Market developments of the upcoming week

29 August, 2016

Market developments of the upcoming week

As not every day has an important event we are proving you with only the most crucial ones to help your trading. Here are the key events happening in the week:

Monday, Aug 29, 2016. US: Personal Income (MoM), Personal Spending, Dallas Fed Manufacturing Business Index.

Tuesday, Aug 30, 2016.

Japan: Unemployment Rate, Overall Household Spending (YoY), Retail Trade (YoY). UK: Mortgage Approvals, Consumer Credit. US: Consumer Confidence Wednesday, Aug 31, 2016, Japan: Industrial Production (YoY). Germany: Unemployment Change. Italy: Unemployment rate EU: Consumer Price Index – Core (YoY), US:  ADP Employment Change, Pending Home Sales (YoY), Oil:  EIA Crude Oil Stocks change

Thursday, Sep 01, 2016.

China: Non-manufacturing PMI, Caixin Manufacturing PMI. US: Nonfarm Productivity, Initial Jobless Claims, ISM Manufacturing PMI.

Friday, Sep 02, 2016.

US: Unemployment Rate, Nonfarm Payrolls, Trade Balance. Oil: Baker Hughes US Oil Rig Count


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The outsider on the Forex market

The Greenback has certainly taken all chances to become an outsider on the Forex market this week...

Chinese stocks are posting biggest gains

The Chinese stock market closed on a positive territory, posting the biggest gain since the end of November 2016...

NFP will leave a long-lasting impression

The Australian regulator is riven by contradictions. On the one hand, the economy requires lower rates...


Australian Dollar is waiting on the down-low

The Asian stock market began the week with an advance, in anticipation...

Euro under pressure

The European currency extended its fall after the ECB official, Yves Mersch, denied speculations about QE tapering, making it clear that the regulator is not yet going to change its dovish views...

Oil prices rise amid speculation on OPEC agreement

Oil prices are trading in positive territory on Tuesday, after the Iranian Oil Minister...


Another currency to climb the peak

The comments of the FED officials Erik Rosengren and Loretta Mester...

Pound trades look risky

The British Pound rose above the level of 1.24 after the Bank of England decision last week...

Go short!

When it comes to the EUR/USD pair, then we have a descending channel on the weekly chart...

  


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