March 22 – US home sales data for February.
March 23 – Brazil central bank (COPOM) monetary policy committee releases minutes from latest meeting, which will give insight into the recent decision to hike rates by 75 basis points.
March 23 – Israel to hold its fourth Knesset election in two years.
March 24 – UK CPI data for February.
March 24 – US Fed chief Jerome Powell testifies to Joint Economic Committee on monetary policy; session includes a question-and-answer portion.
March 25 – US jobless claims data.
March 26 – UK retail sales for February.
March 26 – US federal budget numbers scheduled to be released, providing further details on what has become a yawning budget deficit. According to the Congressional Budget Office, the US federal deficit will hit $2.3 trillion in fiscal year 2021 – and that’s before the latest $1.9 trillion stimulus bill is taken into account.