NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- As markets digest new information in the coming weeks, volatility will continue.This week, investors will look to nonfarm payroll data. With so much being tied into the U.S. employment situation, the level of job growth reported could determine whether monetary tightening in September is more or less appropriate. Also, this week, the Bank of England and European Central Bank will hold meetings, and along with the U.S. jobs report, will prompt heavy trading volume as central banks have played such an important role in influencing the directions of markets this year that keeping an eye on currency markets is essential. The first chart below is of PowerShares DB US Dollar Index Bullish ( UUP) over CurrencyShares Euro Trust ( FXE). According to a Reuters survey asking when the Fed will tighten easing measures, more than half of the economists polled stated September.