Currency calendar this week 65

28 July, 2011


This week we return to a little less important data as the month nears its end; although tomorrow’s Q4 GDP revision in the UK is likely to be important. The Pound seems to have very little support at the moment, and fell significantly against most currencies last week.

Monday 28th
1230 – US consumption (Feb)
1600 – Speech: ECB President Trichet
2145 – New Zealand trade balance (Feb)

Tuesday 29th
0930 – UK mortgage approvals (Feb), net lending, business investment & GDP revision (Q4 2010)
1400 – US consumer confidence (Mar)

Wednesday 30th
1000 – Eurozone economic, industrial & consumer confidence (Mar)

Thursday 31st
0700 – German retail sales (Feb) & UK Nationwide house price index
0855 – German unemployment rate (Mar)
1330 – Canadian GDP (Jan)

Friday 1st
1000 – Eurozone unemployment rate (Feb)
1330 – US unemployment rate, average earnings & non-farm payrolls (Mar)