The economic calendar for the week ahead turns somewhat busy with lot of economic reports due from the world's major economies. Kicking off the week, China will be reporting on its quarterly GDP figures. The data comes following last week's strong surge in producer prices. However, with the U.S. trade tariffs uncertainty, the economy is expec...

2018-07-16 John Benjamin Read more

In our weekly video Analysis, Ian Coleman will be looking at what is in store for the FX Majors in the coming week! With the RBA monetary policy meeting, and quarterly GDP figures for the AUD, as well as the CAD jobs report, its looking like a busy FX Week Ahead! [shortcode-variables slug="go2_tradeideas"]

2018-06-04 Ian Coleman Read more
April BoC meeting

The markets are looking towards new trading week, marking the start of the second quarter. The economic calendar is looking busy, at least where the USD is concerned. With Monday being the Easter bank holiday, the European markets are expected to remain shut. US Payrolls and RBA meeting are up. Data from the U.S. will start with the ISM’s man...

2018-04-10 John Benjamin Read more
Theresa May_Brexit_Negotiations_1906

The week looks rather slow as far as economic data is concerned. The only exception being the RBNZ's meeting this week and the Bank of Mexico interest rate decision. On the political side of things, the EU and the UK will kick off Brexit talks starting today, which will be rather interesting. Here's a quick recap of this week's events and what t...

2017-07-26 John Benjamin Read more
FOMC

The week ahead is marked by a fresh trading week for the markets and with it comes a fresh set of economic data. Standing out among a host of economic releases will be the Fed's FOMC meeting minutes from the March meeting and the payrolls report for the month of March. Elsewhere, PMI figures from the Eurozone and the UK will be dominating the he...

2017-04-03 John Benjamin Read more
Federal Reserve_Orbex_Fed

The markets are heading into a crucial week which promises a mix of politics and monetary policies. This week will be marked by central bank meetings from the U.S. Federal Reserve, the Swiss National Bank, the BoJ and Bank of England. From these meetings, the FOMC is widely expected to hike interest rates by 25 basis points. On the political f...

2017-03-13 John Benjamin Read more
Riksbank

Investors will be looking to the monthly inflation reports from across the key economies. In particular, the U.S and the UK’s inflation reports will be under focus as consumer prices stand close to the respective central bank’s target rates. The Eurozone takes a step back as the Fed’s Yellen gives her semi-annual testimony to the U.S. Congress a...

2018-02-14 John Benjamin Read more
UK Supreme Court_Ruling_Brexit

The week ahead will see a continuation to the Brexit storyline as reports confirm that the UK's Supreme Court will be giving its verdict on the High Court decision in November. Elsewhere, Australia and New Zealand will be releasing the quarterly inflation figures while the U.S. and the UK will see the preliminary GDP numbers for the fourth quart...

2017-01-23 John Benjamin Read more