Bank of Canada Interest Rate Decision
► Wednesday, 11 July - The Bank of Canada is set to release the Interest Rate Decision. The current interest rate sits at 1.25% and it is forecast to increase by 25 basis points to 1.50% to maintain the inflationary target of 2%. A Monetary Policy Report will follow Interest Rate Decision to outline any new fiscal policies and the Bank of Canada's outlook of the Canadian economy.
European Central Bank Monetary Policy Meeting Accounts
► Thursday, 12 July - The European Central Bank is set to release the Monetary Policy Meeting Accounts. The accounts will contain an overview of the financial market, economic, and monetary developments. The aim is to provide the reasoning behind the monetary decisions and helps the public to understand the Governing Council's assessment of the economy and its policy responses in the evolving conditions.
► 11-12 July - The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation is set to hold a summit. The aim of the summi9t is to fulfill 3 main tasks:
The Alliance will make important decisions to further boost the security in and around Europe through:
Key Financial Figures
► Tuesday, 10 July - The United Kingdom Gross Domestic Product figure is set to be released by the National Statistics. The current internal Brexit conflicts and the resignation of David Davis are already putting a strong tension in the U.K. economy. If the upcoming GDP reading is lower than forecast, it is likely to have a strong effect on the Sterling.
►Thursday, 12 July - The United States Consumer Price Index figure is set to be released by the US Department of Labor Statistics. With the current trade tension with China, the upcoming CPI might be higher than normally expected.
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