Economic Data Calendar

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January 18, 2019

Central Banks: Monetary policy meetings in Norway, Euroland, Japan, Malaysia and South Korea. BOJ Governor Kuroda and ECB President Draghi hold press conferences after their central bank meetings. Bank of Japan also publishes new quarterly Outlook Report. Holidays and Special Events: U.S. Martin Luther King holiday on Monday. World Economic Forum in Switzerland runs from […] More

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January 11, 2019

Central Banks: Monetary policy reviews scheduled in Indonesia, Turkey, South Africa and South Korea. The Federal Reserve Beige Book on regional economic conditions will be published, and Chairman Powell testifies in Congress. The K.C. and Minneapolis Fed Presidents also speak publicly. The European Central Bank releases results of latest survey of professional forecasters. Holidays and […] More

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January 4, 2019

Central Banks: Monetary  policy meetings in Canada, Turkey, Poland, Israel, Serbia, Romania and Peru. FOMC minutes and Bank of Canada Monetary Policy Report will be published. Clarida, Harker, and Bostic are some of the Fed officials scheduled to speak publicly. So is Bank of Canada Governor Poloz. Purchasing Manager Surveys Being Released: Covered economic sectors […] More

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December 28, 2018

Holiday Closures: New Year’s Day, which falls on Tuesday, is the most broadly experienced holiday in the world. Russia will be closed also on Monday and New Zealand on Wednesday. Japan is shut on Thursday and will close early  on Friday. Much of Switzerland will be observing Berchold’s Day on Wednesday. Central Banks: Minutes will […] More

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December 21, 2018

Holiday Closures: Many countries will be closed either all Monday (Christmas Eve) or for part of the that day. Japan also will be shut Monday in observance of the Emperor’s Birthday even though it actually falls on Sunday. Most markets but notably not Japan are closed Tuesday for Christmas.  On Wednesday (Boxing Day and St. […] More

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December 14, 2018

As officials and the private sector rush to get the month’s work done before yearend holidays, the third week of December tends to be crowded with activity, and 2018 is no exception. Central Banks: Central bank policy reviews in the United States, Japan, the U.K., Sweden, Indonesia, Hungary, Taiwan, Thailand, Mexico, Colombia, and the Czech […] More

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December 7, 2018

Central Banks: Monetary policy reviews are scheduled at the European Central Bank and at central banks in Switzerland, Brazil, Iceland, Norway, the Philippines, Ukraine, Turkey and Russia. The Bank of Japan publishes findings of its quarterly Tankan survey of corporate conditions and expectations, and Fed Chairman’s postponed testimony before the congressional joint economic committee will […] More

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November 24, 2018

Central Banks: Monetary policy reviews in South Korea and Israel. Publication of FOMC minutes from meeting on November 8. Federal Reserve officials speaking publicly during the coming week include Chairman Powell, Vice Chair Clarida, and district presidents Bostic, George, Evans and Williams. Also making public comments will be Draghi, Praet, Coeure, Nowatny, and Mersch of […] More

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November 16, 2018

Central Banks: Monetary policy reviews will occur in Hungary and South Africa. Minutes from the last policy meetings will be released by the European Central Bank and Reserve Bank of Australia. RBA Governor Lowe, BOJ Governor Kuroda, and NY Fed President Williams speak publicly. Holidays and Special Events: Indonesia celebrates the birthday of Muhammed on […] More

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November 9, 2018

Central Banks: Monetary policy reviews in Indonesia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Mexico and The Philippines. Quarles, Powell, Kashkari and Evans of the Federal Reserve speak publicly. Holidays and Special Events: U.S. Veterans Day on Monday. Brazil observes Proclamation of the Republic Day on Thursday. President Trump visits Europe to attend the WWI centenary celebration of the […] More

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