Despite the situation with Greece looks more and more stable, it is stays as one of the volatility reason. It may affects all markets, but of cause EUR is more sensible to Greece events.
As previous week, Monday (July 20) is not particularly interesting with news-releases.
It is doubtfully that data about monthly Canadian sales will move the CAD significantly.
On Tuesday also not many news a expected. Publication of Reserve Bank of Australia Meeting Minutes is the only event we can mark.
On Wednesday, early in the morning a lot of statistical information about CPI will be issued by Australian Bureau of Statistics. It will be followed by RBA Governor Glenn Stevens speech.
Later results of voting regarding a rate change from Monetary Policy Committee of BOE will be issued.
Official Cash Rate and RBNZ Rate Statement from New Zealand most probably attract many traders.
On Thursday sales data from Britain and Canada are expected. Initial jobless claims from USA are interesting too.
Friday will start with trade balance New Zealand. PMI indexes from China, France and Germany will follow. The day and the week will ends with New home sales from USA.
Have a profitable week!