Week Ahead in the Global Financial Markets

Week Ahead in the Global Financial Markets

The most anticipated economic report was released on Good Friday at 8:30 am while Wall Street was closed. The futures market traded for 45 minutes after the data release with the Dow futures dropping 165 points.
                According to CNBC: “March’s report of just 126,000 nonfarm payrolls, about 120,000 less than expected signals the potential for a rocky  start to trading Monday”.
Other markets also reacted with the US Dollar sell-off and the US 10 Yr Note futures spiking higher sending the interest yield lower to 1.80%. In the week ahead the question on trader’s mind will be if bad news is now finally bad news. Ultimately the market will decide and as active traders we have to be ready when the shift beginsNew York Fed President William Dudley is the first Fed speaker of the week when he discusses the economy Monday morning. If he talks up the markets on Monday, how will the markets react? The market will also be paying close attention to Wednesday’s Fed minutes, looking for new signs about the timing of the first rate hike.
As a multi-asset trader, I will be focusing on correlations among the three major benchmarks. I will be looking for any follow through to Friday’s (low volume) Risk-Off sentiment.  Will the shift to Risk-Off send the US Dollar lower with Treasury interest rate yields? Will you be ready should that trigger short covering in the foreign currency market? Join us in our live trading room and discover a new approach to trading the global markets.

Joe Rios – Founder, Rios Quantitative LLC


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Monday

3:00 AM    EUR         Spanish Unemployment Change

8:30 AM    USD         FOMC Member Dudley Speaks

10:00 AM   USD         ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI

10:00 AM   CAD         Ivey PMI  

9:30 PM   AUD         Retail Sales

 

Tuesday

12:30 AMAUD         RBA Rate Statement

4:30 AM   GBP          Services PMI

10:00 AMUSD         Jolts Job Openings

 

Wednesday

2:00 AM   EUR          German Factory Orders

TentativeJPY           BOJ Press Conference

9:30 AM   USD         FOMC Member Dudley Speaks

10:30 AMCL             Crude Oil Inventories

2:00 PM   USD         FOMC Meeting Minutes

 

Thursday

7:00 AM   GBP          Official Bank Rate

TentativeGBP          MPC Rate Statement

8:30 AM   USD         Unemployment Claims

8:30 AM   CAD          Building Permits

10:30 AMNG           Natural Gas Storage

9:30 PM   CNY          CPI

 

Friday

4:30 AM   GBP          Manufacturing Production

8:30 AM   CAD          Unemployment Rate

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