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AHEAD OF THE WEEK: 10 – 14 February 2014

Here is our round-up of the key trading events for the 10th to the 7th of February. The week has a limited amount of notable indicators, but they are of upmost importance, so keep a close eye on the events below.

[Note: All times stated are GMT] 


Only one important, tradable event at 17:50: the Bank of Canada’s Deputy Governor John Murray is scheduled to give a speech to the Sudbury Chamber of Commerce. As always, when central bankers speak, the markets listen. However, in this case Bank De Binary clients can get a sneak peek at the text of Murray’s speech 15 minutes before it happens. At 17:35 go to this URL and steal a march on other traders of the USD/CAD:


Once again, the day brings us just one event of note, but it’s one not to miss: at 15:00 the Federal Reserve’s new chair, Janet Yellen, makes her first testimony before the House Financial Services Committee since taking office earlier this month. This is a must-trade event for anyone who follows the euro/dollar. 


Central bankers continue to dominate today. The Bank of England’s Mark Carney will hold a press conference at 10:30, and this is followed by a speech by European Central Bank President Mario Draghi at 15:30 - always important to hear.


We start the day with two pieces of employment data from Australia: Unemployment Change and Unemployment Rate, both scheduled for release in the very early morning at 12:30. 

At 13:30 in the afternoon, U.S. Core Retail Sales and Unemployment Claims come out. We close with the second and final day of Janet Yellen’s testimony to the HFSC. Fed Chair Yellen testifies at 15:00.


After a week of second guessing the central bankers, we turn once more to the market-moving power of cold, hard data. Canadian Manufacturing Sales figures are out at 13:30, followed by the University of Michigan’s U.S. Consumer Sentiment report at 14:55.

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