The US dollar was almost flat last week , It declined a little bit against EURO , JPY , CHF , rose against GBP , CAD , and was neutral against AUD and NZD….
This week focus will be on US non-farm payrolls , there’s a high opportunity that US dollar will resume its upward trend , anyway , let’s highlight the most critical events which may influence currency market :
Monday, Mar 30 2015
- Japan will release data on industrial production.
- Germany will release data on consumer price inflation.
- Spain will also release data on consumer price inflation.
- Switzerland will publish its KOF economic barometer.
- The U.K. will produce data on net lending.
- Canada will release data on raw material price inflation.
- The U.S. will release reports on personal spending as well as data on pending home sales.
Tuesday, Mar 31 2015
- New Zealand will produce reports on building consents and business confidence.
- Japan will publish a report on average cash earnings.
- The euro zone will release data on consumer inflation and the monthly employment report.
- Germany will publish reports on retail sales and the unemployment rate.
- The U.K. will produce data on the current account.
- Canada will publish its monthly report on gross domestic product.
- The U.S.will release data on consumer confidence.
Wednesday, Apr 01 2015
- Japan will publish the results of the Tankan manufacturing and non-manufacturing indexes.
- Australia will release data on building approvals.
- China release data on Manufacturing PMI as well as data on HSBC Manufacturing PMI.
- Germany Will release data on its Manufacturing PMI.
- The U.K. Will release data on its Manufacturing PMI.
- The U.S.will release the ADP nonfarm payrolls report, followed by data on ISM Manufacturing PMI.
Thursday, Apr 02 2015
- Australia will release data on the trade balance.
- The U.K. will release data on Construction PMI.
- The U.S will release its weekly report on initial jobless claims, as well as data on the trade balance followed by data on factory orders.
- Canada will release a report on its trade balance.
Friday, April 03 2015
- Markets will be closed for the Good Friday holiday ; in Australia, New Zealand, Europe, the U.K., U.S. and Canada.
- The U.S. will release the high importance report on non-farm payrolls, the unemployment rate and average earnings.
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