This week there are no central bank meeting scheduled, however, there are a number of moving parts that are expected to keep capital markets on their toes: U.S. and Chinese trade talks, Eurozone GDP, and Middle East aggression.
NAFTA talks resume again in Washington today – it’s a critical period and the U.S. is still pushing a hardline. China trade data will be the market’s focus along with Australia’s annual budget. Here’s what you need to know.
It was another mixed picture overnight, as capital markets digested the weakening dollar and a protectionist push from the U.S. Meanwhile, the market looks for clues on policy-makers’ appetite for rolling back stimulus and thoughts on strengthening EUR currency.
Despite the distraction of a U.S. government shutdown, the focus of capital markets this week will return to the more upbeat message of the global growth upswing and a couple of G7 central banks monetary communications.
Despite markets being closed for Martin Luther King Jr.'s holiday, the U.S. dollar is in trouble and headed for the fourth day of losses against G10 currency pairs. Here are the 5 things you need to know.