Economic Data Calendar

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July 21, 2017

Central Bank: Monetary policy meetings in the United States (but no press conference afterwards), Brazil, Russia, Turkey and Colombia. Bank of Japan to release a “summary” of its July meeting and minutes from its June Board meeting. Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Lowe speaks publicly. Special Event: Meeting scheduled for Monday in St. Petersburg, Russia […] More

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July 14, 2017

Central Banks: The European Central Bank, Bank of Japan, South African Reserve Bank, Bank Indonesia and Magyar Nemzeti Bank will hold monetary policy meetings. Minutes from the last Reserve Bank of Australia meeting and an updated Bank of Japan Outlook will be published. ECB President Draghi and BOJ Governor Kuroda will preside over press conferences. […] More

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July 8, 2017

Holiday: French Bastille Day on Friday, July 14. Central Banks: Monetary policy meetings in Canada, Israel, Serbia, Peru, Malaysia, and South Korea. Chair Janet Yellen delivers her semi-annual testimony to the House Banking Committee on Wednesday and will reprise such before the Senate Financial Services Committee on Thursday; unless renominated by President Trump, this will […] More

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June 30, 2017

Central Banks: Monetary policy meetings in Australia, Thailand, Ukraine, Poland and Romania. FOMC minutes, ECB Account (like minutes), and the Bank of Japan quarterly Tankan survey of businesses will be published. Powell and Bullard are two of the Federal Reserve officials who’ll speak publicly. Holidays: Canada Day to be observed Monday. U.S. Treasury market closes […] More

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June 23, 2017

Holidays: For post-Ramadan celebrations, Indonesia will be closed all week, and India and Singapore are to be shut on Monday. Friday marks the end of June and second quarter. Central Banks: Monetary policy meetings in the Czech Republic and Sri Lanka. A summary of the Bank of Japan’s Board meeting in mid-June will be published. […] More

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June 16, 2017

Central Banks: Monetary policy meetings in the Philippines, Mexico, Norway, New Zealand and Hungary. Bullard, Dudley, Mester, Kaplan, Fisher, and Evans are Fed officials who will speak publicly. So will JorTdan of the SNB and Kuroda of the BOJ. Special Event: Second runoff round of French Parliamentary election on the 18th. Japanese Data: Trade balance, […] More

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June 10, 2017

Central Banks: Monetary policy reviews are scheduled in the United States, U.K., Switzerland, Japan, Russia, South Korea and Turkey. The FOMC, which appears likely to raise the federal funds target, will also release fresh forecasts, and the meeting will be followed by a press conference presided over by Chair Janet Yellen. Special Events: Brexit talks […] More

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June 3, 2017

Central Bank Action: Monetary policy meetings are scheduled at the European Central Bank and in India, Australia, Poland, Serbia, Peru and Ukraine. The ECB ┬ámeeting on Thursday will be held off-site in Tallinn, Estonia and followed by President Draghi’s press conference. Special Events: British parliamentary elections on Thursday will select the politicians who negotiate the […] More

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May 26, 2017

Numerous Holidays: U.S. Memorial Day and late spring bank holiday in the U.K. on Monday. Dragon Boat Festival in China (May 28-30) and Hong Kong (Tuesday). Pancasila Day in Indonesia on Thursday and Italy’s Republic Day on Friday. Central Bank Action: Policy meetings in Israel and Brazil. Release of Federal Reserve Beige Book and Bank […] More

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May 19, 2017

Central Banks: Monetary policy meetings in Canada, South Korea, South Africa, Thailand and Colombia. Publication of FOMC minutes. Bullard and Kaplan of the Federal Reserve speak publicly. So will Bank of Japan Governor Kuroda, Bank of Canada Deputy Gov. Leduc, and Reserve Bank of Australia Assistant Governor DeBelle. Holidays: Victoria Day in Canada on Monday […] More

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