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Key delayed U.S. Employment data are due.
|Key delayed U.S. Employment data are due.|
22 October 2013 00:00 gmt
| CALENDAR: North America: CA- Retail Sales US- Employment, Richmond Fed. Natural Gas|
||U.S. 2.60% -1bp
||Bund 1.84% -1bp
||Europe: Mixed |
||JGB 0.62% -1bp
||Asia Close Mixed|
HIGH IMPACT ITEMS: US- Employment CA- Retail Sales
- A delayed September Employment report is due on the NY open. These data are late but are not stale. The street consensus is for an increase in non-farm payrolls of 180K, although there has been chatter about a gain in excess of 200K.The October employment will released on November 8. Canadian August retail Sales data are due as well.
- The government shutdown has been another fiscal drag on a soft economy. Key data needed for Fed policy decisions have been delayed as well. Even the more hawkish Fed members say it will be difficult to make any major policy decisions at the upcoming October 30 FOMC. So Fed "tapering" is on hold for a while longer.
- Other major data highlights this week include Australian CPI, BOE Minutes and a Bank of Canada decision Wednesday, assorted Flash PMI reports and U.S. weekly Jobless claims Thursday. Friday sees the German IFo data, UK preliminary GDP, and final University of Michigan data.
- For additional key items and more detail (dates, times, data estimates), be sure to reference our Economic Calendar . See the FOREX FORUM for latest key data and charts as they are released.
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John M. Bland, an author and a founding partner of Global-View.com, has been a corporate FX consultant for a major N.Y. bank, a forex trader for a major N.Y. institution, and an FX analyst for a blue chip Fed watching service.. John has an MBA in International Finance and an A.B. in Economics from the University of California at Berkeley.
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