After sending the high-profile September interest rate resolution, the United States will usher in September non-agricultural data.
Employment accelerated in August, with wages rising at their biggest year-on-year rate in more than nine years, suggesting that the trade war has not yet worked on the U.S. economy.
The overall momentum in U.S. economic data this week continued to support the strong dollar, and Powell also pointed out in his speech that the market should pay more attention to data than central bank forecasts.
In the context of trade wars, the US trade account in August will also become a more sensitive data.
In addition to the United States, the euro area will usher in a number of inflation related data.
Given Mr Draghi's bullish outlook for inflation, investors will be watching closely to see if the data shows trends that match his views.
The Australian Federal Reserve (RBA) will issue interest rate resolutions next week, which is expected to maintain the existing monetary policy unchanged.
Australia's wage growth is still low, household consumption remains a source of uncertainty, and Global trade frictions are among the biggest worries abroad.
Raphael Bostic, chairman of the Atlanta Fed and FOMC voting Committee in 2018, attended a conference to discuss economic developments.
Silvana Tenreyro, member of the Bank of England's monetary policy committee, delivered a speech.
Euro zone finance ministers meet to discuss deepening euro zone integration.
Minneapolis Fed chairman Cash Kari (Neel Kashkari) delivered a speech.
Eric Rosengren, chairman of the Boston Federal Reserve, addressed the 60th annual meeting of the National Association for Business Economics (NABE).
The RBA announces interest rate decisions and policy statements.
Andy Haldane, the chief economist of the Bank of England, chaired the annual meeting of the reconstruction of the macroeconomy. Jonathan Haskel, an outside member of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee, chaired the same agenda at 18:45.
Federal Reserve Governor Randal Quarles testified before the Senate Finance Committee on "Implementing Economic Growth, Deregulation and Consumer Protection Acts".
Francois Villeroy de Galhau, member of the European Central Bank's governing council, attended a conference on the theme "Ten years later: better financial stability today?" The meeting.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell addressed the 60th Annual Meeting of the National Association for Business Economics (NABE) on the "Federal Reserve Bank Perspective".
Yves Mersch, the ECB executive director, delivered a keynote speech at a meeting of the Central Bank of Latvia.
Charles Evans, chairman of the Federal Reserve of Chicago, addressed the official forum of international monetary and financial institutions (OMFIF) on the U.S. economic outlook.
Thomas Barkin, president of the Richmond Fed, delivered a speech at the West Virginia Economic Outlook Conference entitled "Tomorrow's Outlook: Five Numbers to Watch".
Cleveland Fed chairman Meister (Loretta Mester) delivered a speech.
Federal Reserve Governor Randal Quarles spoke at the 21st Century Community Banking Congress hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
European Central Bank member Olli Rehn, Finnish central bank governor, held a press conference on monetary policy and the global economic situation.
Benoit Coeure, the executive director of the European Central Bank, delivered a speech to the local business community.