Economic Data Calendar

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March 4, 2018

Special Events: Italian parliamentary election on March 4th and announced details of U.S. tariffs. Central Banks: Monetary policy meetings scheduled in Australia, Japan, Canada, Euroland, Malaysia, Turkey, Peru, Serbia, Romania, and Poland. The Fed Beige Book of regional conditions will be published, and Dudley, Rosengren, Bostic, Kaplan, and Quarles will be speaking publicly. So will […] More

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February 23, 2018

Central Banks: Monetary policy reviews in South Korea, Israel, Ukraine, and Hungary. Fed Chairman Powell’s initial semi-annual Humphrey Hawkins testimony (Wednesday before the House Financial Services Committee and Thursday before the Senate Banking Committee). Fed also publishes its Beige Book of regional economic conditions. Manufacturing Purchasing Manager February Surveys: China, U.S., Japan, U.K, Euroland, Germany, […] More

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February 16, 2018

Holidays: Lunar New Year Closures Monday in China, Hong Kong and Singapore. China remains shut on Tuesday and Wednesday. U.S. and Canada are also closed on Monday for Washington’s Birthday and Family Day, respectively. Central Banks: Following a slew of central bank policy reviews during the past two weeks, the coming week has very few […] More

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February 9, 2018

Holiday Closures: Japan Founders Day on Monday. Brazil observes Mardi Gras on Monday and Tuesday. Several Asian countries will be closed Thursday and/or Friday for the Lunar New Year that ushers in the year of the dog. These include China, South Korea, Hong Kong, Indonesia and Singapore. Central Banks: Policy reviews at the Swedish Riksbank, […] More

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February 2, 2018

Central Banks: A considerable list of monetary policy meetings scheduled next week features the Bank of England, Reserve Bank of Australia, Reserve Bank of India, and Bank of Russia and also includes central banks in Iceland, Thailand, New Zealand, Romania, Serbia, Poland, Mexico and Peru. RBA Governor Lowe and BOE Governor Carney hold subsequent press […] More

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January 26, 2018

Central Banks: Monetary policy meetings are scheduled in the United States (the last one with Yellen as chair), Czech Republic, Chile, Colombia and Hungary. A summary of the Bank of Japan board meeting last week will be published. Iwata of the BOJ and Mersch of the European Central Bank speak publicly. Special Events: President Trump […] More

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January 19, 2018

World Economic Forum: Annual conference in Davos, Switzerland, bringing together leaders of business, politics and academia. This year’s theme is “Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World.” The WEF begins Tuesday and runs through the end of the week. Central Banks: Both the Bank of Japan and European Central Banks will be holding policy […] More

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January 12, 2018

Central Banks: Monetary policy meetings are scheduled in Canada, South Africa, South Korea and Indonesia. The Fed Beige Book of regional economic conditions and the Bank of Canada’s quarterly Monetary Policy Report will be published. Jordan of the Swiss National Bank, Coerce of the European Central Bank and Evans and Mester of the Fed speak […] More

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January 5, 2018

Central Banks: Policy meetings are scheduled in Israel, Poland, South Korea, Peru, Serbia, and Romania. Many Fed officials have scheduled public speaking engagements: Kashkari, Dudley, Evans, Bullard, Rosengren, Bostic, Potter, Mester, and Williams. ECB minutes and the Bank of Canada’s Business Outlook Survey will be published. Japanese Closure on Monday: Coming of Age Day. Scheduled […] More

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December 22, 2017

Holidays: Most markets — Japan being a notable exception — will be closed Monday for Christmas. The Emperor’s Birthday holiday in Japan on December 23rd falls on a Saturday and so will not be associated with a closed business day there this year. In several countries markets will remain closed on Tuesday for either Christmas […] More

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