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Australia’s job data for July will hit the markets on Thursday at 01:30 GMT and is expected to gather significant attention.

UK inflation likely approached 10% in July, as pound tests $1.20 – Forex News Preview

Inflation in the United Kingdom probably surged further in July, data out on Wednesday (06:00 GMT) is expected to show.

Refreshed US dollar awaits Fed minutes and retail sales – Forex News Preview

The US dollar rally has picked up a second wind, despite some signs that the US economy is losing steam. Investors seem much more concerned about Europe and China, which is helping the reserve currency attract safe-haven flows.

Will Canada’s CPIs impact BoC rate expectations? – Forex News Preview

The Bank of Canada is the only G7 central bank to deliver a whole percentage-point rate increase in this post-pandemic hike race, and it did so just at its latest gathering, in July.

RBNZ to deliver another double hike, spotlight on OCR projections - Forex News Preview

After nearly two weeks of absence, central banks return to the agenda, with the Reserve Bank of New Zealand taking the torch on Wednesday, at 02:00 GMT.

Week Ahead – A plethora of data, an RBNZ meeting, but focus on Fed minutes

There will be no shortage of data releases in the coming week and the RBNZ is poised to hike rates again. But with investors still undecided about the implications of the latest US inflation report on Fed policy, the FOMC minutes might steal the limelight.

Sterling rides wave of risk sentiment ahead of GDP report – Forex News Preview

In the United Kingdom, preliminary GDP growth data for the second quarter will hit the markets at 06:00 GMT Friday.

US inflation: Is the elusive peak finally here? – Forex News Preview

Following last week’s blistering jobs report out of the United States, investors will be turning their attention to Wednesday’s July inflation figures as bets of a 75-basis-point rate hike in September are back on.

Week Ahead – US inflation report to cast light on Fed’s path

Another decisive week for global markets lies ahead. The main event will be the latest CPI report from the United States, which will reveal whether inflation has finally started to cool off.

Will Canada’s July jobs report be important for the loonie? – Forex News Preview

Canadian employment likely returned to growth in July, Statistics Canada will show on Friday at 12:30 GMT, but the rebound may not be anything to celebrate.

Dollar awaits nonfarm payrolls as recession worries mount – Forex News Preview

With the US economy teetering on the edge of recession, all eyes will be on the latest employment data at 12:30 GMT Friday.

Bank of England ponders a more ‘forceful’ rate hike – Forex News Preview

The Bank of England is widely tipped to raise interest rates for the sixth straight meeting on Thursday (11:00 GMT).

RBA to raise rates, but aussie cares about global forces – Forex News Preview

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) is widely expected to roll out another 50bps rate increase when it concludes its meeting at 04:30 GMT Tuesday.

Week Ahead – Bruised dollar looks to NFP report; BoE could speed up rate hikes

The coming week is shaping up to be another crucial one for gauging recession risks and monetary policy paths.

Euro gets crushed ahead of inflation and GDP numbers – Forex News Preview

It has been a brutal month for the euro. Business surveys already point to a recession and traders are worried Russia might cut off the gas and paralyze the economy completely.

Fed to likely hike by 75 bps but may still weigh 100-bps option – Forex News Preview

The Federal Reserve is almost certain to raise interest rates for a fourth time on Wednesday when it announces its decision at 18:00 GMT.

Australia’s inflation figures for the second quarter are scheduled to be released on Wednesday at 01:30 GMT, and it is believed that this information will get substantial interest.

Week Ahead – Fed to raise rates, Italy in political turmoil

All eyes will be on the Federal Reserve meeting next week. A triple-barreled rate increase is essentially locked in, so traders will put more emphasis on Powell’s commentary and the upcoming GDP report that will reveal whether America is in a technical recession.

ECB to hike rates amid energy worries, anti-fragmentation tool eyed as euro bounces back - Forex News Preview

The European Central Bank is expected to embark on its first rate hike cycle in more than a decade on Thursday.

Will the Bank of Japan tweak its policy after yen’s freefall? – Forex News Preview

Investors will have their eyes on the Bank of Japan during Thursday’s policy meeting as the yen keeps melting while the inflation peak is nowhere in sight yet, making everyone wonder how long the central bank will remain an outlier.



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