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:
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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 upcoming week is shaping up to be exciting to both traders and investors alike, promising events like a Libor Rate Statement (CHF), a Monetary Policy Statement (JPY), a quarter over quarter GDP report (NZD)… and the list keeps on going.
While the variety of trading news for the upcoming week pales in comparison with our last overview, there is still enough material to keep a traders around the globe interested. Some notable mentions include m/m Retail Sales Reports from the US and the UK, a CPI m/m report from Canada, a speech given by RBA Gov Lowe and more.
Weekly Overview (23 – 27 July 2018): European shares traded high despite geopolitical tension between EU and US
European shares bravely flew into the Great Trade War hurricane and perplexed analysts by coming out unscathed, trading high in early trading last Thursday.
In the last few months, the markets have been counting on the European Central Bank and the US Federal Reserve joining forces to initiate a long process of monetary policy normalisation.
Markets worldwide were shaken by the growing tensions between the United States and North Korea last week.