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Webinar: FX Week Ahead w/ Sr. Currency Strategist Christopher Vecchio

Webinar: FX Week Ahead w/ Sr. Currency Strategist Christopher Vecchio

Christopher Vecchio, CFA, Senior Strategist

Webinar Schedule for Week of March 5 to March 10, 2017

Monday, 7:30 EST/12:30 GMT: FX Week Ahead: Strategy for Major Event Risk

Wednesday, 6:00 EST/11:00 GMT: Trading Q&A

Thursday, 6:00 EST/11:00 GMT: Central Bank Weekly

Thursday, 7:30 EST/12:30 GMT: Live Event Coverage: ECB Rate Decision

Friday, 8:15 EST/13:15 GMT: Live Event Coverage: US NFPs

In this webinar I discuss the major data due over the coming week and how they will impact FX markets.

Topics covered include:

- Why have Fed rate hike odds jumped so quickly? NFPs are the only thing standing in the way of a March rate hike.

- What's more important for the Euro this week - the ECB meeting or developments around the French elections?

- AUD/JPY and AUD/USD to remain volatile thanks to RBA rate decision, Chinese CPI.

Read more: Busy Week Ahead for FX Markets with RBA, ECB, and US NFPs Due

--- Written by Christopher Vecchio, Senior Currency Strategist

To contact Christopher Vecchio, e-mail cvecchio@dailyfx.com

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