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04 March - 10 March 2024

Mar

04

Monday

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Forecast
Previous
0:30
AUD
Building Approvals m/m -1.0% 7.6% -10.1%
Australia Building Approvals m/m represent a change in the number of permits issued by government authorities for new construction projects, including housing, commercial and industrial buildings, in the reported month compared to the previous one. The calculation includes the following: Read More
0:30
AUD
Private House Approvals m/m -9.9% - -1.8%
Australia Private House Approvals m/m show a change in the number of approvals for the construction of private houses granted by the country's state authorities in the reported month compared to the previous one. Read More
0:30
AUD
Business Inventories q/q -1.7% 0.6% 1.2%
Australia Business Inventories q/q measures a change in the total amount of all goods stored in warehouses of retailers, wholesalers and manufacturers, in the reported quarter compared to the previous one. Read More
0:30
AUD
Company Gross Operating Profits q/q 7.4% 26.8% -1.6%
Australia Company Gross Operating Profits q/q measure a change in the total profits of private companies in the reported quarter compared to the previous one. The calculation includes profit from the sales of goods, service, company's assets, as well as from dividends received. Read More
0:30
AUD
Company Profits Before Income Tax q/q 4.7% - 3.6%
Australia Company Profits Before Income Tax q/q measure a change in the total profits of private companies before income tax, in the reported quarter compared to the previous one. The calculation includes profit from the sales of goods, service, company's assets, as well as from dividends received. Read More
0:30
AUD
ANZ Job Advertisements m/m - 0.1% 1.7% -
0:30
KRW
S&P Global Manufacturing PMI 50.7 50.5 51.2
Markit Manufacturing PMI characterizes business environment in the South Korean industrial sector. The indicator is calculated monthly based on surveys of manufacturing company managers about new orders, sales, inventory, suppliers and the industry outlook. A higher than expected reading is seen as positive for the South Korean won quotes. Read More
7:30
CHF
CPI m/m - 0.5% 0.2%
Switzerland's Consumer Price Index (CPI) m/m reflects a change in prices for a fixed basket of consumer goods and services in the given month compared to the previous one. The value indicates price changes from the consumer perspective. The index shows how much consumers have to increase or decrease their spending in order to maintain the same volume of consumption. Read More
7:30
CHF
CPI y/y - 1.1% 1.3%
Switzerland's Consumer Price Index (CPI) y/y demonstrates changes in prices for 700 main consumer goods and services, in the specified month compared to the same month of the previous year. The value indicates price changes from the consumer perspective. The index shows how much consumers have to increase or decrease their spending in order to maintain the same volume of consumption. Read More
7:45
EUR
Government Budget Balance - - €​-173.3 B
Government Budget Balance reflects a difference between government revenues and expenditures as of the end of the reported period. A positive value means a budget surplus, which may have a positive effect on euro quotes. A negative reading is seen as unfavorable for the euro. Read More
8:00
BRL
FIPE CPI m/m - 0.17% 0.46%
The IPC-FIPE (Consumer Price Index of the Institute of Economic Research — USP) indicator aims to collect data on the cost of living for families with income between 1 and 10 minimum wages in São Paulo. The information collected is divided into groups of expenditures that are: housing, food, transportation, personal expenses, health, clothing, and education, according to the Family Budget Surveys (POF). Read More
8:00
EUR
Unemployment Change - - -
Unemployment Change reflects a change in the number of unemployed citizens in the reported month. Read More
9:30
EUR
Sentix Investor Confidence - -139.1 -129.0
sentix conducts a weekly standardized survey among the interested parties who have voluntarily registered for it on the expectations for the next 6 months of the stock indices, the markets of bonds, foreign exchange and commodities and changing current topics. Respondents usually have four answers to express their price expectations: bullish, neutral, bearish and no opinion. Read More
11:00
EUR
New Car Registrations m/m - - -11.7%
New Car Registrations m/m reflect a change in the number of newly registered passenger vehicles in Germany, in the current month compared to the previous month. On the fourth working day of each month, the Federal Motor Transport Authority KBA, which is a member of the European Automobile Manufacturers Association ACEA, publishes data on the number of newly registered cars during the past month. Separate data are available by vehicle type, manufacturer and region. Read More
11:00
EUR
New Car Registrations y/y - - 19.1%
New Car Registrations y/y reflect a change in the number of newly registered passenger vehicles in Germany, in the current month compared to the same month of the previous year. On the fourth working day of each month, the Federal Motor Transport Authority KBA, which is a member of the European Automobile Manufacturers Association ACEA, publishes data on the number of newly registered cars during the past month. Separate data are available by vehicle type, manufacturer and region. 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
12:00
MXN
Gross Fixed Investments m/m - - -
The Gross Fixed Investments indicator m/m demonstrates changes in the total volume of Mexico's gross fixed capital formation in the reported period compared to the previous month. The indicator calculation includes assets which are used in the production process for more than one year and which are subject to property rights. The relevant data is seasonally adjusted. Read More
12:00
MXN
Gross Fixed Investments n.s.a. y/y - - -
Gross Fixed Investments y/y, n.s.a. demonstrate changes in the total volume of Mexico's gross fixed capital formation in the reported month compared to the same month of the previous year. The indicator calculation includes assets which are used in the production process for more than one year and which are subject to property rights. The provided data is not seasonally adjusted. Read More
16:30
USD
3-Month Bill Auction - - 5.255%
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
16:30
USD
6-Month Bill Auction - - 5.130%
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
22:00
AUD
S&P Global Services PMI - 51.1 49.1
Commonwealth Bank Services PMI informs of changes in business doing conditions in Australian service sector. The indicator is calculated monthly based on the survey of the service industry company managers about the sales, amount of orders in the industry, employment and forecasts. PMI is one of the indicators measuring the confidence of large businesses in the country's economic development. The indicator growth can have a positive effect on Australian dollar quotes. Read More
22:00
AUD
S&P Global Composite PMI - - 49.0
Commonwealth Bank Composite PMI is a monthly summary report concerning the changes in the working conditions of private companies in the manufacturing and service sectors. The indicator calculation is based on the surveys of representatives of a number of companies. Each response is weighted according to the size of a company and its contribution to the total production or services of the subsector it belongs to. Thus, the largest companies make a greater contribution to the indicator calculation. The index reflects the conditions of doing business in the country. Readings above 50 can have a positive effect on Australian dollar quotes. Read More
23:00
KRW
GDP q/q - 0.6% 0.6%
Gross Domestic Product q/q reflects the monetary value of all goods and services produced in South Korea during a given quarter compared to the previous one. The calculation takes into account private consumption, government spending, expenditures of all enterprises and net exports of the country. The GDP growth can be seen as positive for the South Korean won quotes. Read More
23:00
KRW
GDP y/y - 2.2% 2.2%
Gross Domestic Product y/y reflects the monetary value of all goods and services produced in South Korea during a given quarter compared to the same quarter of the previous year. The calculation takes into account private consumption, government spending, expenditures of all enterprises and net exports of the country. The GDP growth can be seen as positive for the South Korean won quotes. Read More
23:30
JPY
Tokyo CPI y/y - 1.3% 1.6%
Tokyo Consumer Price Index y/y measures changes in prices of goods and services purchased by households in the Tokyo region. 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. Read More
23:30
JPY
Tokyo CPI excl. Food and Energy y/y - 3.0% 3.1%
Tokyo Consumer Price Index excluding Food & Energy measures changes in prices of goods and services purchased by households in Tokyo's 23 Ku regions. The index reflects price fluctuations of goods and services purchased in Tokyo, excluding food and energy. Read More
23:30
JPY
Tokyo Core CPI y/y - 1.0% 1.6%
Tokyo Core Consumer Price Index (CPI) y/y measures changes in prices of goods and services purchased by households in the Tokyo region. The index estimates the price change from the consumer perspective, in the given month compared to the same month of the previous year. The calculation includes goods and services that characterize household expenditure, but does not include taxes or social insurance premiums. Fresh food prices are excluded from the index due to their high volatility related to weather conditions. Read More
23:30
JPY
Tokyo CPI s.a. m/m - - -0.1%
Tokyo Consumer Price Index (CPI), s.a., m/m shows changes in prices for goods and services purchased by households in the Tokyo region. 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. Read More

Mar

10

Sunday

Actual
Forecast
Previous
23:50
JPY
GDP q/q - -0.1% -0.1%
GDP (Gross Domestic Product) q/q ratio reflects the amount of all goods and services produced in Japan in the specified quarter compared to the previous quarter. This calculation takes into account private consumption, government expenditure, cost of all companies, and net exports of the country. In Japan, it includes non-market services, such as government services and private housing rental fees, but usually does not include unpaid activities such as volunteering or unpaid chores. Read More
23:50
JPY
GDP Price Index y/y - 3.8% 3.8%
The GDP (Gross Domestic Product) Price Index (deflator) y/y measures a change in the final prices of all goods produced in the country for the specified quarter compared to the similar quarter in the previous year. In contrast to the consumer price index, the GDP deflator does not include import prices. The data is published two months after the reporting period. Read More
23:50
JPY
GDP y/y - -0.4% -0.4%
Gross domestic product (GDP) y/y reflects the amount of all goods and services produced in Japan in the reported quarter compared to the same quarter of the previous year. This calculation takes into account private consumption, government expenditure, costs of all companies, and net exports of the country. Read More
23:50
JPY
Private Non-Residential Investment q/q - -0.1% -0.1%
Private Non-Residential Investment q/q is part of the GDP calculated by expenditure approach. The index reflects the volumes of investments in non-residential buildings in the current quarter compared to the previous quarter. Read More
23:50
JPY
Private Consumption q/q - -0.2% -0.2%
Private Consumption q/q reflects the total final consumption of Japanese quotes in the current quarter compared to the previous quarter. Consumption is considered to be equal to household expenditures. Data is collected and published by the Economic and Social Research Institute, which is part of the Cabinet Office. Read More
23:50
JPY
Net Exports Contribution to GDP q/q - 0.2% 0.2%
Japan's GDP is calculated using several components, including private consumption, government expenditure, cost of all companies, and net exports of the country (export of goods and services). Net Exports Contribution to GDP q/q reflects percentage change of this GDP component in the reported quarter compared to the previous quarter. Read More
23:50
JPY
BoJ M2 Money Stock y/y - 2.3% 2.4%
Bank of Japan's M2 Money Stock y/y reflects the entire stock of the currency in cash as well as of other liquid assets used in the country's economy. The index reflects changes in the given month compared to the same month of the previous year. Read More
23:50
JPY
BoJ M3 Money Stock y/y - - 1.8%
Bank of Japan's M3 Money Stock y/y reflects the entire quantity of money circulating in the country's economy. The index reflects money stock changes in the given month compared to the same month a year ago. Read More
23:50
JPY
BoJ L Money Stock y/y - 1.9% 2.2%
Bank of Japan's L Money Stock y/y reflects the entire quantity of money circulating in the country's economy. The index reflects money stock changes in the given month compared to the same month a year ago. Read More

Mar

05

Tuesday

Actual
Forecast
Previous
0:30
AUD
Current Account - $​7.500 B $​-0.158 B
Australia's Balance on Current Account reflects the net trade balance (the difference between exported and imported goods and services), primary and secondary income received by Australia residents from non-residents. Read More
0:30
AUD
Net Exports Contribution - -0.1% -0.6%
Australia Net Exports Contribution characterizes the general direction of the country's trade flows. Net exports represent the difference between the total value of Australian exports and imports. If this indicator is positive, then the country is an exporter of goods and services; if it is negative - the country imports more. Read More
0:30
HKD
S&P Global PMI - 48.8 49.9
Markit Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) reflects business environment conditions in Hong Kong manufacturing sector. The indicator is calculated monthly based on the survey of company managers, during which they evaluate sales, amount of orders, employment and forecasts. PMI is one of the indicators measuring the confidence of large businesses in the country's economic development. The indicator growth can have a positive effect on Hong Kong dollar quotes. Read More
0:30
JPY
au Jibun Bank Services PMI - 51.1 53.1
Markit Services PMI reflects the business environment in Japanese service sector. The index is calculated monthly based on the survey of the service industry company managers about the sales, amount of orders in the industry, employment and forecasts. This is one of the key indicators to measure the trust of large corporations in the country's economic development. Read More
0:30
JPY
au Jibun Bank Composite PMI - - 51.5
Markit Composite PMI is a monthly summary report concerning the changes in the working conditions of private companies in the manufacturing and service sectors. The indicator is based on monthly surveys of purchasing managers working in Japanese private companies. Read More
0:30
SGD
S&P Global PMI - - 54.7
Markit Singapore PMI is a monthly summary report concerning the changes in the working conditions of private companies in manufacturing and service sectors. Often purchasing managers can track changes in market conditions prior to other company employees, because purchases precede company's production activities. Read More
1:45
CNY
Caixin Services PMI - 51.9 52.7
Caixin Service Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) provides an overview of China's service sector state. The index is calculated based on a survey of purchasing managers from more than 400 service sector companies. Companies are selected based on their contribution to China's GDP, in accordance with the standard industry classification. Read More
1:45
CNY
Caixin Composite PMI - - 52.5
China's Caixin Composite Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) is an indicator of nationwide manufacturing activity, which reflects private sector business development trends. The study is sponsored by Caixin and is conducted by IHS Markit. It focuses on smaller and medium-sized companies to fill a niche uncovered by the official data. Data is collected from a survey of a representative group of 400 companies. Read More
3:35
JPY
10-Year JGB Auction - - 0.741%
10-Year Japanese Government Bonds (JGB) Auction indicator reflects data on sales of 10-year government bonds. Governments issue bonds (treasuries) to borrow funds from purchasers. The yield of a government bond is the income that an investor holding the bond for its entire duration will receive. Read More
5:00
INR
S&P Global Services PMI - 59.7 61.8
Markit Service PMI is an indicator of changes in business conditions in India's service sector in the specified month. The indicator is based on monthly surveys of purchasing managers working in around 400 private companies of Indian service sector. The sample includes companies providing consumer, transportation, informational, financial, communication, insurance and real estate services. Read More
5:00
INR
S&P Global Composite PMI - - 61.2
Markit Composite PMI is a monthly summary report concerning the changes in the working conditions of private companies in Indian manufacturing and service sectors. The indicator is based on monthly surveys of purchasing managers working in the country's private companies. Read More
5:00
SGD
Retail Sales m/m - -0.2% -1.5%
Retail Sales m/m reflect the short-term retail activity level. The indicator reflects the percentage change in total retail sales in Singapore in the reported month compared to the previous one. The calculation is based on prices not including taxes. A higher than expected reading can have a positive effect on the Singapore dollar quotes. Read More
5:00
SGD
Retail Sales y/y - 4.5% -0.4%
Retail Sales y/y reflect the short-term retail activity level. The indicator reflects the percentage change in total retail sales in Singapore in the reported month compared to the same month of the previous year. The calculation is based on prices not including taxes. A higher than expected reading can have a positive effect on the Singapore dollar quotes. Read More
7:15
ZAR
S&P Global PMI - 50.2 49.2
South African Markit Purchasing Manager Index (PMI) is an indicator of business conditions calculated by IHS Markit based on monthly surveys of purchasing managers from about 400 private sector companies. Read More
7:30
SEK
Silf/Swedbank Services PMI - 53.7 51.8
Sweden's Silf/Swedbank Services Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) is an indicator of business cycles in the Swedish economy, calculated by Swedbank in corporation with Silf, on the basis of a monthly survey of purchasing managers working in service sector companies. The index enables a quick evaluation of the country's economy state. It is published on the third banking day of every month, at 08:30. Read More
7:30
SEK
Silf/Swedbank Composite PMI - - 50.5
Silf/Swedbank Composite PMI is published since 2019. It is a composite indicator calculated based on the Manufacturing and Service PMIs. The composite index enables a quick evaluation of the country's economy state and it correlates well with the GDP growth. It is published on the third banking day of every month, at 08:30, together with the Services PMI. Read More
7:45
EUR
Industrial Production m/m - -0.2% 1.1%
Industrial Production m/m measures the volumes of manufactured goods and industrial sector activity in the given month compared to the previous one. The growth rates are calculated based on figures adjusted according to a calendar. The index calculation includes manufacturing industry, mining, construction and utilities. The index data is used in measuring the development of the euro area industrial sector. Read More
8:15
EUR
S&P Global Services PMI - 53.2 52.1
Spain's Markit Services Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) is a macroeconomic report, which demonstrates the economic activity in the Spanish service sector based on information received from a monthly survey of purchasing managers from the largest companies. The index is prepared by Markit Economics. The company prepares a report on the service sector on behalf of the Reuters agency. The index calculation implies the evaluation of corresponding characteristics: respondents determine whether the situation has improved, deteriorated or has not changed. The responses are evaluated taking into account the significance of surveyed companies. Read More
8:15
EUR
S&P Global Composite PMI - - 51.5
Markit Composite Purchasing Manager Index is a monthly summary report concerning the changes in the working conditions of private companies in the manufacturing and service sectors. The indicator is based on monthly surveys of purchasing managers working in the country's largest private companies. Read More
8:45
EUR
S&P Global Services PMI - 49.3 51.2
The Service Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) is released by IHS Markit monthly based on data collected through surveys of purchasing managers employed in service sector companies. Read More
8:45
EUR
S&P Global Composite PMI - - 50.7
Composite PMI is released by IHS Markit monthly. The indicator is based on monthly surveys of purchasing managers and is configured as a summary report of changes in the working conditions of private companies in the manufacturing and services sectors. Read More
8:50
EUR
S&P Global Services PMI - 48.0 48.0
Markit Services PMI reflects the level of activity in private service sector companies in France for the given month. The indicator calculation is based on a survey of representatives of the service sector private companies. The survey covers transport companies, financial organizations, IT companies, hotel and restaurant businesses, telecommunication providers, etc. The survey considers the number of orders, the volume of work done, employment and price trends in the industry. The index reflects the conditions of doing business in the service sector. Readings above 50 can affect euro quotes positively. Read More
8:50
EUR
S&P Global Composite PMI - 47.7 47.7
Markit Composite PMI is a monthly summary report concerning the changes in the working conditions of private companies in the manufacturing and service sectors. The indicator calculation is based on a survey of representatives of a number of companies. Each response is weighted according to the company size and contribution to the total production or services of the subsector it belongs to. Thus, the largest companies make a greater contribution to the indicator calculation. The index reflects the conditions of doing business in the country. Readings above 50 can have a positive effect on euro quotes. Read More
8:55
EUR
S&P Global Services PMI - 48.2 48.2
The Purchasing Managers' Index® (PMI®) is based on monthly surveys of carefully selected companies representing large and developing economies worldwide. Read More
8:55
EUR
S&P Global Composite PMI - 46.1 46.1
The German Purchasing Manager Indices (PMI) are compiled by IHS Markit and are based on surveys of a representative sample of 1000 companies in industry and services. The Flash indices are based on around 85% of the feedback from the monthly survey and thus provide a detailed early estimate of the final PMIs. Read More
9:00
EUR
GDP q/q - 0.2% 0.2%
The Italian "Prodotto Interno Lordo" (PIL) corresponding to the international acronym GDP (Gross Domestic Product) is a measure of the aggregate value at market prices of all the final goods and services, which are intended for consumption and are produced in Italy in the given time period. The GDP q/q shows a percentage change in this value in the given quarter compared to the preceding similar period. Read More
9:00
EUR
GDP y/y - 0.5% 0.5%
The Italian "Prodotto Interno Lordo" (PIL) corresponding to the international acronym GDP (Gross Domestic Product) is a measure of the aggregate value at market prices of all the final goods and services, which are intended for consumption and are produced in Italy during the given time period. The GDP y/y shows a percentage change in this value in the given quarter compared to the same quarter in the previous year. Read More
9:00
GBP
New Car Registrations m/m - - 1.3%
New Car Registrations m/m reflect a change in the number of newly registered passenger vehicles in the United Kingdom, in the current month compared to the previous month. On the fourth working day of each month, the Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders (SMTT) publishes data on new registrations for the past month. Separate data are available by vehicle type, manufacturer and region. Read More
9:00
GBP
New Car Registrations y/y - - 8.2%
New Car Registrations y/y reflect a change in the number of newly registered passenger vehicles in the United Kingdom, in the current month compared to the same month of the previous year. On the fourth working day of each month, the Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders (SMTT) publishes data on new registrations for the past month. Separate data are available by vehicle type, manufacturer and region. Read More
9:00
EUR
S&P Global Services PMI - 50.0 50.0
Markit Service PMI is an indicator of changes in business conditions in the eurozone's service sector in the specified month. The indicator is based on monthly surveys of purchasing managers working in private companies of the service sector. Read More
9:00
EUR
S&P Global Composite PMI - 48.9 48.9
Markit Composite PMI is a monthly summary report concerning the changes in the working conditions of private companies in the manufacturing and service sectors. The indicator is based on monthly surveys of purchasing managers working in approximately 5000 private companies in 19 eurozone countries. Read More
9:30
GBP
S&P Global/CIPS Services PMI - 54.3 54.3
Markit/CIPS Service PMI is calculated by Markit together with the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS). It characterizes business conditions and purchasing managers' activity level in the UK economy's service sector. Read More
9:30
GBP
S&P Global/CIPS Composite PMI - - 53.3
Markit Composite PMI is a monthly summary report concerning the changes in the working conditions of private companies in the manufacturing and service sectors. The indicator calculation is based on the surveys of representatives of a number of companies. Each response is weighted according to the size of a company and its contribution to the total production or services of the subsector it belongs to. Thus, the largest companies make a greater contribution to the indicator calculation. The index reflects the conditions of doing business in the country. Readings above 50 can have a positive effect on pound quotes. Read More
9:40
EUR
6-Month Letras Auction - - 3.653%
Letras del Tesoro are short-term and discounted treasury bills released by the General Secretariat of the Treasury and Financial Policy. These debt instruments have a maturity of 3 to 18 months. An investor who purchases treasury bills can receive resulting interests at maturity. Read More
9:40
EUR
12-Month Letras Auction - - 3.342%
Letras del Tesoro are short-term and discounted treasury bills released by the General Secretariat of the Treasury and Financial Policy. These debt instruments have a maturity of 3 to 18 months. An investor who purchases treasury bills can receive resulting interests at maturity. Read More
10:00
NOK
HPI y/y - 1.9% 1.4%
Norway Housing Price Index (HPI) y/y reflects a change 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 Norwegian mortgage lenders. The collected data cover about 70% of the residential property market turnover. Read More
10:00
NOK
HPI n.s.a. m/m - - 3.4%
Housing Price Index (HPI) n.s.a. m/m reflects a nominal percentage change in average residential property prices in the reported month compared to the previous month. Information on residential property transactions is collected from state land registries and statistics from the largest Norwegian mortgage lenders. The collected data cover about 70% of the residential property market turnover. Read More
10:00
NOK
HPI s.a. m/m - - 0.7%
Housing Price Index (HPI) s.a. m/m reflects a seasonally adjusted percentage change in average residential property prices in the reported month compared to the previous month. Information on residential property transactions is collected from state land registries and statistics from the largest Norwegian mortgage lenders. The collected data cover about 70% of the residential property market turnover. Read More
10:00
EUR
PPI m/m - -0.2% -0.8%
Producer Price Index (PPI) m/m characterizes a change in prices for goods manufactured in the eurozone and sold on the domestic market, in the specified month compared to the previous one. The index is calculated from the producer perspective. The value reflects basic prices not including VAT and similar taxes directly related to products turnover. Actual amounts of transactions are used in the calculation to reflect the real price movement. Read More
10:00
EUR
PPI y/y - -3.2% -10.6%
Producer Price Index (PPI) y/y characterizes a change in prices for goods manufactured in the eurozone and sold on the domestic market, in the specified month compared to the same month of the previous year. The index is calculated from the producer perspective. The value reflects basic prices not including VAT and similar taxes directly related to products turnover. Actual amounts of transactions are used in the calculation to reflect the real price movement. Read More
10:30
EUR
5-Year Note Auction - - 2.30%
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
10:30
GBP
5-Year Treasury Gilt Auction - - 4.095%
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
11:30
EUR
Consumer Confidence - 72.6 78.6
The Consumer Confidence Index reflects the level of consumer confidence in the stability of the country's economy. The index is compiled based on the monthly telephone survey of 2,000 citizens over the age of 16 representing Spain's different population segments. The survey enables the evaluation of the average economic condition, purchasing power and consumer confidence level. The results are processed by the Center for Sociological Research (Centro de Investigaciones Sociológicas, CIS), which is an autonomous institution subordinate to the Presidential Administration. Read More
12:00
BRL
PPI m/m - -1.40% -0.18%
Producer Price Index (PPI) m/m reflects the percentage change in selling prices for goods produced by Brazilian 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 Brazilian real strengthening. Read More
12:00
BRL
PPI y/y - -3.71% -4.98%
Producer Price Index (PPI) y/y shows changes in selling prices received by Brazilian producers of industrial goods, in the specified month compared to the same month of the previous year. The index is seen as a leading indicator of consumer price inflation. A higher than expected reading can be an indication of the Brazilian real strengthening. Read More
13:00
BRL
S&P Global Services PMI - 55.0 53.1
IHS Markit Ltd is a global provider of critical information, analysis and solutions to key industries and markets that stimulate economies around the world. It aims to provide financial and business information, analysis and solutions to companies that contract their services and governments, improving operational efficiency and providing solutions that lead to informed and reliable decisions. Read More
13:00
BRL
S&P Global Composite PMI - 52.6 53.2
IHS Markit Ltd is a global provider of critical information, analysis and solutions to key industries and markets that stimulate economies around the world. It aims to provide financial and business information, analysis and solutions to companies that contract their services and governments, improving operational efficiency and providing solutions that lead to informed and reliable decisions. Read More
14:00
NZD
GDT Price Index - -2.4% 0.5%
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
14:45
USD
S&P Global Services PMI - 52.4 52.5
Markit Service PMI is an indicator of changes in business conditions in the US service sector in the specified month. The indicator is based on monthly surveys of purchasing managers working in private companies of the US service sector. Read More
14:45
USD
S&P Global Composite PMI - 52.4 52.0
Markit Composite PMI is a monthly summary report concerning the changes in the working conditions of private companies in the manufacturing and service sectors. The indicator is based on monthly surveys of purchasing managers working in approximately 1000 private companies of the US manufacturing sector. Read More
15:00
USD
Factory Orders m/m - 0.9% 0.2%
The Factory Orders m/m indicator shows changes in the volume of orders for durable and non-durable goods received by US companies in the given month compared to the previous one. Read More
15:00
USD
Factory Orders excl. Transportation m/m - -0.1% 0.4%
Factory Orders excl. Transportation m/m reflect a change in the total value of new purchase orders placed with manufacturers in the reported month compared to the previous month. Orders for any types of vehicles are excluded from the indicator calculation. 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
Nondefense Capital Goods Shipments excl. Aircraft m/m - 0.8% 0.8%
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
15:00
USD
ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI - 52.3 53.4
ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI reflects business conditions and activity in the US service sector in the given month. The Institute of Supply Management (ISM) is a not-for-profit supply management organization in the United States, which has over 40,000 members. Read More
15:00
USD
ISM Non-Manufacturing Employment - 49.8 50.5
ISM Non-Manufacturing Employment is one of the diffuse indicators, based on which the Supply Management Institute calculates the Non-Manufacturing PMI. It reflects a change in employment in service sector companies. Read More
15:00
USD
ISM Non-Manufacturing New Orders - 54.8 55.0
ISM Non-Manufacturing New Orders is one of the diffuse indicators, based on which the Supply Management Institute calculates the Non-Manufacturing PMI. It reflects a change in orders in service sector companies. Read More
15:00
USD
ISM Non-Manufacturing Prices Paid - 62.6 64.0
ISM Non-Manufacturing Prices Paid is one of the four diffuse indicators, based on which the Supply Management Institute calculates the Non-Manufacturing PMI. It reflects changes in prices paid by companies to suppliers in the process of preparing services. Read More
15:00
USD
ISM Non-Manufacturing Business Activity - 56.6 55.8
ISM Non-Manufacturing Business Activity is one of four diffuse indicators, based on which the Supply Management Institute calculates the Non-Manufacturing PMI. It reflects changes in business activity in the US services sector. Read More
21:00
KRW
Foreign Exchange Reserves - $​419.06 B $​415.76 B
Foreign Exchange Reserves reflect the total value of South Korea's foreign reserves, securities, bank deposits, obligations, treasury bills, special drawing right and gold reserves. The indicator growth is seen as positive for the South Korean won quotes, while a decrease is seen as negative. Read More
22:00
AUD
Ai Group Industry Index - - -27.3 -
22:00
AUD
Ai Group Manufacturing Index - - -23.8 -
22:00
AUD
Ai Group Construction Index - - - -
23:00
KRW
CPI m/m - 0.6% 0.4%
South Korea's Consumer Price Index (CPI) m/m reflects changes in the prices for a fixed basket of goods and services from the consumer perspective in the reported month compared to the previous one. The calculation includes spendings in all the major private consumption segments, such as food, clothing, payments, housing expenses, health, communication, etc. CPI growth can be seen as positive for the South Korean won quotes. Read More
23:00
KRW
CPI y/y - 2.1% 2.8%
South Korea's Consumer Price Index (CPI) y/y reflects changes in the prices for 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 calculation includes spendings in all the major private consumption segments, such as food, clothing, payments, housing expenses, health, communication, etc. CPI growth can be seen as positive for the South Korean won quotes. Read More

Mar

06

Wednesday

Actual
Forecast
Previous
0:30
AUD
GDP q/q - 0.7% 0.2%
Australia Gross Domestic Product or GDP q/q reflects changes in the market value of goods and services produced by the domestic economy, in the reported quarter compared to the previous quarter, net of production costs. Read More
0:30
AUD
GDP y/y - 2.1% 2.1%
Australia Gross Domestic Product or GDP y/y reflects changes in the market value of goods and services produced by the domestic economy, in the reported quarter compared to the same quarter of the previous year, net of production costs. Read More
0:30
AUD
Gross Fixed Capital Formation q/q - 0.5% 1.1%
Australia's Gross Fixed Capital Formation q/q demonstrates a percentage change in the producer's acquisition less disposals of fixed assets during the reported quarter compared to the previous one. A higher than expected reading can have a positive effect on the Australian dollar quotes. Read More
0:30
AUD
GDP Chain Price Index q/q - 6.7% 0.6%
Australia's GDP Chain Price Index q/q reflects a change in prices for goods and services included in GDP calculation, in the reported quarter compared to the same quarter of the base year. Prices for imported goods and services are not taken into account. The GDP Chain Price Index is used when measuring inflation and economic activity. Read More
0:30
AUD
Final Consumption Expenditure q/q - 0.8% 0.4%
Final Consumption Expenditure q/q measures a percentage change in current expenses of Australian households and non-profit service institutions in the reported quarter compared to the previous quarter. A higher than expected reading can have a positive effect on the Australian dollar quotes. Read More
7:00
EUR
Exports m/m - 0.3% -4.6%
On the basis of the foreign trade statistics, which are compiled monthly by the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis), but which only record goods crossing the 'border', the Bundesbank also records and supplements those flows of goods which, without crossing the border, pass from a foreign to a domestic (or vice versa) owner. For example, sales by domestic companies that are processed abroad on behalf of a domestic company and then sold directly by that company are mentioned here. For the balance of payments, but also for the Bundesbank's imports and exports, this requires special additions and settlements in order to reconcile the figures from foreign trade statistics with those for the balance of payments. Read More
7:00
EUR
Imports m/m - -2.0% -6.7%
On the basis of the foreign trade statistics, which are compiled monthly by the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis), but which only record goods crossing the 'border', the Bundesbank also records and supplements those flows of goods which, without crossing the border, pass from a foreign to a domestic (or vice versa) owner. For example, sales by domestic companies that are processed abroad on behalf of a domestic company and then sold directly by that company are mentioned here. For the balance of payments, but also for the Bundesbank's imports and exports, this requires special additions and settlements in order to reconcile the figures from foreign trade statistics with those for the balance of payments. Read More
7:00
EUR
Trade Balance - €​23.6 B €​22.2 B
Germany's exports and imports of tangible goods are summarized in the trade balance sheet. The Federal Statistical Office in Wiesbaden records exports and imports within the EU separately from those with non-EU countries and then consolidates them. If Germany exports more, the trade balance shows a surplus, otherwise a trade deficit. The trade balance, which comprises the services balance, the factor income account and the current transfers balance, is recorded in the current account, which in turn is part of the balance of payments. Read More
7:00
EUR
Trade Balance n.s.a. - €​19.8 B €​16.7 B
Trade Balance n.s.a. (not seasonally adjusted) shows the difference between Germany's export and import of goods and services over the reported period. 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 euro quotes positively. Read More
7:00
SEK
Current Account - Kr​70.4 B Kr​117.4 B
The Current Account is part of Sweden's balance of payments, which is a systematized data on all economic transactions between residents and non-residents. Read More
8:30
EUR
S&P Global Construction PMI - - 39.6
France's Construction PMI (Purchasing Managers Index) is compiled and published by IHS Markit. The indicator shows the activity level of the country's construction sector purchasing managers. Read More
8:30
EUR
S&P Global Construction PMI - - 36.3
Germany's Construction PMI (Purchasing Manager Index) is compiled and published by IHS Markit. The indicator shows the activity level of the country's construction sector purchasing managers. Read More
8:30
EUR
S&P Global Construction PMI - - 51.6
Italian Markit Construction PMI (Purchasing Managers Index) is compiled and published by IHS Markit. The indicator shows the activity level of the country's construction sector purchasing managers. Read More
8:30
EUR
S&P Global Construction PMI - - 41.3
Construction PMI in Eurozone is compiled and published by IHS Markit. The indicator shows the activity level of the construction sector purchasing managers in the reference countries. Read More
9:00
ZAR
RMB/BER Business Confidence Index - - 31
The RMB/BER Business Confidence Index reflects the general state of the economy as it relates to business doing conditions in South Africa. It can be useful in analyzing the economic situation in the short term. Read More
9:30
GBP
S&P Global/CIPS Construction PMI - 48.1 48.8
UK Markit/CIPS Construction PMI is published by Markit together with the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply. The indicator shows the activity level of the construction sector purchasing managers. Read More
10:00
GBP
Spring Forecast Statement - - -
Spring Forecast Statement is the second announcement of the UK budget made by the Treasury Chancellor, which is normally made in March, a month before the beginning of the new financial year (which occurs on April 5). It is also known among economists as the "mini-Budget". Read More
10:00
EUR
Retail Sales m/m - 0.1% -1.1%
The Retail Sales m/m indicator reflects a change in the retail sales in the eurozone, in the reported month compared to the previous one. The calculation is inflationary adjusted through the use of a special deflator. The indicator is also seasonally adjusted (for example, to exclude the effect of Christmas sales or the summer tourist season). Read More
10:00
EUR
Retail Sales y/y - -1.0% -0.8%
The Retail Sales y/y indicator shows a change in the euro area retail sales for the given month compared to the same month of the previous year. The calculation is inflationary adjusted through the use of a special deflator. The indicator is also seasonally adjusted (for example, to exclude the effect of Christmas sales or the summer tourist season). Read More
10:30
INR
RBI M3 Money Supply y/y - - -
RBI M3 Money Supply y/y measures a percentage change in the entire money supply circulating in Indian economy, in the reference month compared to the same month a year ago. It is a direct reflection of finances in the national economy. Read More
11:30
BRL
Current Account - $​0.380 B $​-1.553 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 - $​6.015 B $​7.780 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
12:00
BRL
Industrial Production m/m - 0.6% 1.1%
The Monthly Survey of Industry – Physical Production (PIM-PF) is published monthly by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE), through the IBGE Automatic Recovery System (SIDRA), with the objective of analyzing the Brazilian industrial production data. Read More
12:00
BRL
Industrial Production y/y - 0.0% 1.0%
The Annual Survey of Industry – Physical Production is published monthly by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE), through the IBGE Automatic Recovery System (SIDRA), as part of the Monthly Survey of Industry – Physical Production (PIM-PF), with the objective of analyzing the Brazilian industrial production data. Read More
12:00
MXN
Consumer Confidence Indicator - 46.4 47.1
The Consumer Confidence Indicator reflects the sentiment of individuals regarding the economic activity. It is calculated based on a monthly survey of households, which includes consumers' opinion on the following: general economic situation in Mexico, 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 Mexican economy is measured based on the Consumer Confidence Index. Read More
12:00
MXN
Consumer Confidence Indicator n.s.a. - - 47.6
The Consumer Confidence Indicator n.s.a. reflects the sentiment of individuals regarding the economic activity. It is calculated based on a monthly survey of households, which includes consumers' opinion on the following: general economic situation in Mexico, 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. Indicator values are not seasonally adjusted. The short-term outlook of the Mexican economy is measured based on the Consumer Confidence Index. Read More
13:00
BRL
ANFAVEA Auto Production m/m - -2.7% -11.1%
Various sectors of the economy always generate other new sectors, expanding the economy, so that all sectors practically become interdependent, and that way, the market becomes more and more complex and creates new needs. Read More
13:00
BRL
ANFAVEA Auto Sales m/m - -19.8% -35.0%
Various sectors of the economy always generate other new sectors, expanding the economy, so that all sectors practically become interdependent, and that way, the market becomes more and more complex and creates new needs. Read More
13:15
USD
ADP Nonfarm Employment Change - 84 K 107 K
ADP Nonfarm Employment Change shows the monthly change of employment in the main sectors of the United States economy. The indicator does not take agriculture into account. The calculation includes data collected from about 406,000 private enterprises which employ up to 23 million people (about 20% of all employees of the US private sector). Read More
13:30
CAD
Labor Productivity q/q - -0.3% -0.8%
Canada Labor Productivity q/q shows a change in the efficiency of Canadian workers producing goods and services, in the given quarter compared to the previous one. It is measured as real gross domestic product (GDP) per hour worked. Read More
14:45
CAD
BoC Interest Rate Decision - - 5.00%
Bank of Canada announces its decisions on interest rate eight times a year. It is one of the key events influencing the Canadian dollar quotes. The interest rate decision is adopted by the BoC Governing Council. The Governing Council makes the decision using information provided by the Monetary Policy Review Committee and the four economic departments at the Bank (they are responsible for analyzing Canada's economic situation, the international economy, financial stability and financial markets). Also the Council uses data series from Statistics Canada. Read More
14:45
CAD
BoC Rate Statement - - -
Bank of Canada's Rate Statement contains an interest rate decision, together with a short explanation of the factors influencing the decision. It is published eight times a year and is one of the key events influencing the Canadian dollar quotes. Read More
15:00
CAD
Ivey PMI - 56.4 56.5
Canada Ivey Purchasing Managers Index (Ivey PMI) shows economic activity in the past month, calculated by the Ivey School of Business. Read More
15:00
CAD
Ivey PMI n.s.a. - - 54.4
Canada Ivey Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) n.s.a. reflects economic activity in the past month calculated by the Ivey School of Business. Read More
15:00
USD
Wholesale Inventories m/m - -0.1% -0.1%
The Wholesale Inventories m/m indicator shows a change in the amount of goods held in stocks by wholesalers at the end of the reported month compared to the previous month. Only goods for resale are taken into account. The property of enterprises and goods stored in the company's territory but not belonging to it are excluded from calculation. Read More
15:00
USD
Wholesale Sales m/m - -0.2% 0.7%
US Wholesale Sales m/m reflects a change in the value of goods sold in the US at the wholesale level in the specified month compared to the previous month. It is a leading indicator of consumer inflation in the country. The indicator growth can have a positive effect on the US dollar quotes. Read More
15:00
USD
JOLTS Job Openings - 8.511 M 9.026 M
JOLTS Job Openings is a monthly report on job vacancies in the US commercial, industrial and office areas. The calculation includes all vacancies that remain open as of the last business day of a month. Read More
15:30
USD
EIA Crude Oil Stocks Change - 4.491 M 4.199 M
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
15:30
USD
EIA Cushing Crude Oil Stocks Change - 1.297 M 1.458 M
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
15:30
USD
EIA Crude Oil Imports Change - 0.386 M -0.032 M
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
15:30
USD
EIA Distillate Fuel Production Change - -0.102 M 0.118 M
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
15:30
USD
EIA Distillates Stocks Change - 3.146 M -0.510 M
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
15:30
USD
EIA Gasoline Production Change - 0.311 M 0.390 M
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
15:30
USD
EIA Heating Oil Stocks Change - -0.079 M -0.137 M
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
15:30
USD
EIA Gasoline Stocks Change - -3.899 M -2.832 M
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
15:30
USD
EIA Refinery Crude Oil Daily Inputs Change - - 0.100 M
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
15:30
USD
EIA Refinery Utilization Rate Change - - 0.9%
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
17:30
BRL
Foreign Exchange Flows - $​-0.211 B $​-2.317 B
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
BRL
Trade Balance - $​10.014 B $​6.527 B
The Ministry of Industry, Foreign Trade and Services of Brazil (MDIC) publishes information on the Brazilian trade balance data weekly and monthly. Read More
19:00
USD
Fed Beige Book - - -
Fed Beige Book is published by the US Federal Reserve Board. It is a report on current economic conditions in 12 regions of the country prepared by 12 regional federal reserve banks. It is published 8 times a year before a FOMC meeting. Read More
21:45
NZD
Manufacturing Sales Volume q/q - 2.7% -1.1%
New Zealand Manufacturing Sales Volume q/q reflects a change in the sales volumes of New Zealand industrial sector companies in the given quarter compared to the previous one. In the indicator calculation, the volume values are divided by the producer price index to eliminate the influence of price fluctuations. Sales growth indicates an increase in production activity. The indicator growth can have a positive effect on NZD quotes. Read More
21:45
NZD
Manufacturing Sales q/q - 2.5% -2.8%
New Zealand Manufacturing Sales q/q show a change in the dollar value of goods sold by New Zealand industrial sector companies in the given quarter compared to the previous one. Sales growth indicates an increase in production activity. The indicator growth can have a positive effect on NZD quotes. Read More
23:50
JPY
Foreign Bond Investment - - ¥​-257.0 B
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 - - ¥​-206.0 B
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
23:50
JPY
International Reserves - - $​1291.8 B
Japan's International Reserves measure the total value of foreign exchange and gold reserves, the IMF reserve positions and special drawing rights of Japan. They reflect foreign currency denominations stored in advance by the government or central bank in case the foreign exchange rate of Yen falls sharply or the home country falls into an economic crisis and falls into payment of external debt. It is an asset. Read More

Mar

07

Thursday

Actual
Forecast
Previous
0:30
AUD
Home Loans m/m - -3.0% -6.7%
The Australia Home Loans m/m indicator measures a change in the number of loans granted for home construction and purchases in the reported month compared to the previous month. The indicator only covers loans on homes for own residence, purchased not for resale or leasing. Read More
0:30
AUD
Investment Housing Loans m/m - - -1.3%
Australia Investment Housing Loans m/m measures a change in the amount of loans granted for investment housing construction and purchases for the purpose of leasing and resale, in the reported month compared to the previous month. Read More
1:30
JPY
BoJ Board Member Nakagawa Speech - - - -
3:35
JPY
30-Year JGB Auction - - 1.791%
30-Year Japanese Government Bonds (JGB) Auction indicator reflects data on sales of 30-year government bonds. Governments issue bonds (treasuries) to borrow funds from purchasers. The yield of a government bond is the income that an investor holding the bond for its entire duration will receive. Read More
6:00
CNY
Foreign Exchange Reserves - $​3.221 T $​3.219 T
Foreign Exchange Reserves reflect the total amount of foreign currency held by the People's Bank of China. Foreign exchange reserves include foreign banknotes, bank deposits, bonds, treasury bills and other government securities, as well as special drawing rights issued by the IMF, and a reserve position in the IMF. Read More
6:00
ZAR
Gross International Reserves - $​62.260 B $​61.188 B
South African Gross International Reserves measure the total value of foreign exchange and monetary gold reserves, special drawing rights, the IMF reserve positions and other assets denominated in dollars. Read More
6:00
ZAR
Net International Reserves - $​56.493 B $​56.662 B
Gross International Reserves measure the total value of foreign exchange and monetary gold reserves, special drawing rights, the IMF reserve positions and other assets denominated in dollars. Net International Reserves reflect the difference between gross reserves and the country's IMF loan debts. Read More
6:45
CHF
Unemployment Rate - 2.2% 2.2%
Switzerland Unemployment Rate reflects the share of unemployed individuals who were actively seeking employment in the reported month and were ready to immediately start working. The index includes individuals registered as unemployed in the Regional Employment Center (RAV), regardless of whether they are being paid unemployment benefits. Read More
6:45
CHF
Unemployment Rate n.s.a. - 2.5% 2.5%
Unemployment Rate n.s.a. reflects a percentage of unemployed workers in relation to Switzerland's total civilian labor force. No seasonal adjustment is applied to the indicator calculation. A decline in the unemployment rate is an indication of an increase in the purchasing power of the population, which can stimulate the national economy and thus have a positive effect on the Swiss franc quotes. Read More
7:00
EUR
Factory Orders m/m - 2.9% 8.9% -
7:00
EUR
Factory Orders y/y - -1.3% 2.7% -
7:00
NOK
Manufacturing Production m/m - 0.1% 0.3%
Norwegian Manufacturing Production m/m measures a change in the output of companies of all manufacturing sectors of the country. The indicator reflects a change in the total value added for manufactured goods, in the given month compared to the previous month. Read More
7:00
NOK
Manufacturing Production y/y - 1.4% 0.8%
Norwegian Manufacturing Production y/y measures a change in the output of companies of all manufacturing sectors of the country. The indicator reflects a change in the total value added for manufactured goods, in the given month compared to the same month of the previous year. Read More
7:00
NOK
Industrial Production m/m - -4.2% 1.0%
Norwegian Industrial Production m/m measures changes in the output of industrial sector companies. The indicator reflects a change in the total value added for manufactured goods, in the given month compared to the previous month. Read More
7:00
NOK
Industrial Production y/y - -1.2% -1.0%
Industrial Production y/y is an indicator of changes in the output of Norwegian industrial companies, in the given month compared to the same month a year ago. Read More
7:00
GBP
Halifax HPI m/m - -0.1% 1.3%
Halifax House Price Index (HPI) m/m demonstrates a change in the price of homes and properties in the given month compared to the previous month. It is calculated by the largest UK mortgage lender Halifax Bank of Scotland (HBOS), based on long-term data series. Monthly mortgage property price data statistic goes back to 1983. This long-term data is used to calculate a "standardized" house price and measure its changes. Read More
7:00
GBP
Halifax HPI y/y - 4.5% 2.5%
Halifax House Price Index y/y measures a change in the price of homes and properties in the given three months compared to the same period of the previous year. The annual change calculation provides a smoother picture than the calculation on a monthly basis. Read More
8:00
CHF
Foreign Currency Reserves - - ₣​662.429 B
Switzerland Foreign Currency Reserves reflect reserves in the foreign currency held by the Swiss National Bank. Read More
8:30
HKD
Foreign Exchange Reserves - $​425.4 B $​423.2 B
Foreign Exchange Reserves reflect the total value of Hong Kong's foreign reserves, securities, bank deposits, obligations, treasury bills, special drawing right and gold reserves. A higher than expected value can be seen as positive for the Hong Kong dollar quotes, while lower values are usually seen as negative. Read More
9:00
SGD
Foreign Exchange Reserves - $​361.147 B $​357.793 B
Singapore Foreign Exchange Reserves reflect the total amount of gold reserves held or controlled by Singapore central bank. Since the country has no natural resources or other tangible assets, financial reserves are strategically important. The indicator is published on a monthly basis. Higher than expected values may have a positive impact on the Singapore dollar quotes. Read More
9:00
ZAR
Current Account - R​-87.262 B R​-19.314 B
The Current Account is part of South Africa's balance of payments, which is a systematized data on all economic transactions between residents and non-residents. Read More
9:00
ZAR
Current Account - GDP Ratio - -1.2% -0.3%
The Current Account is part of South Africa's balance of payments, which is a systematized data on all economic transactions between residents and non-residents. In addition to the absolute value, the Current Account is also expressed as a percentage of the country's GDP, which indicates the country's level of international competitiveness. Read More
9:40
EUR
3-Year Bonos Auction - - 2.875%
The government bonds (Bonos del Estado) are dept securities issued by the government. The investor lends money to the state expecting to receive a pre-agreed interest. The government issues debt securities in order to receive money for infrastructure development or other government spending. The investor receives a guaranteed regular income paid before the maturity date. Although bonds are expected to provide a fixed income, this does not guarantee that the yield will always be positive, since bonds may have deviations in profitability relative to the expected yield, including accidental losses. Read More
9:40
EUR
5-Year Bonos Auction - - 2.873%
The government bonds (Bonos del Estado) are dept securities issued by the government. The investor lends money to the state expecting to receive a pre-agreed interest. The government issues debt securities in order to receive money for infrastructure development or other government spending. The investor receives a guaranteed regular income paid before the maturity date. Although bonds are expected to provide a fixed income, this does not guarantee that the yield will always be positive, since bonds may have deviations in profitability relative to the expected yield, including accidental losses. Read More
9:40
EUR
10-Year Obligacion Auction - - 3.170%
The government bonds (Bonos del Estado) are dept securities issued by the government. The investor lends money to the state expecting to receive a pre-agreed interest. The government issues debt securities in order to receive money for infrastructure development or other government spending. The investor receives a guaranteed regular income paid before the maturity date. Although bonds are expected to provide a fixed income, this does not guarantee that the yield will always be positive, since bonds may have deviations in profitability relative to the expected yield, including accidental losses. Read More
11:30
BRL
Nominal Budget Balance - R$​-98.012 B R$​-80.887 B
The Central Bank of Brazil (BCB) calculates consolidated fiscal statistics for the public sector, including the net debt and financing needs, reflected in the Nominal Budget Balance and the Primary Budget Balance of Brazil. Every month, a Fiscal Statistics report is published, reflecting the Nominal Surplus. Read More
11:30
BRL
Primary Budget balance - R$​-4.551 B R$​-37.270 B
The Central Bank of Brazil (BCB) calculates consolidated fiscal statistics for the public sector, including net debt and financing needs, reflected in the Nominal Budget Balance and Primary Budget Balance of Brazil. Every month a Fiscal Statistics report is published, reflecting the Primary Surplus. Read More
11:30
BRL
Net Debt - GDP Ratio - 60.2% 59.5%
The Net Debt of the Public Sector (DLSP) corresponds to the indebtedness of the non-financial public sector, along with the Central Bank of Brazil. The non-financial public sector includes the direct administration of the federal government, states and municipalities. It also includes the indirect administrations, which are: the public social security system and the non-financial state enterprises of the federation, states and municipalities. The companies of the Petrobras Group and the Eletrobras Group are not included in this list of non-financial state-owned enterprises for calculation purposes of public net debt. The Central Bank is included in the calculation of the net public sector debt, because its results are directly linked to the National Treasury. Read More
12:00
MXN
CPI m/m - 0.79% 0.89%
The Consumer Price Index m/m reflects changes in prices for the consumer basket of goods and services in Mexico, in the reported month compared to the previous month. The index is considered as one of the country's basic economic indicators. The analysis of changes in the consumer basket over time enables the evaluation of the country's overall inflation level. CPI growth can be seen as positive for the Mexican peso quotes. Read More
12:00
MXN
CPI y/y - 0.37% 0.88%
The Consumer Price Index y/y reflects changes in prices for the basket of consumer goods and services in Mexico, in the specified month compared to the same month of the previous year. The index is considered as one of the country's basic economic indicators. The analysis of changes in the consumer basket over time enables the evaluation of the country's overall inflation level. CPI growth can be seen as positive for the Mexican peso quotes. Read More
12:00
MXN
Core CPI m/m - 0.54% 0.40%
The Core Consumer Price Index (Core CPI) m/m reflects changes in prices for goods and services purchased by Mexican households. The index estimates price changes from the perspective of the consumer, in the given month compared to the previous one. The calculation includes goods and services, which characterize household spending, and it does not include taxes and social payments. Food prices are excluded from the indicator due to high volatility. The index is used to measure the country's inflation. The index growth can be seen as positive for the Mexican peso quotes. Read More
12:30
USD
Challenger Job Cuts - - 82.307 K
The Challenger Job Cuts figures reflect the total number of layoffs reported by employers during the given month. The indicator enables the assessment of the labor market situation. A higher than expected reading is seen as unfavorable for the US dollar, while lower readings are seen as positive. Read More
12:30
USD
Challenger Job Cuts y/y - -116.3% -20.0%
The Challenger Job Cuts y/y figures reflect the percentage change in layoffs reported by employers during the given month compared to the same month of the previous year. The indicator enables the assessment of the labor market situation. A higher than expected reading is seen as unfavorable for the US dollar, while lower readings are seen as positive. Read More
13:15
EUR
ECB Deposit Facility Rate Decision - - 4.00%
The European Central Bank's Deposit Rate Decision is made by the Governing Council of the ECB every six weeks, during a meeting on monetary policy, and is announced right after the meeting. Read More
13:15
EUR
ECB Interest Rate Decision - - 4.50%
The European Central Bank's Interest Rate Decision is made by the Governing Council of the ECB every six weeks, during a meeting on monetary policy, and is announced right after the meeting. This is one of the most important macroeconomic events in the eurozone, which can affect the euro quotes. Read More
13:15
EUR
ECB Marginal Lending Facility Rate Decision - - 4.75%
With the marginal lending facility, the respective central banks provide overnight liquidity for eligible assets to the national banks that fulfill certain eligibility criteria at national and EU level. Eligible assets are marketable debt instruments and assets that are of particular relevance to national financial markets and banking systems and for which certain eligibility criteria exist, according to ECB criteria. Read More
13:15
EUR
ECB Monetary Policy Statement - - -
ECB Monetary Policy Statement contains the decisions made during the ECB monetary policy meetings. The statement usually covers the bank's key rates, decision on asset purchases and may contain commentary about the economic conditions that influenced the ECB's decision. Read More
13:30
CAD
Building Permits m/m - 5.6% -14.0%
Canada Building Permits m/m indicate a change in the number of permits issued by Canadian municipalities for new construction projects. The indicator is calculated as a change in the reported month compared to the previous one. Read More
13:30
CAD
Imports - - $​64.385 B
Canada Imports reflect the US dollar value of imported goods in the specified month. The dollar calculation of the import value provides for a proper comparison of Canada's imports with other countries and a correct evaluation of trade statistics. Economists use the indicator to evaluate the structure and intensity of trade flows. Read More
13:30
CAD
Exports - - $​64.073 B
Canada Exports reflect the value of goods sold by residents to non-residents, expressed in US dollars. The dollar calculation of the export value provides for a proper comparison of Canada's exports with other countries and a correct evaluation of trade statistics. Economists use the indicator to evaluate the structure and intensity of trade flows. Read More
13:30
CAD
Trade Balance - $​1.165 B $​-0.312 B
Canada Trade Balance measures a change between exports and imports, in US dollars. Economists use the indicator to measure the activity of the manufacturing sector and the intensity of foreign trade flows. Read More
13:30
USD
Trade Balance - $​-61.844 B $​-62.201 B
Trade Balance shows a change between national exports and imports over a selected period. Economists use the Trade Balance to evaluate the structure of trade flows between countries. Read More
13:30
USD
Exports - - $​258.248 B
US Exports reflect the value of goods and services exported from the country. The indicator calculation covers the FAS (Free Alongside Ship) cost of goods, insurance and other related expenses. A higher than expected reading is seen as favorable for the US dollar, while lower readings are seen as negative. Read More
13:30
USD
Imports - - $​320.449 B
US Imports reflect the volume of goods and services imported from abroad, which become immediately available in consumption networks, warehouses and foreign trade zones. The indicator usually covers goods prices as estimated by US Custom and Border protection. A higher than expected reading is seen as favorable for the US dollar, while lower readings are seen as negative. Read More
13:30
USD
Nonfarm Productivity q/q - 3.2% 3.2%
Nonfarm Productivity q/q reflects the ratio between the real labor efficiency and the working time spent. The indicator is calculated as a change in the volume of goods or services produced per working hour in the given quarter compared to the previous one. Farm industry is not included in the calculation due to its seasonally volatile contribution to GDP. Read More
13:30
USD
Unit Labor Costs q/q - 0.5% 0.5%
Unit Labor Costs q/q reflect a change in the cost of labor per unit of output produced, in the reported quarter compared to the previous one. Costs per unit are calculated as the ratio of total labor compensation for the reported period to total output, i.e. as the hourly compensation divided by labor productivity. Read More
13:30
USD
Initial Jobless Claims - 208 K 215 K
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
13:30
USD
Continuing Jobless Claims - 1.895 M 1.905 M
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
13:30
USD
Initial Jobless Claims 4-Week Average - 212.554 K 212.500 K
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
13:45
EUR
ECB Monetary Policy Press Conference - - -
The European Central Bank's (ECB) Monetary Policy Press Conference is held after the European Central Bank's meeting, during which the interest rate and monetary policy is discussed, which the regulator holds every six weeks. Read More
15:30
USD
EIA Natural Gas Storage Change - -83 B -96 B
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
16:30
USD
4-Week Bill Auction - - 5.285%
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
16:30
USD
8-Week Bill Auction - - 5.285%
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
20:00
USD
Fed Consumer Credit m/m - $​-2.26 B $​1.56 B
Fed Consumer Credit shows monthly changes in outstanding credit extended to individuals. The report reflects credits for household, family and other personal expenditures. However, it does not include loans secured by real estate. Read More
23:00
KRW
Current Account - $​5.27 B $​7.41 B
Current Account reflects the difference between imported and exported goods, services and interest payments in the reported month. A positive value indicates an inflow of capital into the South Korean economy. A higher than expected reading can affect the South Korean won quotes positively. Read More
23:30
JPY
Household Spending y/y - -0.9% -2.5%
Japan's Household Spending Index y/y measures the total expenditure by Japanese households in the given month compared to the same month of the previous year. The index is calculated based on a statistical sample of domestic households. Read More
23:30
JPY
Household Spending m/m - 2.1% -0.9%
Japan's Household Spending Index m/m measures the total expenditure by Japanese households in the given month compared to the previous month. The index is calculated based on a statistical sample of households in the country. Read More
23:50
JPY
BoJ Bank Lending y/y - 3.2% 3.1%
BoJ Bank Lending y/y shows the dynamics of all outstanding loans in Japanese banks in the current month as compared to the same month of the previous year. Read More
23:50
JPY
Current Account n.s.a. - ¥​-233.2 B ¥​744.3 B
The Current Account index measures the difference in the amount of imported and exported goods, services and interest payments during the reported month. The index consists of several components, which are: net trade balance (exports minus imports), net income (interest, dividends) and incoming transfer payments (such as foreign taxes, etc.). Read More
23:50
JPY
Goods Trade Balance - ¥​-961.1 B ¥​115.5 B
Japan's Goods Trade Balance reflects the difference between exported and imported goods in the given month, in monetary terms. If a country imports more goods than it exports, a trade deficit is formed, otherwise there is a surplus. Read More
23:50
JPY
Adjusted Current Account - ¥​1864.3 B ¥​1810.0 B
Japan's Adjusted Current Account shows the difference between the reported monthly exports and the imports of goods, services and interest payment amounts. The index is seasonally adjusted. Read More

Mar

08

Friday

Actual
Forecast
Previous
5:00
JPY
Coincident Index - 115.5 115.9
Japan's Coincident Index evaluates the current economic situation in the Country. Read More
5:00
JPY
Leading Index - 110.2 110.2
Japan Leading Index integrates the fluctuations of important economic indicators in various economic activities, such as production and employment. This is the index created to understand the current state of the economy and to contribute to future forecasts. Read More
5:00
JPY
Coincident Index m/m - - 1.3%
Japan's Coincident Index evaluates the current economic situation based on a number of indicators relating to the reporting period. Read More
5:00
JPY
Leading Index m/m - - 2.1%
Japan's Leading Index integrates the fluctuations of important economic indicators in various economic activities, such as production and employment. This is the index created to understand the current state of the economy and to contribute to future forecasts. Read More
6:00
JPY
Economy Watchers Index for Current Conditions - 51.9 50.2
Economy Watchers Index for Current Conditions reflects the economic trends in the region. It measures the activity of households, corporations, and general employment in the country. Read More
6:00
JPY
Economy Watchers Index for Future Conditions - 52.8 52.5
Economy Watchers Index for Future Conditions is based on a survey of corporate workers, who are polled to evaluate the prospects of the national economy for the next three months. The survey includes questions about changes in the activity of households and corporations, as well as the overall employment in the country. The survey is based on data collected from over 2,000 employees. Read More
7:00
EUR
Industrial Production m/m - -0.6% -1.6%
The Industrial Production Index measures the monthly output of manufacturing industry in Germany in the reference month compared to the previous month. Due to its periodicity, its rapid availability and the detailed breakdown by economic activity, it is a central and up-to-date indicator of economic development. Read More
7:00
EUR
Industrial Production y/y - - -
The Industrial Production Index measures the monthly output of manufacturing industry in Germany in the reference month compared to the same month of the previous year. Due to its periodicity, its rapid availability and the detailed breakdown by economic activity, it is a central and up-to-date indicator of economic development. Read More
7:00
EUR
PPI m/m - -0.3% -1.2%
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
7:00
EUR
PPI y/y - -7.1% -8.6%
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
7:00
SEK
Industrial Production m/m - -2.4% 1.7%
Sweden's Industrial Production Index m/m reflects a change in the industrial production of private companies in the current month compared to the previous month. The indicator calculation covers all production sectors, including manufacturing, mining, refining, energy production and others. Read More
7:00
SEK
Industrial Production y/y - 0.7% 1.6%
Sweden's Industrial Production Index y/y reflects a change in the industrial production of private companies in the current month compared to the same month of the previous year. The indicator calculation covers all production sectors, including manufacturing, mining, refining, energy production and others. Read More
7:00
SEK
Industrial New Orders m/m - -8.8% 0.2%
Swedish Industrial New Orders Indicator m/m reflects a change in new orders received by private companies in Sweden during the reported month compared to the previous month. The indicator reflects orders in all sectors of Swedish production, including manufacturing, mining, refining, energy production and others. Read More
7:00
SEK
Industrial New Orders y/y - 2.7% -6.9%
Swedish Industrial New Orders Indicator y/y reflects a change in new orders received by private companies in Sweden during the reported month compared to the same month a year ago. The indicator reflects orders in all sectors of Swedish production, including manufacturing, mining, refining, energy production and others. Read More
7:00
SEK
Household Consumption m/m - - 0.1%
Sweden's Household Consumption m/m reflects a change in the market value of all goods and services, including durable goods (home appliances, cars, etc.), purchased by Swedish households in the reported month compared to the previous month. The indicator assesses detailed consumption and covers 147 consumption targets (according to COICOP classification). The calculation does not include purchases of dwellings, but it includes imputed rent for owner-occupied dwellings. Read More
7:00
SEK
Household Consumption y/y - - 0.1%
Sweden's Household Consumption y/y reflects a change in the market value of all goods and services, including durable goods (home appliances, cars, etc.), purchased by Swedish households in the reported month compared to the same month a year ago. Year-over-year estimation of consumption changes enables the assessment of long-term consumption trends. Read More
7:00
SEK
Private Sector Production m/m - - 1.4%
Sweden's Private Sector Production m/m reflects a change in the total value of goods and services produced by private companies in the production, services and construction sector in the current month compared to the previous month. A seasonally adjusted index value is published by Statistics Sweden on a monthly basis. The indicator has replaced the previously released Business Production Index. The advantage of the new index is that it measures the entire production in the private sector, and not only the final volume of produced goods and services, due to which the index provides early data. Read More
7:00
SEK
Private Sector Production y/y - - 0.5%
Sweden's Private Sector Production y/y reflects a change in the total value of goods and services produced by private companies in the industry, services and construction sector in the current month compared to the same month a year ago. The index is published by Statistics Sweden on a monthly basis. It has replaced the previously released Business Production Index. The advantage of the new index is that it measures the entire production in the private sector, and not only the final volume of produced goods and services, due to which the index provides early data. Read More
7:45
EUR
Exports - - €​50.192 B
France Exports reflect the value of goods exported from the country in the reported month. Information on exports is used in the assessment of France's foreign trade activity and the demand for French manufacturers' goods outside the country. A higher than expected reading can be seen as positive for the euro quotes. Read More
7:45
EUR
Imports - - €​57.021 B
France Imports reflect the value of goods imported to the country in the reported month. Information on imports is used in the assessment of France's foreign trade activity and the demand for imported goods in the country. A higher than expected reading can be seen as positive for the euro quotes. Read More
7:45
EUR
Trade Balance - €​-5.584 B €​-6.829 B
Trade Balance shows the difference between export and import of goods and services in France in the reported month. A positive balance value indicates a trade surplus, while a negative one hints at a trade deficit. A higher than expected reading can be seen as positive for the euro quotes. Read More
8:00
EUR
Industrial Production y/y - -2.1% -0.2%
Spain Industrial Production y/y reflects changes in total outputs of the manufacturing sector (excluding construction) in the reported month compared to the same month of the previous year. This is a quantitative index reflecting changes in the industrial production quantity and quality. The index is calculated relative to the base period, which has the benchmark level of 100 (adopted in 2015). Read More
9:00
EUR
PPI m/m - 0.0% -0.9%
The Producer Price Index (PPI) m/m implements the recognition of both the production prices of industrial products sold on the domestic market and the production prices of industrial products sold on foreign markets, therefore it is the index that measures the variations over time of the output prices that are formed in the first stage of marketing. Read More
9:00
EUR
PPI y/y - -15.5% -16.0%
The Producer Price Index (PPI) y/y implements the recognition of both the production prices of industrial products sold on the domestic market and the production prices of industrial products sold on foreign markets, therefore it is the index that measures the variations over time of the output prices that are formed in the first stage of marketing. Read More
10:00
EUR
Employment Change q/q - 0.3% 0.3%
Employment Change q/q shows the change in the number of people employed in the euro area resident companies in the given quarter compared to the previous one. The indicator calculation includes all types of employment: full-time, part-time, seasonal and temporary work, self-employment, etc. It also includes unpaid employment (such as family members employed in family manufacturing firms). Read More
10:00
EUR
Employment Change y/y - 1.3% 1.3%
Employment Change y/y shows the change in the number of people employed in the euro area resident companies in the given year compared to the previous one. The indicator calculation includes all types of employment: full-time, part-time, self-employment, etc. Read More
10:00
EUR
GDP q/q - 0.0% 0.0%
Gross Domestic Product q/q reflects a change in the total value of all goods and services produced in the euro area in the current quarter compared to the previous one. The calculation excludes the price of goods and services used in the intermediate manufacturing. The data are seasonally adjusted. Eurozone's GDP is calculated based on individual GDPs of Member States. Read More
10:00
EUR
GDP y/y - 0.1% 0.1%
Gross Domestic Product y/y reflects a change in the total value of all goods and services produced in the euro area in the specified quarter compared to the same quarter of the previous year. The calculation excludes the price of goods and services used in the intermediate manufacturing. The data are seasonally adjusted. Eurozone's GDP is calculated based on individual GDPs of Member States. Read More
10:00
EUR
Employment Level - - -
Employment Level shows the number of employed people in the European Union. The employed are defined as persons over 15 years of age, who have worked in gainful employment for at least one hour in the previous week, as well as those who had a job but were absent from work due to illness, vacation, strikes, etc. Eurostat publishes quarterly and annual employment data. Read More
11:30
BRL
BCB Bank Lending m/m - 0.4% 1.0%
Loan operations refer to capital loans or financing of customers’ purchases by financial institutions. Credit operations have interest rates and fees which are used according to the type of credit. Financial institutions make such credits available to customers according to their own rules. The main credit operations are loans to individuals, corporate loans, overdrafts, payroll loans, sundry loans, revolving credit cards and other credits. Read More
11:30
INR
Bank Loan Growth y/y - 20.5% 20.3%
India's Bank Loan Growth y/y reflects changes in the volume of outstanding loans issued to Indian consumers and companies. The index measures year-over-year changes. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) publishes loan data on a monthly basis. Read More
11:30
INR
Deposit Growth y/y - 13.4% 13.6%
India's Deposit Growth y/y reflects a change in bank deposits in the given quarter compared to the same period a year ago. The Reserve Bank of India conducts a survey among the country's commercial banks to collect data for the indicator calculation. Read More
11:30
INR
Foreign Exchange Reserves - $​616.271 B $​619.072 B
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
USD
FOMC Member Williams Speech - - - -
13:30
CAD
Capacity Utilization Rate - 80.6% 79.7%
Canada Capacity Utilization Rate reflects the intensity with which industries use their production capacity. The indicator shows the percentage of actual to potential production output. The actual output is measured based on quarterly GDP (for appropriate sectors). Farming industry is excluded from the indicator calculation. The index is published quarterly. Read More
13:30
CAD
Employment Change - 33.3 K 37.3 K
Canada Employment Change reflects a change in the number of people having full-time or part-time jobs, in the given month. The part-time employment calculation coverage includes people who usually work less than 30 hours per week, full-time employment means 30 and more working hours. Read More
13:30
CAD
Full-Time Employment Change - - -11.6 K
Canada Full-Time Employment Change reflects a change in the number of people having full-time jobs, in the given month. The full-time employment calculation coverage includes people who usually work no less than 30 hours per week in their main or the only one job. Read More
13:30
CAD
Part-Time Employment Change - - 48.9 K
Canada Part-Time Employment Change reflects a change in the number of people having part-time jobs, in the given month. The part-time employment calculation coverage includes people who usually work less than 30 hours per week in their main or the only one job. Read More
13:30
CAD
Unemployment Rate - 5.7% 5.7%
Canada Unemployment Rate is a percentage of unemployed workers in relation to the total civilian labor force. Unemployed people are those without a job who have been actively seeking work in the past four weeks. Read More
13:30
CAD
Participation Rate - 65.5% 65.3%
Canada Participation Rate is the percentage of the total number of labor-force age people (15 years and over) who are either employed or are actively seeking employment, in relation to the total population in the corresponding age group. Read More
13:30
USD
Unemployment Rate - 3.7% 3.7%
Unemployment Rate is a percentage of unemployed residents in relation to the total civilian labor force. In the indicator calculation, the person who has been actively seeking job during the past four weeks and cannot start working right now is defined as unemployed. Such a person is included in the unemployment rate regardless of whether this person is receiving unemployment benefits. Read More
13:30
USD
Nonfarm Payrolls - 220 K 353 K
Nonfarm Payrolls present the number of new jobs created during the given month, in all non-agricultural sectors of the US economy. Calculation does not include military and intelligence services, self-employed citizens and those employed on private households. Read More
13:30
USD
Participation Rate - 62.7% 62.5%
Participation Rate is the percentage of the total number of labor-force age people (16 years and older) who are either employed or are actively seeking employment, in relation to the total population in the corresponding age group. Read More
13:30
USD
Average Hourly Earnings m/m - 0.3% 0.6%
The Average Hourly Earnings m/m indicator reflects changes in the average hourly earnings in most non-agricultural industries in the specified month compared to the previous month. Read More
13:30
USD
Average Hourly Earnings y/y - 4.4% 4.5%
The Average Hourly Earnings y/y indicator reflects current month changes in the average hourly earnings in most non-agricultural industries compared to the same month of the previous year. Read More
13:30
USD
Average Weekly Hours - 34.2 34.1
The Average Weekly Hours indicator shows the average number of working hours per week for those employed in private non-agricultural US companies. Read More
13:30
USD
Government Payrolls - 29 K 36 K
A change in Government Payrolls shows how many new jobs have been created in the US public sector in the reported month. The report is calculated based on data on the number of full-time employees in the governmental institutions and departments. Read More
13:30
USD
Private Nonfarm Payrolls - 222 K 317 K
Private Nonfarm Payrolls show the number of new jobs created in the given month in private companies in all US economy sectors excluding the farm sector. The calculation is based on a survey of approximately 147,000 companies, which provide around 634,000 jobs across the United States. Read More
13:30
USD
U6 Unemployment Rate - 7.1% 7.2%
US U6 Unemployment Rate provides an alternative US unemployment calculation method and is often considered the most revealing unemployment indicator. It also shows a percentage of unemployed residents in relation to the total civilian labor force. However, unlike the key unemployment rate indicator U3, U6 takes into accounts individuals who have been actively seeking employment in the last four weeks, as well as the following categories of unemployed residents, which are considered 'marginally attached'. Read More
13:30
USD
Manufacturing Payrolls - 8 K 23 K
Manufacturing Payrolls reflect an absolute difference in the number of employees of manufacturing companies in the given month compared to the previous one. The indicator enables the evaluation of the labor market state, therefore a higher than expected reading is seen as favorable for the US dollar, while lower readings are seen as negative. Read More
17:00
USD
WASDE Report - - -
USDA WASDE (World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates) Report is a monthly supply and demand forecast for grain, oilseeds and cotton. Sugar, meat, poultry, eggs and milk are also taken into account when assessing US demand and supply. Read More
18:00
USD
Baker Hughes US Oil Rig Count - - 506
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
18:00
USD
Baker Hughes US Total Rig Count - - 629
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
20:30
AUD
CFTC AUD Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -79.2 K
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
20:30
BRL
CFTC BRL Non-Commercial Net Positions - - 17.5 K
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
20:30
CAD
CFTC CAD Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -1.4 K
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
20:30
JPY
CFTC JPY Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -132.7 K
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
20:30
MXN
CFTC MXN Non-Commercial Net Positions - - 93.8 K
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
20:30
NZD
CFTC NZD Non-Commercial Net Positions - - 10.1 K
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
20:30
ZAR
CFTC ZAR Non-Commercial Net Positions - - 2.6 K
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
20:30
CHF
CFTC CHF Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -12.0 K
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
20:30
GBP
CFTC GBP Non-Commercial Net Positions - - 46.4 K
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
20:30
USD
CFTC Copper Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -1.6 K
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
20:30
USD
CFTC Silver Non-Commercial Net Positions - - 14.5 K
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
20:30
USD
CFTC Gold Non-Commercial Net Positions - - 141.6 K
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
20:30
USD
CFTC Crude Oil Non-Commercial Net Positions - - 224.8 K
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
20:30
USD
CFTC S&P 500 Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -224.2 K
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
20:30
USD
CFTC Aluminium Non-Commercial Net Positions - - 3.3 K
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
20:30
USD
CFTC Corn Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -232.6 K
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
20:30
USD
CFTC Natural Gas Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -141.6 K
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
20:30
USD
CFTC Soybeans Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -191.2 K
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
20:30
USD
CFTC Wheat Non-Commercial Net Positions - - -37.0 K
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
20:30
USD
CFTC Nasdaq 100 Non-Commercial Net Positions - - 10.2 K
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
20:30
EUR
CFTC EUR Non-Commercial Net Positions - - 62.9 K
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

Mar

09

Saturday

Actual
Forecast
Previous
1:30
CNY
CPI m/m - 0.1% 0.3%
China Consumer Price Index (CPI) m/m reflects a change in the level of prices for consumer goods and services from household perspective, in the given month compared to the previous one. Read More
1:30
CNY
CPI y/y - -0.1% -0.8%
China Consumer Price Index (CPI) y/y reflects a change in the level of prices for consumer goods and services from household perspective, in the given month compared to the same month of the previous year. Read More
1:30
CNY
PPI y/y - -2.1% -2.5%
China Producer Price Index (PPI) y/y shows changes in the value of manufactured goods from the producer perspective, in the specified month compared to the same month of the previous year. The index consists of two subindexes: Read More

Mar

05

Tuesday

Actual
Forecast
Previous
9:30
ZAR
GDP q/q - -2.1% -0.2%
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) q/q reflects a change in the total value of all goods and services produced in South Africa in the current quarter compared to the previous one. The calculation excludes the prices of goods and services used in the intermediate manufacturing. The data is seasonally adjusted. Read More
9:30
ZAR
GDP y/y - 0.0% -0.7%
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) y/y reflects a change in the total value of all goods and services produced in South Africa in the specified quarter compared to the same quarter of the previous year. Read More
7:00
NOK
Household Consumption m/m - - -0.5%
Norwegian Household Consumption m/m reflects a change in durable and non-durable goods consumed by Norwegian households in the reported month compared to the previous month. The index reflects purely domestic consumption and therefore does not include household consumption abroad, such as direct purchases from abroad. For this indicator version, a seasonally adjusted data series is used, weekends and holidays are also taken into account. Read More
7:00
NOK
Household Consumption y/y - - -14.6%
Norwegian Household Consumption y/y reflects a change in durable and non-durable goods consumed by Norwegian households in the reported month compared to the same month a year ago. The index reflects purely domestic consumption and therefore does not include household consumption abroad, such as direct purchases from abroad. Read More
17:00
USD
Fed Vice Chair for Supervision Barr Speech - - - -
20:30
USD
Fed Vice Chair for Supervision Barr Speech - - - -

Mar

06

Wednesday

Actual
Forecast
Previous
15:00
USD
Fed Chair Powell Testimony - - - -

Mar

07

Thursday

Actual
Forecast
Previous
15:00
EUR
Bbk Executive Board Member Balz Speech - - - -
15:00
USD
Fed Chair Powell Testimony - - - -
11:00
BRL
FGV IGP-DI Inflation Index m/m - -0.97% -0.27%
The General Price Index – Internal Availability (IGP-DI) has been the official index of inflation in Brazil for many years. Currently, IPCA has this objective and is published by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE). Read More
15:00
EUR
ECB President Lagarde Speech - - - -
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