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Next week investors will closely follow the publication of ECB, Fed and RBA protocols.

  1. Minutes of the RBA, FOMC and ECB meetings

  2. Japan GDP figures

  3. EU inflation report

News of the deadly coronavirus strain continue to have the strongest impact on financial markets. Chinese authorities are unable to localize the hot spots of the disease spread. Experts are lowering their expectations on the pace of development of the Chinese and other countries' economies. Most likely, the impact of these news on the market will remain quite strong in the upcoming week.

In the economic calendar, investors will pay main attention to the publication of the last meetings on monetary policy of the Reserve Bank of Australia minutes, the Federal Reserve and the ECB. Also the data on Japanese GDP for the 4th quarter of 2019 and the EU inflation report may have a strong impact on trading.


Monday, February 17

In the United States, it's President’s day

A day-off in Canada - Family Day  

4th quarter GDP data for Japan

Tuesday, February 18

The Reserve Bank of Australia will publish the minutes of its last monetary policy meeting

The United Kingdom will publish a report on the labour market

ZEW institute indexes for Germany

Wednesday, February 19

Consumer Price Index in UK

The US will publish data on the number of construction permits issued and the producer price index

Canada will present its consumer price index for January

Publication of FOMC protocols  

Thursday, February 20

Australia will publish labour market data

UK to release January retail sales report

ECB to publish minutes of monetary policy meeting

The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia indexes will be published in the US

Friday, February 21

EU, UK and USA will publish preliminary data on PMI for manufacturing and services sectors

In Canada, December's retail sales report is expected to be released

Sales data on the secondary housing market will be presented in the USA


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