News which could have some market moving impact for the week of Feb 7th, 2022.
Feb 8th through the 15th - Chinese Money Supply and New Loans
Previous Money Supply: 9%
Previous New Loans: 1130B
Given China is the second largest economy now, I think these numbers are worth keeping an eye on.
Feb 7th - ECB S& RBNZ Presidents Speak
I don't think these speaches will have major impacts on the markets, but should be on your radar since everyone is watching bank policies lately.
Feb 8th - US Trade Balance
This may have a muted impact because it's a duplicate of the Goods Trade Balance data.
Feb 8th - New Zealand Inflation Expectations
Reserve Bank of New Zealand's inflation expectations.
Feb 9th - US Crude Oil Inventories, and Bank Member Speeches
Previous US Crude Oil Inventories: -1.0M
Bowman and Mester from the FOMC will be sepaking, and Macklem from the BOC Gov will speak.
Feb 9th - US 10y Bond Auction
This will be good to watch because it will impact interest rates.
US CPI (prev: 0.5%)
Core US CPI (prev: 0.6%)
US Unemployment Claims (prev: 238K)
US Mortgage Delinquencies (prev: 4.88%)
US 30-y Bond Auction (prev: 2.08|2.40)
BOE Gov Bailey Speaks
RBA Gov Lowe Speaks
Lots of data to lookout for on this day. Biggest impacts I see will be from CPI, 30y bonds, and banker speeches.
Prelim UoM Consumer Sentiment (prev: 67.2)
Given this is prelimary, I don't expect much market impact form this.