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  1. #11
    It's the Fed interest rate decision week

    The Week Ahead: 13-17 December, 2021

    The world's major central banks meet this week. The Federal Reserve's decision will be monitored with great attention by the markets due to the high impliion its decision will have for currencies, stock markets and gold.

    Monday

    Japan's traditional Manufacturers Tankan is scheduled for release. This figure is important for its potential impact on the price of the Japanese Yen.



    Tuesday

    The industrial production of Japan and the eurozone will reveal key information for evaluating the evolution of the economy of these countries. Also, the United States Production Price Index (PPI) could be considered by traders of North American stock and currencies, as it is an important measure for inflation levels.



    Wednesday

    In addition to important data such as UK's and Canada's inflation data and US retail sales, today is especially significant because we will know Fed's decision. Undoubtedly, it will be a day with considerable movements in all assets, from stock indices to the US dollar and through commodities and gold.



    Thursday

    The Bank of England and the European Central Bank will meet. Although no changes in their monetary policy are expected, the statements of both banks could be relevant and could influence the price of the euro and the pound.



    Friday

    In addition to another meeting of an important central bank such as Japan's, the last day of the week will show us how inflation evolves in Europe, focusing on the German IFO index that may impact the European indices and the euro.



    The volatile nature of the financial markets may cause a change in the scheduling, and/or the forecasts for economic events, indiors, earnings reports. Due to external factors which are beyond reach, CAPEX.com cannot be held accountable for any losses incurred due to complete or partial reliance on this calendar.

    Calendar Sources: investing.com, fxstreet.com

  2. #12
    Tomorrow, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics will release the highly-anticipated NFP report for January 2022.

    This is big news for investors worldwide as it has the potential to seriously impact the financial markets.

    Check out the Market Movement that comes with the NFP!

    - The NFP report reflects the overall health of the American economy and has a strong impact on a broad range of assets such as:

    - Major Forex Currency Pairs tied to the US Dollar

    - US Stocks and Indices - directly correlated to the Dollar’s strength

    - Gold and Oil, as they tend to respond to the USD’s volatility

    Join in on the action

  3. #13
    The Week Ahead: 14-18 February, 2022


    Inflation data from China, the United Kingdom, and Canada will be published this week. Also, the fourth-quarter results for some of the biggest US companies.

    Monday

    The week begins with the publiion of Bundesbank's monthly report, which is particularly important when interest rate hikes are in focus in Europe.



    Tuesday

    The German ZEW Economic Sentiment Index and the Eurozone GDP are important figures that can affect the Euro price and also the evolution of European stock indices. Airbnb will announce 2021 Q4 earnings.



    Wednesday

    Inflation will be the focus of stock index, bond, and currency traders. The CPIs for China, the UK, and Canada will be published and closely monitored by the market. Moreover, technology companies NVIDIA and CISCO will reveal their quarterly results.



    Thursday

    Australian employment data and the US Philadelphia Fed manufacturing index will be released. The results will be closely monitored by Australian Dollar and US Dollar traders.



    Friday

    The retail sales of the United Kingdom and Canada are very relevant for assessing the evolution of their respective economies. Retail Sales impact currency prices.



    The volatile nature of the financial markets may cause a change in the scheduling, and/or the forecasts for economic events, indiors, earnings reports. Due to external factors which are beyond reach, CAPEX.com cannot be held accountable for any losses incurred due to complete or partial reliance on this calendar.

    Calendar Sources: investing.com, fxstreet.com

  4. #14
    The Week Ahead: 21-25 February

    The market is waiting to find out Federal Reserve’s next decision. This week, relevant data that can influence this decision will be published, including personal consumption expenditure. In addition, earnings season continues for major US companies.

    Monday

    The manufacturing PMIs for Germany and the Eurozone will be released and followed with interest by Euro and European indices traders.



    Tuesday

    The German IFO and the US consumer confidence are relevant data for the currency and stock markets.



    Wednesday

    The Central Bank of New Zealand was a pioneer in initiating interest rate hikes. Its decision will be watched closely by traders. In addition, inflation in the Eurozone will be published, now that the market's interest in the ECB's decision on its monetary policy is high.



    Thursday

    The Q4 GDP figure for the USA will provide information on the evolution of the country’s economy. This is relevant for the price of the American stock markets and the US Dollar.



    Friday

    The FED prefers the personal consumption expenditure figure to gauge inflation. It will undoubtedly impact the price of treasury bonds, indices, and the US Dollar.



    The volatile nature of the financial markets may cause a change in the scheduling, and/or the forecasts for economic events, indiors, earnings reports. Due to external factors which are beyond reach, CAPEX.com cannot be held accountable for any losses incurred due to complete or partial reliance on this calendar.

    Calendar Sources: investing.com, fxstreet.com

  5. #15
    By how much will the Fed raise interest rates?

    Two major central banks meet this week: the US Federal Reserve and the Bank of England. Both could raise interest rates, potentially impacting the stock and currency markets.

    Monday

    The foreign direct investments in China scheduled for publishing might give us useful clues for assessing the strength of the second economic power in the world.



    Tuesday

    The British employment data and the German ZEW economic sentiment index could influence the British Pound & the Euro price, plus Great Britain's and Germany's stock market indices.



    Wednesday

    The Federal Reserve may make an important decision to raise interest rates for the first time in years. If this occurs, it could directly affect the Dollar price and the US stock market indices.



    Thursday

    The crucial CPI for the European Union will be announced as an important figure closely followed by Euro and European stock indices traders. Moreover, the Bank of England could change interest rates, potentially impacting the Pound.



    Friday

    The week will end with the European trade balance and Canadian retail sales.



    The volatile nature of the financial markets may cause a change in the scheduling, and/or the forecasts for economic events, indiors, earnings reports. Due to external factors which are beyond reach, CAPEX.com cannot be held accountable for any losses incurred due to complete or partial reliance on this calendar.

    Calendar Sources: investing.com, fxstreet.com

  6. #16
    The Week Ahead: 28 March - 1 April, 2022

    The US employment figures will be revealed this week. This data is viewed as important due to its potential impact on the market. Of great importance are also the leading indiors, such as the PMIs of the biggest global economies.

    Monday

    The US publishes the trade balance, data that traditionally influences the price of the US Dollar.



    Tuesday

    The JOLT's Jobs Opening is one of the major American labour market metrics. It is relevant to take into consideration as it suggests to the evolution of employment.



    Wednesday

    Euro traders will closely watch the German CPI. In the US, the GDP and ADP figures will be released. These figures are particularly relevant as they can be considered the backbone for Friday's Non-Farm Payrolls announcement.



    Thursday

    The Chinese manufacturing PMI indior is a good barometer of the global economy' health, influencing stock indices trading. The data preferred by the Fed as a measure of inflation, the PCE, will be announced, having a high impact on the bond' prices, stock markets, and US currency.



    Friday

    In addition to important leading indiors from Japan, China, and the UK, the long-awaited by traders Non-Farm Payroll data will be released. As always, it will be a factor of volatility in the market.



    The volatile nature of the financial markets may cause a change in the scheduling, and/or the forecasts for economic events, indiors, earnings reports. Due to external factors which are beyond reach, CAPEX.com cannot be held accountable for any losses incurred due to complete or partial reliance on this calendar.

    Calendar Sources: investing.com, fxstreet.com

  7. #17
    The earnings season kicks off!

    The CPIs for China, the United States, the United Kingdom, and also central bank meetings such as the ECB will mark the market's schedule this week. Quarterly earnings results of the largest American banks will also be published.

    Monday

    China's CPI data is relevant as it may affect the global economy and, therefore, be closely watched by the stock market and fixed-income traders.



    Tuesday

    Inflation is in focus. The US CPI will be published, and it is expected to impact the foreign exchange market and the North American indices.



    Wednesday

    The Central Banks of New Zealand, and Canada will decide on interest rates. The currencies of these two commodity-exporting countries may be affected by the outcome of the meetings.



    Thursday

    The most important event will be the ECB meeting. The main focus will be put on president Lagarde's speech, as she may give clues about future monetary policy decisions. Euro traders will be watching closely for these statements.



    Friday

    Good Friday is a holiday in most Christian countries, but two important figures will still be announced in the United States. These could affect the fixed income market and stock indices.


  8. #18
    It's time for Tesla, Netflix, and many more earnings reports!

    We are entering the earnings season with prominent companies like Netflix, Tesla, and Bank of America up next in line to release their reports. The Chinese GDP and the manufacturing PMIs of Europe and the United States will also be published.

    Tuesday

    US real estate data will be released today, and companies like J&J and Netflix will announce their quarterly earnings.



    Wednesday

    Canadian Dollar traders will closely watch the Canadian CPI. Moreover, one of the largest North American companies – TESLA – will publish the results.



    Thursday

    The Eurozone CPI is an important metric for Euro and European indices traders. At the same time, the Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Index is a good indior of the US economy, closely monitored by US Dollar traders.



    Friday

    The manufacturing PMIs for Europe and the United States are the most relevant figures for the last day of the week. Earnings release are expected from Verizon and American Express.



    The volatile nature of the financial markets may cause a change in the scheduling, and/or the forecasts for economic events, indiors, earnings reports. Due to external factors which are beyond reach, CAPEX.com cannot be held accountable for any losses incurred due to complete or partial reliance on this calendar.

    Calendar Sources: investing.com, fxstreet.com

  9. #19
    Tech companies in the spotlight this week!

    The Week Ahead: 25-29 April, 2022


    The week brings inflation figures for the leading global economies, as the most relevant readings in the market. Moreover, the earnings reports of the major US tech companies will be in the spotlight.

    Monday

    The German IFO Business Climate data will show the state of the German economy, and it will have an impact on the DAX and the Euro. Coca-Cola presents Q1 earnings.



    Tuesday

    In addition to the important data on the US consumer confidence, the earnings of some of the largest American companies, Microsoft, and Alphabet, will be released. Stock markets traders will closely follow the figures.



    Wednesday

    The Australian CPI will be published - very important at the moment – experts say it could have a huge influence on the AUD price. Tech behemoth, Meta Platforms (formerly Facebook), will post earnings.



    Thursday

    Apple, and Amazon’s quarterly earnings will be released and will undoubtedly directly affect the North American markets. We will also know how the US GDP has evolved in the first quarter - an important figure for the USD price and Treasury Bonds values.



    Friday

    The European CPI will give us clues about what the future steps of the ECB might be. The US Personal Consumption Expenditure data, preferred by the Fed as a gauge for inflation, will affect interest rates and US indices. It is the turn of the oil companies - Exxon and Chevron - to publish earnings.



    The volatile nature of the financial markets may cause a change in the scheduling, and/or the forecasts for economic events, indiors, earnings reports. Due to external factors which are beyond reach, CAPEX.com cannot be held accountable for any losses incurred due to complete or partial reliance on this calendar.

    Calendar Sources: investing.com, fxstreet.com

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