Last week we had the BoE, The Fed, and ECB interest rates announcements to focus on, with no interest rate changes made. However, we heard some interesting rhetoric and clues as to the winding up of monetary policy, with the US moving at lightspeed, the UK taking a slightly slower approach to winding back support, and the ECB taking the exact opposite side table.
We have US durable goods and manufacturing PMI numbers, UK GDP, core inflation data from the Eurozone, and Chinese PMI data taking center stage this coming week. These events will bring volatility to the USD, GBP, EUR, and CNY pairings, respectively.
|1:30 PM||US durable goods orders|
|7:00 AM||German GfK consumer confidence|
|3:00 PM||US consumer confidence|
|2:00 AM||China mfg PMI|
|7:00 AM||UK GDP|
|10:00 AM||eurozone CPI|