This week, important statistics will be scarce, though speeches of various politics will be numerous. This will be interesting.
This week will not be the most full one of events, but the capital market needs a pause to bring nerves and portfolios to order.
This new week will bring along a flow of statistics from all over the world, while the CBs of the Euro zone and Australia will decide upon the interest rate. We are sure that this news could be useful.
This week is going to be full of statistics and events, regardless of a calm Monday.
This week, investors will be focused on speeches delivered by heads of Central Banks of the EU, the euro zone, and Great Britain, as well as US GDP estimation. It is high time to look around while there are not much statistics around.
This new exchange market week will be full of statistics. Investors will keep analysing global economies and geopolitics. There are still too many emotions in quotes.
This week will be quite poor in terms of new statistucs. Investors will mostly be focused on the USD that keeps influencing other currencies.
A week of Central banks meetings starts, and it can turn out quite energetic and active. Meanwhile, the macroeconomic calendar will offer a whole bunch of interesting statistics, which means investors will hardly have time for boredom.
April starts with a flow of statistics from Japan and Europe, publishing the minutes of the Fed, and moderate moods of the pound fans.
This week, investors are waiting for interesting statistics, reports, and OPEC+ decision.
This week will bring along statistics from Great Britain and speeches of monetary politicians from the USA and Europe. The currency sector remains sensitive to risks.
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.
This week, the market will be focused on the American statistics and comments by politicians of all levels. Market moods and readiness to risk will depend on those.
At this new week of February, statistics will be abundant. Also, the minutes of the last conference of the Fed will be published. This is going to be interesting.
This week is promising to become full of statistics and planned meetings of Central Banks. You will definitely not get bored.