Selected list of standard world currency symbols. The SWIFT foreign currency symbols are the
international standard for currency codes established by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
Each currency symbol has a three letter code. The ISO 4217 currency codes list is the standard in banking and business all over the
world. All banks use these world currency symbols codes to define the specific currency codes for inter-bank
payments. Use this list of foreign currency symbols as a regular reference. This list of currency symbols contains most currencies one would normally encounter for travel or business.
WEEKLY HIGH IMPACT NEWS: 9-Dec Fri
02:00 CN- CPI
09:30 GB- Trade
15:00 US- University of Michigan Survey
No Major Data 13-Dec Tue
09:30 GB- CPI/RPI 14-Dec Wed
09:30 GB- Employment
13:30 US- Retail Sales
13:30 US- PPI
14:15 US- Industrial Production
15:30 US- Crude Oil
18:00 US- FOMC Decision 15-Dec Thu
00:00 All-Day- flash PMIs
00:30 AU- Employment
08:30 CH- SNB Decision
09:30 GB- Retail Sales
10:00 DE- ZEW Survey
12:00 GB- Bank of England Decision
13:30 US- CPI
13:30 US- Current Account
13:30 US- Weekly Jobless 16-Dec Fri
10:00 EZ- final HICP
13:30 Housing Starts/Permits
No matter what you call it, the ECB announced a "taper" of its asset purchases to EUR 60b per mo from EUR80b starting in April 2017. Even though President Draghi claimed it was not a "taper" but it generated a "taper tantrum" in EURUSD. I warned Thursday would be a volatile day, but it exceeded my expectations.
The calendar is light today. Better than expected U.K. trade data has been a market-mover for the GBP. University of Michigan preliminary Sentiment data for December are due later. A positive "Trump Effect" would not surprise.
We remain confident that the Fed will raise rates by 25bps next Wednesday. Monthly Job statistics and inflation are the two top items on which the FOMC monetary bases its policy decisions.
The U.S. Presidential vote recount continues. Odds for a reversal of the Trump victory are slim.
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