The decision of Britons to leave the EU had an immense impact on the markets. UK pound had crashed in one day, falling more than 10% against the US dollar. The Brexit could cost Britain their access to the EU’s market. And there are not so easy to find a new markets at present unstable time. Euro and European shares also gone down with EU future uncertainty.
The next week we should expect that many politicians (and from UK only) will try to calm the markets.
(All times are GMT)
On Tuesday, at 12:30pm US Bureau of Economic Analysis will release Final GDP (q/q).
At 2:00pm the Conference Board Inc. will release CB Consumer Confidence index in USA.
On Wednesday, at 2:30pm Crude Oil Inventories will be provided by US Energy Information Administration.
On Thursday, at 8:30am Great Britain Office for National Statistics announces Current Account – difference in value between imported and exported goods.
At 12:30pm monthly GDP will be published by Statistics Canada.
The same time, at 12:30pm, numbers of Unemployment Claims are expected from US Department of Labor.
On Friday, at 8:30am Manufacturing PMI (Purchasing Managers’ Index ) in Great Britain will be released by Markit..
At 2:00pm The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) will release the ISM Manufacturing PMI for US.
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