Here is a list of important economic events that you should keep an eye on!
Oil companies can go on more drastic measures to preserve margins and reduce reserves.
The decline of the economic activity in the Eurozone seems to be slowing it’s pace, but it is too early to cheer as the preliminary data showed, how the activity is still on the worst level of the last one and a half years.
The economic world is waiting for Mario Dragn’s speech to get a clue of how dangerous Brexit is for the ECB.
The Dollar is showing tremendous growth as it hikes to a four-month peak against all other major currencies.
All GBP hopes seem to slowly die out as traders suspect that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will run down the ideas of the UKs growth after leaving the European Union bloc.
In contrast to the 2008 turmoil Weale does not see panic rising in the financial markets.
The US Consumer price index (CPI) did not meet its forecasts, as consumer price inflation (excluding food and energy) was tallied by the estimates.
Shares of different leisure and tourism companies, as well as, air carriers suffered the worst selloff, which was caused by the attack.
Robert Kaplan expects slow economic growth in the United States and other developing countries.
Shinzo Abe retained political power for the conservative party.
The GBP also saw speculative pressure ahead of the BoE decision on Thursday.
Sindzo Abe’s ruling party could have a bearish impact on the national currency.
Things to look out for in the upcoming week.
US Oil has dropped below $45 at its lowest point since May 11.