Currency news this week 49

28 July, 2011


This week’s most important data for the Pound is Wednesday’s quarterly inflation report, where the Bank of England sets out projections for UK inflation, which in turn are a significant influence on its interest rate policy and therefore the value of the Pound.

Elswhere we are in for a quiet couple of days, until Thursday where there are a few releases likely to affect exchange rates.

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Monday 9th
No major data

Tuesday 10th
0815 – Swiss CPI inflation
1330 – US import price index

Wednesday 11th
0700 – German CPI inflation
1030 – Bank of England quarterly inflation report
1330 – US trade balance

Thursday 12th
0230 – Australian unemployment rate
0900 – European Central Bank monthly report
0930 – UK manufacturing & industrial production
1330 – US retail sales, PPI inflation & jobless claims
1500 – UK GDP estimate
2345 – New Zealand retail sales

Friday 13th
0700 – German GDP
1000 – Eurozone GDP
1330 – US CPI inflation