Today’s other economic highlights (03/15/2018)

In the European session, from France we get the final CPI (EU Norm.) rate for February and from Switzerland SNB’s interest rate decision. The bank is expected to remain on hold at -0.75% and CHF OIS imply that the market has priced in such a scenario by 96.32%. Also in the European day we get Norge Bank’s interest rate decision which is also expected to remain on hold at a +0.50% deposit rate. In the North American session we get the Philly Fed Business Index for March and from Canada we get the ADP Non-Farm Employment Change for February.

Economic highlights for today (2/7/2018)

During the European morning, we get Germany’s Industrial Output for December and past week’s US Crude Oil inventories which could move the market. As for speakers, ECB Board member Lautenschlager, Dallas Fed president Kaplan and FOMC members Dudley and Evans speak. Please also note that the ECB Governing Council is to hold a meeting today and a press conference will follow.

 

Economic highlights for today (2/6/2018)

During the European morning, we get Germany’s industrial orders for December and later on New Zealand’smilk auction data, US and Canada’s Trade balance for December, as well as Canada’s Ivey PMI for January. Last but not least we get New Zealand’sUnemployment rate which could move the NZD as the release is one day ahead of RBNZ’s interest rate decision.