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Australia’s January Unemployment Change
We could have some volatility in AUD pairs coming up during the Asian session, as the Australian Bureau of Statistics will be releasing a series of employment data.
UK’s 2018 GDP Falls To The Slowest Pace Since 2012
Britain’s economic growth slowed sharply in the fourth quarter of 2018. The yearly growth was the slowest in six years, as Brexit worries and global trade tensions dampened activity.
GBP Surges Higher On Hopes Of Irish Backstop Solution
The British Pound has been strongly bid over the last 24 hours as the market reacts to reports that Theresa May is close on delivering a Brexit deal.
New Zealand Dairy And PPI
Coming up during the Asians session, we have a couple of pieces of New Zealand macro data that could generate some waves in the currency markets: the bi-monthly dairy price index and PPI data.
RBNZ Keeps Interest Rates Unchanged At 1.75%
The central bank downgraded the OCR projection and was seen to be slightly dovish compared to the previous meeting.
UK Labour Market Remains Strong In Latest Data
Despite the ongoing chaos and uncertainty around Brexit, UK labour market conditions remained firm.
Oil Up On Trade Talk Optimism, Down Again On Chinese Auto Sales
Crude oil traded up to a fresh 2019 high at the start of this week’s session. The move was linked to demand fueled by optimism around the ongoing US/China trade talks.
Risk Assets Rally On US/China Trade Deal Optimism
Following a further round of negotiations in Beijing last week, officials from both sides are due to meet again this week in Washington.
Fed And ECB Meeting Minutes On Tap This Week
Central bank speeches this week will include talks from the Bank of Canada governor, Poloz and the ECB President Mario Draghi.
January Swiss Balance Of Trade
The trade balance is important for any currency. But, in the case of the Swiss, it gets extra attention because the SNB is not shy about supporting exports by affecting the exchange rate.
OPEC Is Trying Its Best
With OPEC currently battling to turn the tide of lower oil prices through a cut in production, the latest industry data from the US will not make happy reading.
UK CPI Hits 12-Month Low
The latest CPI data this week has once again highlighted a loss of momentum in the UK economy.
Carney Warns Of "Economic Shock" From No Deal
Speaking to members of parliament in the UK yesterday, BOE governor Mark Carney delivered a more balanced message than what we have recently heard.
Q4 Japanese GDP
GDP growth in Japan has remained stubbornly below 2.5%, and in most cases below 2.0% for years. A 1.4% annualized growth would be in line with last year, and not a terrible disappointment for the market.
Slowdown Worries Continue To Plague The Eurozone
The Eurozone’s economy got off to a sluggish start in 2019. Latest forward-looking indicators showed as some of the Eurozone’s major economies have seen stagnating growth.
RBNZ Interest Rate Decision And Statement
We could see some volatility in NZD pairs later in the Asian session around what is probably the most important and market-moving event of the month: the RBNZ’s monetary policy decision and subsequent statement.
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