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Economic Calendar
The broadcast features significant economic surveys and indicators,monetary policy events,and speeches.
Each of the segments regards a certain economy and the currency it is likely to affect is indicated in the report.
High importance news releases are known to shake up the currency markets and each one of these is marked with a special note to help traders choose which of the events they should definitely keep an eye out for.
For most data releases a small summary is provided including details of the release and possible explanations behind the data. Data of the previous release and consensus estimates are also provided as a guide to traders.
  • Economic Calendar
    Economic Calendar
    Fri, Aug 18, 06:00
    The news release schedule might be short on Friday, but it does have a couple of important market movers; let's take a quick look.
    German Producer Price Index for July will be available at 6 AM, and prices stood unchanged on a monthly basis in June as declining oil costs pushed the total lower; it did, however, grow on an annual basis, and gains were recorded across the board.
    Canadian Consumer Price Index for July is up next at 12:30 PM GMT, and it's a closely watched release for Loonie Dollar traders. The annual inflation lost point 3 percentage points in June and, again, a downswing in oil prices was the main culprit; however, food prices did go up and the core reading inched higher.
    And the preliminary University of Michigan Consumer Confidence for August comes at 2. The Index took an unexpected hit in July, reflecting less optimism about consumers' personal finances and frustration with slow progress on health care and tax policy.
    I'm Jessica Walker and this was the Economic Calendar for Friday, the 18th of August. We'll be back with the next overview of key events for Monday, but for now, goodbye.
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    Economic Calendar
    Thu, Aug 17, 06:00
    Let's see which news releases could move the currency markets on Thursday, the 17th of August. This is the Economic Calendar.
    UK Monthly Retail Sales for July are up first at 8:30 in the morning. Sales rebounded in June, partially reversing a 1.1% drop in May.
    The final estimate of Euro Zone July CPI is out at 9. The preliminary reading puts the annual inflation at the same 1.3% level as a month ago.
    Euro Zone Trade Balance for June is out at the same time, and trade surplus widened in May from 18.6 billion the previous month.
    European Central Bank will publish the Minutes of its July meeting at half past 11. The Common Currency is having a bit of a bullish momentum, albeit not without its setbacks, so any hawkish hints could have an impact.
    The closely watched weekly update on US Jobless Claims comes at 12:30 PM GMT. Initial claims went up by 3 thousand during the week ending August 5, whereas the continuing claims dropped by 16 thousand during the week ending July 29.
    Philly Fed Manufacturing Index for August is out at the same time. The Index plunged to a 9-month low in July, but it did remain in the positive territory.
    And Canadian Manufacturing Shipments for June will be available at this time as well. Sales have been growing for the past 3 months.
    US Industrial Production for June follows at quarter past 1. Output picked up speed in May, following a weak point 1% gain the previous month.
    And US Leading Index for July concludes the schedule at 2. The Index increased quite notably in June, and the report noted that there could even be an improvement in GDP growth.
    I'm Jessica Walker and this was the Economic Calendar for Thursday. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Friday. Goodbye.
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    Economic Calendar
    Wed, Aug 16, 06:00
    The latest Euro Zone GDP data will be available on Wednesday, the 16th of August; let's find out more.
    But first, there's the closely watched UK Labour Report for July, which is out at 8:30. The June report surprised on the upside as the unemployment rate inched even lower and jobless claims grew less than expected.
    The high importance preliminary second quarter Euro Zone GDP is out at 9. The first quarter data showed the fastest growth in 5 quarters, but it did show the Greek economy has slipped back into recession.
    Coming up next at 12:30 PM GMT are US Building Permits for July, and the number of permits jumped in June as demand for new housing remains high.
    The Fed will publish the closely watched minutes of its July meeting at 6 and, as always, traders will be looking for any hawkish hints.
    New Zealand Second Quarter Producer Price Index follows at 10:45. Producer prices continued growing in the first quarter in light of higher oil prices.
    Japanese Trade Balance for July is out at 11:50. Trade surplus narrowed in June as exports inched lower and imports went up.
    And Australian July Labour Report will be available at half past 1, which is a high importance publication for the Aussie Dollar traders. The previous report came in much in line with expectations, and full-time employment saw especially strong growth.
    And that's all for Wednesday's Economic Calendar. I'm Celeste Skinner and we'll be back with the next overview of news releases for Thursday. See you then.
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    Economic Calendar
    Tue, Aug 15, 06:00
    Tuesday brings the latest US Retail Sales data, so let's take a closer look.
    Swiss Producer and Import Price Index for July is up first at 7:15 AM. The Index has been declining for the past three months, pushed lower by decreasing scrap and wood products prices.
    A number of news releases regarding the British economy in July are out at 8:30, including the all-important Consumer Price Index. It is quite remarkable that the UK has lately been facing the issue of inflationary, rather than deflationary, pressure, although the annual CPI did ease in June from the 4-year high reached the previous month.
    Producer Price Index, on the other hand, has been declining for the past 3 months, mainly due to lower oil prices.
    And UK House Price Index for June comes at the same time. The annual price growth did slow down in May, but the report remained moderately positive about price expectations.
    Coming up next at 12:30 PM GMT is the closely watched preliminary estimate of US July Retail Sales. Sales have been declining for the past two months, suggesting that American households remain cautious about spending their growing income.
    Empire State Manufacturing Index for August is out at this time as well. The Index plunged by no less than 10 points in June, having reached a 2-year high the previous month.
    US NAHB Housing Market Index for August will be available at 2. July brought the second consecutive monthly decrease, although the Index still remains well in the positive territory.
    And Australian Westpac Leading Index for June concludes the schedule at half past midnight. The May reading slipped below the long-term average, reflecting a drop in commodity prices.
    I'm Jessica Walker and this was the Economic Calendar for Tuesday, the 15th of August. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Wednesday. Goodbye.
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  • Economic Calendar
    Economic Calendar
    Mon, Aug 14, 06:00
    There’s not much on the Economic Calendar for Monday, but there are still some important factors that could affect trading.
    The schedule actually begins on Sunday evening at 10.30 PM GMT when the New Zealand Performance Service Index for July will be released. June figures edged down to 58.6, from 58.8 the previous month. The index is forecast to come in at 57.8 in July.
    15 minutes later New Zealand Retail Sales figures for the second quarter of this year will be out. First Quarter data surprised on the upside, and was the sharpest increase in retail trade since the second quarter of 2016. This strength was driven mainly by higher sales of motor-vehicle parts, food and beverage services, and electrical and electronic goods.
    Japanese Yen traders will be closely watching the markets at ten minutes before midnight on Sunday, as we have second quarter preliminary GDP figures out for the country. First quarter figures delivered a disappointing point 3% growth, as the index was revised downwards from a preliminary point 5% growth estimate. Capital expenditure was not able to offset a weaker private consumption.
    And the only thing on the agenda for Monday is June’s Euro Area Industrial Production data which will be released at 9 AM GMT. May’s figures delivered a better than anticipated 4% year on year gain, as output rose the most for durable consumer goods, followed by capital goods, intermediate goods, non-durable consumer goods and energy.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and that wraps up today’s Economic Calendar, but be sure to tune back in on Monday to make sure you’re prepared for all of Tuesday’s news releases. See you then.
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    Economic Calendar
    Fri, Aug 11, 06:00
    There’s not much on the Economic Calendar for Friday the 11th of August, however, greenback trader’s may want to tune in as there is some high importance data coming from the US.
    The schedule starts at 6 AM GMT with some releases from Germany, namely, the Final German Consumer Price Index for July. Consumer prices in Germany are expected to increase by 1.7% year on year, above market consensus and the highest inflation rate since April. The boost was mainly driven by rising energy prices.
    At the same time is the German Wholesale Price Index for July. The monthly index rose to 0% in June, from a disappointing -0.7% figure in May.
    45 minutes later is the French Final Consumer Price Index for July. The annualised rate is expected to stay at point 7% in July, unchanged from the previous month’s six month low. Consumer prices increased for food, energy and services in France, whilst dropping prices in manufacturing products continued to weigh down the index.
    Greenback traders should be keeping a close eye on July’s inflation figures from the United States at 12.30PM GMT. Consumer prices increased 1.6% year on year in June 2017, which is the lowest inflation rate since October 2016 and was driven down due to a fall in gasoline prices.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and that’s all for Friday’s Economic Calendar. Be sure to tune back in tomorrow, for a preview of important news releases to watch out for on Monday. See you then.
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  • Economic Calendar
    Economic Calendar
    Thu, Aug 10, 06:00
    Let's see which news releases could move the currency markets on Thursday, the 10th of April. This is the Economic Calendar.
    Two news releases regarding the British economy in June are up first at 8:30 AM, and Trade Balance is one of them. Trade deficit widened in May on the back of rising transportation equipment, oil and electrical machinery imports.
    Industrial Production slipped in May, following just one month of somewhat mediocre growth.
    UK NIESR Monthly GDP Estimate for July is out at noon. The previous estimate included the second quarter data and noted exactly the same point 3% growth as the official reading.
    The closely watched weekly update on US Jobless Claims is coming up next at 12:30 PM GMT. Initial claims slipped by 5 thousand during the week ending July 29 while the continuing claims grew by 3 thousand during the week ending July 22.
    US Producer Price Index for July is due at the same time. June data came in somewhat stronger than expected as the Index returned to growth.
    And Canadian New Housing Price Index for June is out at this time as well. The Index surprised on the upside in May, mainly due to rises in Toronto and Vancouver.
    US Federal Budget Balance for July will be available at 6. The budget deficit was much larger than anticipated in June; moreover, the balance was positive a year ago.
    New Zealand Performance of Manufacturing Index for July is out at 10:30. The Index eased by 2 points in June but it remains well in the positive territory.
    New Zealand Food Price Index for July follows 15 minutes later, and the Index continued growing in June, although at a much slower pace than the 2.4% gain the previous month.
    And finally Aussie Dollar traders may want to tune in at 11:30 when Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe will be testifying before the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics, in Melbourne.
    I'm Celeste Skinner and this was the Economic Calendar for Thursday. Friday brings the latest US inflation data, so check back.
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  • Economic Calendar
    Economic Calendar
    Wed, Aug 09, 06:00
    Wednesday brings a high importance release for all the Kiwi Dollar traders, so let's find out more.
    Coming up first at 12:30 PM GMT is the preliminary second quarter US Non-Farm Productivity. Productivity stood unchanged in the first quarter, following two quarters of growth.
    Canadian Building Permits for June are out at the same time. May data surprised very much on the upside, posting the fastest growth in 7 months.
    Reserve Bank of New Zealand will release its closely watched Monetary Policy Statement at 9, and a press conference will follow an hour later. It is the last statement for the outgoing Governor Graeme Wheeler, but markets are not expecting any surprise parting gifts.
    UK RICS House Price Balance for July follows at 11:01. The Index fell to an 11-month low in June, reflecting an easing housing market and increased consumer uncertainty.
    Japanese Machinery Orders for June come at 11:50. Orders have been declining for the past 2 months, contrary to expectations of growth.
    Australian Consumer Inflation Expectations for August will be available at 1 AM. The anticipated annual inflation rate grew by point 8 percentage points in July.
    Reserve Bank of New Zealand Governor Graeme Wheeler will be testifying on the Monetary Policy Statement 10 minutes later, appearing before the Finance and Expenditure Select Committee, in Wellington.
    And Japanese Tertiary Industry for June concludes the schedule at 4:30. The Index eased in May, following a strong 1.4% jump a month ago.
    I'm Celeste Skinner and this was the Economic Calendar for Wednesday, the 9th of August. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Thursday. Goodbye.
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    Economic Calendar
    Tue, Aug 08, 06:00
    Let's see which news releases could move the currency markets on Tuesday, the 8th of August. This is the Economic Calendar.
    Coming up first at 5:45 AM is the Swiss Unemployment Rate for July. The seasonally adjusted rate has stood at the same low level for the past 3 months.
    German June Trade Balance follows at 6, and trade surplus widened in May as exports outpaced the imports.
    Coming up next at 12:15 PM GMT are the Canadian Housing Starts for July. The number of housing starts rebounded in June from the 7 month low reached the previous month.
    US JOLTS Job Openings for June are out at 2. May data came in somewhat weaker than expected as openings eased from April's record-high level.
    There's little on the schedule until half past midnight, when Australian Westpac Consumer Confidence for August is released. The Index returned to growth in July, following 3 months of decline.
    Chinese Consumer and Producer Price Indices for July will be available at 1:30 AM. Both indices continued growing at a steady pace in June.
    Australian Home Loans for June are out at the same time. Home loans rebounded in May, having posted declines for the past 3 months.
    And Japanese Preliminary Machine Tool Orders for July conclude the schedule at 6. June data showed a strong growth as both domestic and foreign orders went up.
    I'm Jessica Walker and this was the Economic Calendar for Tuesday. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Wednesday. Goodbye.
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  • Economic Calendar
    Economic Calendar
    Mon, Aug 07, 06:00
    Let's see which news releases could move the currency markets on Monday, the 7th of August. This is the Economic Calendar.
    It's a bank holiday in Canada as Civic Day is observed, but the rest of the world is quite busy, and the first item on the schedule comes at 3 AM, when Reserve Bank of New Zealand will release its third quarter inflation expectations. The anticipated annual inflation rate continued to increase in the second quarter, reaching its highest level in more than 2 years.
    Japanese Leading Index for June is out at 5 o'clock. The Index rebounded in May from the 6-month low reached the previous month.
    German Industrial Production for June follows at 6. May data surprised on the upside as output saw the strongest growth in 4 months, as capital and consumer goods production both went up.
    Swiss National Bank Foreign Currency Reserves for July are scheduled at 7. Reserves have actually been easing for the past 2 months, having reached a record-high level in April.
    Swiss July CPI will be available at quarter past 7. The annual inflation rate lost point 3 percentage points in June in light of declining food prices.
    UK Halifax House Price Index for July is out at half past 7. House prices slipped in May, and the performance has been lacklustre for the past 6 months as household incomes cannot keep up with rising consumer prices.
    Coming up next at 7 PM GMT is the US Consumer Credit for June. Lending saw remarkably strong growth in May, in particular due to a strong increase in credit card debt.
    Japanese Bank Lending for July is out at 11:50, and the June growth was the strongest in 8 years.
    National Australia Bank Business Confidence for July will be available at 1:30 AM. The Index inched higher in June, and it remains well above its long-term average.
    I'm Celeste Skinner and this was the Economic Calendar for Monday. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Tuesday. Goodbye.
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    Economic Calendar
    Fri, Aug 04, 06:00
    Friday brings the latest US employment data, and it's definitely worth a closer look.
    But there are other noteworthy releases on this Calendar, and the first of them is German Factory Orders for June, which is out at 6 AM. Orders did return to growth in May, but not enough to offset a 2.2% decline the previous month.
    Euro Zone Retail PMI for July follows at 8:10. The Index rose to a 2-year high in June, driven by strong improvement in France and Germany.
    Coming up next at 12:30 PM GMY is the closely watched US July Employment Report. The June report was another solid performer as job growth reached a 6-month high, although it was not without its caveats as the unemployment rate did inch higher.
    US Trade Balance for June is out at the same time. Trade deficit narrowed in May as goods deficit decreased and services surplus increased.
    And neighbouring Canada will release its labour and trade data at the same time. Now, the Canadian June labour report surprised very much on the upside as employment continued growing faster than expected and unemployment rate went down.
    Trade Balance, on the other hand, widened in May as imports outpaced the exports.
    And finally there's the Canadian Ivey PMI for July, which concludes the schedule at 2. The Index jumped by almost 8 points in June, hitting its highest level in more than a year.
    I'm Kiays Khalil and this was the Economic Calendar for Friday, the 4th of August. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Monday. Goodbye.
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  • Economic Calendar
    Economic Calendar
    Wed, Aug 02, 10:28
    The latest Bank of England Inflation Report is scheduled on Thursday, the 3rd of August; let's find out more.
    European Central Bank will release its latest Economic Bulletin at 8 AM. Traders are looking for any hawkish hints, but the previous bulletin still noted the need for substantial monetary accommodation.
    The final reading of Euro Zone July Services PMI is out at the same time. The initial reading surprised on the upside as the Index recovered from the 6-month low reached the previous month.
    UK Services PMI for July follows half an hour later, and the British Index actually came in weaker than expected in June, posting the second consecutive monthly decline.
    Euro Zone Retail Sales for June will be available at 9. Sales continued growing in June, driven by fuel and non-food retail.
    The highly anticipated Bank of England Monetary Policy Statement is out at 11, along with the inflation report, and Governor Carney will hold a press conference half an hour later. Some policy makers have recently struck a decidedly hawkish tone and, although no rate hikes are anticipated just yet, any comments could still move the markets.
    Coming up next at half past noon GMT is the closely watched weekly update on US jobless claims. Initial claims grew by 10 thousand during the week ending July 22 whereas the continuing claims went down by 13 thousand during the week ending July 15.
    Another high importance event follows at 2, when US ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI for July is released. The Index grew by half a percent in June; moreover, the Index has stood in the positive territory for 90 months straight.
    US Factory Orders for June are out at the same time. Orders continued to decline in May, and at a faster pace than the point 3% drop the previous month.
    Australian Retail Sales for June will be available at 1:30 AM. Sales have been growing for the past two months, reversing two months of decline.
    And Reserve Bank of Australia will release its latest Statement on Monetary Policy at the same time. It is not an interest rate announcement, but it nevertheless provides some insight in the possible future course of action.
    I'm Jessica Walker and this was the Economic Calendar for Thursday. Friday brings the latest US labour data, so stay tuned.
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    Economic Calendar
    Wed, Aug 02, 06:00
    Let's see which news releases could move the currency markets on Wednesday, the 2nd of August. This is the Economic Calendar.
    Swiss Consumer Confidence for July is out first at 5:45 AM. The previous report covered the three months up to April and showed a drop of 5 points, which brought the Index back to its long-term average.
    Swiss Retail Sales for June follow at quarter past 7. Now, sales have been declining for the past 2 months, but this release is expected to show a recovery.
    Swiss July PMI will be available at 7:30. The June Index surprised very much on the upside, soaring to a 6-year high.
    UK Construction PMI for July comes at half past 8, and the Index slipped in June, having soared to a 17-month high the previous month.
    Euro Zone June Producer Price Index is out at 9. The Index saw a rather sharp drop in May, mainly due to a drop in energy costs.
    Coming up next at 12:15 PM GMT is the US ADP Employment Change for July. The June data surprised on the downside, posting the weakest growth in 7 months, although the report did note the labour market remains solid.
    There's little on the schedule until half past 11 in the evening when the Australian Performance of Services Index for July is released. The Index went up by 3.3 points in June as growth was recorded across all sub-indices.
    Japanese Services PMI for July is out at half past midnight. The Index continued growing in April, reaching its highest level in almost 2 years.
    And Australian Trade Balance for June will be available at 1:30. Trade surplus widened significantly in May on the back of a strong growth in exports.
    That's all for Wednesday's Economic Calendar. I'm Celeste Skinner and Thursday brings the latest Bank of England Inflation Report, so make sure you check back.
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    Economic Calendar
    Tue, Aug 01, 06:00
    The first day of August brings plenty of news releases, so let's take a closer look.
    It's a bank holiday in Switzerland as Swiss National Day is observed.
    UK Nationwide House Price Index for July is up first at 6 AM, and the prices saw an unexpected jump in June, reversing 3 months of decline.
    The closely watched German Labour Report for July follows at 8. Unemployment actually saw a slight incease in June, contrary to expectations, but the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained at a record-low level.
    The final reading of Euro Zone July Manufacturing PMI is out at 8. The initial estimate shows a slight decline in the Index, mostly due to weaker German data.
    UK July Manufacturing PMI comes at 8:30. The Index unexpectedly lost 2 points in June, although it remained well in the positive territory.
    The highly anticipated preliminary reading of Euro Zone second quarter GDP will be available at 9. The first quarter data came in stronger than expected, and this release is expected to show similar growth.
    Coming up next at 12:30 PM GMT is the US Personal Income & Spending for June. Income continued growing at an increasing pace in May, but spending growth slowed down.
    Canadian Manufacturing PMI for July follows at half past 1. The Index slipped to a 5-month low in June.
    The high importance US ISM Manufacturing PMI for July is out at 2. The Index jumped by almost 3 points in June as new orders, production and employment all went up.
    US Construction Spending for June comes at the same time. Spending stood unchanged in May, following a point 7% drop the previous month.
    New Zealand Second Quarter Labour Report will be available at 10:45, and it is a high importance release for the Kiwi Dollar traders. The first quarter report came in stronger than expected as employment grew and unemployment rate went down.
    UK BRC Shop Price Index for July follows at 11:01, and the prices continued to decline in June but at a slower pace; in particular, food prices actually went up.
    Australian Building Approvals for June are scheduled at half past 1. The number of approvals slipped in May, reversing a 4.8% gain the previous month.
    And Japanese Consumer Confidence Index for July is out at 5. The Index inched lower in June, mainly due to a decline in overall likelihood and income growth indices.
    I'm Kiays Khalil and this was the Economic Calendar for Tuesday, the 1st of August. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Wednesday. Goodbye.
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    Economic Calendar
    Mon, Jul 31, 06:00
    Monday brings a number of highly anticipated news releases; let's find out more.
    The schedule starts ten minutes before midnight with Japanese Preliminary Industrial Production for June. The output dropped in May, reversing a 4% gain the previous month.
    The closely watched Chinese July PMIs are out 1 AM. This is the official version of the Index, and the June data showed a faster expansion in both manufacturing and services sectors.
    Australian New Home Sales for June will be available at the same time. Sales continued growing in May, and at a faster pace than the point 8% gain the previous month.
    Australian Private Sector Credit for June comes at half past 1. Lending has been growing at a steady point 4% pace for 3 months straight.
    Japanese Housing Starts for June follow at 5 o'clock. May data showed the first decline in 3 months, although it was smaller than expected.
    UK Net Lending to Individuals for June is out at 8:30. British customers went on a bit of a borrowing spree in May, taking on new credit at the fastest pace in 12 months, and much of the growth came from non-secured loans such as credit card debt.
    The closely watched Euro Zone Preliminary July CPI will be released at 9. The annual inflation inched lower in June, but the core reading actually went up by point 2 percentage points.
    Euro Zone June Unemployment Rate is out at the same time. It has stood at an 8-year low for the past 2 months and, even though Greek and Spanish unemployment rates remain alarmingly high, the Spanish rate actually dropped by 2.5% over the last 12 months.
    Coming up next at 1:45 PM GMT is the Chicago July PMI. The Index soared by more than 6 points in June, hitting a 3-year high.
    US Pending Home Sales for JUne follow at 2. Sales have been declining for the past 3 months amidst persistent supply shortages.
    Australian Manufacturing PMI for July will be available at 11 o'clock in the evening. The Index inched higher in June, and it has stood in the positive territory for the past 9 months.
    The Caixin version of Chinese July Manufacturing PMI is out at 1:45 AM. The Caixin Index rebounded in June, having slipped below the 50 point mark the previous month.
    And all the Aussie Dollar traders may want to tune in at half past 4, when RBA will release its latest Monetary Policy Statement. Once again, markets are not really expecting any rate hikes just yet, but they will pay attention to wording.
    I'm Kiays Khalil and this was the Economic Calendar for Monday, the 31st of July. Tuesday brings more known market movers, so make sure you check back.
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    Economic Calendar
    Fri, Jul 28, 06:00
    Friday brings a number of known market movers, so let's take a closer look with the Economic Calendar.
    Coming up first at 5:30 AM is the preliminary estimate of French second quarter GDP. The French economy has been growing at a steady point 5% pace for the past two quarters, beating expectations.
    Swiss KOF Economic Barometer for July follows at 7. Index rebounded in June from the 5-month low reached the previous month.
    The closely watched German Preliminary July CPI is out at noon GMT. The annual inflation was unchanged in June, but prices did grow on a monthly basis.
    Another high importance release, the preliminary US second quarter GDP, will be available at half past 12. The preliminary first quarter reading showed the slowest growth in 3 years, but it was later revised upwards.
    Canadian May GDP comes at the same time, and it's a high importance release for the Loonie Dollar traders. Canadian economy continued growing in April, although at a slower pace than the point 5% gain a month ago.
    And the final reading of University of Michigan Consumer Confidence for July is scheduled at 2. The initial estimate suggests the Index has dropped by no less than 2 points.
    I'm Celeste Skinner and this was the Economic Calendar for Friday, the 28th of July. Check back in for the next overview of key events for Monday. Goodbye.
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    Economic Calendar
    Thu, Jul 27, 06:00
    The latest US Durable Goods Orders data will be released on Thursday, the 27th of July; let's find out more.
    The schedule starts at 6 AM with German GfK Consumer Confidence for August, and the Index continued to grow in June as both economic and income expectations are up.
    Coming up next at 12:30 are the closely watched US Preliminary Durable Goods Orders for June, which continued to decline in May on the back of weaker business investment.
    The weekly update on US Jobless Claims is out at the same time. Initial claims dropped by 15 thousand during the week ending July 15 whereas the continuing claims went up by 28 thousand during the week ending July 8.
    There's little on the schedule until 11:01 in the evening, when the UK GfK Consumer Confidence for July is released. The June data was released after the UK general election and it showed a drop of 5 points as the Index plunged to an 11-month low.
    The closely watched Japanese June CPI follows at half past 11. The core annual inflation has been growing at a slow yet steady pace for the past 5 months.
    Japanese Jobless Rate for June is out at the same time. The unemployment rate unexpectedly grew by point 3 percentage points in May, but it still remains low.
    Japanese Retail Sales for June will be available at 11:50. Sales have been growing on an annual basis for the past 7 months, although the May increase was weaker than expected.
    And Australian Second Quarter Producer Price Index is out at 1:30. Producer prices grew more than anticipated in the first quarter, mainly due to an upswing in energy prices.
    This was the Economic Calendar for Thursday with me, Celeste Skinner. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Friday. Goodbye.
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    Wed, Jul 26, 06:00
    Wednesday brings the latest Fed statement, and it's definitely worth a closer look.
    But first, there's the Swiss UBS Consumption Indicator for June, which is scheduled at 6 AM. The Index rebounded in May from the 11-month low reached the previous month.
    The closely watched preliminary estimate of UK Second Quarter GDP comes at half past 8. The first quarter data actually came in weaker than expected, and another disappointing reading would decrease the likelihood of an interest rate hike.
    UK Mortgage Approvals for June are out at the same time. The number of approvals slipped to a 9-month low in May.
    US New Home Sales for June will be available at 2. Sales returned to growth in May but prices remain high and supply is limited.
    And the Fed will release its latest Monetary Policy Statement at 6. Markets are expecting another rate hike this year, although not during this particular meeting.
    I'm Kiays Khalil and this was the Economic Calendar for Wednesday, the 26th of July. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Thursday. Goodbye.
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    Economic Calendar
    Tue, Jul 25, 06:00
    Hello, traders, let's see which news releases could move the currency markets on Tuesday, the 25th of July.
    German Ifo Business Sentiment for July is up first at 8 AM, and the Index has actually been growing for 5 months straight, rising to a record-high level in June.
    Coming up next at 1 PM GMT is the US House Price Index for May. The April Index continued growing at a steady point 7% pace.
    The closely watched US Consumer Confidence Index for July follows at 2. The Index rebounded in June from a drop to 117.6 points the previous month.
    New Zealand Trade Balance for June is out at 10:45 in the evening. Trade surplus narrowed significantly in May as imports outpaced the exports.
    Australian second quarter CPI will be available at 1:30 AM, and it is a high importance release for the Aussie Dollar traders. A strong gain in transportation prices pushed the annual inflation to a 3-year high in the first quarter.
    And Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe will be giving a closely watched speech at 3:05, speaking on the subject of labour market and monetary policy.
    That' s all for Tuesday's Economic Calendar. I'm Kiays Khalil and we'll be back with the next overview of news releases for Wednesday. See you then.
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    Economic Calendar
    Mon, Jul 24, 06:00
    Monday brings the latest Purchasing Managers Indices from around the world, so let's take a closer look.
    The schedule starts at half past midnight with the Japanese Preliminary Manufacturing PMI for July. The Index slipped by point 7 points in June as orders, output and employment all grew at a slower rate.
    July PMIs from several Euro Zone countries are up next. The French Index is out at 7, the German data follows half an hour later, and the Euro Zone PMIs will be available at 8. Manufacturing PMI grew more than expected in June, boosted by strong French data, while the Services PMI eased.
    Coming up next at 12:30 PM GMT is the Canadian Wholesale Trade for May. Sales grew at a steady pace in April, driven by gains in machinery, equipment and supplies.
    The preliminary reading of US Markit July PMI follows at quarter to 2. The manufacturing index slipped to a 10-month low in June, but the services index actually grew more than expected.
    US Existing Home Sales for June are out at 2. Sales rebounded in June, contrary to expectations of further decline.
    And Bank of Japan will release the Minutes of its June meeting at 11:50 in the evening. As the bank's monetary policy has stood unchanged for more than a year, the minutes provide at least some clues on the possible future course of action.
    I'm Jessica Walker and this was the Economic Calendar for Monday, the 24th of July. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Tuesday. Goodbye.
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