We are looking into the trading week of August 7-11:
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After U.S. data showed last Friday that the economy added 187,000 non-farm payrolls in July, which were fewer than expected, investors will focus on July inflation data to be released Thursday (August 10).
In the past 12 U.S. Inflation Rate Reports, EUR/USD rose in 75% of times (9 out of 12 reports) within one hour from the report’s release, marking a trading range of 94.74 pips on average.
Other key economic data include:
Monday (August 7)
Germany Industrial Production (June) expected to drop 0.2% on month.
Tuesday (August 8)
Australia Westpac Consumer Confidence Index (August) expected to fall to 80.7.
China Exports (July) to fall 14.0% on year.
U.S. Trade Deficit (June) expected to narrow to $65.1 billion.
Canada Trade Surplus (June) to amount to C$220 million.
Wednesday (August 9)
China Inflation Rate (July) to fall to negative -0.3% on year.
China Producer Prices (July) expected to drop 5.0% on year.
Canada Building Permits (June) expected to rise 2.3% on month.
Thursday (August 10)
Japan Producer Prices Index (July) is expected to slow to 3.9% on year.
U.S. Inflation Rate (July) expected to slow to 2.8% on year.
U.S. Initial Jobless Claims (August 5) to rise to 229,000.
Friday (August 11)
U.K. GDP (2Q) to grow 0.1% on quarter.
U.K. Industrial Production (June) to rise 0.1% on month.
U.S. Producer-Price growth (July) to slow to 3.9% on year.
Source: Trading Central Economic Insight