The most important event of this week will be trade negotiations between the United States and Japan. Negotiations will be held in Washington, they will hold the ministers of economy of the two countries. This is a meeting of long-standing trading partners, so problems with the subsequent ratification of the agreements reached are not expected. This should help strengthen the rates of both the dollar and the yen.
Also, the economic negotiations of China with the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. This usually does not lead to large movements in the currency markets.
Thus, the upcoming week is expected to calm for trade. You should also note that the trading week will be short due to the beginning of the celebration of Catholic Easter on Friday, and the next Monday of April 22 will also be a day off.