In the upcoming week the market attention will be focused on the meetings of three central banks from G7.
Meeting of the Bank of Japan
Meeting of the Bank of Canada
The U.S. and China have signed an interim trade agreement, so a shift of the market focus from geopolitical news to economic news can be expected in the near future. All the more so since we are expecting a rather saturated economic calendar in the coming week.
In addition to published important macroeconomic data, in the coming days there will be meetings of Bank of Canada, ECB and Bank of Japan, which will also present a report on the economic outlook.
Monday, January 20
A day off in the United States - Martin Luther King's Day celebrations
The People's Bank of China will announce an interest rate decision
Tuesday, January 21
Bank of Japan economic outlook report and interest rate decision
The United Kingdom will publish a report on the labour market
Wednesday, January 22
UK to publish retail report for December
Canada to present data on consumer price index for December
The Bank of Canada will announce the interest rate decision and report on monetary policy
In the United States, secondary housing market sales data will be published
Thursday, January 23
Australia to publish labour market report for December
The ECB will hold a session on monetary policy, which will be followed by the speech of the ECB president, Christine Lagarde.
Friday, January 24
A day off in China
New Zealand to publish consumer price index data for 4th quarter 2019
EU, UK and USA will publish preliminary data on PMI of manufacturing and services sector
Canada will publish retail sales data for November