This week brings us key indicators of the US economy performance and more developments in the Brexit environment
The Federal Open Market Committee will publish a rate statement and announce an official rate at 20:00 MT on October 30.
Quiet market ahead of the big week
GfK and Ifo indicating steady sideways movement, market reacting with modest bullish direction.
The reports that the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson would table a motion for general election pulled the British pound down.
The start of the US trading session has been positive for traders of Tesla and Microsoft.
The market is awaiting the ECB monetary policy statement
According to yesterday’s news OPEC is considering further production cuts. The next meeting of oil-producing countries is scheduled for December 5-6. The announcement pushed the oil prices up yesterday.
The endless Brexit loop continues to intrigue traders.
The European Central Bank will release its monetary policy statement and announce an official rate at 14:45 MT on October 24.
The opportunities for the CAD and the GBP for the second day in a row
Today, the election in Canada will determine whether the Liberal Party Prime Minister Justin Trudeau or the Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer will lead the government…