The US Non-Farm Payrolls report disappointed a lot of economists. Very big difference between expected numbers and real value showed that labor market in US is not in so good shape. Many significant events from US, EuroZone, Japan, Australia and UK will bring volatility to the market. Here is the list of the most prominent of them:
On Monday, at 14:00pm, Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) from The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) will be released.
On Tuesday, at 3:30am, The Reserve Bank of Australia will announce the decision regarding interest rates.
At 12:30pm, US Trade Balance data will be issued by Bureau of Economic Analysis.
ECB President Draghi will speak at 5:00pm.
On Wednesday, at 8:30am, Office for National Statistics from Great Britain will release monthly Manufacturing Production.
On Thursday, at 11:00am, The Bank of England will announce their rate decision.
At 12:30pm weekly Unemployment Claims will be issued by US Department of Labor.
At 6:00pm, will be published records of US Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) minutes.
Same time, at 6:00pm the head of the Bank of England Mark Carney will speak in a panel discussion about the global economy at the International Monetary Fund meeting.
On Friday, at 12:30 pm, Canadian Employment Change and Unemployment Rate will give us information about Canadian labor market.