Warning of potential volatility (25 – 29 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, 25th November 2019

  • 11:00: EUR — IFO Business Climate, Germany
  • 11:00: EUR — IFO Current Assessment, Germany
  • 11:00: EUR — IFO Expectations, Germany
  • 15:30: CAD — Wholesale Sales
  • 23:45: NZD — Retail Sales

Tuesday, 26th November 2019

  • 9:00: EUR — Gfk Consumer Confidence, Germany
  • 15:30: USD — Trade Balance
  • 15:30: USD — Wholesale Inventories
  • 17:00: USD — Richmond FED Manufacturing Index
  • 17:00: USD — Consumer Confidence
  • 17:00: USD — New Home Sales
  • 23:45: NZD — Trade Balance

Wednesday, 27th November 2019

  • 15:30: USD — Gross Domestic Product (Preliminary)
  • 15:30: USD — Durable Goods Orders
  • 15:30: USD — Durable Goods Orders (Core)
  • 15:30: USD — Initial Jobless Claims
  • 16:45: USD — Chicago FED Manufacturing Index
  • 17:00: USD — Personal Spending
  • 17:00: USD — Personal Income
  • 17:30: USD — Weekly Crude Oil Inventories

Thursday, 28th November 2019

  • 0:00: USD — Bank Holiday
  • 1:50: JPY — Retail Sales
  • 2:00: NZD — Business Confidence
  • 8:45: CHF — Gross Domestic Product
  • 12:00: EUR — Consumer Confidence
  • 15:30: CAD — Current Account

Friday, 29th November 2019

  • 1:30: JPY — Consumer Price Index
  • 1:30: JPY — Unemployment Rate
  • 1:50: JPY — Industrial Production
  • 2:01: GBP — Gfk Consumer Confidence
  • 7:00: JPY — Consumer Confidence
  • 7:00: JPY — Housing Starts
  • 10:55: EUR — Unemployment Change, Germany
  • 10:55: EUR — Unemployment Rate, Germany
  • 12:00: EUR — Consumer Price Index
  • 12:00: EUR — Consumer Price Index (Core)
  • 12:00: EUR — Unemployment Rate
  • 15:30: CAD — Gross Domestic Product

*All times are server time (GMT+2)

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.).

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