CPI and Retail Sales on Tap

With no economic data today, the Canadian dollar struggled for direction. However, the Loonie will have a plethora of data to choose from tomorrow with CPI, retail sales, and leading indicator all on tap. CPI monthly figures are expected to show an increase in inflationary pressures while estimated retails sales show easing inflation.

[B]Previous 24 hours:[/B]
There were no economic indicators scheduled for Canada over the last 24 hours.
[B]Next 24 hours:[/B]
[B]Consumer Price Index /B (JUL)
Expected: 0.1%
Previous: -0.2%
[B]Consumer Price Index /B (JUL)
Expected: 2.2%
Previous: 2.2%
[B]Bank of Canada CPI Core /B (JUL)
Expected: 0.1%
Previous: 0.0%
[B]Bank of Canada CPI Core /B (JUL)
Expected: 2.3%
Previous: 2.5%
[B]Leading Indicators /B (JUL)
Expected: 0.3%
Previous: 0.2%
[B]Retail Sales /B (JUN)
Expected: -0.5%
Previous: 2.8%
[B]Retail Sales Less Autos /B (JUN)
Expected: -0.3%
Previous: 2.3%

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