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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The new week of November will be full of statistics, as well as the minutes of the Fed and ECB.
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 new week of August will provide us with the Fed's minutes and a flow of statistics that will not let the market get bored.
By the end of June, the financial market has received almost all the information it expected. What is left are just statistics and the end of the quarantine — for the world to start functioning at a full scale. This week, there is the macroeconomic data planned for publication alongside general economic events — all in all, plenty of things to pay attention to.
The one but last week of September is going to be rather calm for capital and currency markets; everything we were waiting for has already happened. The time has come for consolidation and forecasts of the nearest future.