Another Significant Week Starts; Let’s Take a Look on the Key Fundamentals for the Week; March 01, 2021

Fundamental News: March 01 – March 05


We @ TP GLOBAL FX, help you to provide a list of high impact data for the week to make systematic planning for Currency Trading.

This week is full of fundamental news, indeed it will be a hectic one without proper planning and schedule. From the G20 countries, Manufacturing and Services PMI data are scheduled to release. Secondly, Australia has scheduled to release Cash Rate decision and quarterly GDP results. Thereafter, ECB President Lagarde and Fed Chair Powell’s speech will remain important to forecast further directions of the Euro as well as U.S. dollar. Last but not least, U.S. ADP and NFP job results will come out during the week.

Let’s Take a Look on Day Wise List of the Key Economic Indicators:

March 01:
(0930 GMT/1500 IST) U.K. Final Manufacturing PMI
(1500 GMT/2030 IST) U.S. ISM Manufacturing PMI
(1610 GMT/2140 IST) ECB President Lagarde Speaks

March 02:
(0330 GMT/0900 IST) Australia Interest Rate Decision
(1330 GMT/1900 IST) Canada GDP m/m

March 03:
(0030 GMT/0600 IST) Australia GDP q/q
(1315 GMT/1845 IST) U.S. ADP Job Data
(1500 GMT/2030 IST) U.S. ISM Services PMI

March 04:
All Day – OPEC – JMMC Meetings
(1500 GMT/2030 IST) U.S. Factory Orders
(1705 GMT/2235 IST) Fed Chair Powell Speaks

March 05:
(1330 GMT/1900 IST) U.S. NFP Job Data

Take a look and do trade wisely!
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