This week is going to be full of statistics and events, regardless of a calm Monday.
This week is not going to be super active but this is normal for the end of the month. However, investors will definitely find things to pay attention to.
This week, investors are waiting for interesting statistics, reports, and OPEC+ decision.
The currency market keeps an eye on the geopolitical situation and pays less attention to the statistics. However, there are important and interesting events on the calendar.
The second week of February will feature the latest macroeconomic data and new comments from OPEC and International Energy Agency on the demand for energies.
This week is promising to become full of statistics and planned meetings of Central Banks. You will definitely not get bored.
A new week will provide us with the conferences of many Central Banks alongside vital information about European and British inflation.
The end of November and beginning of December will be full of statistics and news, so that the market will have little time for boredom.
One more week of November will bring us a flow of statistics that will become catalysts for the currency market.
The first week of November will be important: all eyes will be on the conference of the Federal Reserve System. Investors wonder if the Fed will start winding up the stimulation program. Volatility promises to be extremely high.
This new week in the market will not be overwhelmed with statistics, yet take a look at the Chinese statistics and several American reports.
The beginning of October is going to be very eventful in terms of both news and statistics. For example, OPEC+ is scheduled to have another session and it always provides a lot of information. Investors won’t have time to get bored.
The active summer is nearly over, and a no less active autumn begins. Statistics will be informative, and many events are to come.
This new week of August will not only be rich in statistics but will also bring us a meeting of monetary politicians in Jackson Hole (most probably, online). They might make interesting comments on how gravely the global economy is damaged and how soon it can recover. This should be at least curious to hear.