Morning, Traders!
It is Monday the 20th of November, here is what to look out for today.

The Japanese yen and New Zealand dollar outperformed major currency pairs, while the dollar declined against all of its Group-of-10 counterparts as expectations mount that the Federal Reserve is drawing closer to the conclusion of its interest-rate hikes.

According to analysts, consumers anticipate spending an average of $567 during the Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping events, a 13% increase from last year, as they search out the greatest deals despite economic concerns such as rising costs and rising interest rates.

According to Fidelity Investments research released today, Americans are increasingly using their retirement funds to meet housing and medical expenditures as the cost of living rises.


09:00 ET

BoE Article on Financial Stability

11:30 ET
US sells $75 bln 3-Month Bills
US sells $68 bln 6-Month Bills

13:00 ET
US sells $16 bln 20-Year Bonds


12:00 ET
Richmond Fed President Barkin speaks in an interview on Fox Business.

13:45 ET
Bank of England Governor Bailey gives the Henry Plumb memorial lecture.

14:00 ET
Bank of France Governor Villeroy speaks at the Society of Professional Economists in London


Good luck!