The Bank of England (BoE) will share its Official Bank Rate and make a statement on monetary policy on August 4, 14:00 GMT+3.
Greenback stands still, capped by diving long-term American yields
On Wednesday, the evergreen buck didn’t change against its peers, being capped because US Treasury yields didn’t manage to ascend notwithstanding soaring investor risk appetite in broader financial markets.
Against a basket of six crucial currencies the US dollar index was intact, keeping to 93.941.
Evidently, the US dollar index rebounded from a one-week maximum of 94.165 overnight after a leap triggered earlier this week by a dropping euro stalled because long-term US Treasury yields kept going down.
The US currency was a bit lower at 112.280 yen, having dropped overnight from a peak of 112.705.
On Tuesday, Wall Street equities edged up to record maximums, while Japan's Nikkei N225 ascended back towards 26-year highs.
Meanwhile, the euro dived against its peers in the beginning of the trading week because German Chancellor Angela Merkel's inability to form a three-way "Jamaica coalition" government heavily affected the country's political outlook.
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) will release its interest rates and make a statement on August 2, 7:30 GMT+3.
The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) will update the Federal Funds Rate and make a statement about future monetary policy on July 27 at 21:00 MT.
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The United States will publish the Inflation Rate and Core Inflation Rate, also known as US CPI and Core CPI, on August 10 at 15:30 GMT+3.
The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics will release monthly average hourly earnings, non-farm employment change (NFP), and unemployment rate on August 5, 15:30 GMT+3.