Here is what's on the board
- EUR/USD: 1.2000 (EUR 1.0bn), 1.2200 (1.0bn), 1.2175-80 (499m), 1.2250 (482m), 1.2350 (2.3bn)
- USD/JPY: 108.00 (USD 925m)
- USD/CAD: 1.2600 (USD 630m)
- EUR/GBP: 0.8625 (EUR 380m), 0.8650 (366m), 0.8700 (360m), 0.8745 (203m)
An update to Eamonn's post earlier. The key ones are highlighted in bold. Of which I can only see one which is relevant to current price action, being EUR/USD at 1.2200.
That should be a magnet for price action until we get a strong catalyst in the market - at this time it is looking more towards the dollar side of the equation for that - to drive prices away from where we are now.
As Eamonn also pointed out here
, on Thursday there will also be a large expiry at the figure level so that will be one to watch out for. But then again, we'll have the ECB meeting before that so that will be the more important risk event.
For more info on how to use this data, you may refer to this post here