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Monday, 10th December

06:45 CHF Unemployment Rate

07:00 GER Imports/Exports

09:30 GBP Industrial Production

09:30 GBP Manufacturing Production

09:30 GBP Gross Domestic Product

13:30 CAD ADP Employment Change

Tuesday, 11th December

09:30 GBP Average Earnings including/excluding Bonus

09:30 GBP ILO Unemployment Rate

10:00 EUR ZEW Survey – Economic Sentiment

13:30 USD Producer Price Index

21:30 USD API Weekly Crude Oil Stock

Wednesday, 12th December

10:00 EUR Industrial Production

13:30 USD Consumer Price Index

15:30 USD EIA Crude Oil Stocks change

19:00 USD Monthly Budget Statement

Thursday, 13th December

01:00 AUD Consumer Inflation Expectation

07:00 GER Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices

07:00 GER Consumer Price Index

07:30 CHF SNB Press Conference

12:45 EUR ECB Interest Rate Decision

12:45 EUR ECB Deposit Rate Decision

13:30 EUR ECB Monetary Policy Statement and Press Conference

13:30 USD Initial Jobless Claims

13:30 USD Continuing Jobless Claims

13:30 CAD New Housing Price Index

Friday, 14th December

02:00 CNY Industrial Production

02:00 CNY Retail Sales

04:30 JPY Industrial Production

09:00 EUR Markit Services PMI

09:00 EUR Markit Manufacturing PMI

13:30 USD Retail Sales

14:15 USD Industrial Production

18:00 USD Baker Hughes Oil Rig Count



Tuesday, 11th December

Ashtead group PLC – Interim Results

Wednesday, 12th December

Dixons Carphone – Interim Results

Superdry PLC – Interim Results

British American Tobacco PLC – Trading Statement

John Wood Group PLC – Trading Statement

Thursday, 13th December

Purplebricks Group PLC – Interim Results

Sports Direct International PLC – Interim Results

Bunzl PLC – Trading Statement

Ocado Group PLC – Trading Statement

PZ Cussons PLC – Trading Statement

Serco Group PLC – Trading Statement

Friday, 14th December

Balfour Beatty PLC – Trading Statement

Market talks

Brexit, Deal or No Deal...?

Brexit’s Big Day of Reckoning... 

After what seems like a never-ending saga of back and forth and negotiations with the European Union, the big day of reckoning looms at the front of traders’ and investors’ minds alike next week. On Tuesday December 11th, British Prime Minister Theresa May will hope to get her Brexit deal pushed through the UK Parliament. Should Parliament vote in favour of the Government’s proposed plan for the UK and EU post-divorce in March 2019, markets may finally have some clarity about future relations. If however, the deal gets voted down, there could potentially be an enormous amount of uncertainty. The importance of this date and result is not to be underestimated. The final vote is expected to be announced circa 19:00/19:30 after European markets close. The most sensitive asset to be trading over this time will more than likely be GBPUSD. The EURUSD, UK 100 and Germany 30 also have a high probability of being volatile on Tuesday evening through to Wednesday morning.

Wall Street

Wall Street had a catastrophic trading day last week. At one point, the index was trading down over 800 points in a single session. A renewal of trade concerns stoked fears of a downturn in the United States, the world’s largest economy. Investors could start to question whether the truce agreed by the United States and China on their trade dispute would lead to a long-term deal. Fundamental updates on this subject will be key to watch out for throughout the week due to the recent impact they’ve had on global markets - particularly US indices.


EURUSD will be the main focus later in the week on Thursday, when the European Central Bank (ECB) will update markets on the latest Interest Rate Decision at 12:45. Although no change is expected, the volatility is likely to follow during the Monetary Policy Statement and Press Conference at 13:30. All eyes and ears will be monitoring whether the ECB plans on sticking to its commitment of ending its lucrative asset purchase programme at the end of December. Clues for and against this could have an impact on the value of the EUR.

Brent Crude

Brent Crude stabilised last week but continued to trade near the lowest levels seen in 2018 over concerns that supply will exceed demand in 2019 as economic growth slows. EIA Crude Oil Stocks Change will be important data to watch on Wednesday at 15:30 to see if the downturn will continue or support a relief rally.


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