Monthly Archives: July 2017
A busy night for markets, dominated by a central bank meeting from the US. In the early hours of tomorrow morning, the board of the Fed Reserve meets to decide whether to change interest rates or leave them on hold.
A relatively busy Monday as far as announcements go, with most of the focus centred around Europe. There is a host of data set for publication from Europe. This data includes: European, German & French Flash Services PMIs, European, German
Plenty of data releases tonight and leading into the weekend, with most information coming out of the US. Among the host of data that is emanating from the US, the CPI and Retail Sales figures are the most significant for
A rather quiet day for announcements sees markets look towards events in the US. Janet Yellen is again set to front the Senate Banking Committee to give testimony on the Semiannual Monetary Policy Report. This gives politicians a chance to
With the Independence Day holiday in the US and a somewhat quiet day in Europe and the UK, attention turns to the Australia. Later today, Australia’s central bank, the RBA, meets to decide its interest rates. As of late, these