These Releases Can Affect Dollar Index - Fed Releases Interest Rate Decision And EIA Presents Crude Oil Inventories

These Releases Can Affect Dollar Index - Fed Releases Interest Rate Decision And EIA Presents Crude Oil Inventories

In the following week: Great Britain, Germany, USA, Canada, Australia, Japan, Russia… - these countries have their economic indicators presented. What’s mostly interesting?

Tuesday

Australia and China

At 0.30 a.m. RBA Release Meeting Minutes, At 2 a.m. Chinese Industrial Production (YoY) goes public.

Great Britain

In the morning, five hours later, British Average Earnings Index +Bonus is presented. Previously it amounted to 4.3%. At the same time (7 a.m.) Claimant Count Change is released. Would it increase?

Germany

Germans will sleep a bit longer – ZEW Economic Sentiment is released at 10 a.m. and previously amounted to 54.3

USA

The awaited release of the day is US PPI (MoM), which previously hit 1.0%

Wednesday

USA

Wednesday is a kind of continuation of the Tuesday’s afternoon as the whole day is full of US releases. We begin with Core Retail Sales (MoM) (3.3%) followed by Retail Sales (MoM) (3.8%) and Crude Oil Inventories. In the evening Fed will finally publish Interest Rate Decision, which previously hit 0.25%.

Canada and New Zealand

Canadian Core CPI is released at 12:30 p.m. New Zealand’s GDP goes public late in the afternoon.

Thursday

Australia and Great Britain

At 0:30 a.m. Australians get to know Employment Change (12.9K). In the midday BoE releases its Interest Rate Decision – previous one amounted to 0.50%

The EU and the USA

On Thursday European Markets investors should follow ECB President Lagarde testimony and release of EU CPI (YoY) (prev. 5.8%)

What to follow in the USA? Building Permits, Initial Jobless Claims And Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Index

Friday

Japan

As monetary policy are released around the world in the following week, BoJ presents its Statement as well.

Russia

It’s interesting what will be the Interest Rate of Russian Central Bank as it remains conflicted with Ukraine and sanctions affect the country’s economy

Canada

Core Retail Sales (MoM) and US Existing Home Sales are latter indicators to be showed the following week.

Source: Investing.com

Time: GMT

Mikołaj Marcinowski

Mikołaj Marcinowski

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