Forex News Trading Strategy For The Week


In terms of Forex News Trading events this week begins slow, however on Thursday we will have events that give us a lot of data: Australian Private Capital Expenditure and UK Second Estimate GDP which is potentially very volatile release. On Friday another important release is awaiting – second reading of US GDP.

Full list of high-impact Forex news trading events taking place this week:

Monday 22nd.

Tuesday 23rd.

9:00am GMT – German Ifo Business Climate.
10:00am GMT – UK Inflation Report Hearings.
11:15am GMT – SNB Chairman Jordan Speaks.
3:00pm GMT – US CB Consumer Confidence.

Wednesday 24th.

3:30pm GMT – US Crude Oil Inventories.

Thursday 25th.

12:30am GMT – Australian Private Capital Expenditure.
9:30am GMT – UK Second Estimate GDP.
10:00am GMT GMT – ECB Final CPI and Final Core CPI.
1:30pm GMT – US Unemployment Claims and Core Durable Goods Orders.
11:30pm GMT – Tokyo Core CPI.

Friday 26th.

1:30pm GMT – US Prelim GDP.

Other Forex news trading events taking place this week can be found here: Forex Factory Calendar.

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