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Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Jan 6– Jan 10)

First full trading week of the year will be dominated by NFP and Canadian jobs report that will be published at the same time and will cause increased volatility in the markets, additionally we will have preliminary December inflation data for the EU.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Dec 23– Dec 27)

Holiday lull dominates the markets, liquidity will be thin so volatility may be increased, therefore we would advise you to use tight stop losses and trade small lot sizes.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Dec 16– Dec 20)

In the last full trading week of the year we will have BOE and BOJ meetings, Fed’s preferred inflation measure PCE, employment data from UK and Australia, Q3 GDP from New Zealand as well as preliminary PMI numbers from EU.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Dec 9– Dec 13)

Fed’s, ECB’s and SNB’s interest rate decisions along with the General Election in UK will be the main movers of the week with the first results of the election being published on Friday morning volatility on all GBP pairs will be increased.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Dec 2– Dec 6)

After Thanksgiving holiday markets are back in full swing and we will have rate decisions from RBA and BOC as well as Q3 GDP data from Australia and then on Friday NFP and Canadian employment report.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Nov 25– Nov 29)

Please note that liquidity will be thin on Thursday and Friday due to the US Thanksgiving holiday, Q3 GDP data from US, Canada and Switzerland along with inflation data from US and EU and consumption data from New Zealand will mark this week.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Nov 18– Nov 22)

FOMC minutes, preliminary PMI data from Europe and Japan as well as Canadian inflation and consumption data will mark the weak ahead of us.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Nov 11– Nov 15)

RBNZ interest rate decision, preliminary Q3 GDP readings from UK and Japan, second Q3 GDP reading from Europe, consumption data from US and Australian employment data keep the week stacked with news events.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Nov 4 – Nov 8)

RBA meeting, BOE meeting, trade data and final October PMI numbers will be on the docket this week.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Oct 28 – Nov 1)

BOJ and BOC meetings, preliminary Q3 GDP readings from US and EU, NFP and Q3 CPI from Australia make the line-up for this jam-packed week headlined by Fed’s interest rate decision.

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