I believe that the Bank of Japan will leave the monetary policy unchanged and I will support the dollar. The Japanese economy is affected by the slowdown in the growth of foreign economies such as China, as well as the development of the situation around Brexit's exit.
News block with high volatility. I believe that the indicator will remain at the same level, below expectations, and the unemployment rate will remain at about 3.8%, wages are still growing, but their growth rates have slowed over the past few months
News block with high volatility. I believe that the figure will increase, continue the growth begun in December and give a boost to the euro. According to a recent ZEW survey conducted by the Center for European Economic Research, German investor sentiment improved significantly in December than expected.
I believe that the indicator will grow, but will remain in negative territory. Manufacturing sales in Canada fell 0.7% in October after falling 0.2% in September, and were worse than expected. Oil product sales saved growth as oil refineries increased production after shutdowns for maintenance in September
I will assume the growth of the pair, as the indicator is expected to decrease. Borrowed funds in November 2019 amounted to 5.6 billion pounds, and was the largest loan in two years. The need for cash by the central government in the current fiscal year was much greater than for the same period last year.
I will assume that the increase in energy prices has returned to positive territory. In Canada, the increase in inflation compared to October was due to the fact that energy prices in November showed their first annual increase since April, the annual inflation rate remained stable at 1.9 percent.
I suppose that the rate will remain at 1.75%, I will support the Canadian. Last year, the central bank left its base rate at 1.75% amid softening by some of its key peers, including the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank.