Markets never sleep! Let’s be prepared for a beautiful trading experience by looking at the most important news of Tuesday!
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The first week of November promises to be eventful, as we have the Fed meeting, the BOE update, and the NFP release. Read more details here.
A new week will be interesting as we await Central Banks Meetings, more earnings reports, and NFP. Let's review the main headlines for this Monday as we prepare for volatile days ahead!
China delays GDP data because of potentially harmful numbers, but we will never delay our news because every release is an opportunity to trade on it! Here’s what will move markets today:
The UK Office for National Statistics will publish its Consumer Price Index (CPI) update on October 19 at 09:00 GMT+3, and Statistics Canada will release the Consumer Price Index (CPI) on October 19 at 15:30 GMT+3.
Bloomberg says yesterday’s movement was so far the wildest. It was the first time in history for the US500 to crash by 2% and close the day 2.8% above the neutral line. There’re several possible reasons for the move.
Yesterday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released a higher-than-expected Producer Price Index with 0.2% m/m growth in September, meaning producers are still raising prices for goods and services.
As Europe moves into recession, next week may provide us with some amazing trading opportunities. Here they are!
Main news that will drive the market in the upcoming week include CB Consumer Confidence Index, Canadian GDP, and US Core PCE Price Index
The Federal Reserve (Fed) will announce its Interest Rate Decision and make a statement about the future monetary policy on Wednesday, September 21, GMT+3. After the higher-than-expected inflation numbers published on September 13, there’s almost no doubt the Federal Reserve will come up with another 75-basis-point rate hike. However, surprised by the CPI numbers, several Fed members announced the possibility of a 100-basis-point rate hike on Wednesday.
Every week we expect many interesting events that can shake the market.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell’s comments on the Jackson Hole Symposium resulted in the worst weekly candle in US500 since June.