Matt Quigley writes the weekly economic preview for the Mail & Guardian. His blog on the South African economy can be found at www.thoughtleader.co.za/mattquigley
From the release of SA's latest current account figures to the US's jobs report and China's manufacturing sector, here are updates for the week ahead.
From Stats SA's GDP data release, which might address auto and mining sector issues, to housing market reports in the US, here's your economic guide.
From governor Gill Marcus being expected to leave rates unchanged to Nigerian policymakers announcing rates decision, here's your economic week ahead.
From China's leaders discussing economic reform to the release of SA's retail figures, here's your guide to the economic week ahead.
Markets will be on the lookout for mining and manufacturing updates from SA this week, along with the latest trade data from China.
From SA updating on inflation, trade and employment to the US continuing to catch-up on economic releases, here's what to look out for this week.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's budget statement, in which growth and fiscal projections will be updated, is the big item on the economic calendar.
Tension in markets is likely to intensify as the US barrels towards its debt ceiling. Here is your guide to the events likely to drive numbers.
While SA reports on reserve figures, the US's political stalemate between the Republicans and Democrats will continue to preoccupy global markets.
US political developments will affect global markets as feuding politicians may temporarily shut down portions of its federal government.