fx week ahead

After a rather volatile week, especially since Wednesday and the continued narrative of the Italian political crisis, the week ahead will see investors turning their attention back to the fundamentals. The U.S. dollar takes a back seat this week with no major market moving events lined up. A big week is in store for the Australian dollar whic...

2018-06-04 John Benjamin Read more
May Fed and RBA Meetings

The economic calendar for the week ahead is expected to push ahead with full steam. With the start of a new trading month, a number of economic releases are expected over the week. Among the number of economic releases, the May Fed and RBA Meetings about monetary policy are lined up this week. While no changes are expected from both the central ...

2018-04-30 John Benjamin Read more
US Dollar bill

The markets open a new trading week and a fresh quarter. The focus will be on the monthly economic reports and indicators. Data from the US will be dominating the newswires, for the most part, this week. Among the central bank meetings, the RBA's meeting is coming up this week, and no changes to interest rates are expected. From the Eurozone, ...

2017-10-22 John Benjamin Read more
US Flag_Department of Commerce

The week ahead will mark the start of a new trading month. With the summer period kicking in, trading is expected to remain subdued. Still, the week ahead is packed with a list of tier-one economic data that will no doubt keep the markets busy. The Bank of England and the Reserve Bank of Australia will be holding their monetary policy meetings...

2017-07-31 John Benjamin Read more

The markets will be looking to a busy week as a fresh economic report for the month of April dominates the headlines, for the most part, this coming week. On Monday, most of the markets are closed on account of the Labor Day holiday. The pace of the economic releases picks up with the data from the U.S. standing out. This week will see key econ...

2017-05-01 John Benjamin Read more
RBA

Following the hawkish rhetoric from Fed officials last week, the markets will be prepared for this Friday's payrolls report, which could cement expectations for a March rate hike which is already looking like a done deal. Besides the Friday's payrolls report, Canada will also be reporting on its jobs. The ECB and the RBA will be meeting this wee...

2017-03-06 John Benjamin Read more