The new week of April will bring certain results of meetings of several important Central banks and some data from the Canadian and British economies. There will be enough market drivers for investors to choose from.
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The last week of March and the beginning of April in financial markets and other assets might be somewhat emotional due to the planned session of OPEC+ and a flow of US employment statistics.
A new week of March will bring us several decisions on interest rates, a flow of statistics, and comments of monetary politicians. All this will give capital markets new catalysts.
Another week of March will be surprisingly eventful: there will be a lot of sessions of Central banks, a flow of statistics, which means investors will enjoy a whole assortment of drivers or making trading decisions.
Quantitative Easing is a type of Central bank policy that fills the economy with extra money to increase investments in the private sector and provoke the growth of demand. Let us find out what is QE and whether we can make a profit from it.
The new week of February, apart from freezing and nasty weather (which is explainable), will bring in tow a flow of statistics from the USA and Great Britain, as well as the minutes of the sessions of the ECB and Fed. No steep turns are expected here, however, you never know in advance.
The second week of February will focus on the same assets as the first one: oil and the USD. Both look overbought, but while investors are benevolent, they might go on growing, even from such high prices.
The third week of January will become the time of Central banks, while the USA will see the inauguration of Joe Biden, the president elected. These events will be enveloped in news, so investors will not have time for boredom.
The new week of December might seem interesting only because there are plenty of Central bank conferences scheduled for it. We will discuss them separately.
The new week that winds up autumn and gives way to winter is going to be eventful: we will enjoy, statistics, meetings of Central banks, and an OPEC meeting. The market will definitely find lots of footholds.