Future look on the markets from 21-25 of January

future look on the markets from 21-25 of January

The U.S. dollar ended the week at the highest price against the yen over the two and a half years against the yen and highs on Friday, amid expectations for further action monetary easing by the Bank of Japan, while the euro ended trading down amid renewed fears of The economic outlook in the euro zone.

The yen fell against the US Dollar for the first time since mid-June 2010 on Friday amid expectations that the Bank of Japan will do mitigation measures cash tougher. E at its next meeting on Tuesday at a meeting of policy-making amid growing pressure from Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to further efforts to fight deflation . .

Euro came under pressure amid by the released data suggest that the Euro zone economy will find it difficult to recover in 2013.

The Bank of Italy said on Friday that the country’s economy will shrink by 1% this year. Earlier in the week, and reduced and the German Ministry of Economics forecasts a growth by 0.4% in 2013, down from its previous forecast of 1% growth.

At the same time, overshadowed data showing that China’s economy expanded more than expected in the fourth quarter, weaker than expectations of data on consumer confidence in the United States, retail sales in the United Kingdom.

Beijing said that the second largest economy in the world. Expanded by 7.9% in year-on-year in the three months to December, the highest of expectations by 7.8% growth.

Received only haven demand. Batch after data showed that consumer confidence in the Michigan State University in the United States unexpectedly fell from 72.9 to 71.3 in January, its lowest since December 2011, compared with expectations for improvement to 75.0.

Hit consumer sentiment due to ongoing concerns of the debate over the U.S. debt ceiling.

Pound lowest price in nine weeks against the dollar on Friday with mounting fears of a recession and the decline three after official data showed that retail sales in the UK fell 0.1% in December, contrary expectations for an increase of 0.2%.

This week, investors awaited the results of the Bank of Japan meeting on Tuesday to put politics. And market participants expected ZEW report on German economic sentiment amid concerns about the outlook for the largest economy in the euro zone. Elsewhere, the United Kingdom will publish data on fourth-quarter economic growth on Friday.

Before next week, Forex has compiled a list of these and other significant events likely to affect the markets.

Monday, January 21

Published by the United Kingdom in non-industrial data on house price inflation, a leading indicator of demand in the housing sector.

In the euro zone, finance ministers will set region talks on a range of financial issues in Brussels. At the same time, Germany will publish official data on producer price inflation.

Canada will publish official data on wholesale sales, a leading indicator of consumer spending.

Market will be closed in the United States closed on Monday in celebration of Martin Luther King.

Tuesday, January 22

The Bank of Japan will announce interest rate. Interest rate announcement. Accompanied by a statement of the interest rate of the bank, which contains important information about the current economic situation and future of the bank’s point of view. Central Bank will also be holding a press conference to discuss the decision after the announcement of monetary policy interest rate.
Euro zone ministers Talks for the second day in a row in Brussels. Elsewhere in the euro zone, the ZEW Institute will publish ZEW German economic sentiment, a leading indicator of economic health.

The UK is to publish official data on public sector net borrowing, and held an auction of government bonds with 10 years. The country will also publish private sector data on industrial orders.

Canada will publish official data on retail sales, a gauge of consumer spending, which accounts for the majority of overall economic activity.

The United States will publish private sector data on existing home sales, a leading indicator of economic health.

Also Tuesday, is scheduled to begin the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.

Wednesday, January 23

Australia will publish official data on consumer price inflation, which accounts for a majority of overall inflation.

The UK is to publish official data on the monthly change in the number of people who claim unemployment and the unemployment rate, a leading indicator of economic health. In addition, the Bank of England will publish the minutes of recent policy meeting.

ZEW Institute will publish a report on the economic outlook in Switzerland, a leading indicator of economic health.

The Bank of Canada will announce interest rate announcement. Accompanied by a statement of the interest rate of the bank, which contains important information about the current economic situation and future of the bank’s point of view. Central Bank will also be holding a press conference to discuss the decision after the announcement of monetary policy interest rate.

The United States will publish government data on crude oil stockpiles.

Work continues the World Economic Forum for the second day in Davos, Switzerland.

Thursday, January 24

Japan is to publish official data on the trade balance, the difference between the value of imports and exports.

Elsewhere, China will publish data on manufacturing index HSBC, a leading indicator of economic health.

The euro zone isgoing to publish official data on the current account and preliminary data on manufacturing activity and services sector, in markets Germany and France also publish individual reports. In addition Spain will publish official data on the unemployment rate.

United Kingdom will publish data on private sector on mortgage approvals as well as industry data on retail sales.

The United States will publish the weekly government report on initial jobless claims, as well as preliminary data on manufacturing activity.

World Economic Forum continues his works for the third day in Davos, Switzerland.

Friday, January 25

Japan is to publish government data on consumer inflation, which accounts for the majority of overall inflation. At the same time, the Bank of Japan will publish the minutes of recent policy meeting.

In the euro area, Ifo Institute will publish a report on German business climate, a leading indicator of economic health.

The UK is to publish preliminary data on total output in the fourth quarter, the broadest indicator of economic activity and scale in the field of the economy’s health.

Canada will publish official data on consumer price inflation, while the United States will besiege week government data on new home sales, a leading indicator of economic health.

World Economic Forum continues its work for the fourth day in Davos, Switzerland.