The confrontation between China and the United States continues to worry investors. Even though the US administration plans to meet with the Chinese delegation next month, analysts do not expect a quick solution to the trade conflict. Economic calendar 17:00 (GMT+3) Canada
This week, protests in Hong Kong and the protracted trade conflict between the US and China may continue to influence financial markets. Economic calendar 11:30 (GMT + 3) The UK will submit two reports: Composite PMI and business index (July). Analysts suggest
On Friday, August 2, traders will follow Nonfarm Payrolls (NFP) reports being published in the United States. These data can cause volatility in financial markets, push US stock indices toward growth and support the dollar. Also, the unresolved US-Chinese conflict
On Wednesday, July 31, financial markets will follow the most important event of the month. In the evening, the US Federal Reserve will announce a monetary policy decision. Analysts are almost confident that the Fed will reduce the interest rate
This week, traders are awaiting a decision on the lending rate and further monetary policy of the US Federal Reserve. Investors suggest easing of the Fed's monetary policy. Economic calendar On Monday, there are no particularly important events in the economic calendar. Oil.