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Forex Trading Ideas For 13 April 2017
Trading Ideas for 13 Apr 2017
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Amazing Trader EVENT RISK Calendar:
13 Apr Thu
01:30 AU- Employment
12:30 US- PPI
12:30 US- Weekly Jobless
14:00 US- Univ of Mich (prelim)
14 Apr Fri
00:00 Good Friday Bank Holidays
12:30 US- Retail Sales
12:30 US- CPI
Items likely to drive FX rates:
- Wednesday was another subdued trading session. One highlight was the meeting between the U.S. and Russian Forein Secretaries. Based on the exchanges in the post-meeting press conference the, two did not found much common ground. Also concerns about Syria and North Korea continue to simmer in the background.
- BOE strong employment data were mixed, while Bank of Canada kept key rates steady, as expected.
- EVENT RISK- Thu Apr 13
01:30 AU- Employment- Key data for RBA strong reaction possible.
12:30 US- PPI part of the inflation picture.
14:00 US- University of Michigan Survey (preliminary).
- EVENT RISK- Fri Apr 14
00:00 Good Friday Bank Holidays.
12:30 US- Retail Sales- Economy driven by consumption.
12:30 US- CPI- Fed targets inflation.
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