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Amazing Trader Ideas For 12 July 2017
Amazing Trader EVENT RISK Calendar:
Wed 12 Jul
08:30 GB- Employment
14:00 CA- Bank of Canada Decision
14:00 US- Fed Chair Yellen Senate testimony
14:30 US- EIA Crude
Thu 13 Jul
12:30 US- Weekly Jobless
Fri 14 Jul
12:30 US- Retail Sales
12:30 US- CPI
14:00 US- University of Michigan Survey
Event Risk Agenda
- EVENT RISK: HIGH-- Wed-- 08:30 GB June Employment Statistics. Key UK indicator and often a market mover.
- EVENT RISK: HIGH-- Wed-- 14:00 US Fed Chair Yellen Congressional Testimony. Could be a market mover on any taper details. Prepared text release at 12:30 GMT .
- EVENT RISK: MODERATE-- Wed-- 14:00 CA Bank of Canada Policy Decision. Rates seen unchanged.
- EVENT RISK: MODERATE-- Wed-- 14:30 US EIA Crude Supplies. Closely followed report.
- EVENT RISK: HIGH-- Thu-- 14:00 US Fed Chair Yellen Senae Testimony. Could be a market mover, but odds favor nothing new from Wednesday.
- EVENT RISK: HIGH-- Fri-- 12:30 US Retail Sales and CPI. Retail SaLes are a key indicator of consumption and CPI is closely watched by the Fed.
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