The Bank of Japan is reportedly anticipated to reduce its price and economic outlooks for the next fiscal years at a quarterly appraisal that is scheduled in April. The bank is trimming its growth outlook citing the failure of its previous stimulus pack.
While the fall in the oil prices is generally regarded as positive for many businesses, it has a major influence on inflation expectations, interest rates and bond prices at the global level.
Next week the RBNZ is going to release its financial stability report and on Tuesday Governor Graeme Wheeler is scheduled to speak. BOE quarterly inflation report & US unemployment claims, retail sales and consumer sentiment are to be released in the upcoming week.
This is a summary of key economic events and central bank speeches, likely to affect the global economy through the foreign exchange, equity and debt markets.