Day ahead in the FX markets

 
on July 14 2013 5:36 PM
US Dollar Currency
Reuters

Summary of key events likely to affect trading in the foreign exchange markets.

This is summary of key events likely to affect trading in the foreign exchange markets on Monday, July 15.

N/A - ECB'S ASMUSSEN SPEAKS, Scherwin, Germany European Central Bank Executive Board member Joerg Asmussen speaks on perspectives for European economic and fiscal policy at Schwerin Chamber of Commerce.

0715 - SWISS PRODUCER PRICES FOR JUNE Forecast to show a reading of 0.0 percent from a month ago, compared with a drop of 0.3 percent, prior. For the year, prices are forecast to rise 0.2 percent, compared with a decline of 0.2 percent prior.

1230 - NEW YORK FED EMPIRE STATE SURVEY FOR JULY New York Federal Reserve releases its Empire State Manufacturing Survey for July.

1230 - U.S. RETAIL SALES FOR JUNE Commerce Dept releases June retail sales. Excluding automobiles, sales are expected to 0.4 percent rise versus a 0.3 percent May increase.

1230 - FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD GOVERNOR TARULLO SPEAKS, Washington Federal Reserve Board Governor Daniel Tarullo speaks on "Regulatory Reform before the "Morning Money" briefing hosted by Politico.

1400 - U.S. BUSINESS INVESTORS FOR MAY Commerce Dept issues Business Inventories for May.

2245 - NEW ZEALAND CPI FOR Q2 The consumers price index for Q2 is expected to rise 0.8 percent from a year earlier, compared to a rise of 0.9 percent in Q1. The consumers price index for Q2 is expected to rise 0.3 percent compared to a 0.4 percent rise in the previous quarter.

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