The international financial markets will focus on the federal policy meeting the last report in the next week, and the investors are looking for more hints about signing increasing the American interest price, and about how’s the planning of Central Bank about balance program.
And the shares are waiting for the main economic data in the United States and issued the monthly report of non-agricultural jobs on Friday which it will be in the light circle.
The following is the most important economic events for this week:
– Release of NFP report
On Friday In June at 8:30 am Local time 12:30 GMT the American work ministry will issue its report about the non-agricultural jobs.
And the expectation is waiting for issues the jobs growth data by 180.000 this month, after the increasing by 138.000 in May, and the expectation is the unemployment rate to be at 4.3%, and the expectation for increasing the average income in one hour by 0.3% after it achieved 0.2% before one month.
The speech of the England Bank governor Carney –
The England bank governor Mark Carney will speak at the financial stable Commission in Frankfort German at 12:00 GMT/ 8:00 am ET and Carney speak again in twenty group meeting in German Hamburg on Friday.
And his comments will observe to get any new indexes about the monetary and the England Bank time of increasing the next interest prices.
– Canadian Employment Data
Canada will release employment data for June at 8:30 am local time\ 12:30 GMT on Friday.
The data is expected to show that the economy gained 15,000 jobs last month, after an increase of 54,500 in May, while the unemployment rate is expected to remain unchanged at 6.6%.
In addition to the jobs report, Canada will publish monthly trade data, building permits, and industrial survey closely.
Expectations await a rate hike at the Bank of Canada meeting on July 12 after Governor Stephen Booz confirmed last week that his 2015 cuts had done its job.
5. the Australian Reserve Bank policy meeting.
The Reserve Bank of Australia’s latest interest rate decision is due to be released on Tuesday at 4:30 GMT.
Most economists expect the central bank to keep interest rates unchanged at the current 1.5 percent level for the 10th consecutive meeting and maintain its neutral stance in politics, balancing the risk of rising household debt from weak inflation and wage growth.