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WEEK 31 (July 31 – August 4): Forthcoming economic news-releases

The US dollar is lower against the major pairs after the political uncertainty in Washington and mixed economic fundamentals took their toll on the greenback. The first week of August will be full of economic releases with major central banks on the agenda as well as the week wrapping up with the biggest economic indicator in the market, the United States Non-farm payrolls report.

(All times are GMT)

On Tuesday, at 4:30am, Reserve Bank of Australia releases Rate Statement.

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.

At 10:45pm Statistics New Zealand will release quartely Employment Change and Unemployment Rate.

On Wednesday, at 8:30am Markit will provide Great Britain’s Construction PMI.

At 12:15pm US Non-Farm Employment Change will be announced by Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (ADP).

At 2:30pm Energy Information Administration will publish Crude Oil Inventories. Market volatility and exchange rates for many currencies depend on oil prices.

On Thursday, at 1:30am Australian Bureau of Statistics will publish monthly Trade Balance.

At 8:30am information about Services PMI from Great Britain will be released by Markit.

At 11:00am Bank of England will release Inflation Report, Official Bank Rate Votes distribution, Monetary Policy Summary and Official Bank Rate.

At 11:30am Bank of England Governor Mark Carney holds a press conference, along with other MPC members, about the Inflation Report, in London.

At 12:30pm number of Unemployment Claims will be provided by US Department of Labor.

At 2:00pm The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) will release the ISM Manufacturing PMI for US.

On Friday, at 1:30am Reserve Bank of Australia provides Monetary Policy Statement.

At 1:30am Australian Bureau of Statistics will release monthly Retail Sales.

At 12:30pm, Trade Balance from Statistics Canada will provided.

At 12:30pm, data from Statistics Canada will be provided: Employment Change and Unemployment Rate.

At 12:30pm data from US labor market will arrive. Non-Farm Employment Change will be published. And of course, US Unemployment Rate and changes in monthly Average Hourly Earnings are issued together with US NFP.

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