Fundamental analytics


The FOMC meeting will be the highlight of the week

  1. Statistics from China

  2. the Eurozone inflation report

  3. FOMC meeting

  4. Labour market and GDP data for New Zealand

The results of the ECB meeting last week had a significant impact on the dynamics of the financial markets movement. This week all the attention of investors will be focused on the FOMC meeting, where the issues of adjusting the main parameters of monetary policy will be discussed.

News related to trade relations between the U.S. and China can have a comparable influence on the trade. Last week, the parties made concessions and demonstrated their willingness to resume full-fledged negotiations, which increases investors' optimism about the possibility of finalizing a trade agreement soon.  

Monday, September 16

Japan - A day off

China will publish data on industrial production and investment in fixed assets

Tuesday, September 17

Reserve Bank of Australia to publish the report of the last meeting on monetary policy           

Wednesday, September 18

UK and EU to present data on consumer price indices for August

The United States will publish a report on the construction sector

Canada will release inflation data

The Federal Reserve Board will announce the decision on the interest rate and will hold the final FOMC press conference

Thursday, September 19

Australia to release labour market report and GDP data for 2nd quarter

Bank of Japan to present report on monetary policy

A retail sales report will be presented in the UK and the Bank of England monetary policy meeting will be held

US secondary housing market sales data and indices from Philadelphia Federal Reserve will be presented

Friday, September 20th

Canada to release retail sales report for July  


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