Forex news and the most important events on the economic calendar February 12-16

During this week, global markets are awaiting with great interest many forex news, represented by inflation data in the United States, Britain and Germany, especially in light of expectations that the world's leading central banks will soon begin to retreat from easy policies and begin to tighten monetary policy. Besides increasing interest rates faster than expected.

Market participants are also awaiting the release of preliminary data on the growth of the Japanese economy during the last quarter of last year, which is scheduled for next Wednesday.

Forex news

Forex news

Here are the details of the most important forex news on the global economic scene:

Monday 12 February

Financial markets in Japan are set to remain closed for public holidays in the country.

Tuesday February 13

Australia will release its data on business confidence, and later in the day the Office for National Statistics in the United Kingdom is also scheduled to release several important data on consumer price inflation during the month of January, and Janet Yellen, head of The US Federal Reserve speaks at Cleveland's Loretta Meester event in Dayton.

Wednesday 14 February

Japan will publish its preliminary data on economic growth for the fourth quarter of last year at 8:50 am Tokyo time, and in New Zealand a report on inflation expectations is scheduled to be released, on the other hand, the euro zone will release many important data on Economic growth in the region during the last quarter of last year, in addition to other adjusted data on inflation levels during the previous month of January, and the United States will release its data on inflation in consumer prices and retail sales.

Thursday 15 February

Financial markets in China are scheduled to be closed for public holidays, while Australia will release its data on employment during the month of January, and in the United States is scheduled to release many important data on producer prices, building permits, new housing, industrial production and unemployment claims. Weekly Consumer Confidence, in addition to surveys on manufacturing conditions in the Philadelphia and New York regions.

Friday 16 February

Financial markets in China are scheduled to remain closed for public holidays in the country, while Britain is to release its data on retail sales, and in Canada a report on foreign stock purchases and manufacturing sales will be published, and the United States is also scheduled to conclude this trading. The week by issuing several important data on building permits, new housing and import prices, in addition to other data on consumer confidence in the largest economy in the world.

Mohamed Abdel Khaleq

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