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Forex Economic Calendar

Forex Economic Calendar covering finance and economics events from all over the world.

The economic calendar on forex.co contains all burning and up-to-date events on financial markets as a whole and on Forex in particular.

A trader can achieve a sure-fire trading on the forex market absorbing quality and timely information. So, we provide traders with data for every country, which helps them foresee trends of currencies. Indeed, any financial instrument can be influenced by a series of events around the world such as interest rates, unemployment rate, GDP growth, consumer price indices, retail sales in a certain country, etc.

For your convenience, working with the economic calendar you can sort out information, for example select news by their importance from low to high or to set a time frame you are interested in. Moreover, thanks to the Forecast column each trader can make the outlook for the market behavior in the near future.

For utmost accuracy, you are recommended not to skip news content and to focus on several currency pairs. We advise you to monitor events in the news feed on a regular basis as it provides insight into driving forces of the forex market.

We hope that the economic calendar will be your tool kit for trading on Forex.

Friday, 28 April 2017
Time Country Indicator Period Previous Reading Forecast Actual Reading Value Importance
01:00
Medium
01:00 ANZ Business Confidence Apr 11.3 11.0 11.0 Medium

The results of the ANZ Bank Business survey held among businesses nationwide.

01:30
Low
01:30 Private Sector Credit Mar 0.3% m/m; 5.0% y/y 0.5% m/m; 5.1% y/y 0.3% m/m; 5.0% y/y 0.3% m/m; 5.0% y/y Low
Private Sector Credit released by the Reserve Bank of Australia is an amount of money that the Australian private sector borrows.
05:30
Low
05:30 Prelim GDP 1 quarter 0.4% q/q; 1.1% y/y 0.4% q/q; 0.9% y/y Low

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) measures the value of goods and services produced with in a country. GDP is the most comprehensive overall measure of economic output and provides key insight as to the driving forces of the economy.

Due to the untimeliness of this report and because data on GDP components are available beforehand, the actual GDP figure is usually well anticipated. But given its overall significance GDP has the tendency to move the market upon release, acting to confirm or upset economic expectations. Robust GDP growth signals a heightened level of activity that is generally associated with a healthy economy. However economic expansion also raises concerns about inflationary pressures which may lead to monetary policy tightening.

Technically, Gross Domestic Product is calculated in the following way:

GDP = C + I + G + (EX - IM)
where
C = private consumption
I = private investment
G = government expenditure
EX = exports of goods and services
IM = imports of goods and services

The figure is commonly reported in headlines as an annualized percentage, based on quarterly data.

On a technical note: The GDP can be reported in either real or nominal terms, real GDP being adjusted for inflation.

06:00
Medium
06:00 Retail Sales Mar 1.8% m/m; -2.1% y/y 0.1% m/m; 2.2% y/y Medium

Gauge for goods sold at retail outlets in the past month. Retail Sales is a leading indicator for the economy since private consumption makes up a large portion of German Gross Domestic Product. Rising consumer spending fuels economic growth, confirms signals from consumer confidence, and may spark inflationary pressures.

The headline figure is expressed as the percentage change from the same month last year.

06:00
Low
06:00 Nationwide House Price Index Apr -0.3% m/m; 3.5% y/y 0.1% m/m; 3.3% y/y Low

Gauge for costs of homes in the United Kingdom. Mortgage data is used to provide a timely measure of the level of prices. House prices give good information on current conditions on the housing market. The index can precurse broader inflationary pressures felt in later more market moving reports should housing price pressures feed into consumer prices.

06:45
Low
06:45 Consumer Spending Mar -0.8% m/m 0.6% m/m Low

Change in the total value of inflation-adjusted goods expenditures by consumers.

06:45
Low
06:45 Consumer Price Index Apr 0.6% m/m; 1.1% y/y 0.2% m/m Low

Assesses changes in the cost of living by measuring changes in the prices of consumer items. The CPI is the headline inflation figure that indicates the strength of domestic inflationary pressures. Simply put, inflation reflects a decline in the purchasing power of the Euro in France , where each Euro buys fewer goods and services. CPI is the most popular way to measure changes in purchasing power. The report tracks changes in the price of a basket of goods and services that a typical French household might purchase. An increase in the index indicates that it takes more Euros to purchase the same set of basic consumer items.

07:00
Medium
07:00 KOF Economic Barometer Apr 107.6 107.7 Medium

The Swiss KOF Economic Barometer is a leading indicator which measures overall economic activity and is an excellent indicator of the direction of the Swiss economy. The KOF Economic Barometer is one or two quarters ahead of the GDP growth rate of the previous year and thus enables an initial estimate to be made of how the Swiss economy will perform in the next or in the next two quarters.

The Barometer is ultimately adjusted to take account of seasonal fluctuations and random factors. The Barometer is published monthly.

07:00
Low
07:00 GDP 1 quarter 0.7% q/q; 3.0% y/y 0.7% q/q; 2.9% y/y Low

The Gross Domestic Product is a comprehensive measure of an overall production and consumption of goods and services. GDP serves as one of the primary measures of overall economic well-being. While GDP announcements generally conform to expectations, unanticipated changes in this metric can move markets.

Robust GDP growth signals a heightened level of economic activity and often a higher demand for the domestic currency. At the same time, economic expansion raises concerns about inflationary pressures which may lead monetary authorities to increase interest rates. Thus better than expected GDP figures are generally bullish for the Euro, while negative readings are generally bearish.

Technically, Gross Domestic Product is calculated in the following way:

GDP = C + I + G + (EX - IM)

where

C = private consumption, I = private investment, G = government expenditure, EX = exports of goods and services, IM = imports of goods and services.

French GDP figures, officially called Quarterly National Accounts, are released quarterly. The headline figures are annualized percentage changes in real and nominal GDP.

08:00
Medium
08:00 Survey of Professional Forecasters 2 quarter Medium
The ECB Survey of Professional Forecasters is a quarterly survey of expectations for the rates of inflation, real GDP growth and unemployment in the euro area for several horizons, together with a quantitative assessment of the uncertainty surrounding them issued by the European Central Bank.
08:00
Medium
08:00 M3 Money Supply Mar 4.7% y/y 4.7% y/y Medium

The broadest measure of money supply in use by Eurozone nations. It includes all currency in circulation, bank deposits, repurchase agreements, debt securities up to 2 years, and the value of money market shares. A larger money supply reduces the purchasing power of the Euro and puts downward pressure on the exchange rate. However, because an increase in M3 leads to price inflation, this figure can also be indicative of the likelihood of future interest rate hikes. The Eurozone M3 is reported in headlines as a percent change from the previous month or as a Three Month Average, which smoothes monthly volatility in the money supply.

 

08:00
Low
08:00 Private Loans Mar 2.3% y/y 2.4% y/y Low
Borrowing and spending are positively correlated - consumers and businesses tend to seek credit when they are confident in their future financial position and feel comfortable spending money. Change in the total value of new loans issued to consumers and businesses in the private sector.
08:00
High
08:00 SNB Chairman Thomas Jordan Speaks Apr High
Thomas Jordan is the Chairman of the Governing Board of the Swiss National Bank since April 2012. Traders and investors scrutinize his speeches and comments on the country’s economic situation in order to suppose further actions of the SNB. What is more, the SNB monitors bank sector, thus changes in regulation may influence the currency’s price.
08:30
High
08:30 GDP preliminary 1 quarter 0.7% q/q; 1.9% y/y 0.4% q/q; 2.3% y/y High

An indicator for broad overall growth in the United Kingdom. Robust UK GDP growth signals a heightened level of economic activity, and therefore a high demand for currency. Economic expansion also raises concerns about inflationary pressure, which generally prompts monetary authorities to increase interest rates. This means that positive GDP readings are generally bullish for a given currency, while negative readings are bearish.

Due to the untimeliness of this report and because data on GDP components are available beforehand, the actual GDP figure is usually well anticipated. But given its overall significance GDP has the tendency to move the market upon release, acting to confirm or upset economic expectations. Robust GDP growth signals a heightened level of activity that is generally associated with a healthy economy. However economic expansion also raises concerns about inflationary pressures which may lead to monetary policy tightening.

The headline figure for UK GDP is an annualized percentage growth rate.

Technically, Gross Domestic Product is calculated in the following way:

GDP = C + I + G + (EX - IM)
where
C = private consumption
I = private investment
G = government expenditure
EX = exports of goods and services
IM = imports of goods and services

Technical note : GDP is the total market value of goods and services produced in the U.K. within a given period after deducting the cost of goods and services used up in the process of production. Therefore, GDP excludes intermediate goods and services and considers final aggregates only.

08:30
Medium
08:30 BBA Mortgage Approvals Mar 42.6K 42.1K Medium

Number of new mortgages approved for home purchase by BBA-represented banks during the previous month. The BBA represents major banks that make up around 60% of total UK mortgage lending.
 

08:30
Low
08:30 Index of Services Feb 0.6% 3m/3m; -0.1% m/m 0.5% 3m/3m; 0.3% m/m Low

The index tracks activity in services sector.

09:00
Medium
09:00 Consumer Price Index Apr 1.5% y/y 1.8% y/y Medium

CPI is the key gauge for inflation in the Eurozone. Inflation, simply put, is a decline in the purchasing power of the Euro, where each Euro buys fewer goods and services due to higher consumer prices. The index tracks changes in the price of a basket of goods and services that a typical household might purchase. When the CPI is high, it indicates that significant inflationary pressures exist in Eurozone economies. This puts pressure on the European Central Bank to raise interest rates. When CPI comes out lower than expected, the ECB is expected to lower interest rates, or keep them lower, to encourage economic growth. As a rule, the Bank adjusts rates in order to keep Europe consumer price inflation in the 0 to 2 percent range.

09:00
Medium
09:00 Flash Core CPI Apr 0.7% y/y 1.0% y/y Medium
Consumer prices account for a majority of overall inflation. Inflation is important to currency valuation because rising prices lead the central bank to raise interest rates out of respect for their inflation containment mandate. Eurostat bases this estimate on 13 euro area member states that report early CPI data. There are 2 versions of this report released about two weeks apart – Flash and Final. The Flash release, which the source first reported in Apr 2013, is the earliest and thus tends to have the most impact.
10:30
Low
10:30 Key bank rate Apr 9.75% 9.75% Low
The Bank Rossii decision on short term interest rate. The decision on where to set interest rates depends mostly on growth outlook and inflation. The primary objective of the central bank is to achieve price stability. High interest rates attract foreigners looking for the best "risk-free" return on their money, which can dramatically increases demand for the nation's currency. A higher than expected rate is positive/bullish for the RUB, while a lower than expected rate is negative/bearish for the RUB.
12:30
High
12:30 Gross Domestic Product Feb 0.6% m/m; 2.3% y/y 0.1% m/m; 2.6% y/y High

A comprehensive measure of Canada's overall production and consumption of goods and services. GDP is a significant report in FX Market, serving as one of the primary indicators of a country's overall economic health.

Robust GDP growth signals a heightened level of economic activity and often a higher demand for the domestic currency. At the same time, economic expansion raises concerns about inflationary pressures which may prompt monetary authorities to increase interest rates. Thus positive GDP readings are generally bullish for the Canadian Dollar, while negative readings are generally bearish.

Most production reports that lead to Canadian GDP are released before the official GDP number. Therefore, actual GDP figures usually confirm expectations. However, an unexpected release can move markets due to the significance of the figure.

Technically, Gross Domestic Product is calculated in the following way:

GDP = C + I + G + (EX - IM)

where
C = private consumption
I = private investment
G = government expenditure
EX = exports of goods and services
IM = imports of goods and services

The headline figures for GDP are the percentage growth rate from the previous quarter and the annualized percentage change in GDP. Prices used are benchmarked to 1997 prices.

12:30
Medium
12:30 Raw Materials Price Index Mar 1.2% m/m Medium
The Raw Materials Price Index (RMPI) measures price changes for raw materials purchased by industries in Canada for further processing. As a purchasers' price index, prices include all charges purchasers incur to bring a commodity to the establishment gate. They include transportation charges, net taxes paid, custom duties, as well as subsidies, if applicable.
12:30
Low
12:30 Industrial Product Price Index Mar 0.1% m/m Low

Industrial Product Price Index released by the Statistics Canada measures price changes for major commodities sold by Canadian manufactures. Changes in the IPP index are widely followed as an indicator of commodity inflation.

12:30
High
12:30 Prelim GDP 1 quarter 2.1% q/q 1.3% q/q High

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) measures the value of goods and services produced within a country. GDP is the most comprehensive overall measure of economic output and provides key insight as to the driving forces of the economy.

Due to the untimeliness of this report and because data on GDP components are available beforehand, the actual GDP figure is usually well anticipated. But given its overall significance GDP has the tendency to move the market upon release, acting to confirm or upset economic expectations. Robust GDP growth signals a heightened level of activity that is generally associated with a healthy economy. However economic expansion also raises concerns about inflationary pressures which may lead to monetary policy tightening.

Technically, Gross Domestic Product is calculated in the following way:

GDP = C + I + G + (EX - IM)
where
C = private consumption
I = private investment
G = government expenditure
EX = exports of goods and services
IM = imports of goods and services

The figure is commonly reported in headlines as an annualized percentage, based on quarterly data.

On a technical note: The GDP can be reported in either real or nominal terms, real GDP being adjusted for inflation.

12:30
Medium
12:30 Prelim GDP Price Index 1 quarter 2.1% q/q 2.0% q/q Medium
Change in the price of all goods and services included in GDP. It's the broadest measure of inflation, encompassing all activities included in GDP, and is a primary instrument that the central bank uses to assess inflation.
12:30
Medium
12:30 Employment Cost Index 1 quarter 0.5% q/q 0.6% q/q Medium

The Employment Cost Index includes the wages and unemployment compensations.

13:45
Medium
13:45 Chicago Purchasing Manager Index Apr 57.7 56.9 Medium

Monthly measure of the business conditions based on surveys of purchasing managers across Illinois, Indiana and Michigan. Released on the last business day of the reporting month, the report's significance has recently declined, with its only significance being that it precedes the more anticipated ISM report. Subsequently, it is used to predict the ISM report as the Chicago survey retains a high correlation with the broader economic release.

Referring to a benchmark of 50, the report is considered to reflect expansion when printing a reading of 50 or higher. Conversely, a reading of 49 and lower would be indicative of contraction.

14:00
Medium
14:00 UoM Consumer Sentiment Apr 98.0 98.1 Medium

A survey of consumer confidence conducted by the University of Michigan. The Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index (MCSI) uses telephone surveys to gather information on consumer expectations regarding the overall economy. The preliminary report, which includes about 60% of total survey results, is released around the 10th of each month. A final report for the prior month is released on the first of the month. The index is becoming more and more useful for investors because it gives a snapshot of whether consumers feel like spending money.

17:00
Low
17:00 Baker Hughes U.S. Rig Count Apr 857 Low
The Baker Hughes rig count is an important business barometer for the oil drilling industry. When drilling rigs are active they consume products and services produced by the oil service industry. The active rig count acts as a leading indicator of demand for oil products.
17:15
Medium
17:15 FOMC Member Lael Brainard Speaks Apr Medium
Federal Reserve FOMC members vote on where to set the nation's key interest rates and their public engagements are often used to drop subtle clues regarding future monetary policy.
18:30
Medium
18:30 FOMC Member Patrick T. Harker Speaks Apr Medium
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Patrick Harker. Federal Reserve FOMC members vote on where to set the nation's key interest rates and their public engagements are often used to drop subtle clues regarding future monetary policy.
Sunday, 30 April 2017
Time Country Indicator Period Previous Reading Forecast Actual Reading Value Importance
01:00
High
01:00 PMI Manufacturing Apr 51.8 High

A monthly gauge of manufacturing activity and future outlook. The CIPS PMI is comparable to the US ISM survey, similarly based on the opinions of executives in manufacturing companies. Purchasing managers are tasked with gauging future demand, and adjusting orders for materials accordingly. The PMI summarizes the opinions of these executives to give a picture of the future of the manufacturing sector. A higher PMI indicates that materials purchases are increasing and that the economic outlook is positive. Alternately, a lower PMI means orders for materials are down and the future outlook is less favorable. By nature, the figure is very sensitive to the business cycle and tends to match growth or decline in the economy as a whole.

The PMI is presented as an index with a value between 1-100.

01:00
Medium
01:00 Non-Manufacturing PMI Apr 55.1 Medium

The official non-manufacturing PMI, released by China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing (CFLP), is based on a survey of about 1,200 companies covering 27 industries including construction, transport and telecommunications. It is the level of a diffusion index based on surveyed purchasing managers in the services industry and if it is above 50.0 indicates industry expansion, below, indicates contraction.

23:30
Low
23:30 AIG Manufacturing Index Apr 57.5 Low
Monday, 01 May 2017
Time Country Indicator Period Previous Reading Forecast Actual Reading Value Importance
00:30
Low
00:30 PMI Manufacturing Apr 52.8 52.8 Low

A monthly gauge of manufacturing activity and future outlook. The CIPS PMI is comparable to the US ISM survey, similarly based on the opinions of executives in manufacturing companies. Purchasing managers are tasked with gauging future demand, and adjusting orders for materials accordingly. The PMI summarizes the opinions of these executives to give a picture of the future of the manufacturing sector. A higher PMI indicates that materials purchases are increasing and that the economic outlook is positive. Alternately, a lower PMI means orders for materials are down and the future outlook is less favorable. By nature, the figure is very sensitive to the business cycle and tends to match growth or decline in the economy as a whole.

The PMI is presented as an index with a value between 1-100.

01:00
Low
01:00 MI Inflation Gauge Apr 0.1% m/m; 2.2% y/y Low
This data provides a monthly look at consumer inflation and is designed to mimic the quarterly government-released CPI data. Full reports are only available to Melbourne Institute subscribers.
06:30
Low
06:30 Commodity Prices Apr 50.1% y/y Low

This indicator measures commodities exported from Australia.

07:15
Low
07:15 Retail Sales Mar 0.6% y/y Low

Gauge for goods sold at retail outlets in the past month. Retail Sales is a leading indicator for the Swiss economy since private consumption makes up a large portion of Swiss Gross Domestic Product. Rising consumer spending fuels economic growth, confirms signals from consumer confidence, and may spark inflationary pressures.

The headline figure is expressed as the percentage change from the same month last year.

09:00
Medium
09:00 European Commission Economic Forecasts May Medium

Economic forecasts concentrate on the EU, its individual member states, and the euro area but also include outlooks for some of the world's other major economies, and countries that are candidates for EU membership. ECFIN's forecasts are published three times a year in sync with the EU's annual cycle of economic surveillance procedures, known as the European Semester.

12:30
Medium
12:30 Core PCE Price Index Mar 0.2% m/m; 1.8% y/y Medium
The "core" PCE price index is defined as personal consumption expenditures (PCE) prices excluding food and energy prices. The core PCE price index measures the prices paid by consumers for goods and services without the volatility caused by movements in food and energy prices to reveal underlying inflation trends. Food prices consist of those included in the PCE category of “food and beverages purchased for off-premises consumption.” Prices included in the PCE category “food services and accommodations” are not included in the “food” price index because these services prices tend to be far less volatile than those for food commodities such as meats, fresh vegetables and fruits. Energy prices consist of those included in the PCE categories of “gasoline and other energy goods” and of “electricity and gas” utilities.
12:30
Medium
12:30 Personal Spending Mar 0.1% m/m Medium

Comprehensive measure of how much consumers spend each month, counting expenditures on durable goods, consumer products, and services. Personal Consumption is a comprehensive measure of GDP; consequently the figure is watched as an indicator for economic trends. Spending also has direct affect on inflationary pressures.

A healthy Personal Spending figure means that consumers are buying goods and services, fueling the economy and spurring output growth. The report is particularly valued for forecasting inflationary pressures. Taken in excess these high levels of consumption and production may lead to an overall increase in prices. Indeed, the Fed uses a measure of inflation derived from the PCE as their primary gauge of inflation.

On the other hand, persistently low Personal Spending may result in decreasing levels of output and an economic downturn.

Because income is either spent or saved, Personal Spending (when reported as a percent of income rather than the headline percent change) has an inverse relationship to personal saving. Economists watch the growth of Personal Spending in relation to income and saving to determine if consumers are living beyond their means, which would influence levels of borrowing and future consumption.

The PCE figure is released in headlines as a percent change from the previous month.

12:30
Low
12:30 Personal Income Mar 0.4% m/m Low

Broad gauge of employee earnings in the US . Personal Income measures the pre-tax income households receive from employment, investments, and transfer payments. As wages and salaries make up the majority of Personal Income, the figure can provide insight on the US employment situation. However, because Personal Income is released after the headline employment figure and earnings figures, its impact on the market is muted. The figure is still useful in gauging the purchasing ability of consumers, though, as rising Personal Income allows for strong consumers spending. Such spending drives output growth and fuels the US economy.

13:30
Medium
13:30 RBC Manufacturing PMI (s.a.) Apr 55.5 Medium
Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index. It reflects either improvement (>50) or worsening (<50) of the situation compared with the previous month. Growth in the indicator and higher-than-expected reading favors the local currency.
13:45
Low
13:45 Final Manufacturing PMI Apr 52.8 52.8 Low
It's a leading indicator of economic health - businesses react quickly to market conditions, and their purchasing managers hold perhaps the most current and relevant insight into the company's view of the economy. Survey of about 600 purchasing managers which asks respondents to rate the relative level of business conditions including employment, production, new orders, prices, supplier deliveries, and inventories. Above 50.0 indicates industry expansion, below indicates contraction. There are 2 versions of this report released about a week apart – Flash and Final.
14:00
High
14:00 ISM Manufacturing PMI Apr 57.2 High

A monthly index released by the Institute of Supply Management which tracks the amount of manufacturing activity that occurred in the previous month.ISM Manufacuring assesses the state of US industry by surveying executives on expectations for future production, new orders, inventories, employment and deliveries. This data is considered a very important and trusted economic measure. If the index has a value below 50, due to a decrease in activity, it tends to indicate an economic recession, especially if the trend continues over several months. A value substantially above 50 likely indicates a time of economic growth. The values for the index can be between 0 and 100.

Values over 50 generally indicate an expansion, while values below 50 indicate contraction.

23:50
Low
23:50 Monetary Policy Meeting Minutes Mar Low
The Bank of Japan publishes the summary from its monthly monetary policy meetings some time after the actual meeting. These meetings are held to review economic developments inside and outside of Japan and decide the central bank’s monetary policy. The minutes usually come out late, at least a month after the meeting, but give detailed insight into the Bank of Japan’s monetary policy decision making process.
Tuesday, 02 May 2017
Time Country Indicator Period Previous Reading Forecast Actual Reading Value Importance
00:30
Medium
00:30 PMI Composite Apr 52.9 Medium

An index level of 50 denotes no change since the previous month, while a level above 50 signals an increase or improvement, and below 50 indicates a decrease or deterioration.

00:30
Medium
00:30 Services PMI Apr 52.9 Medium

An index level of 50 denotes no change since the previous month, while a level above 50 signals an increase or improvement, and below 50 indicates a decrease or deterioration.

01:45
Medium
01:45 Markit Manufacturing PMI Apr 51.2 Medium
The Chinese HSBC Manufacturing PMI is a composite indicator designed to provide an overall view of activity in the manufacturing sector and acts as an leading indicator for the whole economy. When the PMI is below 50.0 this indicates that the manufacturing economy is declining and a value above 50.0 indicates an expansion of the manufacturing economy. Flash figures are released approximately 6 business days prior to the end of the month. Final figures overwrite the flash figures upon release and are in turn overwritten as the next Flash is available. The Chinese HSBC Manufacturing PMI is concluded from a monthly survey of about 430 purchasing managers which asks respondents to rate the relative level of business conditions including employment, production, new orders, prices, supplier deliveries, and inventories. A higher than expected reading should be taken as positive/bullish for the CNY , while a lower than expected reading should be taken as negative/bearish for the CNY.
04:30
High
04:30 RBA Interest Rate Decision May 1.50% 1.50% High
The Reserve Bank sets the target 'cash rate', which is the market interest rate on overnight funds. It uses this as the instrument for monetary policy, and influences the cash rate through its financial market operations. Decisions regarding the cash rate target are made by the Reserve Bank Board and explained in a media release announcing the decision at 2.30 pm after each Board meeting.
04:30
High
04:30 RBA Rate Statement May High

The Reserve Bank of Australia releases an Interest Rate Statement each month. The statement contains the latest decision regarding changes to the countries short term interest rates, monetary policy, and the direction of the economy. Short term interest rates are the paramount factor in currency valuation. A hawkish statement could boost the currency where a dovish statement could lower the currency's valuation.

07:15
Medium
07:15 PMI Manufacturing Apr 53.9 Medium

A monthly gauge of manufacturing activity and future outlook. It is comparable to the US ISM survey, similarly based on the opinions of executives in manufacturing companies. Purchasing managers are tasked with gauging future demand and adjusting orders for materials accordingly. The PMI summarizes the opinions of these executives to give a picture of the future of the manufacturing sector. A higher PMI indicates that materials purchases are increasing and that the economic outlook is positive. Alternately, a lower PMI means orders for materials are down and the future outlook is less favorable. By nature, the figure is very sensitive to the business cycle and tends to match growth or decline in the economy as a whole.

The PMI is presented as an index with a value between 1-100.

07:30
Low
07:30 SVME Purchasing Managers Index Apr 58.6 Low

The Schweizerischer Verband für Materialwirtschaft und Einkauf (SVME) Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) measures the activity level of purchasing managers, with a reading above 50 indicating expansion. A rising trend has a positive effect on the nation's currency. To produce the index, purchasing managers are surveyed on a number of subjects including employment, production, new orders, supplier deliveries, and inventories. Traders watch these surveys closely because purchasing managers, by virtue of their jobs, have early access to data about their company’s performance, which can be a leading indicator of overall economic performance.

07:45
Low
07:45 PMI Manufacturing Apr 55.7 Low

A monthly gauge of manufacturing activity and future outlook. The CIPS PMI is comparable to the US ISM survey, similarly based on the opinions of executives in manufacturing companies. Purchasing managers are tasked with gauging future demand, and adjusting orders for materials accordingly. The PMI summarizes the opinions of these executives to give a picture of the future of the manufacturing sector. A higher PMI indicates that materials purchases are increasing and that the economic outlook is positive. Alternately, a lower PMI means orders for materials are down and the future outlook is less favorable. By nature, the figure is very sensitive to the business cycle and tends to match growth or decline in the economy as a whole.

The PMI is presented as an index with a value between 1-100.

07:50
Low
07:50 PMI Manufacturing Apr 55.1 55.1 Low

A monthly gauge of manufacturing activity and future outlook. The PMI is based on the opinions of executives in manufacturing companies. Purchasing managers are tasked with gauging future demand and adjusting orders for materials accordingly. The PMI summarizes the opinions of these executives to give a picture of the future of the manufacturing sector. A higher PMI indicates that materials purchases are increasing and that the economic outlook is positive. Alternately, a lower PMI means orders for materials are down and the future outlook is less favorable. By nature, the figure is very sensitive to the business cycle and tends to match growth or decline in the economy as a whole.

The PMI is presented as an index with a value between 1-100.

07:55
Low
07:55 PMI Manufacturing Apr 58.2 58.2 Low

Gauge for overall performance of the German manufacturing sector. Through asking executives about sales and employment outlook, the survey strives to provide useful information about the business climate that can lead to developments in employment, output and consumption. The PMI survey is based on the result of interviews with business executives. Manufacturing is an important sector in Germany, which is why changes in Manufacturing PMI serve as a good indicator for the overall economic situation in Germany as well as Eurozone. However, despite the timeliness of the report, Manufacturing PMI is not a big market mover.
The survey results are quantified into index where 0 represents long-term manufacturing business conditions. The headline figure is expressed in percentage change.

08:00
Low
08:00 PMI Manufacturing Apr 56.8 56.8 Low

The Eurozone Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) assesses business conditions in the manufacturing sector. Because the manufacturing sector represents nearly a quarter of total Eurozone GDP, the Eurozone Manufacturing PMI is a significant and timely indicator of both business conditions and the general health of the economy. Results are quantified in an index in which values above 50 indicate an expected increase of business conditions and values below 50 signal an expected deterioration.

08:00
Low
08:00 Unemployment Rate Mar 11.5% Low

The percentage of individuals in the labor force who are without a job but actively seeking one. A higher Unemployment Rate is generally a drain on the economy. Not only does it mean that resources are not being fully utilized, but it also results in lower consumer spending as there are fewer workers receiving paychecks.

Note: The unemployment rate generally moves slowly, so changes of only a few tenths of a percent are still considered significant. Also note that the unemployment rate does not account for discouraged workers. Therefore, in an economically depressed environment, such as that which occurred in Cold War era East Germany, the Unemployment Rate may not accurately reflect the extent of problems.

08:30
High
08:30 PMI Manufacturing Apr 54.2 High

A monthly gauge of manufacturing activity and future outlook. It is comparable to the US ISM survey, similarly based on the opinions of executives in manufacturing companies. Purchasing managers are tasked with gauging future demand and adjusting orders for materials accordingly. The PMI summarizes the opinions of these executives to give a picture of the future of the manufacturing sector. A higher PMI indicates that materials purchases are increasing and that the economic outlook is positive. Alternately, a lower PMI means orders for materials are down and the future outlook is less favorable. By nature, the figure is very sensitive to the business cycle and tends to match growth or decline in the economy as a whole.

The PMI is presented as an index with a value between 1-100.

09:00
Low
09:00 Unemployment Rate Mar 9.5% Low

The percentage of individuals in the labor force who are without a job but actively seeking one. A higher Unemployment Rate is generally a drain on the economy. Not only does it mean that resources are not being fully utilized, but it also results in lower consumer spending as there are fewer workers receiving paychecks.

The unemployment rate generally moves slowly, so changes of only a few tenths of a percent are still considered significant. Also note that the unemployment rate does not account for discouraged workers. Therefore, in an economically depressed environment, such as that which occurred in Cold War era East Germany, the Unemployment Rate may not accurately reflect the extent of problems.

22:45
High
22:45 Employment Change 1 quarter 0.8% q/q; 5.8% y/y High

Employment change is a crucial indicator to measure the health of the overal economy. It is realeased shortly after the month ends and is a leading indcator of consumer spending which makes up the majority of overall economic activity.

22:45
High
22:45 Unemployment Rate 1 quarter 5.2% High

The percentage of individuals in the labor force who are without a job but actively seeking one. A higher Unemployment Rate is generally a drain on the economy. Not only does it mean that resources are not being fully utilized, but it also results in lower consumer spending as there are fewer workers receiving paychecks.

Note: The unemployment rate generally moves slowly, so changes of only a few tenths of a percent are still considered significant. Also note that the unemployment rate does not account for discouraged workers. Therefore, in an economically depressed environment, such as that which occurred in Cold War era East Germany, the Unemployment Rate may not accurately reflect the extent of problems.

22:45
Low
22:45 Participation Rate 1 quarter 70.5% Low
The target population for the Household Labour Force Survey is the civilian usually-resident non-institutionalised population aged 15 and over. Before the June 1995 quarter the survey included a sample of individuals living in non-private dwellings such as hotels, boarding houses, tertiary hostels, and motor camps. From the June 1995 quarter onwards, the groups that are excluded from the survey sample are: residents temporarily overseas, those in non-private dwellings, retirement homes, hospitals and psychiatric institutions, prisons, penal institutions and police lock-up; members of the permanent armed forces; non-New Zealand armed forces; overseas diplomats; overseas visitors who expect to be resident in New Zealand for less than 12 months; those aged under 15 years of age; and people living on offshore islands (except for Waiheke Island).
23:01
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23:01 BRC Shop Price Index Apr -0.8% y/y Low
Change in the price of goods purchased at BRC-member retail stores. Leads the government-released consumer inflation data by about 10 days, but has a narrower scope as it only includes goods purchased from retailers who belong to the BRC. This data is usually released 1 day before the Bank of England interest rate decision. Full reports are only available to BRC subscribers.
23:30
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23:30 AIG Services Index Apr 51.7 Medium

Analogue for PMI. Gauge for the overall performance of the country's service sector. The Services PMI interviews executives on the status of sales, employment, and their outlook. Because the performance of the country's service sector is extremely consistent over time, services does not impact final GDP figures as much as the more volatile figure on the manufacturing sector. For this reason Services PMI usually causes little market movement. The survey results are quantified and presented as an index on a 1-100 scale. The headline figure is the percentage change in the index.

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Thursday, 27 April 2017
23:46
JAPAN 2-YEAR JGB AUCTION BID-TO-COVER RATIO 5.51
23:40
INDIA CENBANK SAYS BANKS' CASH BALANCES 4.37 TRLN RUPEES ON APRIL 24
23:39
INDIA CENBANK SAYS APRIL 27 REFINANCE 11.60 BLN RUPEES
23:38
S.KOREA C.BANK SAYS IT SEES GDP OUTPUT GAP PERSISTING THROUGH 2018
23:38
THAI 20 BLN BAHT, 28-DAY TREASURY BILL AVG ACCEPTED YIELD 1.32751 PCT
23:38
THAI 25 BLN BAHT, 91-DAY TREASURY BILL AVG ACCEPTED YIELD 1.40149 PCT
23:30
SINGAPOREQ1 TOTAL EMPLOYMENT -8,500
23:30
SINGAPORE Q1 UNEMPLOYMENT RATE EDGES UP TO HIGHEST SINCE 2009
23:29
SINGAPORE Q1 PRELIMINARY UNEMPLOYMENT RATE 2.3 PCT VS 2.2 PCT IN Q4
23:27
S.KOREA SHARES ERASE GAINS, TURN NEGATIVE AFTER TRUMP COMMENTS
23:22
SINGAPORE MARCH BANK LENDING S$627. CENTRAL BANK DATA
23:08
AUSTRALIA Q1 PPI +1.3 PCT YR/YR
23:07
AUSTRALIA Q1 PRODUCER PRICE INDEX +0.5 PCT Q/Q
23:07
AUSTRALIA MARCH HOUSING CREDIT +0.5 PCT M/M, S/ADJ -- CENTRAL BANK
23:04
SHANGHAI COMPOSITE INDEX TO OPEN DOWN 0.3 PCT AT 3,144.02 POINTS
23:03
CHINA'S CSI300 INDEX TO OPEN DOWN 0.2 PCT AT 3,439.57 POINTS
22:59
HK'S HANG SENG INDEX TO OPEN FLAT AT 24,691.29 POINTS
22:58
CHINA CBANK INJECTS 40 BLN YUAN THROUGH 7 DAY REVERSE REPOS - TRADERS
22:58
CHINA CBANK INJECTS 20 BLN YUAN THROUGH 14 DAY REVERSE REPOS - TRADERS
22:58
CHINA CBANK INJECTS 20 BLN YUAN THROUGH 28 DAY REVERSE REPOS - TRADERS
22:57
PBOC SETS YUAN MID-POINT AT 6.8931 / DLR VS LAST CLOSE 6.8965
21:10
BOJ offers to buy Y 500 bln Treasury Discount Bills outright from 5/2
21:01
TAIWAN STOCKS OPEN UP 0.1 PCT AT 9,868.38 POINTS
20:55
TRUMP SAYS NORTH KOREA IS HIS BIGGEST GLOBAL WORRY
20:07
NZ MARCH MONTH EXPORTS NZ$+4.65 BILLION
20:06
NEW ZEALAND MARCH MONTH TRADE BALANCE NZ$+332.00 MILLION
20:06
NEW ZEALAND MARCH ANNUAL TRADE BALANCE NZ$-3.67 BILLION
20:06
NZ MARCH MONTH IMPORTS NZ$+4.31 BILLION
20:02
SEOUL SHARES OPEN UP 0.22 PCT AT 2214.36
20:01
TOKYO'S NIKKEI SHARE AVERAGE OPENS DOWN 0.06 PCT AT 19,240.65
19:50
JAPAN APR IP FORECAST 1 MTH AHEAD* INCREASE TO 8.9 % VS PREV -2 %
19:50
JAPAN MAY IP FORECAST 2 MTH AHEAD* DECREASE TO -3.7 % VS PREV 8.3 %
19:30
JAPAN MAR CPI, OVERALL NATIONWIDE* DECREASE TO 0.2 % VS PREV 0.3 %
19:30
JAPAN APR CPI, OVERALL TOKYO* INCREASE TO -0.1 % VS PREV -0.4 %
19:30
JAPAN MAR CPI INDEX EX FRESH FOOD* INCREASE TO 99.8 VS PREV 99.6
17:08
MOODY'S AFFIRMS MEXICO'S A3 ISSUER RATING; NEGATIVE OUTLOOK
17:00
SOUTH KOREA MAY BOK MANUFACTURING BSI* INCREASE TO 79 VS PREV 78
16:07
BRAZIL'S BOVESPA CLOSED AT 64,517.92, DOWN -0.53%
16:06
CANADA'S S&P/TSX COMPOSITE CLOSED AT 15,502.29, DOWN -0.94%
15:00
SAUDI ARABIA MAR M3 MONEY SUPPLY YY* DECREASE TO 0.0 % VS PREV 0.1 %
14:50
BRENT CRUDE FUTURES SETTLE AT $51.44/BBL, DOWN 38 CENTS, 0.73 PCT
13:02
U.S. 7-YEAR NOTES BID-TO-COVER RATIO 2.73, NON-COMP BIDS $8.35 MLN
12:55
FED BIDS FOR 7-YEAR NOTES TOTAL $3.8 BLN
12:54
NON-COMPS ACCEPTED FOR U.S. 7-YEAR NOTES $8.3 MLN
12:07
TRUMP SAYS NAFTA RENEGOTIATIONS WILL START SOON
11:44
RUSSIA'S MICEX CLOSED AT 2,009.15, DOWN -0.88%
11:37
SWITZERLAND SMI CLOSED AT 8,851.50, UP +0.24%
11:35
PORTUGAL'S PSI20 DOWN 0.26 PERCENT AT 5,041.96 POINTS
11:33
GERMANY'S DAX DOWN 0.2 PCT; FRANCE'S CAC DOWN 0.4 PCT
11:32
UK'S FTSE DOWN 0.8 PCT; SPAIN'S IBEX DOWN 0.7 PCT
11:30
FTSEUROFIRST 300 PROVISIONALLY CLOSES DOWN 0.26 PERCENT AT 1,522.39
11:30
EUROPE'S STOXX 600 PROVISIONALLY ENDS DOWN 0.2 PCT
11:03
JAPANESE PM ABE CALLS ON NORTH KOREA TO AVOID ANY PROVOCATIVE ACTION
11:00
UNITED STATES APR KC FED MANUFACTURING DECREASE TO 12 VS PREV 37
11:00
UNITED STATES APR KC FED COMPOSITE INDEX DECREASE TO 7 VS PREV 20
11:00
S.AFRICA'S FTSE/JSE TOP 40 CLOSED AT 5,344.4, UP +1.04%
10:55
U.S. STOCKS MOVE LOWER; DOW JONES AND S&P 500 TURN NEGATIVE
09:08
ITALY'S FTSE MIB HITS SESSION LOW, NOW DOWN 0.8 PCT
09:08
EURO ZONE GOVERNMENT BOND YIELDS, MONEY MARKET RATES FALL BROADLY
09:07
EURO EXTENDS FALLS TO TRADE DOWN 0.3 PERCENT AT DAY'S LOW OF $1.0865
09:06
DRAGHI SAYS DID NOT DISCUSS SECURITIES LENDING
09:06
DRAGHI SAYS RISK OF TRADE PROTECTIONINSM MAY HAVE RECEDED
09:02
DRAGHI SAYS DID NOT DISCUSS REMOVING EASING BIAS IN INTEREST RATES
09:02
DRAGHI SAYS EASING BIAS LINKED TO INFLATION
09:02
DRAGHI SAYS EASING BIASES LINKED TO IFNLATION
09:01
CZECH CBANK SAYS ALL 7 BOARD MEMBERS WILL ATTEND MAY 4 POLICY MEETING
09:00
DRAGHI SAYS RISKS OF DEFLATION HAVE VIRTUALLY DISAPPEARED
09:00
ECB'S DRAGHI SAYS WE STILL HAVE MANY FRAGILITIES
08:56
EURO STOXX BANK INDEX TURNS LOWER AGAIN, NOW DOWN 1.2 PCT
08:56
DRAGHI SAYS HAVE NOT DISCUSSED EXITING STIMULUS
08:56
ECB'S DRAGHI SAYS THINGS ARE GOING BETTER
08:52
DRAGHI SAYS POTENTIAL NEGATIVE SIDE EFFECTS SO FAR LIMITED
08:51
DRAGHI SAYS CURRENT STANCE FULLY APPROPRIATE
08:50
ECB'S DRAGHI SAYS ASSESSMENT OF INFLATION HASN'T REALLY CHANGED
08:50
DRAGHI SAYS NO NEED TO DISCUSS GUIDANCE SEQUENCING
08:50
DRAGHI SAYS HASN'T SEEN SUFFICIENT EVIDENCE TO ALTER INFLATION OUTLOOK
08:49
DRAGHI SAYS THERE ARE TENTATIVE SIGNS OF BUILD UP OF PRODUCER PRICES
08:49
DRAGHI SAYS OUTLOOK FOR WAGE GROWTH UCNERTAIN
08:48
DRAGHI SAYS ALL MEMBERS AGREED ON WORDING OF STATEMENT
08:47
ECB'S DRAGHI SAYS DISCUSSION ON BALANCE OF RISK RELATES TO GROWTH
08:47
ECB'S DRAGHI SAYS DISCUSSION ON BALANCE OF RISK RELATES TO GROWTH
08:41
ITALY'S FTSE MIB HITS SESSION HIGH, NOW DOWN 0.3 PERCENT
08:40
ECB'S DRAGHI SAYS UNDERLYING INFLATION TO RISE ONLY GRADUALLY
08:40
DRAGHI SAYS UNDERLYING INFLATION LOW
08:40
GERMAN GOVERNMENT BOND YIELDS RISE AS ECB'S DRAGHI SPEAKS - TRADEWEB
08:39
DRAGHI SAYS INFLATION LIKELY TO INCREASE IN APRLI
08:39
GERMANY'S DAX HITS SESSION HIGH, NOW FLAT ON THE DAY
08:01
OPEC SEC-GEN SAYS CONFIDENT OF SUCCESSFUL CONCLUSION TO MAY 25 MEETING
08:00
BRAZIL MAR PRODUCER PRICE INDEX INCREASE TO 0.09 % VS PREV -0.43 %
07:59
U.S. LIGHT CRUDE OIL FUTURES DOWN $1 AT $48.62 A BARREL
07:57
OPEC SEC-GEN SAYS HAS NO DOUBT ABOUT HIGH LEVEL OF RUSSIA COMMITMENT
07:47
EURO HITS DAY'S LOW VS. DOLLAR AFTER ECB DECISION
07:45
INDIA CENBANK TO CONDUCT 4 TERM REPO AUCTIONS FOR 845 BLN RUPEES
06:34
CZECH 17-WEEK T-BILL YIELD -0.35 PCT
06:30
GERMANY APR BW STATE CPI MM* DECREASE TO 0.0 % VS PREV 0.3 %
06:30
GERMANY APR BW STATE CPI YY* INCREASE TO 2.0 % VS PREV 1.6 %
06:16
SRI LANKA 20-MONTH T-BOND PCT AT AUCTION - CENTRAL BANK
06:16
SRI LANKA 55-MONTH T-BOND YIELD 11.55 PCT AT AUCTION - CENTRAL BANK
06:16
SRI LANKA 99-MONTH T-BOND YIELD 11.87 PCT AT AUCTION - CENTRAL BANK
06:00
UK CBI RETAIL SALES EXPECTATIONS BALANCE FOR MAY +16 VS +16 FOR APRIL
05:43
U.S. STOCK INDEX FUTURES ABOUT FLAT
05:34
EUROGROUP HEAD DIJSSELBLOEM SAYS DEBT RELIEF FOR GREECE WILL BE NEEDED
05:23
ITALIAN 2.5 BLN EURO APRIL 2022 BTP BOND AUCTION GROSS YIELD 1.04 PCT
05:23
ITALIAN 2.75 BLN EURO JUNE 2027 BTP BOND AUCTION GROSS YIELD 2.29 PCT
05:22
ITALIAN 3.5 BLN EURO OCT 2024 CCTEU BOND AUCTION GROSS YIELD 0.93 PCT
05:06
ICELANDIC APRIL CPI AT +1.9 PCT Y/Y VS PREV MONTH +1. STATS OFFICE
05:06
ICELANDIC APRIL CPI AT 0.5 PCT M/M VS PREV MONTH +0. STATS OFFICE
05:00
EUROZONE APR CONS INFL EXPEC DECREASE TO 13.9 VS PREV 15.3
04:53
IRAQ SAYS WE REACHED ABOUT 97 PCT OF OUR OPEC CUT
04:52
IRAQ OIL MINISTER SAYS FULLY COMMITTED TO OPEC, IS IN FULL COMPLIANCE
04:45
TURKISH CENTRAL BANK SAYS ALLOCATES $1.25 BLN IN FOREX DEPO AUCTION
04:31
PORTUGAL ECONOMIC CLIMATE INDICATOR 1.8 IN APRIL - INE
04:29
GERMANY APR NW STATE CPI MM* STAYS FLAT AT 0.1 % VS PREV 0.1 %
04:29
GERMANY APR NW STATE CPI YY* INCREASE TO 2.1 % VS PREV 1.7 %
04:23
DANISH C.BANK SAYS TOTAL BIDS IN T-BILL AUCTION 0.9 BLN DKK
04:22
DENMARK SELLS 0.7 BLN DKK WORTH OF T-BILLS AT AUCTION -C.BANK
04:10
HK'S HANG SENG INDEX CLOSES UP 0.5 PCT AT 24,698.48 POINTS
04:01
GERMANY APR HE STATE CPI MM* STAYS FLAT AT 0.0 % VS PREV 0.0 %
04:01
GERMANY APR HE STATE CPI YY* INCREASE TO 2.1 % VS PREV 1.7 %
04:00
GERMANY APR BY STATE CPI MM* DECREASE TO -0.1 % VS PREV 0.4 %
04:00
GERMANY APR BY STATE CPI YY* INCREASE TO 1.9 % VS PREV 1.7 %
03:54
GERMANY APR BB STATE CPI MM* DECREASE TO -0.1 % VS PREV 0.3 %
03:54
GERMANY APR BB STATE CPI YY* INCREASE TO 1.8 % VS PREV 1.4 %
03:32
SWEDISH CROWN FALLS AFTER RIKSBANK DECISION
03:31
SWEDISH CENTRAL BANK - REPO RATE UNCHANGED AT -0.50 PER CENT
03:30
SWEDISH MARCH PPI +6.5 PCT YR/YR - STATISTICS OFFICE
03:30
SWEDISH MARCH PPI -0.1 PCT MO/MO - STATISTICS OFFICE
03:30
SWEDISH MARCH TRADE BALANCE -0.8 BLN SEK
03:04
GERMANY'S DAX DOWN 0.3 PCT
03:04
TURKISH CENTRAL BANK SAYS DOES NOT OPEN ONE-WEEK REPO AUCTION
03:03
SHANGHAI COMPOSITE INDEX CLOSES UP 0.4 PCT AT 3,152.19 POINTS
03:03
CHINA'S CSI300 INDEX CLOSES FLAT AT 3,446.72 POINTS
03:03
SPAIN'S IBEX DOWN 0.5 PCT
03:02
EUROPE'S STOXX 600 DOWN 0.1 PCT
03:02
BRITAIN'S FTSE 100 DOWN 0.3 PCT
03:02
FRANCE'S CAC 40 DOWN 0.2 PCT
03:02
ITALY'S FTSE MIB DOWN 0.40 PERCENT AT 20,753.40 POINTS IN EARLY DEALS
03:01
BOJ GOV KURODA: EXPECT WAGES TO RISE AS OUTPUT GAP TURNS POSITIVE
03:00
GERMANY APR SN STATE CPI MM* DECREASE TO -0.1 % VS PREV 0.2 %
03:00
GERMANY APR SN STATE CPI YY* INCREASE TO 2.1 % VS PREV 1.8 %
03:00
TURKEY APR ECONOMIC CONFID IDX INCREASE TO 99.5 VS PREV 96.10
03:00
SPAIN APRIL FLASH NATIONAL CPI 2.6 PCT Y/Y VS 2.3 PCT IN MARCH
02:56
INDONESIA C.BANK GOV SAYS NO ROOM YET FOR MONETARY POLICY EASING
02:41
BOJ GOV KURODA: DEBATING EXIT STRATEGY NOW WILL CAUSE MARKET CONFUSION
02:30
SEOUL SHARES UNOFFICIALLY CLOSE UP 0.13 PCT
02:07
GERMAN BUND FUTURES OPEN 2 TICKS LOWER AT 161.25
02:05
FINNISH APRIL INDUSTRY CONFIDENCE + EK
02:04
FINNISH APRIL CONSUMER CONFIDENCE +21. STATISTICS FINLAND
01:41
CHINA'S Q1 GOLD CONSUMPTION UP 14.73 PCT Y/Y TO 304.14 TONNES - XINHUA
01:40
CHINA'S Q1 GOLD OUTPUT DOWN 9.29 PCT Y/Y TO 101.2 TONNES - XINHUA
01:31
TAIWAN STOCKS CLOSE FLAT AT 9,860.62 POINTS
01:26
SWISS NATIONAL BANK SAYS Q1 PROFIT 7.9 BLN SFR
00:33
THAI Q1 GDP SEEN MORE THAN 3.1 PCT Y/Y - FINANCE MINISTRY
00:31
PHILIPPINES' ENVIRONMENT MINISTER SAYS TO BAN OPEN PIT MINING
00:31
MALAYSIA SELLS GOVT BOND MATURING IN 2033 AT AVG YIELD OF 4.5 C.BANK
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