Could the upcoming week be the one where we finally get to know the UK parliament’s stance regarding Brexit? We’re about to see.
In the meantime, we invite you to check our full report below to ensure that you won’t forget about the other noteworthy events brewing on the horizon, like the upcoming G20 meetings and a PPI m/m report coming from the US.
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.
Incredibly low interest rates over the past decade. Surging debts on a global scale. Escalating trade tensions between leading economic powers. Extreme currency volatility.
These are all troublesome signals that immediately raise red flags in everyone’s minds about an impending financial crisis. And rightfully so since, if history has taught us anything, it’s that the markets go through repeated economic cycles of expansions and contractions.
But while most of us can sense that an economic downturn is probably coming, trying to come up with an accurate market downturn prediction can be a real brain-twister. With that said, what makes a market crash so notoriously difficult to predict in spite of all the “obvious” clues?
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: