Economic Calendar: BOE Slashes Rates

US markets rise on stimulus hopes

CPI data is expected to remain on the same level

BOE lowers interest rates. Annual budget release may further increase volatility on Cable

US equities rebound on Tuesdays as a White House official provided more information’s regarding President Trump’s proposed stimulus measures. Besides 0% payroll tax rate President Trump also considers government help for the shale industry due to sinking oil prices.

BOE is another central bank that has decided to cut interest rates.

CPI data from the US and Annual Budget Release from the UK are the main data published today.

However economic releases should have little impact on the markets as the ongoing spread of the corona virus remain investors’ main concern. Germany chancellor Merkel is scheduled to speak on coronavirus today at 10:30 GMT.

09:30 am GMT – GDP data from UK for January. Expected: 0.2%

09:30 am GMT – Manufacturing production from UK for January. Expected: 0.2%

10:30 am GMT – Chancellor Merkel press conference

11:30 am GMT – United Kingdom Annual Budget Release

12:30 pm GMT – CPI DATA from the US



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