The dollar made an impressing comeback at the end of a very eventful week. Will this continue? German ZEW Economic Sentiment, a rate decision in Canada, employment data in Australia and US housing figures are the highlights of this week. Here is an outlook on the main events in the week ahead.
Last week, the European Central Bank President Mario Draghi communicated calm and satisfaction with the central bank’s LTRO program saying it has successfully combated credit erosion. That move only provided temporary calm to the markets, until the massive downgrade by S&P for euro-zone countries and the collapse of talks between Greece and the banks. Also US data is beginning to worsen.
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