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note the important economic events which will lead to higher volatility in the number of tools. We recommend you to take this information into account in trade.
Tools: USD/CAD, EUR/CAD, GBP/CAD, CAD/CHF, CAD/JPY, USDX.
Event: Underlying consumer price index from the Bank of Canada, yoy (Feb).
date and time: March 22, 2019 at 15:30 GMT.
Previous reading: 1.5%. Forecast: 1.2%.
Why is it important?
the Base consumer price index published by the Bank of Canada and does not include such volatile components as fruit, vegetables, gasoline, fuel oil, natural gas, mortgage interest, intercity transportation and tobacco products. This figure is considered a key indicator of inflation in Canada. Generally, a high data suggest hawkish response from the Bank of Canada and are therefore positive (bullish) for the CAD.
Tools: S&P 500 (ES), DJIA (YM), NASDAQ (NQ), EUR/USD, USD/JPY, and XAUUSD.
Event: Monthly report on the state budget (Feb), USA.
date and time: 22 Mar 2019 21:00 GMT.
the Previous value of 9.0 billion. Forecast: -227.0 billion.
Why is it important?
the budget is published and represents a summary of financial activity by Federal agencies and banks. A positive report strengthens the U.S. dollar, a negative indicates a deficit and weakening USD.
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Overview: oil highs above $68, € marking of about $1.13 14.03.2019 at 12:48
World markets are moving ambiguously in anticipation of a vote for Brexit 14.03.2019 at 11:55
Morning with FXClub: Gold will continue to rise 14.03.2019 at 08:11
The announcement of the main event on March 14 14.03.2019 at 07:24
Cryptocurrencies coming up on the news for Ethereum and XRP 14.03.2019 at 07:09
European investors excited because of confusion with Brexit 14.03.2019 at 06:57