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WEEK 10 (March 7 – 11): Forthcoming economic news-releases

Many rate decisions – in Canada, New Zealand and the Eurozone are expected on the coming week. However with current instability on the markets nobody is believing that their central banks will change something. It looks that US market is most stable at present time, during the last weeks it is showing the very good statistics. So, everyone is waiting for the next FOMC Meeting results.

(All times are GMT)

On Monday, at 3:40am Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda speaks at the Yomiuri International Economic Society, in Tokyo.

On Tuesday, at 9:15am Bank of England Governor Mark Carney speaks on United Kingdom’s European Union membership before the Parliamentary Committee, in London.

On Wednesday, at 9:30am Great Britain Office for National Statistics will anounce monthly Manufacturing Production.

At 3:00pm Bank of Canada will announce interest rate at which financial institutions borrow and lend overnight funds between themselves. Bank of Canada Rate Statement will follow interest rate announcement.

At 3:30pm US Energy Information Administration will publish information about Crude Oil Inventories.

At 8:00pm Official Cash Rate and RBNZ Rate Statement will be issued by Reserve Bank of New Zealand.

At 8:05pm RBNZ Press Conference will follow quarterly Rate Statement.

At 11:10pm Reserve Bank of New Zealand Governor Graeme Wheeler speaks on the Monetary Policy Statement before the Finance and Expenditure Select Committee, in Wellington.

On Thursday, at 12:45pm European Central Bank (ECB) will announce the Minimum Bid Rate.

At 1:30pm ECB President and Vice President holds a Press Conference.

At 1:30pm number of Unemployment Claims will be provided by US Department of Labor.

On Friday, at 1:30pm, Statistics Canada will announce Employment Change and Unemployment Rate.

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