This week will see an increased flow of macroeconomic reports, the OPEC+ meeting, and the market reacting to the developments in China.
This week could be a relatively quiet one for the currencies, but it is worth keeping an eye on oil prices and the rhetoric of the Fed officials.
The Fed's opinion on future interest rate decisions is pretty much the only thing of interest to the capital markets currently. The US dollar is continuingto fall, which is drawing a lot of attention.
This week is not overloaded with reports - more of the focus will be on political news. It will be interesting to see how China shapes its strategy to combat COVID-19.
The start of November will give investors a better understanding of what's happening in the global financial system, and allow them to form their strategies for the near future.
This week investors will pay attention to the meetings of leading Central Banks and US GDP publications. The week is expected to be quite nervous.
Tension in the markets is rising again. China, with its statistical data, will set the tone for the week, but there are also challenges elsewhere.
After a local surge of optimism, the demand for safe-haven assets returns. The US dollar attracts attention again, and markets prefer to avoid risks.
Central Banks have made their key decisions – it is high time to watch around. Market demand is focused on safe haven assets, so the USD and the yen may demonstrate unusual activity.
This week, the market will be floating in statistics, reports, and releases. The key countries will publish the maximum of interesting information that is almost sure to be reflected in quotes and prices.
This week will belong to Central Banks that will have to raise the interest rates once again, as well as to monetary politicians giving comments, and a little flow of statistics.
This week, capital markets will remain nervous waiting for an energy crisis in Europe and growth of interest rate in the US.
This week, the macroeconomic calendar will be full of reports but some say that they will not be able to change the market situation significantly. Investors are likely to save power for something more important.
A new week of August will bring us a lot of statistics from different countries, confirmation of trends in interest rates, and possibly news for the commodity market.
The currency market remains in tension: signs of a slow-down of economic growth are coming from everywhere, making investors avoid risks.