Currency news this week 54

28 July, 2011


Although we have a short week, there is important data out around the world likely to affect exchange rates. Particularly tomorrow we have the Q1 GDP figures for economic growth in the UK which is the main indicator of recovery for the economy.

Elsewhere we have news due out from the USA, Eurozone and Canada, New Zealand and Australia – whichever currency you are looking to buy or sell, contact Currency Index for the latest news and commercial exchange rates.

Tuesday 26th
1500 – US consumer confidence

Wednesday 27th
0230 – Australian CPI inflation
0700 – German consumer confidence
0930 – UK GDP
1730 – US interest rate decision
1915 – Speech: Federal Reserve chairman Bernanke
2200 – New Zealand interest rate decision

Thursday 28th
0855 – German unemployment rate
1330 – US GDP
2345 – New Zealand trade balance

Friday 29th
UK Bank Holiday
1000 – Eurozone economic & consumer confidence and unemployment rate
1330 – Canadian GDP