimate of Q1 GDP growth rate

5pm: Eurozone consumer confidence for May

10pm: US pending home sales for April

FRIDAY, MAY 29

7:30am: Japan inflation rate, household spending, unemployment rate and industrial production for April

10am: Singapore bank lending for April

8pm: India GDP growth rate for Q1

8:30pm: US second estimate of Q1 GDP growth rate