There is just one significant one to take note, as highlighted in bold.
That said, with the euro coming under pressure after Putin's announcement on partial mobilisation earlier, the parity level isn't so much at play. But even if it was, it'll likely act as a cap on price action ahead of the Fed later in the day.
However, just take note that there will be a significantly large chunk rolling off tomorrow and on Friday as well at parity for EUR/USD - particularly the former. That might be a factor depending on the post-market reaction to the Fed.
For more information on how to use this data, you may refer to this post here.