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NEW WEEK'S REVIEW

A short trading week is expected in the USA due to Thanksgiving

  1. GDP growth data for the 3rd quarter in the USA and Canada

  2. Short trading week in the USA

  3. Preliminary data on inflation in the EU

Last week the main financial instruments were traded in a rather narrow range. Uncertainty in the trade negotiations between the USA and China has a restraining effect on the trades. Most likely, this week the international trade news will remain to be the main influence on the dynamics of the financial market movement.

In the economic calendar, investors will first of all follow a block of important economic statistics from the U.S.: orders for durable goods, preliminary data on GDP growth for the 3rd quarter, the CB consumer confidence index and statistics on sales of new housing.

 Monday, November 25

IFO indexes will be published in Germany

Tuesday, November 26

U.S. consumer confidence indices for November and new home sales are expected to be released

Wednesday, November 27

A large block of economic statistics will be published in the U.S.: data on orders for durable goods, preliminary data on GDP growth in the 3rd quarter, the index of unfinished sales in the real estate market, the report of the Ministry of Energy on oil reserves

Thursday, November 28

In the United States, a day off (Thanksgiving), all trading floors will be closed

Friday, November 29

Day off in the U.S. - early close of trading

Germany publishes a report on the labour market

Preliminary consumer price index data will be presented in Europe

U.S. expected to publish third quarter GDP data

 

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