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Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Nov 21 – Nov 25)

RBNZ meeting where another large rate hike is expected coupled with preliminary PMI data from Eurozone and the UK will highlight the week containing Thanksgiving and Black Friday. Be mindful of lower liquidity during the week.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Nov 14 – Nov 18)

After US inflation surprised to the downside we will see how inflation fares in the UK and Canada. We will also see employment data from the UK and Australia as well as preliminary Q3 GDP data from Japan.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Nov 7 – Nov 11)

We will take a break from Central Bank meetings but the week ahead of us will have Midterm elections and inflation from the US.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Oct 31 – Nov 4)

We are in for a massive week filled with Fed, BOE and RBA meetings, combined with preliminary GDP and CPI data from Eurozone, official PMI data from China as well as employment data from the US (NFP), Canada and New Zealand.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Oct 24 – Oct 28)

ECB, BOC and BOJ meetings will take the centre stage followed by preliminary Q3 GDP data from the US and preliminary October PMI data from Eurozone and the UK.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Oct 17 – Oct 21)

This week we will have inflation data from UK, New Zealand, Japan and Canada, employment data from Australia as well as Q3 GDP, production and consumption data from China. Additionally, 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China will be held throughout the week and great number of companies will report their Q3 earnings.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Oct 10 – Oct 14)

Inflation data from the US will be the most important data point in the coming week that will also have consumption from the US, employment from the UK as well as inflation and trade data from China.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Sep 5 – Sep 9)

ECB, RBA and BOC are all expected to raise interest rates this week, Additionally, we will have inflation data from China, GDP data from Australia and employment data from Canada. New UK Prime Minister will be elected. Be mindful that Monday is Labour day holiday in the US so liquidity may be thinner than usual.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Aug 29 – Sep 2)

NFP, preliminary CPI from Europe and official PMI data from China will highlight the week as we enter in the last month of Q3.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Aug 22 – Aug 26)

Preliminary PMI data for August from EU and the UK coupled with PCE data from the US and Jackson Hole symposium will be the highlights of the week as fund managers start to return back to work after a summer holiday which should lead to better liquidity conditions in the market.

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