Economic Data Calendar

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December 2, 2016

Special Events and Holidays: Italian voter referendum on constitution reform (December 4) and Britain’s high court to hear an appeal on Brexit. Spain’s Constitution Day (December 6). Purchasing Manager Surveys: Private or non-oil PMIs for Lebanon, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the U.A.E., Singapore and South Africa. Retail PMIs for Euroland, Germany, France and Italy. Construction PMIs […] More

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November 26, 2016

Special Events: OPEC oil ministers meeting on November 30th in Vienna. OECD publishes its Outlook on November 28th. Central Banks: Monetary Policy meetings in Brazil and Sri Lanka. New York Federal Reserve District President Dudley speaks, and the Beige Book of U.S. regional economic conditions will be published. Reserve Bank of New Zealand Governor Wheeler […] More

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November 18, 2016

Holidays: Labor Thanksgiving in Japan on Wednesday followed by U.S. Thanksgiving on Thursday and Black Friday, which is the year’s biggest retail shopping day, the day after. Central Bank Activity: Monetary policy meetings in Turkey, South Africa, Malaysia, Hungary and Colombia. Release of FOMC minutes. Powell of the Fed, Kent of the Reserve Bank of […] More

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November 11, 2016

Central Banks: Mexico, Indonesia and Iceland have interest rate policy meetings. Bullard, Harker, Fishr, Williams, Rosengren and Lacker of the Fed speak publicly. So do Draghi, Weidmann, Constancio, Dombret, Lautenschlager, Praet, Mersch and Thiele of the ECB, Kuroda of the BOJ, and Lowe of the Reserve Bank of Australia. RBA minutes and the ECB Account […] More

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November 4, 2016

Central Banks: Monetary policy meetings scheduled in New Zealand, Poland, South Korea, The Philippines, Thailand, Serbia and Peru. Minutes from the Bank of Japan’s last Board meeting get published. Constancio of the ECB, DeBelle of the Reserve Bank of Australia, and Poloz of the Bank of Canada speak publicly. So do Kashkari and Evans of […] More

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October 29, 2016

Despite holiday interruptions, the week ahead is full of significant central bank meetings and plenty of economic data releases. Time Change in Europe: Clocks in the region revert tonight to standard time from daylight savings time. The interval between time in Europe and the United States will accordingly shrink by an hour. London-New York, for […] More

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October 24, 2016

Central Banks: Monetary policy meetings in Russia, Israel, Norway, Sweden, Ukraine and Hungary. Bank of Canada Governor Poloz, ECB President Draghi, and Bank of England Governor Carney speak publicly as does Atlanta Fed President Lockhart. U.S. Data Releases: The monthly FHFA and Case Shiller house price indices, new home sales, pending home sales, durable goods […] More

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October 14, 2016

Final Trump/Clinton Presidential Candidates Debate: Wednesday October 19 at 21:00 EDT from Las Vegas (at UNLV campus). Central Bank Developments: Monetary policy meetings scheduled for the euro area, Canada, Brazil, Turkey, Chile, and Indonesia. The Fed publishes the Beige Book of regional economic trends. The Bank of Canada publishes latest Monetary Policy Report. Draghi of […] More

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September 30, 2016

Purchasing Managers Surveys: Next week is PMI week, bringing the release of a ton of manufacturing surveys, many service sector reports, some non-oil PMIs, construction PMIs for Britain, Germany and Australia, and retail PMIs covering¬†Euroland, Germany, France and Italy. PMI surveys tend to be more timely than most hard economic data. Central Banks: Monetary policy […] More

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September 23, 2016

Central Banks: Monetary policy meetings will take place in the Czech Republic, Romania, Mexico, Colombia, Taiwan and Israel. Minutes from the Bank of Japan’s late-July Board meeting will be published. Yellen, Bullard, Evans, George, Kaplan, Powell, Harker, and Mester are scheduled to speak publicly during the week. So are ECB President Draghi, Bank of Canada […] More