Forex Calendar

World currencies are very sensitive to the ever changing macroeconomic statistics. Thanks to summary information which is released in the Forex Calendar, increasingly more traders are able to make decisions, thus, exercising an additional pressure on the exchange market. This trend of instant electronic diffusion of information through millions of users worldwide makes the market ever more efficient and sensitive to macroeconomic statistics.

What's a correct approach to using a Forex Calendar? You should analyze two properties: a forecasted value and its volatility. If the actual value, which is released and becomes available to all users at one time, differs from the forecasted value, you should expect a move for the corresponding currency pairs. The higher is their volatility level, the more and longer the market will be agonizing. When several actual values for different macroeconomic indicators disappoint their forecasters, a strong trend may start or end. As a rule, everyone expects an actual value to differ from its forecast before attempting to increase or decrease their deposits at risk.

The most important macroeconomic indicators, which are released once a month or less frequently, are the following: Trade Balance and Unemployment Rate of the USA, Germany, France, Great Britain; FOMC Rate for USD and ECB Rate for Euro; ISM Manufacturing and Nonfarm Payrolls for USD.

Information in this economic calendar is updated automatically (you do not need to reload the page) as new data is released. To view more information about a particular macroeconomic indicator, click its name.
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Friday
20 / 07
06:00NZDCredit Card Spending (YoY)3.7%
07:30JPYAll Industries Activity Index (MoM)1.0%
09:00EUR-1German PPI (YoY) (Jun)2.9%2.7%
09:00EUR-1German PPI (MoM) (Jun)0.3%0.5%
11:00EURSpanish Trade Balance-3.10B
11:00EURCurrent Account (May)28.4B
11:00EURCurrent Account n.s.a. (May)26.2B
11:30GBP-1Public Sector Net Borrowing (Jun)3.50B3.36B
11:30GBP+2Public Sector Net Cash Requirement (Jun)14.507B
13:00USDOPEC Meeting
15:30CADCommon CPI (YoY)1.9%
15:30CAD-6Core CPI (MoM) (Jun)1-0.1%
15:30CAD-1Core CPI (YoY) (Jun)1.3%
15:30CAD-9Core Retail Sales (MoM) (May)0.5%-0.1%
15:30CAD-4CPI (YoY) (Jun)2.3%2.2%
15:30CAD-4CPI (MoM) (Jun)0.3%0.1%
15:30CADMedian CPI (YoY)1.9%
15:30CADRetail Sales (MoM) (May)-1.2%
15:30CADTrimmed CPI (YoY)1.9%
20:00USDU.S. Baker Hughes Oil Rig Count

 
 
 
 
 
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