[B]We start the week with several interesting events; lets see what awaits us today.[/B]
In Europe, European Central Bank (ECB) Jean-Claude Trichet, due to speak about the European Central Banks 2009 Annual Report at the European Parliament, in Strasbourg; influence the euros value and subtle clues regarding future monetary policy
In Europe, Consumer Confidence, Survey of about 2,300 consumers in Eurozone countries which asks respondents to rate the relative level of past and future economic conditions, including personal financial situation, employment, inflation, and climate for major purchases, indicates pessimism with -10 points.
For more on the Euro, read the [URL="http://www.forexcrunch.com/category/forex-weekly-outlook/eur-usd-outlook/"][B]EUR/USD forecast[/B][/URL]
In New Zealand, Visitor Arrivals, short-term overseas visitors who arrived in the country is about 0.9% like on the previous month. Tourism plays an important role in the economy about 10% of the population is employed by the tourism industry, and a sizable portion of the nations GDP is indirectly related to tourism
Thats it for today. Happy forex trading!
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