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20 May - 26 May 2024

May

20

Monday

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0:00
CAD
Victoria Day - - - -
8:00
EUR
Trade Balance - - -
Spanish Trade Balance is a report reflecting the difference between national exports and imports, as well as the movement of capital over a selected period. Economists use the Trade Balance to evaluate the structure of trade flows between countries. This is a macroeconomic indicator which offers information about the economic situation in the country as a whole, allows you to find out all the income the country received from other countries, for example, in the form of imports and exports of goods, services, capital or transfers over a certain period of time. Read More
8:30
HKD
Unemployment Rate 3-Months - 3.0% 3.0%
Unemployment Rate 3-month represents a percentage change in the total number of unemployed Hong Kong citizens over the past three months. Unemployed citizens include persons older than 15 years of age, who have not had paid employment over the last 7 days. The calculation includes citizens who have been seeking employment for the past 30 days, as well as those who stopped searching (reflected in the report as "discouraged workers"). The indicator values are seasonally adjusted. A higher than expected reading growth can indicate a decline in the population purchasing power, which in turn may affect the Hong Kong dollar quotes negatively. Read More
11:30
BRL
BCB Focus Market Report - - -
The Focus Market Bulletin seeks to guide the Brazilian market with the most crucial information of the economy, seeking to visualize the economic future of Brazil. It is a document published weekly by the Central Bank of Brazil. Read More
12:50
EUR
3-Month BTF Auction - - -
3-Month BTF Auction represents the percentage yield of BTF Treasury bills maturing in three months. Since the yield rate can reflect France's government debt situation, an increase in the rate may precede the economic growth, while its decrease can be seen as an indication of a slowdown. Read More
12:50
EUR
6-Month BTF Auction - - -
6-Month BTF Auction represents the percentage yield of BTF Treasury bills maturing in six months. Since the yield rate can reflect France's government debt situation, an increase in the rate may precede the economic growth, while its decrease can be seen as an indication of a slowdown. Read More
12:50
EUR
12-Month BTF Auction - - -
12-Month BTF Auction represents the percentage yield of BTF Treasury bills maturing in twelve months. Since the yield rate can reflect France's government debt situation, an increase in the rate may precede the economic growth, while its decrease can be seen as an indication of a slowdown. Read More
15:30
USD
3-Month Bill Auction - - -
3-Month Bill Auction represents the percentage yield of Treasury bills maturing in 3 months. Since the yield rate can reflect the US government debt situation, an increase in the rate may precede the economic growth, while its decrease can be seen as an indication of a slowdown. Read More
15:30
USD
6-Month Bill Auction - - -
6-Month Bill Auction represents the percentage yield of Treasury bills maturing in six months. Since the yield rate can reflect the US government debt situation, an increase in the rate may precede the economic growth, while its decrease can be seen as an indication of a slowdown. Read More
21:00
KRW
Consumer Confidence - - -
The Consumer Confidence Index reflects individuals' expectations concerning the economic activity. It is calculated based on a monthly survey of households, which includes consumers' opinion on the following: general economic situation in South Korea, respondents' own financial condition, as well as their saving and spending intentions. The survey participants give an estimate of trends over the past twelve months and a forecast for the next twelve months. The short-term outlook of the South Korean economy is measured based on the Consumer Confidence Index. Read More

May

21

Tuesday

Actual
Forecast
Previous
2:30
AUD
RBA Meeting Minutes - - -
Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) Meeting Minutes are published 11 times a year, two weeks after each meeting. They provide RBA board members' explanations to the monetary policy decision. The minutes also contain insights into the economic conditions that influence the decision and into expected short-term monetary policy changes. Read More
3:00
NZD
RBNZ Credit Card Spending y/y - 3.7% 1.4%
RBNZ Credit Card Spending y/y reflect changes in credit card transactions made by individuals in the current month compared to the same month of the previous year. The indicator growth can have a positive effect on NZD quotes. Read More
4:30
NOK
Consumer Confidence - -36.2 -26.6 -
6:00
EUR
PPI m/m - -0.2% 0.2%
The Producer Price Index (PPI) measures the domestic price changes of energy and water supply, mining and manufacturing in the Federal Republic of Germany in the given month compared to previous month. The reference figure for the overall index is the sum of all domestic commercial sales in the base year (currently: 2015), as reported mainly by the monthly reports of the mining and manufacturing industries. Thus, sales between commercial enterprises are also taken into account. In simplified terms, the index can be regarded as a weighted average of price changes with a base year = 100, calculated for a representative selection of industrial products. The index weights correspond to the sales of the respective products in the base year. Read More
6:00
EUR
PPI y/y - -2.4% -2.9%
The Producer Price Index (PPI) measures the domestic price changes of energy and water supply, mining and manufacturing in the Federal Republic of Germany in the given month compared to the same month of the previous year. The reference figure for the overall index is the sum of all domestic commercial sales in the base year (currently: 2015), as reported mainly by the monthly reports of the mining and manufacturing industries. Thus, sales between commercial enterprises are also taken into account. In simplified terms, the index can be regarded as a weighted average of price changes with a base year = 100, calculated for a representative selection of industrial products. The index weights correspond to the sales of the respective products in the base year. Read More
6:00
SEK
Capacity Utilization q/q - -0.2% -1.3% -
8:00
EUR
Current Account - €​33.6 B €​29.5 B
The current account is an important part of a country's balance of payments. The balance of payments systematically records all economic transactions between residents and non-residents over a defined period, usually one year. On the one hand, the current account shows whether the volume of payment flows has increased and whether there is a surplus or deficit in the balance of payments. These are important indicators of an economy and also of the EU. Read More
9:00
EUR
Construction Output m/m - 0.4% 1.8%
Construction Output m/m shows the volume of production (in monetary terms) and activity in the construction sector of the euro area for the given month compared to the previous one. The calculation includes construction in private and civil engineering (such as bridges, public buildings, etc.) sectors. The indicator is based on seasonally adjusted figures. Also, the value is inflationary adjusted. Read More
9:00
EUR
Construction Output y/y - -0.6% -0.4%
Construction Output y/y shows the volume of production and activity in the construction sector of the euro area for the given month compared to the same month of the previous year. The calculation includes construction in private and civil engineering (such as bridges, public buildings, etc.) sectors. The indicator is based on seasonally adjusted figures. Also, the value is inflationary adjusted. Since the accurate account of construction volumes is rather problematic, the index is measured based on several indicators: Read More
9:00
EUR
Trade Balance - €​16.5 B €​17.9 B
The Trade Balance shows a change between exports and imports in the eurozone over a selected period. Economists use the Trade Balance to evaluate the structure of trade flows between countries. First, the trade balance is calculated for individual eurozone Member States, and then the balances are compiled into a single figure. The Trade Balance is seasonally adjusted, so trade flows can be properly estimated from season to season. Read More
9:00
EUR
Trade Balance n.s.a. - €​22.9 B €​23.6 B
The Trade Balance n.s.a. reflects a change between exports and imports in the eurozone over a selected period. Economists use the Trade Balance to evaluate the structure of trade flows between countries. First, the trade balance is calculated for individual eurozone Member States, and then the balances are compiled into a single figure. The calculation is complicated, since different methodologies are used for collecting data and calculating indicators in different EU countries. However, the trade balance is considered an important indicator of development and the vector of trade flows. Read More
9:30
EUR
5-Year Note Auction - - 98.55%
The Finance Agency of the Federal Republic of Germany plans and organizes the financing of the federal budget and its special funds through the issuance of nominal interest-bearing German Government securities such as Federal Treasury notes, Federal notes and Federal bonds. In the case of such securities, the issuer undertakes to make a fixed annual interest payment (coupon) and to repay the debt at nominal value at the end of the term. Because interest is paid only once a year, the accrued interest is included in the purchase and sale. The bonds tend to have a longer term. As the regular interest payments on these securities are generally constant over the term of the bond, their issue price or trading price is used to determine a current market interest rate. Read More
12:30
CAD
CPI m/m - 0.4% 0.6%
Canada Consumer Price Index (CPI) m/m shows the change in prices of a fixed basket of goods and services from the consumer perspective, in the reported month compared to the previous month. The basket contains goods and services of unchanging or equivalent quality and quantity, therefore the index shows only a pure price change. Read More
12:30
CAD
CPI y/y - 2.3% 2.9%
Canada Consumer Price Index y/y reflects the change in prices of a fixed basket of goods and services from the consumer perspective in the reported month compared to the same month of the previous year. The basket contains goods and services of unchanging or equivalent quality and quantity, therefore the index shows only a pure price change. Read More
12:30
CAD
Core CPI m/m - 0.4% 0.5%
Canada Core Consumer Price Index (CPI) m/m shows the change in prices of a fixed basket of goods and services from the consumer perspective, in the reported month compared to the previous month. The basket contains goods and services of unchanging or equivalent quality and quantity, therefore the index shows only a pure price change. Food and energy prices are excluded from the index calculation due to their high volatility. Read More
12:30
CAD
Core CPI y/y - 2.3% 2.0%
Canada Core Consumer Price Index y/y reflects the change in prices of a fixed basket of goods and services from the consumer perspective in the reported month compared to the same month of the previous year. The basket contains goods and services of unchanging or equivalent quality and quantity, therefore the index shows only a pure price change. Food and energy prices are excluded from the index calculation due to their high volatility. Read More
12:30
CAD
Common CPI y/y - 2.6% 2.9%
Common Consumer Price Index y/y reflects common changes in prices of 55 components included in CPI calculation. The change as compared to the previous month is calculated in percentage. The index evaluates a basket of goods and services, which account for a larger share of household expenditures. Common CPI is one of the key measures of consumer sentiment and national inflation. Common CPI growth can be seen as positive for the Canadian dollar quotes. Read More
12:30
CAD
Median CPI y/y - 2.9% 2.8%
Median Consumer Price Index y/y reflects changes in prices corresponding to the 50th percentile (in CPI basket weights) of distribution of changes in prices for 55 CPI components. The change as compared to the same month of the previous year is calculated. The index evaluates a basket of goods and services, which account for a larger share of household expenditures. Median Common CPI serves as a measure of consumer sentiment and national inflation. Median CPI growth can be seen as positive for the Canadian dollar quotes. Read More
12:30
CAD
Trimmed CPI y/y - 3.1% 3.1%
Trimmed Consumer Price Index y/y reflects percentage changes in prices of goods and services from the consumer perspective, in the specified month compared to the same month of the previous year. The index evaluates a basket of goods and services, which account for the largest share of household expenditures. CPI components with the lowest monthly rates of price change are excluded from the calculation. Trimmed CPI serves as a measure of consumer sentiment and national inflation. Trimmed CPI growth can be seen as positive for the Canadian dollar quotes. Read More
14:00
NZD
GDT Price Index - - -
GDT Price Index reflects a change in prices of dairy products in New Zealand. The indicator calculation covers the weighted average percentage of price changes for 9 types of products sold at the Global Dairy Trade auction, which is held twice a month. Read More
21:00
KRW
BOK Manufacturing BSI - - -
The Bank of Korea (BOK) Manufacturing BSI reflects general business conditions in South Korea from the perspective of industrial company managers. The indicator is calculated based on a survey, during which respondents assess current month conditions, sales and returns, as well as provide outlook for the next month. A higher than expected reading can affect the South Korean won quotes positively. Read More
21:00
KRW
PPI m/m - - -
Producer Price Index (PPI) m/m reflects the percentage change in selling prices for goods produced by South Korean industrial companies in the reported month compared to the previous one. The index is seen as a leading indicator of consumer price inflation. A higher than expected reading can be an indication of the South Korean won strengthening. Read More
21:00
KRW
PPI y/y - - -
Producer Price Index (PPI) y/y reflects average changes in selling prices received by domestic producers of goods and services in the specified month compared to the same month of the previous year. The producer price index is considered as a leading indicator of consumer price inflation, which in turn can considerably affect the general inflation level. A higher than expected reading can affect the South Korean won quotes positively. Read More
23:50
JPY
Core Machinery Orders m/m - 3.3% 7.7%
Japan's Core Machinery Orders m/m measures the amount of new orders received by Japanese Machinery companies in a reference month compared to the previous month. Shipbuilding and energy complex enterprises are excluded from the calculation due to the high volatility of orders for their products. Read More
23:50
JPY
Core Machinery Orders y/y - -2.3% -1.8%
Japan's Core Machinery Orders y/y reflect the volume of new orders received by Japanese machinery companies in a given month compared to the same month of the previous year. Shipbuilding and energy complex enterprises are excluded from the calculation due to the high volatility of orders for their products. Read More
23:50
JPY
Adjusted Trade Balance - ¥​-367.9 B ¥​-701.5 B
Japan's Adjusted Trade Balance Index shows difference between exports and imports. A positive value indicates a trade surplus, while a negative one hints at a trade deficit. The index is seasonally adjusted. Read More
23:50
JPY
Trade Balance - ¥​506.9 B ¥​366.5 B
Japan's Trade Balance Index shows difference between exports and imports. The trade balance measures the difference in value between imported and exported goods during the reporting period. A positive value indicates a trade surplus, while a negative one hints at a trade deficit. A positive value indicates that more goods and services were exported than imported. Read More
23:50
JPY
Imports y/y - -1.4% -4.9%
Japan's Imports y/y indicator reflects changes in the imports of goods and services in the given month compared to the same month of the previous year. Information on imports is used to assess Japan's foreign trade activity and the demand for imported goods in the country. Read More
23:50
JPY
Exports y/y - 14.1% 7.3%
The Exports y/y indicator reflects changes in the exports of goods and services in the given month compared to the same month of the previous year. Information on exports is used to assess Japan's foreign trade activity and the demand for goods of Japanese manufacturers outside the country. Read More

May

22

Wednesday

Actual
Forecast
Previous
2:00
NZD
RBNZ Rate Statement - - - -
2:00
NZD
RBNZ Monetary Policy Statement - - - -
2:00
NZD
RBNZ Interest Rate Decision - - 5.50% -
3:00
NZD
RBNZ Press Conference - - - -
6:00
SEK
Unemployment Rate - - -
Sweden's Unemployment Rate reflects the rate of currently unemployed residents to the total civilian labor force aged between 15 and 74. The figures published by Statistics Sweden serve as the official source of unemployment data. Read More
8:30
GBP
HPI y/y - -0.3% -0.2%
House Price Index y/y measures changes in the average value of residential properties in the given month compared to the same month of the previous year. Information on residential property transactions is collected from state land registries and statistics from the largest UK mortgage lenders. Read More
9:30
EUR
10-Year Bond Auction - - -
The Finance Agency of the Federal Republic of Germany plans and organizes the financing of the federal budget and its special funds through the issuance of nominal interest-bearing German Government securities such as Federal Treasury notes, Federal notes and Federal bonds. In the case of such securities, the issuer undertakes to make a fixed annual interest payment (coupon) and to repay the debt at nominal value at the end of the term. Because interest is paid only once a year, the accrued interest is included in the purchase and sale. The bonds tend to have a longer term. As the regular interest payments on these securities are generally constant over the term of the bond, their issue price or trading price is used to determine a current market interest rate. Read More
9:30
GBP
5-Year Treasury Gilt Auction - - -
5-Year Treasury Gilt Auction represents the average yield of government issued Treasury Gilts with a maturity of 5 years. The calculated yield can reflect UK's government debt state and thus its increase or decrease can precede economic growth or slowdown. Read More
14:00
USD
Existing Home Sales - 4.02 M 4.19 M
US Existing Home Sales reflect the amount of the secondary housing sales for the given month. The calculation includes only closed transactions for sale of existing single-family houses, apartments, condos and cooperatives. Read More
14:00
USD
Existing Home Sales m/m - -1.7% -4.3%
Existing Home Sales m/m reflect changes in the number of secondary housing sales for the given month compared to the previous one. The calculation includes only closed transactions for sale of existing single-family houses, apartments, condos and cooperatives. Read More
14:30
USD
EIA Crude Oil Stocks Change - - -
EIA Crude Oil Stocks Change is included in the weekly report issued by the Energy Information Administration of the US Department of Energy. It presents the number of barrels of commercial crude oil held by US companies. Read More
14:30
USD
EIA Cushing Crude Oil Stocks Change - - -
The Energy Information Administration's (EIA) Cushing Crude Oil Stocks Change is one of the most important factors of WTI oil price changes. WTI benchmark is settled in Cushing (Oklahoma). Today, Cushing is one of the world's key trading hubs for crude oil. WTI futures imply delivery to Cushing. Read More
14:30
USD
EIA Crude Oil Imports Change - - -
The Energy Information Administration's (EIA) Crude Oil Imports Change Indicator shows whether the imports of crude oil in the past week increased or decreased. Read More
14:30
USD
EIA Distillate Fuel Production Change - - -
The Energy Information Administration's (EIA) Distillate Fuel Production Change shows the intensity of US refining during the past week. Distillate fuel and oils include one of the fractions produced in conventional distillation operations. It includes several types of diesel fuels and fuel oils. Diesel fuel is used for cars, railway locomotives and farm machinery. Fuel oil is used for heating buildings and for generating electricity. Read More
14:30
USD
EIA Distillates Stocks Change - - -
The Energy Information Administration's (EIA) Distillates Stocks Change Indicator characterizes demand for petroleum products in the United States. This indicator is indirectly related to crude oil consumption. A distillate is one of the fractions produced in conventional distillation operations. Distillates include several types of diesel fuels. Distillate fuel is used for cars, railway locomotives and farm machinery. Read More
14:30
USD
EIA Gasoline Production Change - - -
The Energy Information Administration's (EIA) Gasoline Production Change is an indirect characteristic of the US gasoline demand and oil consumption. The indicator is included in the weekly report of the Energy Information Administration of the US Department of Energy. Read More
14:30
USD
EIA Heating Oil Stocks Change - - -
The Energy Information Administration's (EIA) Heating Oil Stocks Change is an indirect characteristic of the US demand for refined petroleum products allowing for a short-term forecast of the US industry demand for crude oil. Heating oil is what remains after separation of light fractions from oil or petroleum products. Fuel oil is used for heating buildings and for generating electricity. Also, some fuel oil types are used as fuel for industrial medium-power burners. Read More
14:30
USD
EIA Gasoline Stocks Change - - -
The Energy Information Administration's (EIA) Gasoline Stocks Change shows whether gasoline stocks in US warehouses have increased or decreased over the past week. Read More
14:30
USD
EIA Refinery Crude Oil Daily Inputs Change - - -
The Energy Information Administration's (EIA) Refinery Crude Oil Inputs Change data is published weekly based on a regular survey of national refineries on the amount of oil received for refining. Read More
14:30
USD
EIA Refinery Utilization Rate Change - - -
The Energy Information Administration's (EIA) Refinery Utilization Rate Change reflects the utilization of the atmospheric crude oil distillation units. It is calculated by dividing the gross input to these units by the the last reported operable capacity. The total operating capacity includes all refineries that are in operation, as well as those that are not in operation at the report time, but can be placed in operation within 30 days. Read More
17:00
USD
20-Year Bond Auction - - 4.818%
actual data Read More
17:30
BRL
Foreign Exchange Flows - - -
The Foreign Exchange Flow is related to the amount of foreign currency entering or leaving Brazil, calculated as the sum of the balances of the financial flow with the commercial flow. Read More
18:00
USD
FOMC Minutes - - -
FOMC Minutes are published as a detailed report of the Federal Open Market Committee meeting. The meetings are held 8 times a year and focus on the country's economic and financial conditions, monetary policy and Fed interest rates. Read More
22:45
NZD
Retail Sales q/q - 0.2% -1.9%
Retail Sales m/m reflect a change in New Zealand's retail sales in the reported month compared to the previous one. The calculation is adjusted for inflation. The index is often referred to as the consumer spending indicator, which allows assessing inflation in New Zealand. The indicator growth can have a positive effect on NZD quotes. Read More
22:45
NZD
Core Retail Sales q/q - 1.3% -1.7%
Core Retail Sales m/m show changes in retail sales in the given month compared to the previous month. The indicator is calculated based on statistics from retail stores of different types and sizes. The index calculation does not include sales of autos and spare parts. Retails Sales are an indicator of consumer activity in New Zealand, and an important component of national GDP. The indicator growth can have a positive effect on NZD quotes. Read More
22:45
NZD
Retail Sales y/y - 2.0% -4.1%
Retail Sales y/y shows the change in New Zealand retail sales in the given month compared to the same month of the previous year. The calculation is adjusted for inflation. The index is often referred to as the consumer spending indicator, which allows assessing inflation in New Zealand. The indicator growth can have a positive effect on NZD quotes. Read More
23:50
JPY
Foreign Bond Investment - - -
Foreign bond investments are the amount of investment (in Japanese Yen) in foreign bonds made by Japan's public sector. The report does not include operations conducted by the Bank of Japan. The index is published weekly and it shows financial outflows from the domestic market. Read More
23:50
JPY
Foreign Investment in Japan Stocks - - -
Foreign Investment in Japan stocks shows the volume of investments (in Japanese Yen) in stocks of Japanese companies made by non-residents. The balance between the inflow and outflow of funds in the domestic market shows the strength of the economy and the attractiveness of companies to foreign companies. Read More

May

23

Thursday

Actual
Forecast
Previous
0:00
BRL
BCB National Monetary Council Meeting - - -
The National Monetary Council (CMN) is the supreme body of the Brazilian National Financial System and it is in charge of developing the monetary and credit policy in order to consolidate the national currency. It is also responsible for the economic and social development of Brazil. Read More
1:00
AUD
MI Inflation Expectations - 2.9% 4.6%
MI Inflation Expectations reflect expectations concerning the rate of consumer price changes for the next 12 months from the perspective of average households. A higher than expected reading can have a positive effect on the Australian dollar quotes. Read More
1:00
KRW
BOK Interest Rate Decision - - 3.50%
The Bank of Korea (BOK) Interest Rate Decision is taken by the Monetary Policy Board and is published immediately after the meeting. The interest rate decision is one of the most important South Korean economic events. Interest rate growth leads to an increase in the South Korean won, while a decrease in the interest rate decreases the KRW. Read More
1:00
KRW
BOK Monetary Policy Board Meeting - - -
The Bank of Korea (BOK) Monetary Policy Board Meeting is held eight times a year. A report based on decisions taken is published after the meeting. External economic relations, market infrastructure and payments, law, supervision of banks, corporate governance and other issues are discussed during the meetings. Decisions taken during the meeting can indirectly affect the South Korean won rates. Read More
5:00
SGD
CPI y/y - - -
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) y/y reflects average percentage changes in prices for the fixed basket of consumer goods and services purchased by Singapore population during the reported month compared to the same month of the previous year. The index is often seen as a measure of consumer price inflation. CPI growth can be seen as positive for the Singapore dollar quotes. Read More
8:30
HKD
CPI y/y - - -
Consumer Price Index y/y reflects percentage changes in prices of goods and services from the consumer perspective in the specified month compared to the same month of the previous year. The index evaluates a basket of goods and services, which account for the largest share of household expenditures. CPI is one of the key measures of consumer sentiment and national inflation. CPI growth can be seen as positive for the Hong Kong dollar quotes. Read More
12:00
MXN
Economic Activity m/m - - -
The Economic Activity Index m/m reflects the development of the real sector of the Mexican economy, in the reported month compared to the previous month. The index is calculated using a conceptual framework, methodological criteria, classification of economic activities and information sources which are used in annual and quarterly GDP calculations. For this reason, the index is considered as an early estimate of Mexico’s GDP. A higher than expected reading can have a positive effect on the Mexican peso quotes. Read More
12:00
MXN
Economic Activity n.s.a. y/y - - -
The Economic Activity Index y/y, n.s.a. reflects the development of the real sector of the Mexican economy, in the reported month compared to the same month of the previous year. The year-over-year indicator provides seasonally unadjusted data. The index is calculated using a conceptual framework, methodological criteria, classification of economic activities and information sources which are used in annual and quarterly GDP calculations. For this reason, the index is considered as an early estimate of Mexico’s GDP. A higher than expected reading can have a positive effect on the Mexican peso quotes. Read More
12:00
MXN
First Half-Month CPI m/m - - -
First Half-Month CPI m/m shows the average change in prices for the basket of consumer goods and services, in the reported period in comparison to the reference period (first half of July 2018). This basket is representative of Mexican households and it reflects total consumption in Mexico. The index growth can be seen as positive for the Mexican peso quotes. Read More
12:00
MXN
First Half-Month Core CPI m/m - - -
First Half-Month Core CPI m/m shows the average change in prices for the basket of consumer goods and services, in the reported period in comparison to the reference period (first half of July 2018). This basket is representative of Mexican households and it reflects total consumption in Mexico. The core index does not include agricultural products, electricity and various government improved tariffs. The index growth can be seen as positive for the Mexican peso quotes. Read More
12:30
USD
Chicago Fed National Activity Index - - -
Chicago Fed National Activity Index provides monthly evaluation of the overall economic activity and inflationary pressure in the United States. It is calculated as a weighted average composite index, which combines 85 separate indicators of the national economy. Read More
12:30
USD
Initial Jobless Claims - - -
Initial Jobless Claims show the number of people filing to receive unemployment insurance benefits for the first time over the past week. In other words, the indicator reflects how many people lost their jobs during the given period. Read More
12:30
USD
Continuing Jobless Claims - - -
Continuing Jobless Claims reflect the number of people who have been receiving unemployment benefits for a while. The indicator is published weekly. A person receiving unemployment benefits needs to refile a jobless claims after each week of unemployment. Thus, the number of individuals receiving unemployment benefits is calculated by the number of such repeated claims. Read More
12:30
USD
Initial Jobless Claims 4-Week Average - - -
Initial Jobless Claims 4-Week Average show the number of people filing to receive unemployment insurance benefits for the first time over the past four weeks. In other words, the indicator reflects how many people lost their jobs during the given period. Read More
14:00
USD
New Home Sales - - -
New Home Sales reflect a dollar value of sales of newly constructed residences in the United states in the given month. The value measures new single-family home sales. Apartment buildings are excluded from the calculation. Also, houses built by land owners and houses built for leasing are not included. Read More
14:00
USD
New Home Sales m/m - - -
The New Home Sales m/m indicator reflects a monthly change in the sales of newly constructed residences in the United States in the reported month compared to the previous month. The value measures new single-family home sales. Apartment buildings are excluded from the calculation. Also, houses built by land owners and houses built for leasing are not included. Read More
14:00
EUR
Consumer Confidence Index - - -
The Consumer Confidence Indicator displays the level of consumer confidence in the euro area's economic activity. The index is calculated monthly based on a survey of about 24 thousand households of the eurozone. The number of participating households per country is selected in accordance with the contribution of a particular country to the economy of the euro area. Read More
14:30
USD
EIA Natural Gas Storage Change - - -
The Energy Information Administration's (EIA) Natural Gas Storage Change Index reflects a weekly change in gas volumes available in underground storage facilities. The indicator demonstrates whether withdrawals or injections were prevailing in the past week in the US. The readings allow measuring the demand for natural gas. Read More
15:00
MXN
Bank of Mexico Monetary Policy Meeting Minutes - - - -
15:00
USD
Kansas City Fed Manufacturing Composite Index - - -
Kansas City Fed Manufacturing Composite Index reflects a change in the average value of production activity indices, new orders, employment, deliveries and raw material stocks. The index is calculated based on a monthly survey of about 300 manufacturing companies. A higher than expected reading is seen as favorable for the US dollar, while lower readings are seen as negative. Read More
15:00
USD
Kansas City Fed Manufacturing Production - - -
Kansas City Fed Manufacturing Production index reflects results of a survey of about 300 manufacturing companies operating in the tenth Fed district and enables the evaluation of the manufacturing sector state. A higher than expected reading is an indication of strong economic development and is seen as favorable for the US dollar, while lower readings are seen as negative. Read More
15:30
USD
4-Week Bill Auction - - -
4-Week Bill Auction represents the percentage yield of Treasury bills maturing in four weeks. Since the yield rate can reflect the US government debt situation, an increase in the rate may precede the economic growth, while its decrease can be seen as an indication of a slowdown. Read More
15:30
USD
8-Week Bill Auction - - -
8-Week Bill Auction represents the percentage yield of Treasury bills maturing in eight weeks. Since the yield rate can reflect the US government debt situation, an increase in the rate may precede the economic growth, while its decrease can be seen as an indication of a slowdown. Read More
17:00
USD
10-Year TIPS Auction - - 1.932%
10-Year TIPS Auction represents the percentage yield of Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities having maturity of 10 years. The difference between the yield of TIPS and that of standard Treasury bonds is considered as an indication of investor forecast regarding the inflation level. Read More
22:45
NZD
Exports - - -
New Zealand Exports reflect the value of goods exported from the country in the reported month. Read More
22:45
NZD
Imports - - -
New Zealand Imports reflect the value of goods imported to the country in the reported month. Read More
22:45
NZD
Trade Balance - - -
The Trade Balance measures the difference between the total volume of exports and imports of goods and services in the reported month. Read More
22:45
NZD
Trade Balance 12-Months - - -
Trade Balance 12-months measures the difference between the total volume of exports and imports of goods and services over the previous 12 months. Read More
23:01
GBP
GfK Consumer Confidence - - -
GfK Consumer Confidence index is a leading indicator showing consumers' confidence in UK's economic development. The indicator is calculated based on a monthly survey of about two thousand respondents. A higher than expected value can be seen as positive for the pound quotes, while lower values are usually seen as negative. Read More
23:30
JPY
CPI y/y - 2.8% 2.7%
CPI y/y reflects changes in prices of goods and services purchased by households in Japan. The index estimates price changes from the perspective of the consumer, in the given month compared to the same month of the previous year. The calculation includes goods and services characterizing household spending, while it does not include taxes and social payments.The index is used to measure the country's inflation. Read More
23:30
JPY
CPI excl. Food and Energy y/y - 2.7% 2.9%
CPI excluding Food & Energy y/y reflects changes in prices of goods and services purchased by households in Japan. The index estimates the price change in the given month compared to the previous month from the consumer's point of view. The calculation includes goods and services that characterize household expenditure, but does not include taxes or social insurance premiums. Food and energy prices have been excluded from the index due to the high volatility. Read More
23:30
JPY
Core CPI y/y - 2.7% 2.6%
Core CPI y/y reflects changes in prices of goods and services purchased by households in Japan. The index estimates price changes from the perspective of the consumer, in the given month compared to the same month of the previous year. The calculation includes goods and services characterizing household spending, it does not include taxes and social payments. Food prices are excluded from the index due to their high volatility. Read More
23:30
JPY
CPI s.a. m/m - - 0.2%
Consumer Price Index s.a. reflects changes in prices of goods and services purchased by households in Japan. The index estimates the price change from the consumer perspective, in the given month compared to the previous month. The calculation includes goods and services, which characterize household spending, and it does not include taxes and social payments. The index is used to measure inflation. Read More

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SGD
GDP q/q - 0.1% 0.1%
Singapore Gross Domestic Product (GDP) q/q reflects the monetary value of all goods and services produced in Singapore during a given quarter compared to the previous one. Indicator values are seasonally adjusted. The indicator growth can have a positive effect on the Singapore dollar quotes. Read More
0:00
SGD
GDP y/y - 2.7% 2.7%
Singapore Gross Domestic Product (GDP) y/y reflects the monetary value of all goods and services produced in Singapore during a given quarter compared to the same quarter of the previous year. Indicator values are not seasonally adjusted. The indicator growth can have a positive effect on the Singapore dollar quotes. Read More
5:00
SGD
Industrial Production m/m - - -
Industrial Production m/m reflects changes in real outputs of Singapore factories, mines and utilities in the reported month compared to the previous month. Industrial production growth can affect the Singapore dollar quotes positively. Read More
5:00
SGD
Industrial Production y/y - - -
Industrial Production y/y reflects changes in total outputs of Singapore factories, mines and utilities in the reported month compared to the same month of the previous year. Industrial production growth can affect the Singapore dollar quotes positively. Read More
6:00
EUR
GDP q/q - - - -
6:00
EUR
GDP y/y - - - -
6:00
SEK
PPI m/m - - -
Sweden's Producer Price Index m/m reflects the average change in selling prices for goods produced by Swedish industrial companies in the reported month compared to the previous one. The index shows price changes from the perspective of the manufacturer. The index include prices in the domestic market as well as sales prices in foreign markets. Read More
6:00
SEK
PPI y/y - - -
Sweden's Producer Price Index y/y reflects the average change in selling prices for goods produced by Swedish industrial companies in the reported month compared to the same month a year ago. The index shows price changes from the perspective of the manufacturer. The index include prices in the domestic market as well as sales prices in foreign markets. Read More
6:45
EUR
Business Climate - - -
Business Climate is a monthly survey providing early data in activity trends, as well as demand and production volumes in manufacturing sector. The indicator is used in a short-term business outlook in both France and throughout the European Union. A higher than expected reading can be seen as positive for the euro quotes. Read More
7:00
EUR
PPI y/y - - -
Spain Producer Price Index (PPI) y/y is a macroeconomic indicator which measures the dynamics of prices received by the country's or region's production sector in the given month compared to the same month of the previous year. The index can show whether the prices for economic products have increased or decreased regardless of their commercialization ways. The index covers three production areas: industrial, raw materials and processing. The PPI reflects price changes from the producer perspective. Read More
11:30
BRL
Current Account - $​-3.101 B -
Current Account, together with Capital Movements, are the main factors responsible for the Brazil's Balance of Payments. The balance of payments is managed by the Central Bank of Brazil, which makes the necessary adjustments through the devaluations of the exchange rate, reduction of the level of economic activity, tariff restrictions and subsidies to exports, increase of the internal rate of interest, control of the outflow of capital abroad and control of income from abroad. Read More
11:30
BRL
Foreign Direct Investment - $​4.970 B -
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) refers to the international resources of investments and operations realized in Brazil by companies or individuals from foreign countries. FDI is composed of foreign currency inflows and outflows through the entry of new multinational companies, as well as through "mergers and acquisitions" with national companies, investments in new facilities and technology, conversion of loans and other credits into investments and reinvestments. Read More
11:30
INR
Foreign Exchange Reserves - - -
India's Foreign Exchange Reserves measure foreign currency denominations stored and controlled by the Reserve Bank of India, which the bank may use to execute monetary policy measures, to finance the external debt, to conduct money interventions in order to influence the national currency rate and for other purposes. These are financial assets. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) publishes foreign reserve data on a weekly basis. Read More
12:00
MXN
Trade Balance n.s.a. - - -
Trade Balance n.s.a. (not seasonally adjusted) shows the difference between Mexico's export and import of goods and services. A positive balance value indicates a trade surplus, while a negative one hints at a trade deficit. The year-over-year indicator provides seasonally unadjusted data. Higher than expected readings can affect the Mexican peso quotes positively. Read More
12:00
MXN
Trade Balance - - -
The Trade Balance is the economic indicator which reflects the difference between everything exported and imported in relation to goods and services within Mexico in a selected period of time. A positive balance value indicates a trade surplus, while a negative one hints at a trade deficit. Higher than expected readings can affect the Mexican peso quotes positively. Read More
12:30
CAD
Retail Sales m/m - - -
Canada Retail Sales m/m show changes in the volume of goods sold by retailers to households (in monetary terms) in the specified month compared to the previous month. The indicator is calculated based on survey of retail stores of different types and sizes. The calculation includes large supermarkets and small stores, and separately retail e-commerce sales. The calculation does not include vending machine operators, fuel dealers and other direct selling establishments. The calculated index is seasonally adjusted, as some months are considered to be peak periods in terms of retail sales. Read More
12:30
CAD
Core Retail Sales m/m - - -
Canada Core Retail Sales m/m reflect the change in retail sales (in monetary terms) in the reported month compared to the previous one. The index calculation does not include auto and spares sales, which tend to be very volatile. Read More
12:30
CAD
Corporate Profits q/q - - 2.7% -
12:30
USD
Durable Goods Orders m/m - - -
The Durable Goods Orders m/m indicator demonstrates a change in the value of new orders for durable goods received by US companies in the given month compared to the previous one. Durable goods are the goods expected to last more than three years, such as cars, appliances, equipment, etc. Read More
12:30
USD
Core Durable Goods Orders m/m - - -
Core Durable Goods Orders m/m reflect a change in the value of orders received by US manufacturers of durable goods in the given month compared to the previous one. Durable goods are the goods expected to last more than three years, such as appliances, equipment, etc. Read More
12:30
USD
Durable Goods Orders excl. Defense m/m - - -
Durable Goods Orders excl. Defense m/m represent a change in the value of orders received by US manufacturers of durable goods in the reported period compared to the previous one. Durable goods are the goods expected to last more than three years, such as appliances, equipment, etc. Read More
12:30
USD
Nondefense Capital Goods Orders excl. Aircraft m/m - - -
Nondefense Capital Goods Orders excl. Aircraft m/m show a change in the value of orders for capital goods received by US manufacturers in the given month compared to the previous one. Nondefense capital goods do not include aircrafts and products manufactured by order of the US Department of Defense (such as weapons, military uniforms, etc.). Read More
12:30
USD
Nondefense Capital Goods Shipments excl. Aircraft m/m - - -
Nondefense Capital Goods Shipments excl. Aircraft m/m reflect a percentage change in the deliveries of small arms, agricultural machinery and equipment, construction equipment, turbines, generators and other energy transmission equipment, computing and telecommunication equipment, heavy trucks, furniture for offices and enterprises, as well as medical raw materials in the reported month compared to the previous one. A higher than expected reading is seen as favorable for the US dollar, while lower readings are seen as negative. Read More
14:00
USD
Michigan Consumer Sentiment - - -
University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment demonstrates how US consumers estimate the relative level of current and future economic conditions. It is calculated monthly based on a telephone survey of at least 500 US households, which the University of Michigan conducts to calculate five different indices, including this one. Read More
14:00
USD
Michigan Consumer Expectations - - -
University of Michigan Consumer Expectations demonstrate how US consumers estimate their financial and economic prospects for the next 12 months. The index is calculated monthly based on a telephone survey of at least 500 US households, which the University of Michigan conducts to calculate five different indices, including this one. Read More
14:00
USD
Michigan Current Conditions - - -
University of Michigan Current Conditions show how US consumers assess current economic conditions in the country. The index is calculated monthly based on a telephone survey of at least 500 US households, which the University of Michigan conducts to calculate five different indices, including this one. Read More
14:00
USD
Michigan Inflation Expectations - - -
University of Michigan Inflation Expectations demonstrate how US consumers estimate the possibility of growth in prices for goods and services for the next 12 months. The index is calculated monthly based on data collected from a telephone survey of at least 500 US households. The questionnaire includes more than 50 questions on three broad areas of consumer sentiment: personal finance, business conditions and purchasing power. Read More
14:00
USD
Michigan 5-Year Inflation Expectations - - -
University of Michigan 5-Year Inflation Expectations demonstrate how US consumers estimate the possibility of growth of prices for goods and services for the next 5 years. The index is calculated monthly based on data collected from a telephone survey of at least 500 US households. The questionnaire includes more than 50 questions on three broad areas of consumer sentiment: personal finance, business conditions and purchasing power. Read More
15:00
MXN
Current Account - $​0.503 B $​11.662 B -
15:00
MXN
Current Account - GDP Ratio - 0.61% 2.47% -
17:00
USD
Baker Hughes US Oil Rig Count - - -
Baker Hughes US Oil Rig Count shows the number of active oil rigs operating in North America. The index is released weekly, on Fridays. Read More
17:00
USD
Baker Hughes US Total Rig Count - - -
As the name suggests, the value reflects the number of drilling rigs in the USA that Baker Hughes has published since 1944, always on the last working day of the week, usually Fridays, at 12 noon. This value is an important business barometer for the oil and natural gas drilling industry and its suppliers. When drilling rigs are active, they consume products and services of the corresponding service industry. However, technical developments have increased the efficiency of drilling rigs. Therefore it is not easy to deduce a weakness in this industry because of a declining number of rigs. Especially in conjunction with other metrics, it remains a leading indicator of demand for oil and natural gas products. Read More
19:30
AUD
CFTC AUD Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -
Commodity Futures Trading Commission's (CFTC) AUD Non-Commercial Net Positions weekly report reflects the difference between the total volume of long and short Australian dollar positions existing in the market and opened by non-commercial (speculative) traders. The report only includes US futures markets (Chicago and New York Exchanges). So the indicator is a net volume of long Australian dollar positions in the United States. Read More
19:30
BRL
CFTC BRL Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -
The weekly report "Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC)" provides the details on the net positions for the "non-commercial" operators in the US futures markets. The data correspond to positions held mainly by participants in the futures markets of the Chicago and New York stock exchanges. Read More
19:30
CAD
CFTC CAD Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -
Commodity Futures Trading Commission's (CFTC) CAD Non-Commercial Net Positions weekly report reflects the difference between the total volume of long and short CAD futures positions existing in the market and opened by non-commercial (speculative) traders. The report only includes US futures markets (Chicago and New York Exchanges). So the indicator is a net volume of long Canadian dollar positions in the United States. Read More
19:30
JPY
CFTC JPY Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -
Commodity Futures Trading Commission's (CFTC) JPY Non-Commercial Net Positions weekly report reflects the difference between the total volume of long and short JPY futures positions existing in the market and opened by non-commercial (speculative) traders. This report includes only the United States Futures Market (Chicago and New York exchanges), and this index is the total amount of JPY buying position in United States. Read More
19:30
MXN
CFTC MXN Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -
Commodity Futures Trading Commission's (CFTC) MXN Non-Commercial Net Positions weekly report reflects the difference between the volume of long and short Mexican peso futures positions opened by non-commercial (speculative) traders. The data correspond to positions held mainly by participants in the futures markets of the Chicago and New York stock exchanges. So the indicator is a net volume of long MXN positions in the United States. Read More
19:30
NZD
CFTC NZD Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -
Commodity Futures Trading Commission's (CFTC) NZD Non-Commercial Net Positions weekly report reflects the difference between the total volume of long and short NZD futures positions existing in the market and opened by non-commercial (speculative) traders. The report only includes US futures markets (Chicago and New York Exchanges). Read More
19:30
ZAR
CFTC ZAR Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -
Commodity Futures Trading Commission's (CFTC) ZAR Non-Commercial Net Positions weekly report reflects the difference between the total volume of long and short ZAR positions existing in the market and opened by non-commercial (speculative) traders. The data correspond to positions held mainly by participants in the futures markets of the Chicago and New York stock exchanges. So the indicator is a net volume of long ZAR positions in the United States. Read More
19:30
CHF
CFTC CHF Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -
Commodity Futures Trading Commission's (CFTC) Swiss Franc Non-Commercial Net Positions weekly report reflects the difference between the total volume of long and short CHF futures positions existing in the market and opened by non-commercial (speculative) traders. The report only includes US futures markets (Chicago and New York Exchanges). So the indicator is a net volume of long CHF positions in the United States. Read More
19:30
GBP
CFTC GBP Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -
Commodity Futures Trading Commission's (CFTC) GBP Non-Commercial Net Positions weekly report reflects the difference between the total volume of long and short GBP futures positions existing in the market and opened by non-commercial (speculative) traders. The report only includes US futures markets (Chicago and New York Exchanges). So the indicator is a net volume of long GDP positions in the United States. Read More
19:30
USD
CFTC Copper Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -
Commodity Futures Trading Commission's (CFTC) Copper Non-Commercial Net Positions weekly report reflects the difference between the total volume of long and short copper futures positions existing in the market and opened by non-commercial (speculative) traders. The report only includes US futures markets (Chicago and New York Exchanges). So the indicator is a net volume of long copper positions in the United States. Read More
19:30
USD
CFTC Silver Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -
Commodity Futures Trading Commission's (CFTC) Silver Non-Commercial Net Positions weekly report reflects the difference between the total volume of long and short silver positions existing in the market and opened by non-commercial (speculative) traders. The report only includes US futures markets (Chicago and New York Exchanges). So the indicator is a net volume of long silver positions in the United States. Read More
19:30
USD
CFTC Gold Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -
Commodity Futures Trading Commission's (CFTC) Gold Non-Commercial Net Positions weekly report reflects the difference between the total volume of long and short gold positions existing in the market and opened by non-commercial (speculative) traders. The report only includes US futures markets (Chicago and New York Exchanges). So the indicator is a net volume of long gold positions in the United States. Read More
19:30
USD
CFTC Crude Oil Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -
Commodity Futures Trading Commission's (CFTC) Crude Oil Non-Commercial Net Positions weekly report reflects the difference between the total volume of long and short crude oil positions existing in the market and opened by non-commercial (speculative) traders. The report only includes US futures markets (Chicago and New York Exchanges). So the indicator is a net volume of long crude oil positions in the United States. Read More
19:30
USD
CFTC S&P 500 Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -
Commodity Futures Trading Commission's (CFTC) S&P 500 Non-Commercial Net Positions weekly report reflects the difference between the total volume of long and short S&P 500 index positions existing in the market and opened by non-commercial (speculative) traders. The report only includes US futures markets (Chicago and New York Exchanges). So the indicator is a net volume of long S&P 500 positions in the United States. Read More
19:30
USD
CFTC Aluminium Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (Commission or CFTC) publishes these Commitments of Traders (COT) reports on the dynamics of the aluminum market. The COT reports break down the open interest in aluminum futures and options in futures markets where 20 or more traders hold positions equal to or above the reporting levels established by the CFTC. Read More
19:30
USD
CFTC Corn Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (Commission or CFTC) publishes these Commitments of Traders (COT) reports on the dynamics of the corn market. The COT reports break down the open interest in corn futures and options in futures markets where 20 or more traders hold positions equal to or above the reporting levels established by the CFTC. Read More
19:30
USD
CFTC Natural Gas Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (Commission or CFTC) publishes these Commitments of Traders (COT) reports on the dynamics of the natural gas market. The COT reports break down the open interest in natural gas futures and options in futures markets where 20 or more traders hold positions equal to or above the reporting levels established by the CFTC. Read More
19:30
USD
CFTC Soybeans Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (Commission or CFTC) publishes these Commitments of Traders (COT) reports on the dynamics of the soybeans market. The COT reports break down the open interest in soybeans futures and options in futures markets where 20 or more traders hold positions equal to or above the reporting levels established by the CFTC. Read More
19:30
USD
CFTC Wheat Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (Commission or CFTC) publishes these Commitments of Traders (COT) reports on the dynamics of the wheat market. The COT reports break down the open interest in wheat futures and options in futures markets where 20 or more traders hold positions equal to or above the reporting levels established by the CFTC. Read More
19:30
USD
CFTC Nasdaq 100 Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -
CFTC Nasdaq 100 Non-Commercial Net Positions indicator is the Commodity Futures Trading Commission's weekly report that reflects the difference between the total volume of long and short Nasdaq 100 index futures positions existing in the market and opened by non-commercial (speculative) traders. The data correspond to positions held mainly by participants in the futures markets of the Chicago and New York stock exchanges. So the indicator is a net volume of long Nasdaq 100 positions in the United States. Read More
19:30
EUR
CFTC EUR Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -
Commodity Futures Trading Commission's (CFTC) EUR Non-Commercial Net Positions weekly report reflects the difference between the total volume of long and short EUR futures positions existing in the market and opened by non-commercial (speculative) traders. The report only includes US futures markets (Chicago and New York Exchanges). So the indicator is a net volume of long Euro positions in the United States. Read More

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