Here's what is coming up in the US session this week.
With the week looking quiet, Monday does bring ECB's Pres. Lagarde giving introductory remarks at the European Parliament's Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee at 10:45AM ET. This follows the ECB rate decision last week.
We also do have the US Consumer Credit at 15:00 ET.
08:30 AM ET brings us thee US International trade and Canadian Trade Balance data.
ECB's Villeroy is also due to make remarks at 12:00PM ET, before the day closes off with the weekly US API Stock Change data at 16:30 ET.
At 08:10 AM ET we have BoE's Pill speaking, followed by BoC's Gravelle at 10:00AM ET.
Wednesday brings the only two Fed speakers of the week thus far, with Fed's Bowman speaking at 10:30 AM ET, as well as the US EIA data.
Following that, Fed's Mester speaks at 12:00PM ET. BoC's Gov. Tiff Macklem is also due to speak at 12:00PM ET.
Pre-market on Thursday brings Twitter's $TWTR earnings.
ECB's Lane starts the day speaking at 08:15AM ET, followed by the important release of the week.
US CPI data is coming at 08:30 AM ET Thursday,
" The consumer price index probably jumped 7.3% in January from a year ago, the largest annual advance since early 1982, according to the median projection in a Bloomberg survey of economists. Excluding volatile energy and food categories, the CPI is projected to have risen 5.9%." - Source: TIME https://time.com/6145580/u-s-inflation/
BoE's Gov. Bailey is also due to speak, this follows the BoE's choice to hike rates by 25 BP in last week's rate decision. BoE members voted 5/4 for a 25 BP hike, with four members voting for a 50 BP hike. Bailey may make comments about these discussions in this speech.
The end of the week is looking relatively quiet, with the University of Michigan data at 10:00AM ET & Baker Hughes data at 13:00 ET.