Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) will reveal Official Cash Rate and make a statement about monetary policy on October 6, 04:00 GMT+3.
Greenback reaches 1-month maximum
On Thursday, the evergreen buck jumped to a more than one-month maximum versus its counterparts, neglecting mostly bearish American economic data as a dive in the UK pound backed market sentiment.
Assessing the greenback’s purchasing potential versus its primary rivals the USD index rallied by 0.32% being worth 96.49.
The US currency was still on track notching its second weekly surge, even as data disclosed weakness in the labor market as well as indications of slowing momentum in business spending prior to the crucial third-quarter American GDP data to be uncovered on Friday.
On Wednesday, the Commerce Department told that core durable products orders surged by 0.1% in September, confounding market experts’ estimate for a 0.5% jump.
While the trends for orders are still upbeat, the signs about business spending were moderate in the report due to the fact capital products orders went down for the second month in a row.
On Thursday, the US Department of Labor informed that initial jobless claims soared by 5,000 reaching a seasonally updated 215,000 for the week by October 20, which is higher than experts’ forecast for a leap to 214,000.
The soft patch for American housing activity declined after the National Association of Realtors’ pending home sales index managed to surge by 0.5% hitting 104.6 in September.
The mostly dismal economic data failed to do a lot to keep a lid on the evergreen buck’s rally following weakness in both the common currency and pound.
The currency pair GBP/USD headed south by 0.5% being worth 1.2818 due to the fact the currency pair struggled to hold early-session profits that had followed news that British Prime Minister Theresa had been asked by members of her Conservative party to have a rest, at least temporarily, and it happens to be a real challenge to her leadership.
EUR/USD sank by 0.30% hitting $1.1358.
USD/JPY ascended by 0.33% showing Y113.62.
United States Institute for Supply Management (ISM) will release services Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) on October 5, 17:00 GMT+3.
Although Jerome Powell’s speech sounded hawkish on Wednesday, September 22, markets did not get scared and the main stock indices got bought back…
The US dollar is heading to close the seventh day in the red as it remains under selling pressure. The US data at 15:30 GMT+3 (jobless claims and Philly Fed Manufacturing Index) may support the greenback if it's strong.
Canada will publish the Retail Sales and Core Retail Sales on October 22, at 15:30 MT time (GMT+3).
The United States will release the weekly Unemployment Claims on October 21, at 15:30 MT time (GMT+3).