There were no releases from the eurozone yesterday, which was perhaps just as well given how scene-stealing Brexit and the Federal Reserve’s interest rate decision was. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the euro weakened a little against sterling and the dollar, but the moves were minimal to say the least. The good news is that this was driven by events elsewhere, as opposed to negative economic data from the eurozone.
However, today is a little more hectic, with business and consumer confidence, as well as economic, industrial and services sentiment set for release. We will also see the German inflation rate for September and the European Central Bank’s economic bulletin.