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Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Nov 23 – Nov 27)

In the shortened week ahead of us preliminary PMI data from EU and UK as well as Fed’s preferred inflation measure PCE will be the highlights. Due to the Thanksgiving holiday markets in the US will be closed so liquidity will be lower. We advise you to exercise caution in trading.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Nov 16 – Nov 20)

Consumption data from US and China coupled with preliminary Q3 GDP reading from Japan will be the highlights of the week.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Nov 9 – Nov 13)

After a very eventful week we will have a rather quiet week ahead of us with RBNZ meeting leading the way.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Nov 2 – Nov 6)

US presidential election on Tuesday. This event alone would make most other weeks completely uneventful. On top of that we will have RBA, BOE and Fed meetings as well as NFP to round out the week.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Oct 26 – Oct 30)

ECB, BOJ and BOC meetings, along with preliminary Q3 GDP data from the US and EU will highlight the final week before the US elections.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Oct 19 – Oct 23)

Preliminary PMI data from Europe, talks surrounding Brexit negotiations as well as Q3 GDP reading from China will impact the markets.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Oct 12 – Oct 16)

Consumption data from the US along with Brexit deadline imposed by the UK government on October 15 and EU Leaders Summit will highlight the coming week. Monday is a holiday in the US which will cause lower liquidity in the markets.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Oct 5 – Oct 10)

RBA rate decision followed by FOMC minutes and Canadian employment data will highlight the week from an economic standpoint with markets facing an impact from Brexit and virus-related news.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Sep 14 – Sep 18)

Fed, BOE and BOJ rate decisions accompanied by consumption data from the US and China will be the key economic events while election of Japan’s new prime minister and continuation of Brexit negotiations will dominate the political landscape.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Sep 7 – Sep 11)

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

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