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Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Sep 7 – Sep 11)

ECB and BOC meeting along with continuation of Brexit talks will highlight the upcoming week.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Aug 31 – Sep 4)

Employment data from US and Canada followed by PMI data from China and RBA rate decision will highlight the upcoming week as we start to wake up from the summer lull.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Aug 24 – Aug 28)

Second estimate of US Q2 GDP along with Canadian and Swiss Q2 GDP readings on top of PCE inflation may bring some movements in the Summer lull.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Aug 17 – Aug 21)

Preliminary Q2 GDP reading from Japan followed by preliminary August PMI numbers from EU, UK and Japan will highlight the relatively quiet week ahead of us.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Aug 10 – Aug 14)

RBNZ meeting, consumption data from US, preliminary Q2 GDP from UK and second Q2 GDP estimate from EU will highlight the week.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (July 27 – July 31)

FOMC meeting followed by preliminary Q2 GDP readings, historic lows expected, from US and EU as well as official China PMI data will be highlights of the week.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (July 20 – July 24)

Preliminary July PMI data from Europe, UK and Japan as well as consumption data from UK and Canada will be eyed in an otherwise uneventful week.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (July 13 – July 17)

ECB, BOJ and BOC meetings combined with consumption data from US and China, as well as Chinese Q2 GDP and EU summit on Friday will highlight this eventful week.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (July 6 – July 10)

In rather quiet week ahead of us ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI, RBA rate decision and employment data from Canada will be on the docket.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (June 29 – July 3)

NFP, PMI data from China as well as preliminary June inflation from EU will headline the week. Please note that due to the Independence Day holiday US markets will be closed on Friday, causing lower liquidity and increased volatility, thus NFP data will be published on Thursday.

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