We can expect to get the Germany’s Ifo business climate, current conditions and expectations indicators (European session). After that, on Tuesday, we get the US consumer confidence and on Wednesday, we can expect to get the US GDP growth rate, France’s GDP growth rate and Canada’s current account balance (All for Q2).
After that, we can expect to see Germany’s unemployment data and HICP rate and Canada’s GDP growth rate (on Thursday). And finally, on the last day of the week – Friday, we expect to get Japan’s unemployment rate, China’s Mfg PMI, France’s CPI, Euro-zone’s inflation data and Euro-zone’s Unemployment rate.
We get the European preliminary PMI’s and ECB is to publish the account of its last monetary policy meeting (European session).
From the US we get the preliminary PMI’s and the new home sales figure (American session). Also, we get Euro-zone’s preliminary consumer confidence indicator.
Canada is thinking of introducing a safeguard action on seven steel products. Canada’s government will look into the matter in depth and identify any threats and safeguards will be applied. EU announced its own safeguards in July. Also, on Tuesday, Canadian dollar was the top performer.
USD/CAD war dropping (during the European session) and followed up with the same trend (during the US session). The financial data to be released today in the US session could apply more downward pressure for the pair. Anyway, we could see it move lower to the 1.3059 support level and break it aiming for the 1.3034 support barrier. On the other side, we could see it move towards the 1.3091 and even breach it.