Key Economic Data For The Currency Market This Week

There are a number of major data sets which could effect the currency markets this week which are listed below. These represent what could be the most important data sets this week but a week with interest rates decisions, Housing data, GDP estimatesĀ and manufacturing numbers for Sterling it could well be another volatile week in the currency markets. In the meantime it looks likely to be a busy week for the US Dollar with some key data due (although with the partial US government shut down these data sets may be delayed) on top of these economic sets there is still the ongoing partial shut down of the US government and also the confirmation of when the Federal Reserve (FED) will start their tappering down of their asset purchasing programme.

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EUR – Gross Domestic Product for Quarter 2

NZD – Business Confidence Figures

GBP – Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors Housing Prices


CHF – Unemployment Figures

CHF – Consumer Price Index

AUD – Consumer Confidence Figures


GBP – Industrial Production Figures

GBP – Manufacturing Production Data

EUR – ECB Monthly Report

USD – Mortgage Applications

GBP – NIESR Gross Domestic Product Estimate

USD – FED Minutes

EUR – President Draghi Speach


AUD – Unemployment Figures

GBP – Bank of England Interest Rate Decision


USD – Producer Price Index

USD – Retail Sales Figures