Today the focus is on the growing oil demand, post-pandemic recovery, and the recent Bitcoin slip.
Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry releases its report on the Japan MoM Industrial Production. There are no common forecasts. Higher readings might give JPY a positive push.
Assets to trade: USD/JPY, GBP/JPY, AUD/JPY
The German ZEW releases its Economic Sentiment report. Forecast: 74.0. Higher than expected reading might give EUR a positive push.
Assets to trade: EUR/USD, EUR/CAD, EUR/GBP
The US Census Bureau releases its MoM report about Core Retail Sales levels. Forecast: -0.1%. Lower than expected readings might indicate a bearish tendency for USD.
Assets to trade: USD/JPY, USD/CAD, USD/AUD
US Airlines show signs of recovery as the number of bookings starts to rise. Affects Boeing
Bitcoin falls back sharply after setting a new price record at $61,781.33. Affects Bitcoin
Volkswagen announces its plan to expand its European electric vehicle production and infrastructure in an effort to overtake Tesla. Affects Tesla
The Chinese government has asked Alibaba Group Holding Ltd to dispose of its media assets, reports WSJ. Affects Alibaba
Brent reaches $70 as data shows the acceleration in the Chinese economic recovery. Affects Brent
As Bitcoin hit its all-time high on the weekends, breaching $61,000 amidst the news of the US stimulus checks and positive inflation, its rally was soon replaced with the downtrend, as its price seeks a new support level.
After Bitcoin breached a major resistance level of $61,000, it now faces a correction, facing the possibility of returning back to the $55,000 level.
After a short uptrend, AUD/NZD faces a correction and a return to the new support level.
After the end of the strong downtrend, AMD stock faces a correction, with a possibility of an uptrend in the future.