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Economic data for the week ahead will remain somewhat quiet with only the Bank of Japan due to hold its monetary policy meeting on Friday.
On the data front, the U.S. retail sales, producer prices index and inflation data, some of which cover the month of January are due this week.
The impact of the December/January partial government shutdown continues to weigh on this week’s economic releases, with most of them still due for January.
The markets continue to closely watch the developments from the UK as the March 29th deadline for Brexit edges closer. The UK will be releasing its monthly GDP report alongside the industrial, manufacturing and construction output reports.
Data from Australia, New Zealand and most of the eurozone this week remains quiet.
Here’s a quick recap of what’s to come in the currency markets this week.
Bank of Japan – No changes expected
The Bank of Japan will...
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