The year 2018 is behind us. And, if we were to describe its effect on the global economy in one word, then you’ll probably agree with us that turbulent fits it perfectly just by looking at the facts.
An endlessly ongoing trade war. Cannabis shares surging in price. Cryptocurrencies hitting record lows. A seemingly disjointed UK parliament failing to progress the Brexit negotiations. All these events sent mixed signals to investors and forced them to constantly re-update their portfolios in the hopes of catching up with the racing market trends.
Will the same thing happen in 2019? Let’s find out.
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:
Next week, we expect a shower of market-shifting economic events. Some examples include a Retail Sales m/m report (AUD), Manufacturing PMI report (GBP), and a Trade Balance statement (CAD). Please find the full list of events below.
After a promising report from the week before it seems like we are about to face yet another dry spell on the economic front. Among the most notable events for next week are a GDP m/m report from Canada, a Crude Oil Inventories statement from the USA, and an ANZ Business Confidence.
Compared to our previous report, next week will be brimming with market-shifting meeting events, such as the Monetary Policy Meeting Accounts hosted by the European Central Bank, the Monetary Policy Meeting Minutes in Australia, the FOMC Meeting Minutes in the US, and the Jackson Hole Economic Symposium held in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.