Warning of potential volatility (18 – 22 November)

This is just a quick warning to notify you of potentially volatile economic events taking place this week. We recommend you take them into consideration when trading.

Monday, 18th November 2019

  • 11:00: EUR — ECB Financial Stability Review

Tuesday, 19th November 2019

  • 2:30: AUD — RBA Meeting Minutes
  • 9:00: CHF — Trade Balance
  • 11:00: EUR — Current Account
  • 15:30: CAD — Manufacturing Sales
  • 15:30: USD — Building Permits
  • 15:30: USD — Housing Starts

Wednesday, 20th November 2019

  • 1:50: JPY — Trade Balance
  • 9:00: EUR — Producer Price Index, Germany
  • 15:30: CAD — Consumer Price Index
  • 15:30: CAD — Consumer Price Index (Core)
  • 17:30: USD — Weekly Crude Oil Inventories
  • 21:00: USD — FOMC Meeting Minutes

Thursday, 21st November 2019

  • 9:30: CHF — Industrial Production
  • 14:30: EUR — ECB Monetary Policy Meeting Accounts
  • 15:30: USD — Philadelphia FED Index
  • 15:30: USD — Initial Jobless Claims
  • 17:00: USD — Consumer Confidence
  • 17:00: USD — Existing Home Sales

Friday, 22nd November 2019

  • 0:00: AUD — Manufacturing PMI
  • 1:30: JPY — Consumer Price Index
  • 2:30: JPY — Manufacturing PMI
  • 9:00: EUR — Gross Domestic Product (Final), Germany
  • 10:30: EUR — Manufacturing PMI, Germany
  • 11:00: EUR — Manufacturing PMI
  • 15:30: CAD — Retail Sales
  • 15:30: CAD — Retail Sales ex Autos
  • 16:45: USD — Manufacturing PMI
  • 17:00: USD — University of Michigan Confidence (Final)

*All times are server time (GMT+3)

We are not making predictions about how the market will particularly react. We are simply encouraging you to be careful when trading during the events. Liquidity runs out of the market and spreads consequently widen. This could have a knock-on effect on your open trades (i.e. stop outs etc.).

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to Contact Us.

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