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ECONOMIC CALENDAR (all times are GMT)

  Monday, 6 May
  02:45 CNY Caixin Services PMI
  08:55 GER Markit PMI Composite
  08:55 GER Markit Services PMI
  09:00 EUR Markit PMI Composite
  09:00 EUR Markit Services PMI
  09:30 EUR Sintex Investor Confidence
  10:00 EUR Retail Sales
 

Tuesday, 7 May
  01:30 JPY Markit Services PMI
  01:30 JPY Nikkei Manufacturing PMI
  01:30 AUD Retail Sales
  05:30 AUD RBA Interest Rate Decision
  05:30 AUD RBA Rate Statement
  07:00 GER Factory Orders
  08:30 GBP Halifax House Prices
  13:55 USD Redbook Index
  15:00 CAD Ivey Purchasing Managers Index
  21:00 NZD Monetary Policy Statement
  21:00 NZD RBNZ Press Conference
  21:30 USD API Weekly Crude Oil Stock
 

Wednesday, 8 May
  00:50 JPY BoJ Policy meeting Minutes
  03:00 NZD RBNZ Interest Rate Decision
  03:00 NZD RBNZ Rate Statement
  03:00 CNY Imports
  03:00 CNY Exports
  03:00 CNY Trade Balance
  03:00 NZD RBNZ Press Conference
  06:45 CHF Unemployment Rate
  07:00 GER Industrial Production
  08:00 EUR Non-Monetary Policy ECB Meeting
  15:30 USD EIA Crude Oil Stocks Change
 

Thursday, 9 May
  02:30 CNY Producer Price Index
  02:30 CNY Consumer Price Index
  06:00 JPY Consumer Confidence
  13:30 USD Producer Price Index
  13:30 USD Producer Price Index ex Food & Energy
  13:30 USD Trade Balance
  13:30 USD Continuing Jobless Claims
  13:30 USD Initial Jobless Claims
  13:30 CAD International Merchandise Trade
  13:30 CAD Imports
  13:30 CAD Exports
  22:30 NZD Business NZ PMI
  23:45 NZD Electronic Card Retail Sales
 

Friday, 10 May
  00:50 JPY Overall Household Spending
  00:50 JPY Foreign Investment in Japan Stocks
  02:30 AUD Investment Lending for Homes
  02:30 AUD Home Loans
  02:30 AUD RBA Monetary Policy Statement
  07:00 GER Imports
  07:00 GER Exports
  07:00 GER Trade Balance
  09:30 GBP Gross Domestic Product
  09:30 GBP Manufacturing Production
  09:30 GBP Industrial Production
  13:30 USD Consumer Price Index
  13:30 USD Consumer Price Index ex Food & Energy
  13:30 CAD Unemployment Rate
  13:30 CAD Net Change in Employment
  13:30 CAD Average Hourly Earnings
  18:00 USD Baker Hughes Oil Rig Count
  19:00 USD Monthly Budget Statement


Market talks

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Gold
Gold prices   bounced as risk-off hit the markets after the remarks by Trump that there are   delays in the deal with China and new tariffs will be in effect from this   Friday. The gold price is approaching major short-term resistance at $1,290   area. We are still inside the neckline area of $1,280-90 and below the blue   trend line resistance. Bulls need to be careful as long as we remain below   $1,290. $1,300 is also a very important junction for Gold. Rejection will   lead to $1,250-$1,220.
 

GBP/USD
A slight increase in optimism that Brexit could be resolved in a harmonious   manor, as well as dovish commentary from the Federal Reserve last week saw   the GBP pick up from 5-week lows against the USD. The coming week sees   important data out from both economies on Friday with Gross domestic Product   figures from the UK in the morning, followed by a major gauge of inflation   from the US in the form of Consumer Price Index. Generally speaking, for both   numbers, a higher than expected reading could be viewed as positive for the   relating currency, whereas a lower than expected number could be viewed as   negative.
 

Oil
Last week saw Brent Crude come off 2019 highs, as oil inventories showed a   higher than expected build in storage levels. The decline was somewhat limited,   however as the crisis in Venezuela intensified along with tightening US   sanctions on Iran gave investors hope that supply might not outweigh demand   in the near future. With this in mind, storage levels remain a key driver for   short term volatility so next week’s API Weekly Crude Oil Stock data on   Tuesday and EIA Crude Oil Stocks Change on Wednesday will be important to   watch for any changes in storage levels.

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