Currency News This Week 11 Jul 2011

28 July, 2011


This week we have a lot of key data releases in the UK, USA and Eurozone all likely to affect exchange rates.

Tuesday to Thursday are likely to be the busiest days, particularly tomorrow morning when monthly UK inflation figures are released. Any further fall in inflation rates is likely to reduce the value of sterling, and US Dollar and Euro exchange rates still look vulnerable to any negative news in the UK.

With so much due out this week, call Currency Index on 01923 725725 for the latest news and live rates, or subscribe to our RSS feed for news delivered direct to your inbox or mobile device.

Monday 11th
1315 – Canadian new house builds

Tuesday 12th
0700 – German CPI inflation
0930 – UK RPI & CPI inflation, trade balance and house price index
1330 – US trade balance
1900 – US Federal Reserve interest rate minutes

Wednesday 13th
0130 – Australian consumer confidence
0930 – UK earnings and unemployment rate
1000 – Eurozone industrial production
1900 – US monthly budget statement
2345 – New Zealand GDP

Thursday 14th
0900 – ECB monthly report
1000 – Eurozone CPI inflation
1330 – US retail sales, jobless claims and PPI inflation

Friday 15th
1330 – US CPI inflation