The Economic Calendar provides a look into the economy, government policies and international markets. It offers an inside perspective from notable policymakers and chief economists. Find out if the Non-Farm Payroll or the GDP will be published this week. Having an economic calendar will help you avoid volatility disasters in your trading.
Top impact Economic Calendar Events
Find out if central banks will make a monetary policy decision this week. We will have information regarding the interest rates by the Federal Reserve and European Central Bank. Learn more reading our Investment Blog or our Investment Platform Reviews.
|BOJ Summary of Opinions||JPY||06-26-2022||11:50pm||Low|
|Core Durable Goods Orders m/m||USD||06-27-2022||12:30pm||Medium||0.4%||0.3%|
|Durable Goods Orders m/m||USD||06-27-2022||12:30pm||Medium||0.1%||0.4%|
|Pending Home Sales m/m||USD||06-27-2022||2:00pm||Medium||-3.5%||-3.9%|
|ECB President Lagarde Speaks||EUR||06-27-2022||5:30pm||Low|
|BOJ Core CPI y/y||JPY||06-28-2022||4:59am||Low||1.5%||1.4%|
|German GfK Consumer Climate||EUR||06-28-2022||6:00am||Low||-27.5||-26.0|
|ECB President Lagarde Speaks||EUR||06-28-2022||8:00am||Medium|
|MPC Member Cunliffe Speaks||GBP||06-28-2022||11:00am||Low|
|Prelim Wholesale Inventories m/m||USD||06-28-2022||12:30pm||Low||2.1%||2.1%|
|Goods Trade Balance||USD||06-28-2022||12:30pm||Low||-106.0B||-105.9B|
|S&P/CS Composite-20 HPI y/y||USD||06-28-2022||1:00pm||Low||21.2%||21.2%|
|Richmond Manufacturing Index||USD||06-28-2022||1:59pm||Medium||-4||-9|
|CB Consumer Confidence||USD||06-28-2022||2:00pm||High||100.0||106.4|
|BRC Shop Price Index y/y||GBP||06-28-2022||11:01pm||Low||2.8%|
|Retail Sales y/y||JPY||06-28-2022||11:50pm||Low||4.0%||2.9%|
|Retail Sales m/m||AUD||06-29-2022||1:30am||Low||0.3%||0.9%|
|German Prelim CPI m/m||EUR||06-29-2022||6:29am||Medium||0.4%||0.9%|
|Spanish Flash CPI y/y||EUR||06-29-2022||7:00am||Low||8.8%||8.7%|
|Italian Bank Holiday||EUR||06-29-2022||7:03am||Holiday|
|Credit Suisse Economic Expectations||CHF||06-29-2022||8:00am||Low||-52.6|
|M3 Money Supply y/y||EUR||06-29-2022||8:00am||Low||5.8%||6.0%|
|Private Loans y/y||EUR||06-29-2022||8:00am||Low||4.5%||4.5%|
|FOMC Member Mester Speaks||USD||06-29-2022||10:15am||Medium|
|Final GDP q/q||USD||06-29-2022||12:30pm||Medium||-1.5%||-1.5%|
|Final GDP Price Index q/q||USD||06-29-2022||12:30pm||Low||8.1%||8.1%|
|BOE Gov Bailey Speaks||GBP||06-29-2022||1:00pm||High|
|ECB President Lagarde Speaks||EUR||06-29-2022||1:00pm||High|
|Fed Chair Powell Speaks||USD||06-29-2022||1:00pm||High|
|Crude Oil Inventories||USD||06-29-2022||2:29pm||Low||-1.6M||2.0M|
|Crude Oil Inventories||USD||06-29-2022||2:30pm||Low||-0.9M||-0.4M|
|ECB President Lagarde Speaks||EUR||06-29-2022||3:00pm||Low|
|FOMC Member Bullard Speaks||USD||06-29-2022||5:05pm||Low|
|Prelim Industrial Production m/m||JPY||06-29-2022||11:50pm||Low||-0.2%||-1.3%|
|ANZ Business Confidence||NZD||06-30-2022||1:00am||Low||-55.6|
|Private Sector Credit m/m||AUD||06-30-2022||1:30am||Low||0.6%||0.8%|
|Housing Starts y/y||JPY||06-30-2022||4:59am||Low||1.7%||2.2%|
|Final GDP q/q||GBP||06-30-2022||6:00am||Low||0.8%||0.8%|
|Revised Business Investment q/q||GBP||06-30-2022||6:00am||Low||-0.5%||-0.5%|
|Nationwide HPI m/m||GBP||06-30-2022||6:00am||Low||0.5%||0.9%|
|German Import Prices m/m||EUR||06-30-2022||6:00am||Low||1.6%||1.8%|
|German Retail Sales m/m||EUR||06-30-2022||6:00am||Low||1.1%||-5.4%|
|Retail Sales y/y||CHF||06-30-2022||6:30am||Low||-5.0%||-6.0%|
|French Consumer Spending m/m||EUR||06-30-2022||6:45am||Low||0.2%||-0.4%|
|French Prelim CPI m/m||EUR||06-30-2022||6:45am||Low||0.7%||0.6%|
|KOF Economic Barometer||CHF||06-30-2022||7:00am||Low||96.2||96.8|
|German Unemployment Change||EUR||06-30-2022||7:55am||Low||-5K||-4K|
|Italian Monthly Unemployment Rate||EUR||06-30-2022||8:00am||Low||8.4%||8.4%|
|Italian 10-y Bond Auction||EUR||06-30-2022||9:16am||Low||3.10|1.6|
|Core PCE Price Index m/m||USD||06-30-2022||12:30pm||High||0.4%||0.3%|
|Personal Income m/m||USD||06-30-2022||12:30pm||Low||0.5%||0.4%|
|Personal Spending m/m||USD||06-30-2022||12:30pm||Low||0.4%||0.9%|
|Natural Gas Storage||USD||06-30-2022||2:30pm||Low||70B||74B|
|AIG Manufacturing Index||AUD||06-30-2022||10:30pm||Low||52.4|
|Building Consents m/m||NZD||06-30-2022||10:45pm||Low||-8.5%|
|Tokyo Core CPI y/y||JPY||06-30-2022||11:30pm||Low||2.1%||1.9%|
|Tankan Manufacturing Index||JPY||06-30-2022||11:50pm||Low||13||14|
|Tankan Non-Manufacturing Index||JPY||06-30-2022||11:50pm||Low||13||9|
|Final Manufacturing PMI||JPY||07-01-2022||12:30am||Low||52.7||52.7|
|Caixin Manufacturing PMI||CNY||07-01-2022||1:45am||Low||50.2||48.1|
|Commodity Prices y/y||AUD||07-01-2022||6:30am||Low||30.4%|
|French Gov Budget Balance||EUR||07-01-2022||6:45am||Low||-67.3B|
|Spanish Manufacturing PMI||EUR||07-01-2022||7:15am||Low||52.3||53.8|
|Italian Manufacturing PMI||EUR||07-01-2022||7:45am||Low||50.6||51.9|
|French Final Manufacturing PMI||EUR||07-01-2022||7:50am||Low||51.0||51.0|
|German Final Manufacturing PMI||EUR||07-01-2022||7:55am||Low||52.0||52.0|
|Final Manufacturing PMI||EUR||07-01-2022||8:00am||Low||52.0||52.0|
|Final Manufacturing PMI||GBP||07-01-2022||8:30am||Low||53.4||53.4|
|M4 Money Supply m/m||GBP||07-01-2022||8:30am||Low||0.4%||0.0%|
|Net Lending to Individuals m/m||GBP||07-01-2022||8:30am||Low||5.6B||5.5B|
|Italian Prelim CPI m/m||EUR||07-01-2022||9:00am||Low||0.6%||0.9%|
|Core CPI Flash Estimate y/y||EUR||07-01-2022||9:00am||Medium||3.9%||3.8%|
|CPI Flash Estimate y/y||EUR||07-01-2022||9:00am||High||8.5%||8.1%|
|Final Manufacturing PMI||USD||07-01-2022||1:45pm||Low||52.4||52.4|
|ISM Manufacturing PMI||USD||07-01-2022||2:00pm||High||54.6||56.1|
|ISM Manufacturing Prices||USD||07-01-2022||2:00pm||Low||80.0||82.2|
|Construction Spending m/m||USD||07-01-2022||2:00pm||Low||0.3%||0.2%|
|Wards Total Vehicle Sales||USD||07-01-2022||2:15pm||Low||13.3M||12.7M|
FAQs about this Economic Calendar
An Economic Calendar is an interactive and real-time tool that tells you about futures economic events. It provides a live look at upcoming events and releases from around the world, such as company earnings reports, industry statistics, jobs data, interest rates and bond yields.
FED Interest Rate Decision: The Federal Reserve monetary policy is designed to influence the level of interest rates in the United States. The Fed sets interest rate targets for a given time period. These targets are adjusted based on economic conditions and market expectations.
FOMC Minutes: The FOMC sets monetary policy to promote price stability and maximum employment over a medium-term horizon by setting interest rates through open market operations and other means. The FOMC meets eight times per year.
US Labor Statistics: The organizations that publish the most meaningful indicators, the ones that carry the greatest impact in the markets, are the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the US Bureau of Economic Analysis, the US Census Bureau and the Energy Information Administration.
The calendar tracks key economic indicators such as GDP, unemployment rate and retail sales. In addition to this, it also provides an outlook for different industries within Canada. One thing that always stands out about these indicators is how closely they are related to one another and how volatile they can be at times.
Canada’s economic calendars include: BoC Rate Statement, BoC Interest Rate Decision, Monetary Policy Report, Unemployment Rate, Net Change in Employment and Gross Domestic Product. This economic calendar is a very important indicator of the state of Canada’s economy.
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The Bank of England (BoE) )publishes a monthly bulletin called the “Bank of England Quarterly Review”
Why London market? London, capital of the United Kingdom was ranked as the second-largest financial center in the world by “The Banker” magazine. London is a global hub for finance and trading in stock, commodities, currency and derivative markets.
Australia’s economy is flourishing and one of the strongest in the world. The Australian economy is wealthy in commodities, and it mostly sells its resources to Asian countries.
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) is responsible for providing services to both other central banks and the Australian Government. The RBA is an independent statutory authority that has a dual role: it can provide banking services to commercial banks, and act as guardian of some government debt securities.
> Central Banks Interest Rate Decision (1)
> ECB Interest Rate Decision (in particular) (2)
> EIA Crude Oil Stocks change (3)
> Nonfarm Payrolls (4)
(1) Central banks are responsible for examining macroeconomic conditions, analyzing economic trends, and making decisions on open market operations (buying or selling bonds). In addition to monetary policy, most central banks also engage in some form of regulatory activity aimed at keeping financial markets stable and secure.
(2) The European Central Bank (ECB) sets the interest rates that it charges banks for loans and advances to individuals and governments. The ECB uses a number of interest rate policies to regulate the money supply in its member countries which allow banks to borrow from the central bank at a fixed rate; and credit controls, which restrict access to credit by banks.
(3) EIA Crude Oil Stocks change is a market indicator that shows how much the stock prices of EIA crude oil stocks have changed from one day to the next.
(4) Nonfarm Payrolls is a number that represents the total number of people who are employed by non-farm businesses, not including farm workers.