FXStreet (Guatemala) - Analysts at Rabobank explained the outlook for the week ahead. Key Quotes: "Today we have a quiet start with only the other perennial trade-surplus culprit (dare we say mercantilist?), Germany, releasing trade data, while the Fed’s Rosengren speaks." "Tomorrow has Japanese trade data, Aussie home loans, and Chinese CPI and PPI (where deflation looms again), along with US small business confidence. China also releases loans and money supply data at some point from Tuesday onwards." "Wednesday sees the RBNZ’s financial stability report and a news conference, Chinese retail sales, industrial production and fixed investment, Draghi and Carney as a double-act at a BoE conference, and UK unemployment. Thursday has Japanese machine orders, Aussie jobs data, Eurozone industrial production, and a slew of Fed-speak (Bullard, Yellen, Lacker, Evans, and Dudley). Friday closes with Q3 Eurozone GDP and US retail sales, PPI, business inventories, and Michigan consumer confidence. Data’ll be all for now." For more information, read our latest forex news.