There will be several significant market reports for June that will more than likely cause major volatility, including the UK election next week (June 8th). Things will likely kick off with the Non-Farm Employment report this Friday, June 2nd.
Significant Market Reports for June
Although the last couple of weeks have been relatively slow, June may be quite active because of the upcoming market reports. This Friday, the Non-Farm Employment will be released at 8:30 am and markets typically react violently with it. Additionally, we have already seen major swings in the British Pound and their election is scheduled for Thursday, June 8th, which coincides with the Euro Minimum Bid Rate and Press Conference at 8:30 am.
Then on June 14th, we have the quad FOMC — FOMC Economic Projections, FOMC Statement, Federal Funds Rate, and FOMC Press conference. On the following day, we have the Swiss Franc Libor Rate and SNB Press Conference at 3:30 am and the British Pound Official Bank Rate and Monetary Policy Summary at 7am. The Bank of Japan Policy Rate and Press Conference is tentatively scheduled for early morning Friday, as well.
While the last two weeks of June should be relatively quiet, the first two weeks are likely to provide many opportunities for low risk entries on both binary options and spreads.