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GVI Forex- Data Outlook for September 1, 2009
HIGHLIGHTS: Tuesday starts an active week of data all the way until the Labor Day break. Tuesday sees the Reserve Bank of Australia policy decision. Many expect the central bank to lay the ground for an October rate hike. The 2Q09 Australia Current Account report is due as well. In Europe, Swiss GDP is due as well. The PMI reports from Switzerland, Eurozone and U.K. are awaited along with a number of other national reports. The Eurozone unemployment rate is also awaited. In North America, the U.S. manufacturing PMI, pending homes sates and construction spending are due. Together they will present a picture of the current state of the economy. TUESDAY:
AU- Current Account- important- Broadest measure of trade. Seen weaker.
AU- RBA Decision- very important- Monetary policy. No rate change seen but hawkish policy statement expected.
CH- GDP- very important- Widest measure of economy. Seen weaker.
CH/EZ/UK- PMI- important- leading indicator of economy. Seen better.
EZ- Unemployment- important- key jobs measure. Seen steady.
US- mfg PMI- important- leading indicator of economy. Seen better.
US- Pending Homes Sales- important- predictor of Existing Homes. Seen better.
US- Construction- important. Key economic metric. Seen weaker.
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