Economic Data Calendar

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April 27, 2018

Many Holiday Closures: Japan observes Showa Day on Monday, Constitution Day on Thursday and Greenery Day on Friday. China has Labor Day on Monday and Tuesday. Some of the markets observing May Day on Tuesday are France, Germany, Switzerland, Norway, Spain, Hong Kong, South Korea,Brazil, Italy, Mexico, Norway, Indonesia, India, Singapore, South Africa. Numerous Purchasing […] More

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April 13, 2018

Special Events: Semi-annual IMF/World Bank Meetings will be running throughout the week in Washington, DC. Highlights of the gathering will include publication of the World Economic Forum, a press conference on Thursday by IMF Managing Director Lagarde, and a Group of Twenty press conference on Friday. A meeting of EU finance ministers will occur on […] More

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April 6, 2018

Central Banks: Policy meetings in Poland, Ukraine, South Korea, Serbia, Peru and Mexico. Policy meeting minutes to be released by European Central Bank and the Federal Open Market Committee. Chicago Federal Reserve President Evans, Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Lowe, and Bank of England Governor Carney speak publicly. Scheduled U.S. Economic Statistical Releases: Consumer prices, […] More

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March 30, 2018

Holiday Closures: Many markets will remain shut on Easter Monday such as France, Italy, Germany, the U.K., Spain, Switzerland, New Zealand, Australia, and Hong Kong. The Ching Ming Festival will be celebrated Thursday in Hong Kong and Thursday and Friday in China. South Africa’s Family Day is on Monday. Purchasing Manager Surveys: Multiple PMIs will […] More

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March 23, 2018

Holiday-Shortened Week: The Good Friday/Easter break will deprive trading from full-cylinder power in the latter half of next week. Markets closures on Friday include Great Britain, the United States, India, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, South Africa, Norway, Singapore, New Zealand, Mexico, Indonesia, Hong Kong, France, Italy, Canada, Brazil and Australia. Many markets will remain shut on […] More

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March 16, 2018

Central Banks: A scheduled FOMC meeting dominates the coming week. Newly minted Chairman Powell will preside over his first post-meeting press conference, and a 25-basis point interest rate hike is widely expected. The Fed’s forecasts will be updated. Monetary policy meetings are also occurring in Russia, The U.K., Brazil, Chile, Colombia, New Zealand, Taiwan, The […] More

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March 10, 2018

Special Events: Meeting of EU finance ministers on Thursday. U.S. moves clocks forward one hour tonight, which will temporarily reduce the time difference between N.Y. and London to four hours, N.Y. and Frankfurt to five hours, and N.Y. and Tokyo to 13 hours. The British Chancellor of the Exchequer releases the spring forecast statement on […] More

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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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