August is upon us and, with it, a wealth of information for traders worldwide. Next week, make sure to make room in your schedule for a GDP m/m report from the UK, an unemployment rate report from Canada, a Monetary Policy statement by the Reserve Bank of Australia, a crude oil report from the US, and other notable events.
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Unbothered in the least by the scorching August heat, the global markets are set to reach peak performance next week. Top events include detailed GDP m/m report from Canada, Monetary Policy Statement from Japan, FOMC Statement from the US, speech by Bank of England’s Gov Carney and more.
An ECB Press Conference, a CPI quarter over quarter report from Australia, and an advance GDP quarter over quarter report from USA are just some of the many significant events that next week promises to bring. Take a look at the full list of events below to give yourself enough time to adjust your trading strategy accordingly.
The upcoming World Cup final between France and Croatia has everyone biting their toes. Still, traders and investors are advised to keep tabs on the market as next week promises a GDP q/y report from China, a m/m sales report from the UK, a Monetary Policy Meeting Minutes event from Australia, and more.
If you are itching to put your trading skills to good use, you will be happy to learn next week’s events will be in no short supply. Upcoming are a detailed rate statement from the Bank of Canada, a speech by gov. Carney, a m/m CPI report from the US and a m/m GDP report from the UK, and much more.
Recent OPEC developments have awaken the stock market from its brief World Cup slumber, and its gears are now turning at full speed. The main highlights for next week include a speech by BOE Gov Carney, a retail sales (m/m/) report from Australia, a FOMC meeting, an employment change report from Canada, and more.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup has once more taken the trading world by storm, shifting the attention of both traders and investors away from their detailed charts and to their HDTV screens.
Some of the major market-shifting events for the upcoming week include speeches delivered by the president of ECB and those of other central banks, a q/q GDP release from New Zealand and an m/m GDP release from Canada, a monthly monetary policy summary from the Bank of England, and more.