The European Central Bank was just a teaser! Plenty more central banker action this week, amongst other things:

TUESDAY 14 March 2017:

China

  • February industrial production, fixed-asset investment growth & retail sales

WEDNESDAY 15 March:

U.S.:

  • Inflation and retail sales data for February
  • Oh yeah ... and its Federal Reserve FOMC decision day! :-D. A hike is very widely expected. And don't miss the statement & press conference

THURSDAY 16 March:

Japan:

  • BOJ announcement, likely no change (Kuroda presser to follow later)

Switzerland:

  • Swiss National Bank decision day (expected to keep its key deposit rate at minus 0.75% ... be wary for a cut given the CHF persistent strength ... at the very least watch for Mr. T Jordan to call the currency "significantly overvalued")

UK

  • Bank of England - no change expected

FRIDAY 17 March:

St. Patricks Day ... long Guinness! (ps. that was the green day reference in the title in case you were wondering)

Oh, and the G20 meeting kicks off ... 2-day meeting

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ps. there is plenty of other stuff happening this week - the Dutch election on Wednesday for one ... and more!

What have I missed that you're watching?