Jobless claims and Philly FED Manufacturing numbers will draw interest on Thursday ahead of private sector PMIs on Friday.
Expect the jobless claims and services PMI to have the most influence on the markets.
On Thursday, Fed Chair Powell is due to speak. Expect any chatter on the economy and monetary policy to provide direction.
In the week ending April-15, the Dollar Spot Index rose by 0.71% to 100.500.
For the EUR:
Eurozone industrial production and trade data, together with German wholesale inflation, will be in focus on Wednesday.
On Thursday, finalized Eurozone inflation and flash consumer confidence figures will also draw interest.
At the end of the week, prelim April private sector PMIs for France, Germany, and the Eurozone will be the key stats. While the headline numbers will influence, expect inflation, new orders, and supply chain updates to draw plenty of attention.
At the end of the week, ECB President Lagarde is due to speak.
For the week, the EUR fell by 0.62% to $1.0810.
For the Pound:
Retail sales and private sector PMIs, due out on Friday, will be the key stats of the week.
Expect the retail sales and services sector PMI to have the most influence.
On Friday, BoE Gov. Bailey is due to speak, with any monetary policy chatter to influence the Pound.
The Pound rose by 0.27% to end the week at $1.3060.
For the Loonie:
On Wednesday, inflation figures will draw plenty of interest, with a further pickup in inflationary pressures supporting another BoC rate hike.
On Friday, retail sales will also influence.
The Loonie ended the week down 0.30% to C$1.2610 against the U.S Dollar.