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Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Mar 28 – Apr 2)

The week ahead of us, last week of the Q1, will be dominated by NFP release as well as inflation data from the US and the EU.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Mar 21 – Mar 25)

After a big week that brought more clarity on central bank policies the week ahead of us will be quiet from the economic data standpoint with SNB rate decision, preliminary PMI from the EU and the UK as well as inflation from the UK being the highlights as investors digest central bank’s decisions and prepare to position themselves for Q2.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Mar 14 – Mar 18)

Fed meeting will be front and centre followed by BOE and BOJ meetings, consumption data from the US and China and employment data from the UK and Australia.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Mar 7 – Mar 11)

ECB meeting, inflation data from the US and China as well as GDP data from the UK and Japan will be highlights of the week ahead of us.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Feb 28 – Mar 4)

RBA and BOC meetings are in play with BOC almost certainly raising rates in the week ahead of that will also see preliminary CPI reading from the EU for February. It will all be capped by the NFP on Friday.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Feb 21 – Feb 25)

RBNZ meeting, preliminary PMI data from the EU and the UK coupled with wages data from Australia will dominate the week ahead of us. Monday is a holiday in the US so banks will be closed and liquidity will be thinner.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Feb 14 – Feb 18)

Retail sales from the US and the UK, coupled with inflation data from the UK, China, Canada and Japan along with employment data from the UK and Australia will be the high points of the week.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Feb 7 – Feb 11)

After two highly eventful weeks full of central bank meetings, we will have a quiet week ahead of us dominated by inflation data from the US and Q4 GDP data from the UK, thus leaving investors time to contemplate recent events and formulate their strategies.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Jan 31 – Feb 4)

RBA, BOE and ECB are all meeting in huge week ahead of that will also see NFP on Friday coupled with employment data from Canada. Additionally, we will get preliminary Q4 GDP and January CPI data along with Q4 employment data from New Zealand.

Forex Major Currencies Outlook (Jan 24 – Jan 28)

FOMC and BOC meetings will dominate the week which will also see a preliminary PMI data from the EU, the UK and Japan as well as preliminary Q4 GDP data from the US and inflation data from the US, Australia and New Zealand.

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