Abandon your Christmas shopping cart, grab a cup of coffee, and sit on your favourite couch, because next week is bringing an abundance of market events, including three monetary policy reports by the Federal Reserve, the Bank of Japan, and the Reserve Bank of Australia. Without further ado, let’s take a look at what the fuss is all about.
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The Christmas holidays being just around the corner, yet the recent arrest of the daughter of the CEO of Huawei and the significant setback of some major indices have left the markets in a rather sour mood. That said, there are still many events that every investor should definitely not miss out on, starting with:
- NAB Business Confidence (AUD);
- FED Chair Powell Testifies (USD);
- SNB Press Conference (CHF).
Ready to view the full list of events? Let’s dive right in.
Hello, and welcome to our latest trading news release! Despite the year nearing its end, just a short glance at the list of upcoming events will convince anyone that the markets are not showing signs of slowing down anytime soon.
Here are some of the highlights for December 03-07 that we think will hold your attention hostage:
Hello, and welcome to our latest economic report! From the looks of it, November is poised to exit the 2018 market scene just as energetically as it had made its entrance, promising to bring yet another batch of important (and therefore exciting) economic events for all of us to keep tabs on.
In a nutshell, the hottest events for the 26-30 November interval shape up to be:
Hello, and welcome to our latest edition of trading news preview! Since you’re probably here to learn about next week’s top market highlights, let’s start with that first:
The monetary policy season appears to be over… at least for now. But that doesn’t mean that the markets are standing still.
Au contraire, participants in the global economy should steal some extra time off their busy schedules as they will have to track multiple events at a time, some of which include:
– Year over year Consumer Price Index report (GBP);
– Unemployment rate statement (AUD);
– Month over month core retail sales report (USD).
The monetary policy streak from last week continues as we now expect two more from:
- The Reserve Bank of Australia;
- The Reserve Bank of New Zealand.
A FOMC statement is also included in next week’s markets agenda, as well as a few other notable events, all of which you can view in the detailed report below.
Winter is coming and, with it, some of the busiest 5 days we’ve seen since the heat of summer. For instance, next week is the week when:
– The Bank of Japan will release its monetary policy statement;
– The Bank of England will present a summary of their own monetary policy;
– BOE Gov Carney will hold a speech that could potentially spark volatility.
But we’re nowhere near the end of the list just yet. Discover what else is brewing on the global markets below.