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Tuesday, 16th July 2019
05:45
05:45
NZD Consumer Price Index (QoQ) (2Q)
Medium 0.60% 0.60% 0.10% Actual (A) : 0.60%
Forecast (F) : 0.60%
Previous (P) : 0.10%
05:45
05:45
NZD Consumer Price Index (YoY) (2Q)
High 1.70% 1.70% 1.50% Actual (A) : 1.70%
Forecast (F) : 1.70%
Previous (P) : 1.50%
06:30
06:30
AUD ANZ Roy Morgan Weekly Consumer Confidence Index (JUL 14)
Low 115.8 117.6 Actual (A) : 115.8
Forecast (F) : -
Previous (P) : 117.6
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08:10
08:10
JPY BOJ Outright Bond Purchase 5~10 Years
Low Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : -
Previous (P) : -
08:30
08:30
AUD RBA Minutes of July Policy Meeting (JUL)
Medium Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : -
Previous (P) : -
15:30
15:30
GBP Claimant Count Rate (JUN)
Medium 3.20% 3.10% Actual (A) : 3.20%
Forecast (F) : -
Previous (P) : 3.10%
The Claimant Count is the UK's most timely measure of unemployment. The report measures the number of people who claim unemployment benefits, but actively seeking work. The Claimant Count serves as a barometer for the health of the UK labor market. Higher job growth accompanies economic expansion and could spark inflationary pressures. The headline number is a percentage change in the figure Want to see the market’s reaction upon the news release? Need to ask questions to an analyst? Join the UK Jobless Claims Change live broadcast.
15:30
15:30
GBP Jobless Claims Change (JUN)
Medium 38.0k 22.8k 24.5k Actual (A) : 38.0k
Forecast (F) : 22.8k
Previous (P) : 24.5k
Measures the number of people who claim unemployment benefits, but are actively seeking work. Released with the Claimant Count report, Jobless Claims Change serves as a barometer for the health of the UK labor market. It is similar to the Claimant Count except the headline figure is as an actual number, whereas the Claimant Count is a percentage. Higher job growth accompanies economic expansion and could spark inflationary pressures
15:30
15:30
GBP Average Weekly Earnings (3M/YoY) (MAY)
Medium 3.40% 3.10% 3.20% Actual (A) : 3.40%
Forecast (F) : 3.10%
Previous (P) : 3.20%
15:30
15:30
GBP Weekly Earnings ex Bonus (3M/YoY) (MAY)
Medium 3.60% 3.50% 3.40% Actual (A) : 3.60%
Forecast (F) : 3.50%
Previous (P) : 3.40%
15:30
15:30
GBP ILO Unemployment Rate 3Mths (MAY)
Medium 3.80% 3.80% 3.80% Actual (A) : 3.80%
Forecast (F) : 3.80%
Previous (P) : 3.80%
15:30
15:30
GBP Employment Change 3M/3M (MAY)
Medium 28k 45k 32k Actual (A) : 28k
Forecast (F) : 45k
Previous (P) : 32k
16:00
16:00
EUR Euro-Zone Trade Balance s.a. (MAY)
Low 17.5b 15.3b Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : 17.5b
Previous (P) : 15.3b
16:00
16:00
EUR Euro-Zone Trade Balance (euros) (MAY)
Low 15.7b Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : -
Previous (P) : 15.7b
The difference between exports and imports of Euro-zone goods and services. The Trade Balance is one of the biggest components of Europe 's Balance of Payment, and thus gives valuable insight into pressures on the value of the Euro. A negative Trade Balance figure (deficit) indicates that imports are greater than imports. When exports are greater than imports, the Euro-zone experiences a trade surplus. Trade surpluses indicate that funds are coming into Europe in exchange for exported goods and services. Because such exported goods are usually purchased with Euros, trade surpluses typically indicates that currency is flowing into the Euro-zone. Such currency inflows may lead to a natural appreciation of a Euro, unless countered by similar capital outflows. At a bare minimum, surpluses will buoy the value of the currency. There are a number of factors that work to diminish the market impact of Euro-zone Balance of Trade. The report is not very timely, released fifty days after the reporting period. In addition, developments in many of the Trade Balance's components are typically well anticipated. Lastly, since the report reflects data for a specific reporting month, any significant changes in the Trade Balance should plausibly have been already felt during that month and not during the release of data. Despite these considerations, and because of the overall significance of Trade Balance data, the release has historically been one of the more important reports out of Europe. The headline figure for trade balance is expressed in millions of Euros, and usually accompanied by the year-on-year percentage change
16:00
16:00
EUR German ZEW Survey Current Situation (JUL)
Medium 5 7.8 Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : 5
Previous (P) : 7.8
16:00
16:00
EUR German ZEW Survey Expectations (JUL)
High -22 -21.1 Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : -22
Previous (P) : -21.1
16:00
16:00
EUR Euro-Zone ZEW Survey (Economic Sentiment) (JUL)
High -20.2 Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : -
Previous (P) : -20.2
A German Firm, the Center for European Economic Research (ZEW), queries financial experts throughout Europe every month in order to make a medium-term forecast about Germany 's economic situation. They ask experts to evaluate the current situation and to predict the future direction of the economy. For all components of the survey, responses are restricted to positive, negative, or unchanged. This simple structure allows the survey to be quick and efficient in terms of turnaround time, as well as easy to understand and interpret.The Economic Sentiment Indicator assesses future economic expectations for the whole Euro-zone. The results are summarized as the number of positive responses minus the number of negative responses. A higher headline figure indicates a positive expectation for Euro-zone economy. Technical Note on Headline Number : The results of the survey are always presented as the difference between those experts that optimistic and those are pessimistic. For instance if 25 percent of analysts expect improvement, 35 percent expect decline, and 40 percent expect no change, the headline figure is -10
19:00
19:00
GBP BOE's Carney speaks on panel in Paris.
High Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : -
Previous (P) : -
19:15
19:15
USD Fed's Bostic Moderates Fed Listens Event in Augusta, Georgia
Low Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : -
Previous (P) : -
19:15
19:15
USD Fed's Bowman Makes Introductory Remarks at Fed Listens Event
Low Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : -
Previous (P) : -
19:30
19:30
CAD International Securities Transactions (Canadian dollar) (MAY)
Low -12.80b Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : -
Previous (P) : -12.80b
The difference between imports and exports of goods. Merchandise Trade differentiates itself from Trade Balance because it does not record intangibles like services, only reporting on physical goods. Because exports of tangibles like oil, gold and manufacturing contribute to a large part of Canada 's GDP, trade data can give critical insight into developments in the economy and into foreign exchange rates. Negative International Merchandise Trade (deficit) indicates that imports of goods are greater than exports. When exports are greater than imports, Canada experiences a trade surplus. Trade surpluses indicate that funds are coming into Canada in exchange for exported goods. Because such exported goods are usually purchased with Canadian dollars, trade surpluses usually reflect currency flowing into Canada, such currency inflows may lead to a natural appreciation of a the Canadian dollar, unless countered by similar capital outflows (Canadian International Securities Transactions tracks such capital flows). At a bare minimum, surpluses will buoy the value of the currency. There are a number of factors that work to diminish the market impact of Canadian Merchandise Trade on markets. The report is not very timely, released about three months after the reporting quarter. Developments in many of the components that comprise the figure are also usually well anticipated. Lastly, since the report reflect data for a specific reporting quarter, any significant changes in the Merchandise Trade should plausibly have been already felt during that quarter and not during the release of data. But because of the overall significance of Trade on Foreign Exchange Rates, the figure has a history of being one of the more important reports out of Canada . The headline figure for trade balance is expressed in millions of Canadian dollars and usually accompanied by a year-on-year percentage change figure
19:30
19:30
USD Import Price Index (MoM) (JUN)
Low -0.70% -0.30% Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : -0.70%
Previous (P) : -0.30%
19:30
19:30
USD Import Price Index ex Petroleum (MoM) (JUN)
Medium -0.20% -0.30% Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : -0.20%
Previous (P) : -0.30%
USD Import Price Index ex Petroleum (MoM)
19:30
19:30
USD Import Price Index (YoY) (JUN)
Low -2.10% -1.50% Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : -2.10%
Previous (P) : -1.50%
19:30
19:30
USD Export Price Index (MoM) (JUN)
Low -0.30% -0.20% Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : -0.30%
Previous (P) : -0.20%
19:30
19:30
USD Export Price Index (YoY) (JUN)
Medium -0.70% Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : -
Previous (P) : -0.70%
19:30
19:30
USD Retail Sales Advance (MoM) (JUN)
High 0.20% 0.50% Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : 0.20%
Previous (P) : 0.50%
19:30
19:30
USD Retail Sales Ex Auto (MoM) (JUN)
Low 0.10% 0.50% Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : 0.10%
Previous (P) : 0.50%
19:30
19:30
USD Retail Sales Ex Auto and Gas (JUN)
Medium 0.30% 0.50% Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : 0.30%
Previous (P) : 0.50%
19:30
19:30
USD Retail Sales Control Group (JUN)
Medium 0.30% 0.40% Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : 0.30%
Previous (P) : 0.40%
20:15
20:15
USD Industrial Production (MoM) (JUN)
Medium 0.10% 0.40% Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : 0.10%
Previous (P) : 0.40%
20:15
20:15
USD Manufacturing (SIC) Production (JUN)
Medium 0.30% 0.20% Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : 0.30%
Previous (P) : 0.20%
20:15
20:15
USD Capacity Utilization (JUN)
Low 78.10% 78.10% Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : 78.10%
Previous (P) : 78.10%
Capacity Utilization measures the extent to which U.S. manufacturing companies make use of their installed productive capacity (factories and machinery). Capacity Utilization reflects overall growth and demand in the economy, rising when the economy is vibrant, and falling when demand softens. High capacity utilization also exerts inflationary pressures as scarce resources are in higher demand. However, it may also lead to new capital investments, such as new plants, that promote growth in the future
21:00
21:00
USD NAHB Housing Market Index (JUL)
Medium 64 64 Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : 64
Previous (P) : 64
A timely gauge of home sales and expectations for future home building. Based on a small sample of homebuilders, the Housing Market Index is a timely indicator of future US home sales. However, as the index is not as comprehensive as formal housing reports like new home sales or MBA mortgage applications, the index acts more like a supplemental indicator for predicting housing trends. As such, the NAHB Housing Market Index is still able to provide general insight to where the housing market is heading. Given that new home sales reflect 'big ticket' items that require construction and investment, the housing market is often viewed as an indicator of the direction of the economy as a whole. Growth in the housing market will spur subsequent spending, generating demand for goods and services and the employees who provide them. The report headline is expressed in percentage change from the previous month.
21:00
21:00
USD Business Inventories (MAY)
Medium 0.30% 0.50% Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : 0.30%
Previous (P) : 0.50%
USD Business Inventories Unsold goods held by manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers. Business Inventories are often able to show economic turning points. A significant decrease in inventories implies that the economy is on the verge of rapid growth because stockrooms for businesses are empty and need to be replenished, which triggers higher production overall. Inventories are also useful when examined in conjunction with total business sales. Rising inventories paired with slackening business sales are indicative of troubled economic times. When business sales slow, retailers' inventories increase and they are forced cut back on wholesale orders. Wholesalers, affected by the fear of swelling inventories, will slow or even shut down production in factories. Recent technological advancements allow firms to manage inventories more efficiently, keeping inventory levels lower. Accordingly, declines in inventory stores are often indicative of productivity increases rather than changes in demand. But these logistical advances put particular emphasis on growing inventories. Increases in stocks of goods signal declining demand in America. While the Business Inventories figure is released with the Advanced Retail Sales report, the Advanced Retail Sales report features a lag time of merely two weeks. The Business Inventories' lag time is three times as long, making it an indicator that follows rather than leads the overall pace of the economy. Market participants tend to focus more on the Advanced Retail Sales figures.
22:30
22:30
USD U.S. to Sell USD26 Bln 52-Week Bills
Low Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : -
Previous (P) : -
23:20
23:20
USD Fed's Kaplan Speaks at NABE Conference in Washington
Low Actual (A) : -
Forecast (F) : -
Previous (P) : -