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Week Ahead: More CB intervention? Plus, RBA, RBNZ, OPEC+, and NFP

Markets will be waiting on pin and needles this week to see which central bank may be the next to intervene.

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September 30, 2022 08:08 PM
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Earnings This Week: Tilray, Tesco and Wetherspoons

Find out what to expect from this week's earnings calendar.

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AUDUSD vulnerable ahead of this weeks RBA communique

Last week's extended and deeper COVID lockdowns saw the Australian Government roughly double its support for the economy to over $1B a week.

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August 2, 2021 09:25 PM

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Week Ahead: Coronavirus Contagion in Focus

The main focus is going to unfortunately be on the cononavirus.

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Week Ahead: More Downside for the Euro?

Often, when price fails to breakout of one side, it tries to retest the other side.

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Week Ahead: Have We Seen the Top in Coronavirus Cases?

Has the rate of increase topped on newly discovered Coronavirus cases?

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RBA Preview: Will They Cut?

The RBA meets tomorrow and the market expects the Central Bank to leave rates unchanged.

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Week Ahead: Coronavirus, FOMC, BOE, and Brexit

On the opening next week, the focus will likely continue to be the Coronavirus.

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Week Ahead: Now that US-China Trade Deal is Signed, What’s Next?

The markets next week are likely to focus once again on macro-economic data.

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January 19, 2020 11:27 AM

Week Ahead: Will there be more Middle East drama?

Going into the weekend, some market participants will be wondering whether more Middle East drama will unfold over the next couple of days, and if so, what might that mean for their open positions.

Week Ahead: Beginning of End of Trade War and Brexit?

Economic data will be winding down as year-end approaches, although there are still a few important events scheduled for next week.

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December 13, 2019 12:47 PM

The Week Ahead: Central Bank Meetings and NFP

RBA and BOC hold meeting, AU release GDP and NFP is on Friday for US and Canada

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August 31, 2019 04:25 AM

The Week Ahead: G7 and Jackson Hole wind down, US GDP and German IFO

A look at what's on the radar for traders next week.

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August 24, 2019 03:53 AM

FTSE starts the week on a lower note as China tariffs kick in

The FTSE and other major European indices are heading lower at the start of the week despite a flurry of activity in the M&A market.

FTSE struggles as trade war takes another step

European indices opened the day very cautiously, the FTSE trading just below the flat line, but the DAX and the CAC started powering higher in early trade, ignoring the escalation of the Sino-US tariff dispute.

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Trade war fears weigh on markets

The FTSE had a slightly choppy day, with a mid-morning recovery cut short by the US markets starting to slide as US-China tensions escalated again.

FTSE rallies as market suffers whiplash from UK politics

The FTSE rallied on Friday but a look back at the past week shows the index has barely nudged higher than where it started.

FTSE barely changed ahead of three key central bank meetings

The FTSE and other European indices have moved very little on opening as the markets brace for three key central bank meetings.

FTSE trades higher despite trade and political tensions

Having started the day with its head barely above water the FTSE performed a U-turn and rallied nearly 0.67% during the afternoon trading.

FTSE close to the flat line as China seeks sanctions against the US

The FTSE opened the morning trading session up 0.1%, just about holding above the red line as trade tensions between the US and Asian countries take a turn for the worse.