For the Dollar:
Inflation figures for August kick things off on Tuesday. We’ve seen labor market numbers disappoint. Another spike in inflation, however, would raise questions over whether the FED can stand pat on policy.
On Wednesday, industrial production figures will be in focus ahead of a particularly busy Thursday.
Retail sales, Philly FED Manufacturing PMI, and weekly jobless claims will be in focus on Thursday.
Expect retail sales and jobless claims to be key.
At the end of the week, consumer sentiment figures for September will also influence.
In the week ending 10th September, the Dollar Spot Index rose by 0.59% to 92.582.
For the EUR:
It’s a quieter week on the economic data front.
Eurozone 2nd quarter wage growth and July industrial production figures will be in focus on Wednesday.
In the 2nd half of the week, trade data and finalized inflation figures for the Eurozone will also influence.
For the week, the EUR fell by 0.56% to $1.1814.
For the Pound:
It’s a busier week ahead on the economic calendar.
Employment figures will draw attention on Tuesday. August claimant counts and July’s unemployment rate will be key.
On Wednesday, inflation figures will also draw plenty of attention ahead of retail sales figures on Friday.
The week’s data set should give the BoE enough data to make a more informed decision on the policy front.
The Pound ended the week down by 0.23% to $1.3839.
For the Loonie:
It’s another quiet week ahead on the economic calendar.
Manufacturing sales on Tuesday and wholesale sales figures on Thursday will influence.
For the week, however, August inflation figures due out on Wednesday will be key stat.
While the stats will influence, crude oil prices and OPEC’s monthly report will also provide direction.
The Loonie ended the week down 1.34% to C$1.2692 against the U.S Dollar.