This week will see some key activity, with central bank testimony from the ECB and the Bank of England, as well as important data releases primarily concerning the British Pound and the crucial Brexit vote, and G20 meetings at the end of the week on Thursday and Friday.
The market is likely to be most active on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Monday is a public holiday in Japan.
It will be a relatively quiet week for the U.S. Dollar with activity only on Tuesday with a release of PPI data.
It will be a very important week for the British Pound. On Tuesday the British Parliament will vote on whether to approve the EU’s Brexit deal offer. Wednesday will bring the release of GDP CPI (inflation) data and testimony before Parliament by the Governor of the Bank of England. Finally, on Friday we will get Retail Sales numbers.
It will be a potentially important week but slow week for the Euro, with nothing due except the President of the ECB’s testimony before Parliament on the ECB’ Annual Report on Tuesday.
It will be a potentially important week but slow week for the Loonie, with nothing due except CPI data on Friday.
It will be a quiet week for the Yen, with nothing due except the Governor of the Bank of Japan’s speech at the G20 meeting on Thursday.