A new week will provide us with the conferences of many Central Banks alongside vital information about European and British inflation.
The last week of the year is not going to be full of events. Things are quite calm and neutral – it is time to draw the line under the past 12 months and get prepared for the future.
Quite naturally, the flow of statistics at the second week of the month is subsiding, yet Central Banks enter the scene, ready to react to any changes.
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.
The new week of November will be full of statistics, as well as the minutes of the Fed and ECB.
There are still pretty many conferences of Central Banks, yet now there might be a pause in their results. On the contrary, statistics will give new evidence of the current state of leading economies.
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.
This last week of September is not going to be as abundant in important information as the previous one, but there will be a lot of comments of monetary politicians.
The new week of September will bring us a crazy avalanche of interest rate decisions, giving the currency sector a good reason for increased volatility.
This second week of the month, the main focus will be on the results of meetings of Central banks and the comments they give. Investors are at least not going 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.
A Week in the Market (26.07 – 01.08): the Unemployment Data and Speeches by Heads of Global Central Banks
This week’s key events that may rattle up financial markets are expected to come from the USA. Reports on unemployment, as well as speeches by heads of global Central Banks, will also hit the stage. Perhaps, they can make markets start moving more actively.
There will be few numbers to analyse in the middle of both July and summer, and even fewer important events to reflect on. However, now is the exact moment when financial markets need to take a break to get rid of a lot of unnecessary emotions.
Another week of July will bring about not only the updated info about the commodity market by OPEC but also describe the opportunities for growth in the group of risky assets.
The final days of June and the beginning of July are promising to be dynamic: we have a ministerial meeting of OPEC+, a flow of statistics, and comments of monetary authorities. The market will simply have no time for reflection.