Greece has submitted the latest updated reforms list - 18 in total, ahead of April 9th deadline, when Greece is due to pay €450m to the IMF. Read more
Friday ended up being choppy but with little direction coming from either the below par US GDP reading or from what Janet Yellen had to say, which was really nothing that awe did not already know. Rates will probably rise later on this year Read more
The EUR/USD surged up to 1.0940 late Friday, finding some late demand on the back of FED's Yellen conference about monetary policy, in where she remarked that rates will be gradually rose... Read more
EUR German Consumer Price Index (Mon): Data rebounded in February, up 0.1% monthly basis and 0.9% YoY. Harmonized inflation fell 0.1% compared to an year earlier, reflecting deflationary risk are not yet over.
GBP Gross Domestic Product (Tue): According to official data, the UK's GDP grew 0.5% in the fourth quarter of 2014, against previous of 0.7%. This is the final revision of those numbers, expected to remain unchanged.
JPY Tankan Manufacturing (Tue): Manufacturing sentiment is seen improving in March, as current business conditions is likely to come in at 14, up from 12 in the December's Tankan amid a weakening yen.
USD Non-farm Payrolls (Fri): The US employment sector has added 295K new jobs last month, whilst unemployment rate slipped to 5.5%, a six-year low. Figures are expected in line, with weak wages being the main downward risk.
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