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13 Nisan 2015 Pazartesi
01:00
NZD
NZD NZIER Business Opinion Survey (1Q)
Düşük
23
24
NZD NZIER Business Opinion Survey (1Q)

01:01
NZD
NZD REINZ House Price Index (MoM) (MAR)
Düşük
6.7%
0.8%
NZD REINZ House Price Index (MoM) (MAR)

01:01
NZD
NZD REINZ House Sales (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
20.3%
12.6%
NZD REINZ House Sales (YoY) (MAR)

01:01
NZD
NZD REINZ Housing Price Index (MAR)
Düşük
4340.9
4069.7
NZD REINZ Housing Price Index (MAR)

01:01
NZD
NZD REINZ House Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
9.5%
6.1%
NZD REINZ House Price Index (YoY) (MAR)

01:45
NZD
NZD Card Spending Retail (MoM) (MAR)
Normal
0.8%
0.8%
1.1%
NZD Card Spending Retail (MoM) (MAR)

01:45
NZD
NZD NZ Card Spending (MoM) (MAR)
Normal
1.3%
0.4%
NZD NZ Card Spending (MoM) (MAR)

02:01
GBP
GBP BRC Sales Like-For-Like (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
3.2%
0.5%
0.2%
GBP BRC Sales Like-For-Like (YoY) (MAR)

02:30
AUD
AUD ANZ Roy Morgan Weekly Consumer Confidence Index (APR 12)
Düşük
109.8
109.7
AUD ANZ Roy Morgan Weekly Consumer Confidence Index (APR 12)

02:50
JPY
JPY Japan Money Stock M2+CD (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
3.6%
3.6%
3.5%
JPY Japan Money Stock M2+CD (YoY) (MAR)
JPY Japan Money Stock M2+CD (YoY)

Measure of the money supply used by the Bank of Japan. The figure includes all currency in circulation plus all bank deposits. This indicator tends to track closely with the total money supply. The figure focuses mostly on individual deposit accounts rather than institutional accounts, making it a more attractive money indicator than broad liquidity measures.


02:50
JPY
JPY Machine Orders (YoY) (FEB)
Normal
5.9%
4.3%
1.9%
JPY Machine Orders (YoY) (FEB)
JPY Machine Orders (YoY)

The total value of machinery orders placed at major manufacturers in Japan . Machine Orders is considered the best leading indicator of business capital spending, and increases are indicative of stronger business confidence and a better forward outlook. Higher capital spending is also positive for the Japanese employment situation, as companies will generally require new employees to run new machinery. The headline figure is the seasonally-adjusted month-on-month and annualized percentage change.


02:50
JPY
JPY Bank of Japan March 16-17 meeting minutes
Normal
JPY Bank of Japan March 16-17 meeting minutes

02:50
JPY
JPY Japan Money Stock M3 (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
3.0%
3.0%
2.9%
JPY Japan Money Stock M3 (YoY) (MAR)

02:50
JPY
JPY Machine Orders (MoM) (FEB)
Düşük
-0.4%
-2.2%
-1.7%
JPY Machine Orders (MoM) (FEB)
JPY Machine Orders (MoM)

The total value of machinery orders placed at major manufacturers in Japan . Machine Orders is considered the best leading indicator of business capital spending, and increases are indicative of stronger business confidence and a better forward outlook. Higher capital spending is also positive for the Japanese employment situation, as companies will generally require new employees to run new machinery. The headline figure is the seasonally-adjusted month-on-month and annualized percentage change.


02:50
JPY
JPY Domestic Corporate Goods Price Index (MoM) (MAR)
Düşük
0.3%
-0.1%
-0.1%
JPY Domestic Corporate Goods Price Index (MoM) (MAR)
JPY Domestic Corporate Goods Price Index (MoM)

The Domestic Corporate Goods Price Index measures prices for goods purchased by Japanese corporations. As prices for input materials and the overall cost of manufacturing change, companies adjust retail prices accordingly. The CGPI comprehensively tracks these supply-side price pressures and increases in the index often precede upward movement in the CPI. If an increase in the CGPI is followed by a rise in the CPI, concerns about inflation may prompt the Bank of Japan to raise interest rates. The headline numbers are the percentage change in the index month or month and annually.


02:50
JPY
JPY Domestic Corporate Goods Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
0.7%
0.4%
0.4%
JPY Domestic Corporate Goods Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
JPY Domestic Corporate Goods Price Index (YoY)

The Domestic Corporate Goods Price Index measures prices for goods purchased by Japanese corporations. As prices for input materials and the overall cost of manufacturing change, companies adjust retail prices accordingly. The CGPI comprehensively tracks these supply-side price pressures and increases in the index often precede upward movement in the CPI. If an increase in the CGPI is followed by a rise in the CPI, concerns about inflation may prompt the Bank of Japan to raise interest rates. The headline numbers are the percentage change in the index month or month and annually.


03:00
CNY
CNY Trade Balance (MAR)
Normal
$40.20B
$60.62B
CNY Trade Balance (MAR)

03:00
CNY
CNY Foreign Reserves (MAR)
Düşük
$3840.0B
CNY Foreign Reserves (MAR)

03:00
CNY
CNY New Yuan Loans CNY (MAR)
Yüksek
1010.0B
1020.0B
CNY New Yuan Loans CNY (MAR)

03:00
NZD
NZD REINZ House Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
6.1%
NZD REINZ House Price Index (YoY) (MAR)

03:00
CNY
CNY Money Supply M0 (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
17.0%
CNY Money Supply M0 (YoY) (MAR)

03:00
CNY
CNY Aggregate Financing CNY (MAR)
Yüksek
1500.0B
1353.2B
CNY Aggregate Financing CNY (MAR)

03:00
AUD
AUD CBAHIA House Affordability (4Q)
Düşük
96.2
AUD CBAHIA House Affordability (4Q)

04:30
AUD
AUD Credit Card Balances (FEB)
Düşük
$A51.1B
$A50.1B
AUD Credit Card Balances (FEB)

04:30
AUD
AUD Credit Card Purchases (FEB)
Düşük
$A22.1B
$A21.5B
AUD Credit Card Purchases (FEB)

05:00
CNY
CNY Trade Balance (MAR)
Normal
$3.08B
$40.20B
$60.62B
CNY Trade Balance (MAR)

05:00
CNY
CNY Exports (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
-15%
10.0%
48.3%
CNY Exports (YoY) (MAR)

05:00
CNY
CNY Imports (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
-12.7%
-10.0%
-20.5%
CNY Imports (YoY) (MAR)

10:00
CHF
CHF SNB Deposits
Düşük
CHF SNB Deposits

21:00
USD
USD Monthly Budget Statement (MAR)
Normal
-$52.9B
-$43.4B
-$36.9B
USD Monthly Budget Statement (MAR)

14 Nisan 2015 Salı
 
EUR
EUR German Wholesale Price Index (MoM) (MAR)
Düşük
0.5%
EUR German Wholesale Price Index (MoM) (MAR)
Measures changes in the prices paid by retailers for finished goods. Growth in wholesale prices usually precedes increases in retail prices, thus changes in Wholesale Prices can be used as an early indicator for inflation. While the CPI records price changes for retail goods, the WPI might pick up inflationary pressures before they reach the headline retail CPI report. The headline number is the percentage change in the index


 
EUR
EUR German Wholesale Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
-2.1%
EUR German Wholesale Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
Measures changes in the prices paid by retailers for finished goods. Growth in wholesale prices usually precedes increases in retail prices, thus changes in Wholesale Prices can be used as an early indicator for inflation. While the CPI records price changes for retail goods, the WPI might pick up inflationary pressures before they reach the headline retail CPI report. The headline number is the percentage change in the index


01:00
NZD
NZD NZIER Business Opinion Survey (1Q)
Düşük
23
24
NZD NZIER Business Opinion Survey (1Q)

01:01
NZD
NZD REINZ House Price Index (MoM) (MAR)
Düşük
6.7%
0.8%
NZD REINZ House Price Index (MoM) (MAR)

01:01
NZD
NZD REINZ House Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
9.5%
6.1%
NZD REINZ House Price Index (YoY) (MAR)

01:01
NZD
NZD REINZ House Sales (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
20.3%
12.6%
NZD REINZ House Sales (YoY) (MAR)

01:01
NZD
NZD REINZ Housing Price Index (MAR)
Düşük
4340.9
4069.7
NZD REINZ Housing Price Index (MAR)

02:01
GBP
GBP BRC Sales Like-For-Like (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
3.2%
0.5%
0.2%
GBP BRC Sales Like-For-Like (YoY) (MAR)

02:30
AUD
AUD ANZ Roy Morgan Weekly Consumer Confidence Index (APR 12)
Düşük
109.8
109.7
AUD ANZ Roy Morgan Weekly Consumer Confidence Index (APR 12)

03:00
CHF
CHF Real Estate Index Family Homes (1Q)
Normal
445.5
440.6
CHF Real Estate Index Family Homes (1Q)

03:00
USD
USD Fed's Kocherlakota Holds Open Forum in Winona, Minnesota
Düşük
USD Fed's Kocherlakota Holds Open Forum in Winona, Minnesota

03:00
AUD
AUD CBAHIA House Affordability (4Q)
Düşük
96.2
AUD CBAHIA House Affordability (4Q)

03:00
CNY
CNY Exports (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
10.0%
48.3%
CNY Exports (YoY) (MAR)

03:00
NZD
NZD REINZ Housing Price Index (MAR)
Düşük
4069.7
NZD REINZ Housing Price Index (MAR)

03:00
CNY
CNY Money Supply M1 (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
5.6%
CNY Money Supply M1 (YoY) (MAR)

03:00
NZD
NZD REINZ House Price Index (MoM) (MAR)
Düşük
0.8%
NZD REINZ House Price Index (MoM) (MAR)

03:00
CNY
CNY New Yuan Loans CNY (MAR)
Yüksek
1040.0B
1020.0B
CNY New Yuan Loans CNY (MAR)

03:00
CNY
CNY Foreign Reserves (MAR)
Düşük
$3820.0B
$3840.0B
CNY Foreign Reserves (MAR)

03:00
CNY
CNY Money Supply M0 (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
17.0%
CNY Money Supply M0 (YoY) (MAR)

03:30
AUD
AUD Westpac Consumer Conf Index (APR)
Düşük
96.2
99.5
AUD Westpac Consumer Conf Index (APR)

04:30
AUD
AUD NAB Business Conditions (MAR)
Düşük
6
2
AUD NAB Business Conditions (MAR)
AUD NAB Business Conditions

A survey of the current state of the business sector in Australia . Based on a survey of hundreds of small to large sized companies, the National Australia Bank delivers monthly and more comprehensive quarterly A219reports from statistical and antidotal data. This comprehensive survey primarily provides insight into the state of the Australian economy and puts forth leading indicators that signal its future direction. Thus the survey's findings, if unexpected, have the power to move markets directly. The National Australia Bank releases both a monthly and quarterly report. The quarterly is more comprehensive, surveying around 1000 small to large non-farm firms. The quarterly provides greater detail on the data as well as provides a short to mid-term outlook of Australia . Because of seasonal volatility and government protections the survey only excludes the farm sector.


04:30
AUD
AUD NAB Business Confidence (MAR)
Normal
3
0
AUD NAB Business Confidence (MAR)
A survey of the current state of the business sector in Australia . Based on a survey of hundreds of small to large sized companies, the National Australia Bank delivers monthly and more comprehensive quarterly reports from statistical and antidotal data. This comprehensive survey primarily provides insight into the state of the Australian economy and puts forth leading indicators that signal its future direction. Thus the survey's findings, if unexpected, have the power to move markets directly. The National Australia Bank releases both a monthly and quarterly report. The quarterly is more comprehensive, surveying around 1000 small to large non-farm firms. The quarterly provides greater detail on the data as well as provides a short to mid-term outlook of Australia . Because of seasonal volatility and government protections the survey only excludes the farm sector


04:30
AUD
AUD Credit Card Balances (FEB)
Düşük
$A51.1B
$A50.1B
AUD Credit Card Balances (FEB)

04:30
AUD
AUD Credit Card Purchases (FEB)
Düşük
$A22.1B
$A21.5B
AUD Credit Card Purchases (FEB)

05:00
CNY
CNY Trade Balance (MAR)
Normal
$3.08B
$40.20B
$60.62B
CNY Trade Balance (MAR)

05:00
CNY
CNY Exports (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
-15%
10.0%
48.3%
CNY Exports (YoY) (MAR)

05:00
CNY
CNY Imports (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
-12.7%
-10.0%
-20.5%
CNY Imports (YoY) (MAR)

09:00
EUR
EUR German Wholesale Price Index (MoM) (MAR)
Düşük
1.0%
0.5%
EUR German Wholesale Price Index (MoM) (MAR)
Measures changes in the prices paid by retailers for finished goods. Growth in wholesale prices usually precedes increases in retail prices, thus changes in Wholesale Prices can be used as an early indicator for inflation. While the CPI records price changes for retail goods, the WPI might pick up inflationary pressures before they reach the headline retail CPI report. The headline number is the percentage change in the index


09:00
EUR
EUR German Wholesale Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
-1.1%
-2.1%
EUR German Wholesale Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
Measures changes in the prices paid by retailers for finished goods. Growth in wholesale prices usually precedes increases in retail prices, thus changes in Wholesale Prices can be used as an early indicator for inflation. While the CPI records price changes for retail goods, the WPI might pick up inflationary pressures before they reach the headline retail CPI report. The headline number is the percentage change in the index


10:00
CHF
CHF SNB Deposits
Düşük
CHF SNB Deposits

11:00
EUR
EUR ECB Publishes Bank Lending Survey
Normal
EUR ECB Publishes Bank Lending Survey

11:03
CNY
CNY New Yuan Loans CNY (MAR)
Yüksek
1180.0B
1040.0B
1020.0B
CNY New Yuan Loans CNY (MAR)

11:06
CNY
CNY Aggregate Financing CNY (MAR)
Yüksek
1180.0B
1500.0B
1353.2B
CNY Aggregate Financing CNY (MAR)

11:06
CNY
CNY Foreign Reserves (MAR)
Düşük
$3730.0B
$3820.0B
$3843.0B
CNY Foreign Reserves (MAR)

11:06
CNY
CNY Money Supply M1 (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
2.9%
5.6%
5.6%
CNY Money Supply M1 (YoY) (MAR)

11:06
CNY
CNY Money Supply M2 (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
11.6%
12.4%
12.5%
CNY Money Supply M2 (YoY) (MAR)

11:06
CNY
CNY Money Supply M0 (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
6.2%
3.8%
17.0%
CNY Money Supply M0 (YoY) (MAR)

11:30
GBP
GBP Consumer Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
Yüksek
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
GBP Consumer Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
Measures the change in prices for retail goods and services, including food and gas. The CPI is the key measure of inflation for the UK and is used by the Bank of England in making interest rate decisions. The report tracks changes in the price of a basket of goods and services that a typical British household might purchase. An increase in the index indicates that it takes more Sterling to purchase this same set of basic consumer items


11:30
GBP
GBP Core Consumer Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
Yüksek
1.0%
1.2%
1.2%
GBP Core Consumer Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
Measures the change in prices for retail goods and services, including food and gas. The CPI is the key measure of inflation for the UK and is used by the Bank of England in making interest rate decisions. The report tracks changes in the price of a basket of goods and services that a typical British household might purchase. An increase in the index indicates that it takes more Sterling to purchase this same set of basic consumer items


11:30
GBP
GBP Retail Price Index (MAR)
Düşük
257.1
257.4
256.7
GBP Retail Price Index (MAR)
Retail Price Index measures changes in the prices of goods and services bought for household consumption in the UK. The RPI takes a large sample of retail goods including food, tobacco, household goods and services, transport fares, motoring costs, clothing, and leisure goods and services. An increase in the index means that prices have increased on average (inflation) while a decrease means that prices on the whole have fallen (deflation). Since early 1996 the UK has also tracked a similar CPI figure. Due to differences in how the figures are calculated, (RPI includes some housing and tax figures, excludes the top 4% of income earners, among other characteristics), PRI will tend to over state price changes compared to CPI. Generally though RPI and CPI give the same picture of inflation. Since late 2003 the UK government has preferred to set inflation targets on CPI instead of the Retail Price Index, decreasing RPI's impact on the market. The headline figure is the percentage change in the index from the previous quarter and previous year. RPI data is also used for indexation of state benefits and pensions


11:30
GBP
GBP Consumer Price Index (MoM) (MAR)
Normal
0.2%
0.2%
0.3%
GBP Consumer Price Index (MoM) (MAR)
Measures the change in prices for retail goods and services, including food and gas. The CPI is the key measure of inflation for the UK and is used by the Bank of England in making interest rate decisions. The report tracks changes in the price of a basket of goods and services that a typical British household might purchase. An increase in the index indicates that it takes more Sterling to purchase this same set of basic consumer items


11:30
GBP
GBP Retail Price Index (MoM) (MAR)
Düşük
0.2%
0.3%
0.5%
GBP Retail Price Index (MoM) (MAR)
Retail Price Index measures changes in the prices of goods and services bought for household consumption in the UK. The RPI takes a large sample of retail goods including food, tobacco, household goods and services, transport fares, motoring costs, clothing, and leisure goods and services. An increase in the index means that prices have increased on average (inflation) while a decrease means that prices on the whole have fallen (deflation). Since early 1996 the UK has also tracked a similar CPI figure. Due to differences in how the figures are calculated, (RPI includes some housing and tax figures, excludes the top 4% of income earners, among other characteristics), PRI will tend to over state price changes compared to CPI. Generally though RPI and CPI give the same picture of inflation. Since late 2003 the UK government has preferred to set inflation targets on CPI instead of the Retail Price Index, decreasing RPI's impact on the market. The headline figure is the percentage change in the index from the previous quarter and previous year. RPI data is also used for indexation of state benefits and pensions


11:30
GBP
GBP Retail Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
0.9%
1.0%
1.0%
GBP Retail Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
Retail Price Index measures changes in the prices of goods and services bought for household consumption in the UK. The RPI takes a large sample of retail goods including food, tobacco, household goods and services, transport fares, motoring costs, clothing, and leisure goods and services. An increase in the index means that prices have increased on average (inflation) while a decrease means that prices on the whole have fallen (deflation). Since early 1996 the UK has also tracked a similar CPI figure. Due to differences in how the figures are calculated, (RPI includes some housing and tax figures, excludes the top 4% of income earners, among other characteristics), PRI will tend to over state price changes compared to CPI. Generally though RPI and CPI give the same picture of inflation. Since late 2003 the UK government has preferred to set inflation targets on CPI instead of the Retail Price Index, decreasing RPI's impact on the market. The headline figure is the percentage change in the index from the previous quarter and previous year. RPI data is also used for indexation of state benefits and pensions


11:30
GBP
GBP Retail Price Index Ex Mort Int.Payments (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
0.9%
1.0%
1.0%
GBP Retail Price Index Ex Mort Int.Payments (YoY) (MAR)
Retail Price Index measures changes in the prices of goods and services bought for household consumption in the UK. The RPI takes a large sample of retail goods including food, tobacco, household goods and services, transport fares, motoring costs, clothing, and leisure goods and services. An increase in the index means that prices have increased on average (inflation) while a decrease means that prices on the whole have fallen (deflation). Since early 1996 the UK has also tracked a similar CPI figure. Due to differences in how the figures are calculated, (RPI includes some housing and tax figures, excludes the top 4% of income earners, among other characteristics), PRI will tend to over state price changes compared to CPI. Generally though RPI and CPI give the same picture of inflation. Since late 2003 the UK government has preferred to set inflation targets on CPI instead of the Retail Price Index, decreasing RPI's impact on the market. The headline figure is the percentage change in the index from the previous quarter and previous year. RPI data is also used for indexation of state benefits and pensions


11:30
GBP
GBP Producer Price Index Input n.s.a. (MoM) (MAR)
Düşük
0.3%
-0.4%
0.1%
GBP Producer Price Index Input n.s.a. (MoM) (MAR)
A monthly survey that measures change in input prices as incurred by UK manufacturers. Input prices include the cost of materials used plus operation costs of running the business. The index can be used as a measure of inflation, given that higher input costs will likely be passed on from producers to consumers in the form of higher retail prices. Th e figure is also calculated as Core Input PPI, which excludes volatile inputs such as food and energy that may distort the data. As such, the core figure is a more appropriate measure of inflation. The headline is the percentage change in the Producer Price Index (Input) from the previous quarter and previous year


11:30
GBP
GBP Producer Price Index Output n.s.a. (MoM) (MAR)
Düşük
0.2%
0.1%
0.2%
GBP Producer Price Index Output n.s.a. (MoM) (MAR)
A monthly survey that measures the price changes of goods produced by UK manufacturers. The figure is also known as "Factory Gate Price" because it usually matches the price of goods when they first leave the factory. Increased prices in manufacturing typically lead to higher retail prices for consumers. However, it is also likely that higher output prices are caused by manufacturers charging a higher premium due to higher demand for their goods. Consequently, market trends in consumption should be considered with Output PPI to avoid data misinterpretation. There is also a Core Output PPI, which excludes volatile items such as food and energy. The Core PPI is generally a better measure of inflation because it excludes those items whose short-term price fluctuations can distort inflationary data. The headline is the percentage change in the Producer Price Index (Output) from the previous quarter and previous year


11:30
GBP
GBP DCLG UK House Prices (YoY) (FEB)
Düşük
7.2%
8.4%
GBP DCLG UK House Prices (YoY) (FEB)

11:30
GBP
GBP Producer Price Index Input n.s.a. (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
-13.0%
-13.5%
-13.5%
GBP Producer Price Index Input n.s.a. (YoY) (MAR)
A monthly survey that measures change in input prices as incurred by UK manufacturers. Input prices include the cost of materials used plus operation costs of running the business. The index can be used as a measure of inflation, given that higher input costs will likely be passed on from producers to consumers in the form of higher retail prices. Th e figure is also calculated as Core Input PPI, which excludes volatile inputs such as food and energy that may distort the data. As such, the core figure is a more appropriate measure of inflation. The headline is the percentage change in the Producer Price Index (Input) from the previous quarter and previous year


11:30
GBP
GBP Producer Price Index Output Core n.s.a. (MoM) (MAR)
Düşük
0.0%
0.1%
0.0%
GBP Producer Price Index Output Core n.s.a. (MoM) (MAR)
A monthly survey that measures the price changes of goods produced by UK manufacturers. The figure is also known as "Factory Gate Price" because it usually matches the price of goods when they first leave the factory. Increased prices in manufacturing typically lead to higher retail prices for consumers. However, it is also likely that higher output prices are caused by manufacturers charging a higher premium due to higher demand for their goods. Consequently, market trends in consumption should be considered with Output PPI to avoid data misinterpretation. There is also a Core Output PPI, which excludes volatile items such as food and energy. The Core PPI is generally a better measure of inflation because it excludes those items whose short-term price fluctuations can distort inflationary data. The headline is the percentage change in the Producer Price Index (Output) from the previous quarter and previous year


11:30
GBP
GBP Producer Price Index Output n.s.a. (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
-1.7%
-1.8%
-1.7%
GBP Producer Price Index Output n.s.a. (YoY) (MAR)
A monthly survey that measures the price changes of goods produced by UK manufacturers. The figure is also known as "Factory Gate Price" because it usually matches the price of goods when they first leave the factory. Increased prices in manufacturing typically lead to higher retail prices for consumers. However, it is also likely that higher output prices are caused by manufacturers charging a higher premium due to higher demand for their goods. Consequently, market trends in consumption should be considered with Output PPI to avoid data misinterpretation. There is also a Core Output PPI, which excludes volatile items such as food and energy. The Core PPI is generally a better measure of inflation because it excludes those items whose short-term price fluctuations can distort inflationary data. The headline is the percentage change in the Producer Price Index (Output) from the previous quarter and previous year


11:30
GBP
GBP Producer Price Index Output Core n.s.a. (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
0.1%
0.1%
0.3%
GBP Producer Price Index Output Core n.s.a. (YoY) (MAR)
A monthly survey that measures the price changes of goods produced by UK manufacturers. The figure is also known as "Factory Gate Price" because it usually matches the price of goods when they first leave the factory. Increased prices in manufacturing typically lead to higher retail prices for consumers. However, it is also likely that higher output prices are caused by manufacturers charging a higher premium due to higher demand for their goods. Consequently, market trends in consumption should be considered with Output PPI to avoid data misinterpretation. There is also a Core Output PPI, which excludes volatile items such as food and energy. The Core PPI is generally a better measure of inflation because it excludes those items whose short-term price fluctuations can distort inflationary data. The headline is the percentage change in the Producer Price Index (Output) from the previous quarter and previous year


12:00
EUR
EUR Euro-Zone Industrial Production s.a. (MoM) (FEB)
Düşük
1.1%
0.4%
-0.3%
EUR Euro-Zone Industrial Production s.a. (MoM) (FEB)
Measures the volume change of output of the manufacturing and energy sector. The industrial sector contributes to only a quarter of the Euro-zone GDP. However, most variations in GDP come from the industrial sector, whereas other sectors that contribute far more to national output historically have been very consistent regardless of economic cycles. That is why tracking industrial production is very important for forecasting GDP changes. Note: The Industrial Production figure can be adjusted for the number of working days in the given time period and/or seasonally to account for weather related changes in production


12:00
EUR
EUR Euro-Zone Industrial Production w.d.a. (YoY) (FEB)
Normal
1.6%
0.8%
0.4%
EUR Euro-Zone Industrial Production w.d.a. (YoY) (FEB)
Measures the volume change of output of the manufacturing and energy sector. The industrial sector contributes to only a quarter of the Euro-zone GDP. However, most variations in GDP come from the industrial sector, whereas other sectors that contribute far more to national output historically have been very consistent regardless of economic cycles. That is why tracking industrial production is very important for forecasting GDP changes. Note: The Industrial Production figure can be adjusted for the number of working days in the given time period and/or seasonally to account for weather related changes in production


12:18
CHF
CHF Real Estate Index Family Homes (1Q)
Normal
445.5
440.6
CHF Real Estate Index Family Homes (1Q)

15:00
USD
USD Fed's Kocherlakota Holds Open Forum in Minnesota
Düşük
USD Fed's Kocherlakota Holds Open Forum in Minnesota

15:30
USD
USD Retail Sales Ex Auto and Gas (MAR)
Düşük
0.5%
0.6%
-0.3%
USD Retail Sales Ex Auto and Gas (MAR)

15:30
USD
USD Retail Sales Control Group (MAR)
Normal
0.3%
0.5%
-0.2%
USD Retail Sales Control Group (MAR)

15:30
CAD
CAD Teranet/National Bank HPI (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
4.7%
4.4%
CAD Teranet/National Bank HPI (YoY) (MAR)

15:30
CAD
CAD Teranet/National Bank HP Index (MAR)
Düşük
168.01
167.52
CAD Teranet/National Bank HP Index (MAR)

15:30
USD
USD PPI Final Demand (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
-0.8%
-0.9%
-0.6%
USD PPI Final Demand (YoY) (MAR)

15:30
USD
USD Retail Sales Less Autos (MAR)
Normal
0.4%
0.7%
-0.1%
USD Retail Sales Less Autos (MAR)
USD Retail Sales Less Autos

Monthly measure of sales of goods to consumers at retail outlets. The figure is a significant market mover, valuable both for its timeliness and insight into consumer demand and consumer confidence. Consumer spending is vital to the US economy, accounting for more than two-thirds of all economic activity. Given that retail sales make up a hefty one third of such spending, the Advanced Retail Sales figure acts as a measure of consumer demand before GDP is released. The figure has its limits, though. For instance, the timely release of the report comes at the cost of volatility in the figures and significant monthly revisions. It is not unusual for the figure to come out positive one month, only to be subsequently revised as negative. Retail Sales can also be volatile due to seasonality. Additionally, the report has been criticized for excluding service sector sales and failing to adjust for inflation. Despite these drawbacks, the figure still moves the market on release, mainly because of the importance of consumer spending to the US economy. The Retail Sales figure is calculated as the total receipts of retail sales in nominal dollars based on a sample of stores throughout the month - returns, taxes and finance charges are excluded. It appears in the headlines as the annualize percentage change from the previous month.


15:30
CAD
CAD Teranet/National Bank HPI (MoM) (MAR)
Düşük
0.3%
0.1%
CAD Teranet/National Bank HPI (MoM) (MAR)

15:30
USD
USD PPI Ex Food and Energy (MoM) (MAR)
Düşük
0.2%
0.1%
-0.5%
USD PPI Ex Food and Energy (MoM) (MAR)

15:30
USD
USD PPI Ex Food, Energy, Trade (MoM) (MAR)
Düşük
0.1%
0.2%
0.0%
USD PPI Ex Food, Energy, Trade (MoM) (MAR)

15:30
USD
USD PPI Ex Food and Energy (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
0.9%
0.9%
1.0%
USD PPI Ex Food and Energy (YoY) (MAR)

15:30
USD
USD Advance Retail Sales (MAR)
Yüksek
0.9%
1.1%
-0.5%
USD Advance Retail Sales (MAR)
USD Advance Retail Sales

Monthly measure of sales of goods to consumers at retail outlets. The figure is a significant market mover, valuable both for its timeliness and insight into consumer demand and consumer confidence. Consumer spending is vital to the US economy, accounting for more than two-thirds of all economic activity. Given that retail sales make up a hefty one third of such spending, the Advanced Retail Sales figure acts as a measure of consumer demand before GDP is released. The figure has its limits, though. For instance, the timely release of the report comes at the cost of volatility in the figures and significant monthly revisions. It is not unusual for the figure to come out positive one month, only to be subsequently revised as negative. Retail Sales can also be volatile due to seasonality. Additionally, the report has been criticized for excluding service sector sales and failing to adjust for inflation. Despite these drawbacks, the figure still moves the market on release, mainly because of the importance of consumer spending to the US economy. The Retail Sales figure is calculated as the total receipts of retail sales in nominal dollars based on a sample of stores throughout the month - returns, taxes and finance charges are excluded. It appears in the headlines as the annualize percentage change from the previous month.


15:30
USD
USD PPI Ex Food, Energy, Trade (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
0.8%
0.8%
0.7%
USD PPI Ex Food, Energy, Trade (YoY) (MAR)

15:30
USD
USD PPI Final Demand (MoM) (MAR)
Düşük
0.2%
0.2%
-0.5%
USD PPI Final Demand (MoM) (MAR)

16:00
USD
USD NFIB Small Business Optimism (MAR)
Düşük
95.2
98.2
98.0
USD NFIB Small Business Optimism (MAR)

17:00
USD
USD Business Inventories (FEB)
Normal
0.3%
0.2%
0.0%
USD Business Inventories (FEB)
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.


21:00
USD
USD Monthly Budget Statement (MAR)
Normal
-$52.9B
-$43.4B
-$36.9B
USD Monthly Budget Statement (MAR)

15 Nisan 2015 Çarşamba
01:00
NZD
NZD NZIER Business Opinion Survey (1Q)
Düşük
23
24
NZD NZIER Business Opinion Survey (1Q)

01:01
NZD
NZD REINZ House Price Index (MoM) (MAR)
Düşük
6.7%
0.8%
NZD REINZ House Price Index (MoM) (MAR)

01:01
NZD
NZD REINZ House Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
9.5%
6.1%
NZD REINZ House Price Index (YoY) (MAR)

01:01
NZD
NZD REINZ House Sales (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
20.3%
12.6%
NZD REINZ House Sales (YoY) (MAR)

01:45
NZD
NZD Food Prices (MoM) (MAR)
Düşük
0.1%
-0.7%
NZD Food Prices (MoM) (MAR)
NZD Food Prices (MoM)

Measures the price change of food and food services purchased by households. Higher food prices can result in economic slowdown because less disposable income will be used for non-food expenditures. Higher food prices can also result in inflation and signal future monetary action.


02:01
GBP
GBP BRC Sales Like-For-Like (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
0.5%
0.2%
GBP BRC Sales Like-For-Like (YoY) (MAR)

02:30
AUD
AUD ANZ Roy Morgan Weekly Consumer Confidence Index (APR 12)
Düşük
109.7
AUD ANZ Roy Morgan Weekly Consumer Confidence Index (APR 12)

03:00
CHF
CHF Real Estate Index Family Homes (1Q)
Normal
440.6
CHF Real Estate Index Family Homes (1Q)

03:00
CNY
CNY Imports (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
-10.0%
-20.5%
CNY Imports (YoY) (MAR)

03:00
CNY
CNY Exports (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
10.0%
48.3%
CNY Exports (YoY) (MAR)

03:00
CNY
CNY Foreign Direct Investment (YoY) (MAR)
Normal
CNY Foreign Direct Investment (YoY) (MAR)

03:00
CNY
CNY Foreign Reserves (MAR)
Düşük
$3820.0B
$3843.0B
CNY Foreign Reserves (MAR)

03:00
CNY
CNY Money Supply M1 (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
5.6%
CNY Money Supply M1 (YoY) (MAR)

03:00
CNY
CNY Aggregate Financing CNY (MAR)
Yüksek
1500.0B
1350.0B
CNY Aggregate Financing CNY (MAR)

03:00
NZD
NZD REINZ House Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
6.1%
NZD REINZ House Price Index (YoY) (MAR)

03:00
CNY
CNY Money Supply M2 (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
12.5%
CNY Money Supply M2 (YoY) (MAR)

03:30
NZD
NZD RBNZ Deputy Spencer Speaks in Rotorua
Düşük
NZD RBNZ Deputy Spencer Speaks in Rotorua

03:30
AUD
AUD Westpac Consumer Confidence (APR)
Düşük
-3.2%
-1.2%
AUD Westpac Consumer Confidence (APR)
Officially called the Consumer Sentiment Index, this figure measures the level of consumer confidence and is an average of five indexes measuring different aspects of consumer fiscal health. This is one of the few indicators that are entirely expectation based. Households report their views on current buying conditions for household items and where they feel are the "wisest" places to invest savings. Views on future political policy (taxes, politicians, government) and economic conditions (wages, inflation, unemployment) are also surveyed. Confidence figures are often leading indicators for the consumer spending and the economy as a whole. The headline figure is percentage change in the index value from that of the previous month


04:00
AUD
AUD Consumer Inflation Expectation (APR)
Yüksek
3.4%
3.2%
AUD Consumer Inflation Expectation (APR)

04:00
AUD
AUD ANZ Consumer Confidence (MoM) (APR)
Düşük
0.5%
AUD ANZ Consumer Confidence (MoM) (APR)

04:00
AUD
AUD ANZ Consumer Confidence Index (APR)
Düşük
124.6
AUD ANZ Consumer Confidence Index (APR)

04:30
CNY
CNY Consumer Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
Yüksek
1.4%
1.3%
1.4%
CNY Consumer Price Index (YoY) (MAR)

05:00
CNY
CNY Retail Sales (YoY) (MAR)
Normal
10.2%
10.9%
11.9%
CNY Retail Sales (YoY) (MAR)

05:00
CNY
CNY Retail Sales YTD (YoY) (MAR)
Normal
10.6%
10.8%
10.7%
CNY Retail Sales YTD (YoY) (MAR)

05:00
CNY
CNY Industrial Production (YoY) (MAR)
Normal
5.6%
7.0%
7.9%
CNY Industrial Production (YoY) (MAR)

05:00
CNY
CNY Industrial Production YTD (YoY) (MAR)
Normal
6.4%
6.9%
6.8%
CNY Industrial Production YTD (YoY) (MAR)

05:00
CNY
CNY Fixed Assets Ex Rural YTD (YoY) (MAR)
Normal
13.5%
13.9%
13.9%
CNY Fixed Assets Ex Rural YTD (YoY) (MAR)

05:00
CNY
CNY GDP (YoY) (1Q)
Yüksek
7%
7.0%
7.3%
CNY GDP (YoY) (1Q)

05:00
CNY
CNY GDP s.a. (QoQ) (1Q)
Normal
1.3%
1.4%
1.5%
CNY GDP s.a. (QoQ) (1Q)

05:00
CNY
CNY GDP YTD (YoY) (1Q)
Yüksek
7.0%
7.0%
7.4%
CNY GDP YTD (YoY) (1Q)

07:30
JPY
JPY Industrial Production (MoM) (FEB F)
Düşük
-3.1%
-3.4%
JPY Industrial Production (MoM) (FEB F)
JPY Industrial Production (MoM)

The volume of items produced in Japan 's mining and manufacturing industries. All products, whether sold domestically or abroad, are included in the calculation of industrial production. Industrial production is highly sensitive to the business cycle and can often predict future changes in employment, earnings, and personal income. For these reasons industrial production is considered a reliable leading indicator that conveys information about the overall health of the Japanese economy.


07:30
JPY
JPY Industrial Production (YoY) (FEB F)
Düşük
-2.0%
-2.6%
JPY Industrial Production (YoY) (FEB F)
JPY Industrial Production (MoM)

The volume of items produced in Japan 's mining and manufacturing industries. All products, whether sold domestically or abroad, are included in the calculation of industrial production. Industrial production is highly sensitive to the business cycle and can often predict future changes in employment, earnings, and personal income. For these reasons industrial production is considered a reliable leading indicator that conveys information about the overall health of the Japanese economy.


07:30
JPY
JPY Capacity Utilization (MoM) (FEB)
Düşük
-3.2%
3.6%
JPY Capacity Utilization (MoM) (FEB)
JPY Capacity Utilization (MoM)

Capacity utilization measures the extent to which Japanese manufacturing companies make use of their installed productive capacity (factories and machinery). Capacity utilization reflects overall growth and demand in the economy. High capacity utilization usually exerts inflationary pressures as scarce resources are in high demand. However, it may also lead to new capital investments, such as new plants, that promote growth in the future. As a technical note, capacity utilization is referred to as Operating Ratio by the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, and indexed to the year 2000 with a base value of 100. The headline figure is the percentage change in the index from the previous month or previous year.


09:00
EUR
EUR German Consumer Price Index (MoM) (MAR F)
Düşük
0.5%
0.5%
0.5%
EUR German Consumer Price Index (MoM) (MAR F)
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 Germany , 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 German household might purchase. An increase in the index indicates that it takes more Euros to purchase this same set of basic consumer items. The German CPI is significant as one of the primary gauges of inflation. As the largest Euro-zone economy, inflation in Germany will contribute significantly to inflation in the Euro-zone and the behavior of the European Central Bank. High or rising inflation acts as a signal to the ECB to raise interest rates, an action which will result in the strengthening of the Euro. The headline figure for CPI is the percentage change in monthly and annualized percentage term


09:00
EUR
EUR German Consumer Price Index (YoY) (MAR F)
Normal
0.3%
0.3%
0.3%
EUR German Consumer Price Index (YoY) (MAR F)
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 Germany , 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 German household might purchase. An increase in the index indicates that it takes more Euros to purchase this same set of basic consumer items. The German CPI is significant as one of the primary gauges of inflation. As the largest Euro-zone economy, inflation in Germany will contribute significantly to inflation in the Euro-zone and the behavior of the European Central Bank. High or rising inflation acts as a signal to the ECB to raise interest rates, an action which will result in the strengthening of the Euro. The headline figure for CPI is the percentage change in monthly and annualized percentage term


09:00
EUR
EUR German Consumer Price Index - EU Harmonised (MoM) (MAR F)
Düşük
0.5%
0.5%
0.5%
EUR German Consumer Price Index - EU Harmonised (MoM) (MAR F)
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 Germany , 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 German household might purchase. An increase in the index indicates that it takes more Euros to purchase this same set of basic consumer items. The German CPI is significant as one of the primary gauges of inflation. As the largest Euro-zone economy, inflation in Germany will contribute significantly to inflation in the Euro-zone and the behavior of the European Central Bank. High or rising inflation acts as a signal to the ECB to raise interest rates, an action which will result in the strengthening of the Euro. The headline figure for CPI is the percentage change in monthly and annualized percentage term


09:00
EUR
EUR German Consumer Price Index - EU Harmonised (YoY) (MAR F)
Normal
0.1%
0.1%
0.1%
EUR German Consumer Price Index - EU Harmonised (YoY) (MAR F)
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 Germany , 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 German household might purchase. An increase in the index indicates that it takes more Euros to purchase this same set of basic consumer items. The German CPI is significant as one of the primary gauges of inflation. As the largest Euro-zone economy, inflation in Germany will contribute significantly to inflation in the Euro-zone and the behavior of the European Central Bank. High or rising inflation acts as a signal to the ECB to raise interest rates, an action which will result in the strengthening of the Euro. The headline figure for CPI is the percentage change in monthly and annualized percentage term


09:15
JPY
JPY BOJ Kuroda speaks at Trust Banks' association
Normal
JPY BOJ Kuroda speaks at Trust Banks' association

12:00
EUR
EUR Euro-Zone Trade Balance (euros) (FEB)
Düşük
7.9B
EUR Euro-Zone Trade Balance (euros) (FEB)
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


12:00
EUR
EUR Euro-Zone Trade Balance s.a. (euros) (FEB)
Düşük
22.0B
22.0B
21.2B
EUR Euro-Zone Trade Balance s.a. (euros) (FEB)
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


12:00
EUR
EUR Euro-Zone Trade Balance n.s.a (euros) (FEB)
Düşük
20.3B
21.0B
7.9B
EUR Euro-Zone Trade Balance n.s.a (euros) (FEB)

14:00
USD
USD MBA Mortgage Applications (APR 10)
Normal
-2.3%
0.4%
USD MBA Mortgage Applications (APR 10)
USD MBA Mortgage Applications

Gauges demand for mortgage application in the US . Tracking new home mortgages and refinances, MBA Mortgage Applications Survey serves at a current indicator for the US housing market. Growth in mortgages suggests a healthy housing market. Due to the multiplier effect housing has on the rest of the economy, rising activity suggests increased household income and economic expansion. The headline figure is the weekly percentage change in the MBA Mortgage Applications figure. Among the various indices measured in the survey, the purchase index and refinancing index most accurately reflect where the housing market is headed. The purchasing index measures the change in existing home sales in all mortgage applications, while the refinance index measures the mortgage refinancing activity in all mortgage applications.


14:45
EUR
EUR ECB Deposit Facility Rate (APR 15)
Normal
-0.20%
-0.20%
-0.20%
EUR ECB Deposit Facility Rate (APR 15)

14:45
EUR
EUR ECB Marginal Lending Facility (APR 15)
Normal
0.30%
0.30%
0.30%
EUR ECB Marginal Lending Facility (APR 15)

14:45
EUR
EUR European Central Bank Rate Decision (APR 15)
Yüksek
0.05%
0.05%
0.05%
EUR European Central Bank Rate Decision (APR 15)
The European Central Bank's decision to increase, decrease, or maintain interest rates. Controlling interest rates is the key mechanism of monetary policy, and the ECB influences interest rates by first changing the "overnight rate" through the purchase or sale of government bonds. Lowering rates can spur economic growth but may incite inflationary pressures. On the other hand, increasing rates slows inflation but can stymie growth. The European Central Bank makes a concerted effort to be transparent in its policy. Frequent speeches by Bank Governers make policy goals clear and the Bank adheres to a stated inflation target of 2 percent, changing rates accordingly to meet that goal. Because of this, rate decisions are generally well anticipated, but very important nonetheless. The ECB's rate decision has an enormous influence on financial markets. Because the ECB interest rate is essentially the return investors receive while holding Euros, changes in rates affect the exchange rate of the Euro. Because rate changes are usually well anticipated, the actual decision does not tend to impact the market. But if the ECB changes rates they will hold a press conference where some rationale for the decision is offered. Market participants pay close attention to the press conference, hoping to clue in on the likelihood of further rate changes. Often, the language used in the press conference holds important signals to how ECB feels about inflation and the economy. The ECB President's language will be "hawish" if he is pessimistic about the inflation outlook for the economy. In that case, the market sees a higher chance of future rate hike. Conversely, if the ECB President believes inflation is in check, his remarks will be "dovish," and the market perceives a future rate increase to be unlikely


15:30
USD
USD Empire Manufacturing (APR)
Düşük
-1.19
7.17
6.90
USD Empire Manufacturing (APR)
Survey assessing business conditions and expectations of manufacturing executives in New York . Though the survey is relatively new and New York has a considerably small number of manufacturers, the report has shown a promising correlation to the Philadelphia Fed Index and the market moving ISM Manufacturing Survey. Thus Empire serves as a useful earlier indicator of overall manufacturing in the US . Results are calculated as the difference between percentage of positive and negative scores; zero acts as the breakeven point. A high figure is bullish for the dollar, indicating positive business sentiment conducive to growth in production. A low or negative number signals poor business conditions


15:30
EUR
EUR ECB to Hold Press Conference after Rate Decision
Yüksek
EUR ECB to Hold Press Conference after Rate Decision

15:30
CAD
CAD Manufacturing Shipments (MoM) (FEB)
Düşük
-1.7%
CAD Manufacturing Shipments (MoM) (FEB)

15:30
CAD
CAD Manufacturing Sales (MoM) (FEB)
Düşük
-1.7%
0.1%
-3.0%
CAD Manufacturing Sales (MoM) (FEB)

15:45
USD
USD World Economic Leaders Meet in Washington
Normal
USD World Economic Leaders Meet in Washington

16:00
CAD
CAD Existing Home Sales (MoM) (MAR)
Normal
4.1%
1.0%
CAD Existing Home Sales (MoM) (MAR)

16:00
USD
USD Fed's Bullard Speaks on Financial Regulation in Washington
Düşük
USD Fed's Bullard Speaks on Financial Regulation in Washington

16:15
USD
USD Manufacturing (SIC) Production (MAR)
Normal
0.1%
0.1%
-0.2%
USD Manufacturing (SIC) Production (MAR)

16:15
USD
USD Industrial Production (MAR)
Normal
-0.6%
-0.3%
0.1%
USD Industrial Production (MAR)
Measures changes in the volume of output produced by the manufacturing, mining, and utility sectors. Because industrial production is a measure of output volume rather than dollar value, the figure is not distorted by inflation and is considered a more "pure" indicator for US industry. Though industrial production only accounts for a relatively small portion of GDP, it accounts for most of the volatility in GDP and is considered highly sensitive to changes in interest rate and consumer demand. Therefore understanding trends in this figure are important to forecasting GDP. High or rising Industrial Production figures suggest increased production and economic expansion. However, uncontrolled levels of production and consumption can spark inflation. The figure varies significantly month to month due to the fact that seasonal and weather-related factors often alter factory production and utility demand. Because of this volatility, the report has limited market impact. The figure is calculated as a weighted aggregate of goods and reported in headlines as a percent change from previous months


16:15
USD
USD Capacity Utilization (MAR)
Düşük
78.4%
78.6%
79.0%
USD Capacity Utilization (MAR)
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


17:00
USD
USD NAHB Housing Market Index (APR)
Normal
56
55
52
USD NAHB Housing Market Index (APR)
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.


17:00
CAD
CAD Bank of Canada Releases Monetary Policy Report
Yüksek
CAD Bank of Canada Releases Monetary Policy Report

17:00
CAD
CAD Bank of Canada Rate Decision (APR 15)
Yüksek
0.75%
0.75%
0.75%
CAD Bank of Canada Rate Decision (APR 15)
The decision to increase, decrease, or maintain the bank set interest rate. A decision to lower rates can spur economic growth while inciting inflationary pressures, whereas rate increases tend to slow down inflation but stymie growth. The Bank of Canada has an inflation target of one to three percent and they change interest rates accordingly to meet that goal. The Bank of Canada's rate decision has significant influence on financial markets. Changes in rates have a direct impact on interest rates for consumer loans, mortgages, and bond rates. The BOC issues a statement with every rate announcement. Because the decision itself is usually highly anticipated, the wording of the BOC statement is usually as important if not even more important than the actual interest rate move made by the central bank. The statement contains the Bank's collective outlook on the economy as well as hints about future monetary policy while the change to interest rates is nothing more than a number. The statement provides clues on plans for the future. When it comes to interest rates, the future direction of rates is usually far more important than its current rat


17:30
USD
USD DOE U.S. Crude Oil Inventories (APR 10)
Düşük
1294K
3600K
10949K
USD DOE U.S. Crude Oil Inventories (APR 10)

17:30
USD
USD DOE Cushing OK Crude Inventory (APR 10)
Düşük
1287K
1000K
1232K
USD DOE Cushing OK Crude Inventory (APR 10)

17:30
USD
USD DOE U.S. Gasoline Inventories (APR 10)
Düşük
-2072K
-750K
817K
USD DOE U.S. Gasoline Inventories (APR 10)

17:30
USD
USD DOE U.S. Distillate Inventory (APR 10)
Düşük
2017K
700K
-250K
USD DOE U.S. Distillate Inventory (APR 10)

17:40
USD
USD Fed Vice Chair Fischer Moderates IMF Panel in Washington
Düşük
USD Fed Vice Chair Fischer Moderates IMF Panel in Washington

21:00
USD
USD U.S. Federal Reserve Releases Beige Book
Normal
USD U.S. Federal Reserve Releases Beige Book

23:00
USD
USD Net Long-term TIC Flows (FEB)
Normal
-$9.8B
-$27.4B
USD Net Long-term TIC Flows (FEB)
Summarizes the flow of stocks, bonds, and money market funds to and from the United States . The headline figure is the difference in value between American purchases of foreign securities and foreign purchases of American securities, expressed in millions of dollars. The Treasury International Capital or TIC statement is a major component of the American capital account and gives valuable insight into foreign demand for American investments and dollar. A positive figure indicates that more capital is entering the US than leaving as sales of American securities to foreigners exceed American purchases of foreign securities. Such positive figures suggest that American security markets are competitive with those of other countries. Foreign security purchases are especially important in the case of a trade deficit, as a positive figure can offset the depreciating effect of a trade shortfall. On the contrary, a negative or declining TICS figure reflects a declining capital flow picture. Outflows are indicative of weaker demand for US assets which puts downward pressure on the value of the dollar. A key feature of the TIC data is its measurement of the types of investors the dollar has; governments and private investors. Usually, a strong government holding of dollar denominated assets signals growing dollar optimism as it shows that governments are confident in the stability of the U.S. dollar. Most importantly seems to be the purchases of Asian central banks such as that of Japan and China. Waning demand by these two behemoth US Treasury holders could be bearish for the US dollar. As for absolute amount of foreign purchases, the market generally likes to see purchases be much stronger than the funding needs of that same month's trade deficit. If it is not, it signals that there is not enough dollars coming in to match dollar going out of the country. As a side note, purchases by Caribbean central banks are generally seen to be less consistent since most hedge funds are incorporated in the Caribbean. Hedge funds generally have a much shorter attention span than other investors


23:00
USD
USD Total Net TIC Flows (FEB)
Düşük
$4.1B
$51.0B
USD Total Net TIC Flows (FEB)
Summarizes the flow of stocks, bonds, and money market funds to and from the United States . The headline figure is the difference in value between American purchases of foreign securities and foreign purchases of American securities, expressed in millions of dollars. The Treasury International Capital or TIC statement is a major component of the American capital account and gives valuable insight into foreign demand for American investments and dollar. A positive figure indicates that more capital is entering the US than leaving as sales of American securities to foreigners exceed American purchases of foreign securities. Such positive figures suggest that American security markets are competitive with those of other countries. Foreign security purchases are especially important in the case of a trade deficit, as a positive figure can offset the depreciating effect of a trade shortfall. On the contrary, a negative or declining TICS figure reflects a declining capital flow picture. Outflows are indicative of weaker demand for US assets which puts downward pressure on the value of the dollar. A key feature of the TIC data is its measurement of the types of investors the dollar has; governments and private investors. Usually, a strong government holding of dollar denominated assets signals growing dollar optimism as it shows that governments are confident in the stability of the U.S. dollar. Most importantly seems to be the purchases of Asian central banks such as that of Japan and China. Waning demand by these two behemoth US Treasury holders could be bearish for the US dollar. As for absolute amount of foreign purchases, the market generally likes to see purchases be much stronger than the funding needs of that same month's trade deficit. If it is not, it signals that there is not enough dollars coming in to match dollar going out of the country. As a side note, purchases by Caribbean central banks are generally seen to be less consistent since most hedge funds are incorporated in the Caribbean. Hedge funds generally have a much shorter attention span than other investors


16 Nisan 2015 Perşembe
01:00
NZD
NZD ANZ Job Advertisements (MoM) (MAR)
Düşük
-0.8%
0.7%
NZD ANZ Job Advertisements (MoM) (MAR)

01:15
USD
USD Fed's Potter Speaks at Money Marketeers Meeting in New York
Düşük
USD Fed's Potter Speaks at Money Marketeers Meeting in New York

01:30
NZD
NZD Business NZ Performance of Manufacturing Index (MAR)
Normal
54.5
56.1
NZD Business NZ Performance of Manufacturing Index (MAR)
NZD Business NZ Performance of Manufacturing Index

A measure of business sentiment for the New Zealand Manufacturing sector. The PMI is constructed from a monthly survey of the manufacturing sector, broken down into 5 sub-indexes: production, employment, new orders, finished stock, and deliveries. The index uses 50 as a centerline between economic expansion/contraction expectations; the further the value from 50 the stronger the expected expansion or contraction. Increased activity in the manufacturing sector is usually a precursor to economic expansion and inflationary pressures.


02:01
GBP
GBP RICS House Price Balance (MAR)
Düşük
21%
15%
15%
GBP RICS House Price Balance (MAR)
Gauge for costs of homes in the United Kingdom. The figure is based on surveyors' opinions on the state of the market, calculated as is the percent of surveyors reporting a rise in prices minus those reporting a fall. A rise in house prices indicates a strong housing market, which generally reflects a strong overall economy


02:30
USD
USD Fed's Lacker Speaks to Business Leaders in South Carolina
Düşük
USD Fed's Lacker Speaks to Business Leaders in South Carolina

02:50
JPY
JPY Japan Buying Foreign Bonds (Yen) (APR 10)
Normal
¥215.1B
-¥3072.5B
JPY Japan Buying Foreign Bonds (Yen) (APR 10)

02:50
JPY
JPY Foreign Buying Japan Stocks (Yen) (APR 10)
Düşük
¥1042.1B
¥1036.1B
JPY Foreign Buying Japan Stocks (Yen) (APR 10)

02:50
JPY
JPY Japan Buying Foreign Stocks (Yen) (APR 10)
Normal
¥279.4B
¥424.4B
JPY Japan Buying Foreign Stocks (Yen) (APR 10)

02:50
JPY
JPY Foreign Buying Japan Bonds (Yen) (APR 10)
Düşük
¥288.1B
¥999.3B
JPY Foreign Buying Japan Bonds (Yen) (APR 10)

03:00
CNY
CNY Imports (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
-10.0%
-20.5%
CNY Imports (YoY) (MAR)

03:00
NZD
NZD REINZ Housing Price Index (MAR)
Düşük
4069.7
NZD REINZ Housing Price Index (MAR)

03:00
CNY
CNY Foreign Direct Investment (YoY) (MAR)
Normal
CNY Foreign Direct Investment (YoY) (MAR)

03:00
CNY
CNY Foreign Direct Investment (YoY) CNY (MAR)
Düşük
1.5%
CNY Foreign Direct Investment (YoY) CNY (MAR)

03:00
CNY
CNY Money Supply M0 (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
3.8%
17.0%
CNY Money Supply M0 (YoY) (MAR)

03:00
NZD
NZD REINZ House Sales (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
12.6%
NZD REINZ House Sales (YoY) (MAR)

03:00
CNY
CNY Money Supply M2 (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
12.4%
12.5%
CNY Money Supply M2 (YoY) (MAR)

04:30
AUD
AUD New Motor Vehicle Sales (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
4.4%
4.1%
AUD New Motor Vehicle Sales (YoY) (MAR)
Tracks automobile sales in Australia . Though motor vehicle sales are a small component of the overall economy, expenditures of such "big-ticket" items give good insight into consumer's spending ability. Additionally, the figure gauges consumer confidence; consumers and businesses are only likely to make the outlays needed for motor vehicles if they are optimistic about their current and future economic well being. The figure is reported both as number of new automobile sales and as monthly percentage change


04:30
AUD
AUD Full Time Employment Change (MAR)
Normal
31.5K
41.9K
AUD Full Time Employment Change (MAR)

04:30
AUD
AUD Part Time Employment Change (MAR)
Düşük
6.1K
0.1K
AUD Part Time Employment Change (MAR)

04:30
AUD
AUD Unemployment Rate (MAR)
Yüksek
6.1%
6.3%
6.2%
AUD Unemployment Rate (MAR)
The percent of unemployed persons in the labor force. The Unemployment Rate serves as a leading indicator of the health of the labor market. The report is very timely, coming out just a few weeks after the reporting period. Additionally, the figure has a significant impact on the market because of the overall importance of employment for the economy. Higher unemployment leads to less income for Australian workers who, in turn, may reduce consumption. As consumer spending contributes to a majority of Australia 's GDP, developments in the labor market directly affect prospects for Australian growth. Note : Unemployed persons are those who have no job but are actively seeking work; the labor force is the total of employed and unemployed persons


04:30
AUD
AUD Participation Rate (MAR)
Düşük
64.8%
64.6%
64.7%
AUD Participation Rate (MAR)
The seasonally-adjusted proportion of the entire population that is currently employed or unemployed but actively seeking employment. The Participation Rate indicates how much of the population is willing and able to work; thus, the figure is a snapshot of the productivity potential and current conditions of Australia 's labor market. Report has little market impact


04:30
AUD
AUD RBA FX Transactions Government (MAR)
Düşük
-1299M
-434M
AUD RBA FX Transactions Government (MAR)

04:30
AUD
AUD RBA Foreign Exchange Transaction (Australian dollar) (MAR)
Düşük
1355M
409M
AUD RBA Foreign Exchange Transaction (Australian dollar) (MAR)

04:30
AUD
AUD RBA FX Transactions Other (MAR)
Düşük
55M
33M
AUD RBA FX Transactions Other (MAR)

04:30
AUD
AUD New Motor Vehicle Sales (MoM) (MAR)
Düşük
0.5%
2.9%
AUD New Motor Vehicle Sales (MoM) (MAR)
Tracks automobile sales in Australia . Though motor vehicle sales are a small component of the overall economy, expenditures of such "big-ticket" items give good insight into consumer's spending ability. Additionally, the figure gauges consumer confidence; consumers and businesses are only likely to make the outlays needed for motor vehicles if they are optimistic about their current and future economic well being. The figure is reported both as number of new automobile sales and as monthly percentage change


04:30
AUD
AUD Employment Change (MAR)
Yüksek
37.7K
15.0K
42.0K
AUD Employment Change (MAR)
Tracks the number of employed in Australia . The figure appears in the monthly Labour Force Survey conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. A surge in new employment suggests higher spending potential and budding inflation pressures, which the RBA often counters with rate increases. The headline figure is the annualized percentage change in employed workers


04:30
CNY
CNY Consumer Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
Yüksek
1.2%
1.4%
CNY Consumer Price Index (YoY) (MAR)

05:00
CNY
CNY Foreign Direct Investment (YoY) CNY (MAR)
Düşük
2.2%
1.3%
CNY Foreign Direct Investment (YoY) CNY (MAR)

06:00
NZD
NZD Non Resident Bond Holdings (MAR)
Düşük
66.5%
65.7%
NZD Non Resident Bond Holdings (MAR)
NZD Non Resident Bond Holdings

The monetary value of bonds held by non residents of New Zealand . Non Resident Bond Holdings measure the willingness of foreigners to finance New Zealand 's economy and government. A high value is indicative of a budget deficit and debt, suggesting that foreign investments are required to finance New Zealand 's continued patterns of spending. The figure is also indicative of demand for the New Zealand Dollar. Because holding New Zealand bonds assumes the benefits and risks of holding New Zealand Dollars, changes in bond holdings can reflect changes in sentiment regarding the New Zealand economy, monetary policy, or political stability. Decreased demand for New Zealand securities reflects foreigners liquidating Kiwi assets, leading to more New Zealand Dollars in the market, thus weakening the New Zealand Dollar. The headline is the percentage of New Zealand government bonds that are held by foreigners.


07:00
JPY
JPY Tokyo Condominium Sales (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
-4.0%
-2.0%
JPY Tokyo Condominium Sales (YoY) (MAR)
JPY Tokyo Condominium Sales (YoY)

The annualized change in the value of condominiums sold each month within the capital. Although the Tokyo Condominium Sales report focuses on a narrow portion of Japan's housing sector, the figure is timely, coming out just two weeks after the reporting more, and has served as a leading indicator of the direction of the overall housing market. The number is sometimes used to gauge strength in consumer spending.

As a measure of the real estate market, the figure responds quickly to changes in the business cycle, promptly slowing at the onset of a recession and growing at the beginning of an economic boom. Increasing sales are generally bullish for the economy, as they indicate economic growth to come.


09:00
EUR
EUR EU 25 New Car Registrations (MAR)
Düşük
10.6%
7.3%
EUR EU 25 New Car Registrations (MAR)
Tracks the number of cars registered for the first time in the Euro Zone. Consumption of expensive items such as automobiles is a large part of EU GDP, thus sales of new motor vehicles and other "big-ticket" items reflect consumers' optimism and propensity to spend. In addition to clues on consumer sentiment, the Euro-zone economy directly benefits from large outlays. Manufacturing, finance and retail all directly gain from higher auto sales. The headlines are the monthly and annual percentage change in the new car registration index


09:00
JPY
JPY Machine Tool Orders (YoY) (MAR F)
Düşük
14.9%
14.6%
JPY Machine Tool Orders (YoY) (MAR F)
JPY Machine Tool Orders (YoY)

Tracks trends in machine tool orders placed by major manufacturers in Japan . Machine Tool Orders is considered a leading indicator of business capital spending, and increases are indicative of stronger business confidence and a better future outlook. Higher capital spending is also positive for the Japanese employment situation, as companies will generally require new employees to run and maintain new machinery.

The Machine Tool Orders figure tracks closely with the Machine Orders figure put out by the Economic and Social Research Institute, but tend to affect the market more since it is released nearly a month earlier.


10:15
CHF
CHF Producer & Import Prices (MoM) (MAR)
Düşük
0.2%
0.0%
-1.4%
CHF Producer & Import Prices (MoM) (MAR)
Tracks inflation in producer and import prices in Switzerland . The headline figure is the percentage change in the index from the previous period. Changes in this index will generally precede changes in the consumer price index, as higher import costs and producer prices tend to eventually be passed to consumers. As with any indicator of inflation, increases in producer and import prices tend to act as an appreciating weight for the Swiss franc because inflationary pressures are almost always met with interest rate increases from the Swiss central bank. The figure represents changes in the combined producer and import price index, calculated from changes in producer prices and import prices, giving appropriate weight to the proportion of domestic and imported goods


10:15
CHF
CHF Producer & Import Prices (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
-3.4%
-3.7%
-3.6%
CHF Producer & Import Prices (YoY) (MAR)
Tracks inflation in producer and import prices in Switzerland . The headline figure is the percentage change in the index from the previous period. Changes in this index will generally precede changes in the consumer price index, as higher import costs and producer prices tend to eventually be passed to consumers. As with any indicator of inflation, increases in producer and import prices tend to act as an appreciating weight for the Swiss franc because inflationary pressures are almost always met with interest rate increases from the Swiss central bank. The figure represents changes in the combined producer and import price index, calculated from changes in producer prices and import prices, giving appropriate weight to the proportion of domestic and imported goods


11:00
EUR
EUR ECB Survey of Professional Forecasters
Normal
EUR ECB Survey of Professional Forecasters

15:30
USD
USD Continuing Claims (APR 4)
Normal
2268K
2323K
2308K
USD Continuing Claims (APR 4)

15:30
USD
USD Building Permits (MoM) (MAR)
Normal
-5.7%
-1.9%
4.0%
USD Building Permits (MoM) (MAR)

15:30
USD
USD Initial Jobless Claims (APR 11)
Normal
294K
280K
282K
USD Initial Jobless Claims (APR 11)

15:30
USD
USD Housing Starts (MAR)
Düşük
926K
1040K
908K
USD Housing Starts (MAR)
USD Housing Starts

Gauges the change in the number of new houses built in the United States. Housing Starts are one of the earliest indicators of the housing market, only trailing Building Permits in timeliness.


15:30
USD
USD Building Permits (MAR)
Düşük
1039K
1081K
1102K
USD Building Permits (MAR)
USD Building Permits

The number of new building projects authorized for construction. Because receiving a Building Permit is the first step in the construction process, the figure is used as the earliest indicator for developments in the housing market. Additionally, because of the high outlays needed for construction projects an increase in Building Permits implies an increase in investment and corporate optimism. Finally, the figure gives insight into consumer activity, since new home purchases are associated with an increase in sales of "big ticket" durable goods. Given such connections to consumer and corporate sentiment, real estate generally leads economic developments - thriving at the start of a boom and waning at the onset of recession. Considering the above, one would expect the Building Permits figure to significantly move markets. After all, Building Permits is a part of the Conference Board's Leading Indicators index used to forecast US growth. However, the timeliness of the figure comes at a cost. The report is far removed from end market impacts, making it a less market-moving figure.


15:30
USD
USD Housing Starts (MoM) (MAR)
Normal
2%
15.9%
-15.3%
USD Housing Starts (MoM) (MAR)

16:00
EUR
EUR ECB's Constancio Speaks in Washington
Düşük
EUR ECB's Constancio Speaks in Washington

17:00
USD
USD Philadelphia Fed. (APR)
Normal
7.5
6.0
5.0
USD Philadelphia Fed. (APR)
USD Philadelphia Fed.

Survey conducted by the Philadelphia Fed questioning manufacturers in the Third Federal Reserve District on general business conditions. Conducted since 1968, the "Philly Fed" survey is an established report, valued for its timeliness, scope of coverage and tendency to forecast developments in the market moving ISM Manufacturing figure. Higher Philadelphia Fed Survey figures indicate a positive outlook from manufacturers, suggesting increased production. Higher production contributes to economic growth, which is generally bullish for the dollar.


17:30
USD
USD EIA Natural Gas Storage Change (APR 10)
Düşük
63
55
15
USD EIA Natural Gas Storage Change (APR 10)

17:30
USD
USD EIA Natural Working Gas Implied (APR 10)
Düşük
63
15
USD EIA Natural Working Gas Implied (APR 10)

20:00
USD
USD Fed's Lockhart Speaks on Economic Outlook in Florida
Düşük
USD Fed's Lockhart Speaks on Economic Outlook in Florida

20:10
USD
USD Fed's Mester Speaks on Economy and Monetary Policy in New York
Düşük
USD Fed's Mester Speaks on Economy and Monetary Policy in New York

20:30
USD
USD Fed's Rosengren to speak at Chatham House in London
Düşük
USD Fed's Rosengren to speak at Chatham House in London

22:00
USD
USD Fed's Fischer Speaks on Inflation Panel at IMF in Washington
Düşük
USD Fed's Fischer Speaks on Inflation Panel at IMF in Washington

17 Nisan 2015 Cuma
 
JPY
JPY Nationwide Department Store Sales (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
1.1%
JPY Nationwide Department Store Sales (YoY) (MAR)
JPY Nationwide Department Store Sales (YoY)

The total value of goods sold by major department store outlets. As the first non-auto consumption indicator released each month, the Department Store Sales figure can be used to forecast overall household spending. An increase in Department Store Sales signals consumer confidence and growth in the economy. The headline figures are for nationwide sales and Tokyo area sales. The figure does not include auto sales, which are counted separately by the Japan Automobile Dealers Association, and is not seasonally adjusted.

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JPY
JPY Tokyo Department Store Sales (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
5.3%
JPY Tokyo Department Store Sales (YoY) (MAR)
JPY Tokyo Department Store Sales (YoY)

The total value of goods sold by major department store outlets. As the first non-auto consumption indicator released each month, the Department Store Sales figure can be used to forecast overall household spending. An increase in Department Store Sales signals consumer confidence and growth in the economy. The headline figures are for nationwide sales and Tokyo area sales. The figure does not include auto sales, which are counted separately by the Japan Automobile Dealers Association, and is not seasonally adjusted.


03:00
NZD
NZD REINZ Housing Price Index (MAR)
Düşük
4069.7
NZD REINZ Housing Price Index (MAR)

03:00
EUR
EUR G-20 Finance Ministers, Central Bankers Meet in Washington
Normal
EUR G-20 Finance Ministers, Central Bankers Meet in Washington

03:00
CNY
CNY Money Supply M1 (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
5.6%
5.6%
CNY Money Supply M1 (YoY) (MAR)

03:00
NZD
NZD REINZ House Price Index (MoM) (MAR)
Düşük
0.8%
NZD REINZ House Price Index (MoM) (MAR)

03:00
CNY
CNY Foreign Direct Investment (YoY) CNY (MAR)
Düşük
1.5%
CNY Foreign Direct Investment (YoY) CNY (MAR)

04:30
CNY
CNY China March Property Prices
Düşük
CNY China March Property Prices

04:30
AUD
AUD Credit Card Balances (FEB)
Düşük
$A51.1B
$A50.1B
AUD Credit Card Balances (FEB)

04:30
AUD
AUD Credit Card Purchases (FEB)
Düşük
$A22.1B
$A21.5B
AUD Credit Card Purchases (FEB)

05:00
CNY
CNY Trade Balance (MAR)
Normal
$3.08B
$40.20B
$60.62B
CNY Trade Balance (MAR)

05:00
CNY
CNY Exports (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
-15%
10.0%
48.3%
CNY Exports (YoY) (MAR)

05:00
CNY
CNY Imports (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
-12.7%
-10.0%
-20.5%
CNY Imports (YoY) (MAR)

08:00
JPY
JPY Consumer Confidence Index (MAR)
Normal
41.7
41.3
40.7
JPY Consumer Confidence Index (MAR)

10:00
CHF
CHF SNB Deposits
Düşük
CHF SNB Deposits

10:15
CHF
CHF Retail Sales (Real) (YoY) (FEB)
Normal
-2.7%
-0.3%
CHF Retail Sales (Real) (YoY) (FEB)
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


11:00
EUR
EUR Euro-Zone Current Account s.a. (euros) (FEB)
Düşük
26.4B
30.4B
EUR Euro-Zone Current Account s.a. (euros) (FEB)
Summarizes the flow of goods, services, income and transfer payments in and out of the Euro-zone nations to other countries. The report gauges how the Euro-zone nations' interact with the rest of the world. Current Account is one of the three components that make up a country's Balance of Payments (Financial Account, Capital Account and Current Account). Where the other side of the Balance of Payments, Capital and Financial Accounts deal mainly with financial assets and investments, the Current Account gives a detailed breakdown of how the country interacts with rest of the global economy on a non-investment basis.

The Current Account tracks the trade balance (exports and imports for goods and services), income payments (such as interest, dividends and salaries) and unilateral transfers (aid, taxes, and one-way gifts). A positive value (current account surplus) indicates that the flow of capital from these components into the Euro-zone exceeds the capital leaving the Euro-zone. A negative value (current account deficit) means that there is a net capital outflow from the Euro-zone. Persistent Current Account deficits may lead to a depreciation of a currency, as trade, income and transfer payments usually reflect that Euros are leaving the Euro Area to make payments abroad. Conversely, underlying surpluses act as an appreciating weight on the Euro. The Euro-zone has a historically had an export oriented economy and has relied on exports as the engine for economic expansion. To this day, trade surpluses form the foundation of Euro-zone current account surpluses. There are a number of factors that often work to diminish the impact of the Current Account release on the market. The report is not very timely; released monthly at least a month after the reporting period. In addition, many of the components that lead to the final Current Account, such as production and trade figures, are known well in advance. Lastly, since the report reflects data for a specific reporting month, any significant developments in the Current Account should theoretically have been already felt during that quarter.

But just like GDP and Trade Balance, Current Account is central to forecasting long term developments in foreign exchange rates. It gives a detailed picture of how the Euro-zone's aggregate economy interacts internationally, breaking down these exchanges into separate components that can be tracked and often anticipated. Thus the weight of the Current Account has led it historically to be one of the more important reports out of the Euro-zone. The headline figure is expressed in billions of Euros


11:00
EUR
EUR Euro-Zone Current Account n.s.a. (euros) (FEB)
Düşük
13.8B
8.3B
EUR Euro-Zone Current Account n.s.a. (euros) (FEB)
Summarizes the flow of goods, services, income and transfer payments in and out of the Euro-zone nations to other countries. The report gauges how the Euro-zone nations' interact with the rest of the world. Current Account is one of the three components that make up a country's Balance of Payments (Financial Account, Capital Account and Current Account). Where the other side of the Balance of Payments, Capital and Financial Accounts deal mainly with financial assets and investments, the Current Account gives a detailed breakdown of how the country interacts with rest of the global economy on a non-investment basis.

The Current Account tracks the trade balance (exports and imports for goods and services), income payments (such as interest, dividends and salaries) and unilateral transfers (aid, taxes, and one-way gifts). A positive value (current account surplus) indicates that the flow of capital from these components into the Euro-zone exceeds the capital leaving the Euro-zone. A negative value (current account deficit) means that there is a net capital outflow from the Euro-zone. Persistent Current Account deficits may lead to a depreciation of a currency, as trade, income and transfer payments usually reflect that Euros are leaving the Euro Area to make payments abroad. Conversely, underlying surpluses act as an appreciating weight on the Euro. The Euro-zone has a historically had an export oriented economy and has relied on exports as the engine for economic expansion. To this day, trade surpluses form the foundation of Euro-zone current account surpluses. There are a number of factors that often work to diminish the impact of the Current Account release on the market. The report is not very timely; released monthly at least a month after the reporting period. In addition, many of the components that lead to the final Current Account, such as production and trade figures, are known well in advance. Lastly, since the report reflects data for a specific reporting month, any significant developments in the Current Account should theoretically have been already felt during that quarter.

But just like GDP and Trade Balance, Current Account is central to forecasting long term developments in foreign exchange rates. It gives a detailed picture of how the Euro-zone's aggregate economy interacts internationally, breaking down these exchanges into separate components that can be tracked and often anticipated. Thus the weight of the Current Account has led it historically to be one of the more important reports out of the Euro-zone. The headline figure is expressed in billions of Euros


11:30
GBP
GBP Jobless Claims Change (MAR)
Normal
-20.7K
-29.5K
-29.1K
GBP Jobless Claims Change (MAR)
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


11:30
GBP
GBP ILO Unemployment Rate (3M) (FEB)
Normal
5.6%
5.6%
5.7%
GBP ILO Unemployment Rate (3M) (FEB)
The percentage of persons willing to work and actively seeking employment but who are without jobs. A lower Unemployment Rate translates into more income-earning workers and greater consumption. Increased expenditure accelerates economic growth, but can also heighten inflationary pressures


11:30
GBP
GBP Claimant Count Rate (MAR)
Normal
2.3%
2.3%
2.4%
GBP Claimant Count Rate (MAR)
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


11:30
GBP
GBP Average Weekly Earnings (3M/YoY) (FEB)
Normal
1.7%
1.8%
1.9%
GBP Average Weekly Earnings (3M/YoY) (FEB)

11:30
GBP
GBP Weekly Earnings ex Bonus (3M/YoY) (FEB)
Normal
1.8%
1.7%
1.6%
GBP Weekly Earnings ex Bonus (3M/YoY) (FEB)

11:30
GBP
GBP Employment Change (3M/3M) (FEB)
Normal
248K
170K
143K
GBP Employment Change (3M/3M) (FEB)

12:00
EUR
EUR Euro-Zone Consumer Price Index (MoM) (MAR)
Normal
1.1%
1.1%
0.6%
EUR Euro-Zone Consumer Price Index (MoM) (MAR)
CPI is the key gauge for inflation in the Euro Zone. 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 Euro Zone 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.The CPI is also expressed as Core CPI, a similar measure that excludes energy and food in the basket of goods for the reason that items are highly volatile in price and can distort the CPI. Some market participants believe that Core CPI provides a better representation of inflation. The headline figures for the Euro-zone Inflation Index are a monthly and annualized percentage change


12:00
EUR
EUR Euro-Zone Consumer Price Index (YoY) (MAR F)
Normal
-0.1%
-0.1%
-0.1%
EUR Euro-Zone Consumer Price Index (YoY) (MAR F)
CPI is the key gauge for inflation in the Euro Zone. 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 Euro Zone 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.The CPI is also expressed as Core CPI, a similar measure that excludes energy and food in the basket of goods for the reason that items are highly volatile in price and can distort the CPI. Some market participants believe that Core CPI provides a better representation of inflation. The headline figures for the Euro-zone Inflation Index are a monthly and annualized percentage change


12:00
EUR
EUR Euro-Zone Consumer Price Index - Core (YoY) (MAR F)
Normal
0.6%
0.6%
0.6%
EUR Euro-Zone Consumer Price Index - Core (YoY) (MAR F)
CPI is the key gauge for inflation in the Euro Zone. 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 Euro Zone 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.The CPI is also expressed as Core CPI, a similar measure that excludes energy and food in the basket of goods for the reason that items are highly volatile in price and can distort the CPI. Some market participants believe that Core CPI provides a better representation of inflation. The headline figures for the Euro-zone Inflation Index are a monthly and annualized percentage change


14:30
EUR
EUR ECB's Weidmann Holds Press Briefing in DC
Düşük
EUR ECB's Weidmann Holds Press Briefing in DC

15:00
EUR
EUR Bank of Italy Releases the Quarterly Economic Bulletin
Düşük
EUR Bank of Italy Releases the Quarterly Economic Bulletin

15:30
CAD
CAD CPI Core SA (MoM) (MAR)
Düşük
0.1%
0.1%
CAD CPI Core SA (MoM) (MAR)

15:30
USD
USD Consumer Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
Yüksek
-0.1%
0.0%
0.0%
USD Consumer Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
CPI assesses changes in the cost of living by measuring changes consumer pay for a set of items. CPI serves as the headline figure for inflation. Simply put, inflation reflects a decline in the purchasing power of the dollar, where each dollar buys fewer goods and services. In terms of measuring inflation, CPI is the most obvious way to quantify changes in purchasing power. The report tracks changes in the price of a basket of goods and services that a typical American household might purchase. An increase in the Consumer Price Index indicates that it takes more dollars to purchase the same set basket of basic consumer items. Inflation is generally bad news for the economy, causing instability, uncertainty and hardship. To address inflation, the Fed may raise interest rates. However, the Fed relies on the PCE Deflator as its primary gauge of inflation because the CPI does not account for the ability of consumer to substitute out of CPI's set. Price changes tend to cause consumers to switch from buying one good to a less expensive-other, a tendency that the fixed-basket CPI figure does not yet account for. Given that the PCE Deflator is a more comprehensive calculation, based on changes in consumption; it is the figure the Fed prefers. The figure is released monthly, as either a month over month annualized percentage change, or percentage change for the full year. The figure is seasonally adjusted to account seasonal consumption patterns. On A Technical Note: The CPI includes over 200 categories of goods and services included, divided into 8 main groups, each with a different weight: Housing, Transportation, Food, Medical Care, Education and Communication, Recreation, Apparel, and Other Goods and Services


15:30
USD
USD Consumer Price Index Ex Food & Energy (MoM) (MAR)
Normal
0.2%
0.2%
0.2%
USD Consumer Price Index Ex Food & Energy (MoM) (MAR)
CPI assesses changes in the cost of living by measuring changes consumer pay for a set of items. CPI serves as the headline figure for inflation. Simply put, inflation reflects a decline in the purchasing power of the dollar, where each dollar buys fewer goods and services. In terms of measuring inflation, CPI is the most obvious way to quantify changes in purchasing power. The report tracks changes in the price of a basket of goods and services that a typical American household might purchase. An increase in the Consumer Price Index indicates that it takes more dollars to purchase the same set basket of basic consumer items. Inflation is generally bad news for the economy, causing instability, uncertainty and hardship. To address inflation, the Fed may raise interest rates. However, the Fed relies on the PCE Deflator as its primary gauge of inflation because the CPI does not account for the ability of consumer to substitute out of CPI's set. Price changes tend to cause consumers to switch from buying one good to a less expensive-other, a tendency that the fixed-basket CPI figure does not yet account for. Given that the PCE Deflator is a more comprehensive calculation, based on changes in consumption; it is the figure the Fed prefers. The figure is released monthly, as either a month over month annualized percentage change, or percentage change for the full year. The figure is seasonally adjusted to account seasonal consumption patterns. On A Technical Note: The CPI includes over 200 categories of goods and services included, divided into 8 main groups, each with a different weight: Housing, Transportation, Food, Medical Care, Education and Communication, Recreation, Apparel, and Other Goods and Services


15:30
CAD
CAD Consumer Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
Yüksek
1.2%
1.0%
1.0%
CAD Consumer Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
The key gauge for inflation in Canada . Simply put, inflation reflects a decline in the purchasing power of the Canadian Dollar, meaning each Dollar buys fewer goods and services. CPI is the most obvious way to measure changes in purchasing power - the report tracks changes in the price of a basket of goods and services that a typical Canadian household might purchase. An increase in the index indicates that it takes more Dollars to purchase this same set of basic consumer items. As the most important indicator of inflation in Canada , Consumer Price figures are closely followed by Canada 's central bank. The Bank of Canada has a target inflation band of 1 - 3 % and uses CPI and Core CPI as its principle gauge (the Bank of Canada posts inflation targets and CPI on their homepage). A rising CPI may prompt the central bank to raise interest rates in order to manage inflation and slow economic growth. Higher interest rates make holding the Dollar more attractive to foreign investors, and this higher level of demand will place upward pressure on the value of the Dollar


15:30
USD
USD Consumer Price Index Ex Food & Energy (YoY) (MAR)
Yüksek
1.8%
1.7%
1.7%
USD Consumer Price Index Ex Food & Energy (YoY) (MAR)
CPI assesses changes in the cost of living by measuring changes consumer pay for a set of items. CPI serves as the headline figure for inflation. Simply put, inflation reflects a decline in the purchasing power of the dollar, where each dollar buys fewer goods and services. In terms of measuring inflation, CPI is the most obvious way to quantify changes in purchasing power. The report tracks changes in the price of a basket of goods and services that a typical American household might purchase. An increase in the Consumer Price Index indicates that it takes more dollars to purchase the same set basket of basic consumer items. Inflation is generally bad news for the economy, causing instability, uncertainty and hardship. To address inflation, the Fed may raise interest rates. However, the Fed relies on the PCE Deflator as its primary gauge of inflation because the CPI does not account for the ability of consumer to substitute out of CPI's set. Price changes tend to cause consumers to switch from buying one good to a less expensive-other, a tendency that the fixed-basket CPI figure does not yet account for. Given that the PCE Deflator is a more comprehensive calculation, based on changes in consumption; it is the figure the Fed prefers. The figure is released monthly, as either a month over month annualized percentage change, or percentage change for the full year. The figure is seasonally adjusted to account seasonal consumption patterns. On A Technical Note: The CPI includes over 200 categories of goods and services included, divided into 8 main groups, each with a different weight: Housing, Transportation, Food, Medical Care, Education and Communication, Recreation, Apparel, and Other Goods and Services


15:30
USD
USD Consumer Price Index n.s.a. (MAR)
Düşük
236.119
236.153
234.722
USD Consumer Price Index n.s.a. (MAR)
CPI assesses changes in the cost of living by measuring changes consumer pay for a set of items. CPI serves as the headline figure for inflation. Simply put, inflation reflects a decline in the purchasing power of the dollar, where each dollar buys fewer goods and services. In terms of measuring inflation, CPI is the most obvious way to quantify changes in purchasing power. The report tracks changes in the price of a basket of goods and services that a typical American household might purchase. An increase in the Consumer Price Index indicates that it takes more dollars to purchase the same set basket of basic consumer items. Inflation is generally bad news for the economy, causing instability, uncertainty and hardship. To address inflation, the Fed may raise interest rates. However, the Fed relies on the PCE Deflator as its primary gauge of inflation because the CPI does not account for the ability of consumer to substitute out of CPI's set. Price changes tend to cause consumers to switch from buying one good to a less expensive-other, a tendency that the fixed-basket CPI figure does not yet account for. Given that the PCE Deflator is a more comprehensive calculation, based on changes in consumption; it is the figure the Fed prefers. The figure is released monthly, as either a month over month annualized percentage change, or percentage change for the full year. The figure is seasonally adjusted to account seasonal consumption patterns. On A Technical Note: The CPI includes over 200 categories of goods and services included, divided into 8 main groups, each with a different weight: Housing, Transportation, Food, Medical Care, Education and Communication, Recreation, Apparel, and Other Goods and Services


15:30
CAD
CAD Bank Canada Consumer Price Index Core (MoM) (MAR)
Normal
0.6%
0.3%
0.6%
CAD Bank Canada Consumer Price Index Core (MoM) (MAR)
The key gauge for inflation in Canada . Simply put, inflation reflects a decline in the purchasing power of the Canadian Dollar, meaning each Dollar buys fewer goods and services. CPI is the most obvious way to measure changes in purchasing power - the report tracks changes in the price of a basket of goods and services that a typical Canadian household might purchase. An increase in the index indicates that it takes more Dollars to purchase this same set of basic consumer items. As the most important indicator of inflation in Canada , Consumer Price figures are closely followed by Canada 's central bank. The Bank of Canada has a target inflation band of 1 - 3 % and uses CPI and Core CPI as its principle gauge (the Bank of Canada posts inflation targets and CPI on their homepage). A rising CPI may prompt the central bank to raise interest rates in order to manage inflation and slow economic growth. Higher interest rates make holding the Dollar more attractive to foreign investors, and this higher level of demand will place upward pressure on the value of the Dollar


15:30
CAD
CAD Bank Canada Consumer Price Index Core (YoY) (MAR)
Yüksek
2.4%
2.1%
2.1%
CAD Bank Canada Consumer Price Index Core (YoY) (MAR)
The key gauge for inflation in Canada . Simply put, inflation reflects a decline in the purchasing power of the Canadian Dollar, meaning each Dollar buys fewer goods and services. CPI is the most obvious way to measure changes in purchasing power - the report tracks changes in the price of a basket of goods and services that a typical Canadian household might purchase. An increase in the index indicates that it takes more Dollars to purchase this same set of basic consumer items. As the most important indicator of inflation in Canada , Consumer Price figures are closely followed by Canada 's central bank. The Bank of Canada has a target inflation band of 1 - 3 % and uses CPI and Core CPI as its principle gauge (the Bank of Canada posts inflation targets and CPI on their homepage). A rising CPI may prompt the central bank to raise interest rates in order to manage inflation and slow economic growth. Higher interest rates make holding the Dollar more attractive to foreign investors, and this higher level of demand will place upward pressure on the value of the Dollar


15:30
USD
USD Consumer Price Index Core Index s.a. (MAR)
Düşük
240.793
240.453
240.247
USD Consumer Price Index Core Index s.a. (MAR)
CPI assesses changes in the cost of living by measuring changes consumer pay for a set of items. CPI serves as the headline figure for inflation. Simply put, inflation reflects a decline in the purchasing power of the dollar, where each dollar buys fewer goods and services. In terms of measuring inflation, CPI is the most obvious way to quantify changes in purchasing power. The report tracks changes in the price of a basket of goods and services that a typical American household might purchase. An increase in the Consumer Price Index indicates that it takes more dollars to purchase the same set basket of basic consumer items. Inflation is generally bad news for the economy, causing instability, uncertainty and hardship. To address inflation, the Fed may raise interest rates. However, the Fed relies on the PCE Deflator as its primary gauge of inflation because the CPI does not account for the ability of consumer to substitute out of CPI's set. Price changes tend to cause consumers to switch from buying one good to a less expensive-other, a tendency that the fixed-basket CPI figure does not yet account for. Given that the PCE Deflator is a more comprehensive calculation, based on changes in consumption; it is the figure the Fed prefers. The figure is released monthly, as either a month over month annualized percentage change, or percentage change for the full year. The figure is seasonally adjusted to account seasonal consumption patterns. On A Technical Note: The CPI includes over 200 categories of goods and services included, divided into 8 main groups, each with a different weight: Housing, Transportation, Food, Medical Care, Education and Communication, Recreation, Apparel, and Other Goods and Services


15:30
CAD
CAD Retail Sales (MoM) (FEB)
Normal
1.7%
0.5%
-1.4%
CAD Retail Sales (MoM) (FEB)
Gauges sales at Canadian retail outlets. The report serves as a direct gauge of consumption and consumer confidence. Retail Trade is one an important leading indicator for Canada and part of the Index of Leading Indicator used to forecast economic developments. An increasing number of sales can signal consumer confidence and growth to come, but higher consumption can also lead to inflationary pressures. The report considers sales for nine categories of retailers: automotive, furniture and electronics, building supplies, food and beverages, pharmaceuticals, clothing and accessories, general merchandise, and miscellaneous


15:30
CAD
CAD Retail Sales Less Autos (MoM) (FEB)
Düşük
2%
0.7%
-1.5%
CAD Retail Sales Less Autos (MoM) (FEB)
Gauges sales at Canadian retail outlets. The report serves as a direct gauge of consumption and consumer confidence. Retail Trade is one an important leading indicator for Canada and part of the Index of Leading Indicator used to forecast economic developments. An increasing number of sales can signal consumer confidence and growth to come, but higher consumption can also lead to inflationary pressures. The report considers sales for nine categories of retailers: automotive, furniture and electronics, building supplies, food and beverages, pharmaceuticals, clothing and accessories, general merchandise, and miscellaneous


15:30
CAD
CAD International Securities Transactions (Canadian dollar) (FEB)
Düşük
9.27B
5.75B
CAD International Securities Transactions (Canadian dollar) (FEB)
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


15:30
USD
USD Real Avg Weekly Earnings (YoY) (MAR)
Normal
2.2%
2.7%
USD Real Avg Weekly Earnings (YoY) (MAR)

15:30
USD
USD Consumer Price Index (MoM) (MAR)
Normal
0.2%
0.3%
0.2%
USD Consumer Price Index (MoM) (MAR)
CPI assesses changes in the cost of living by measuring changes consumer pay for a set of items. CPI serves as the headline figure for inflation. Simply put, inflation reflects a decline in the purchasing power of the dollar, where each dollar buys fewer goods and services. In terms of measuring inflation, CPI is the most obvious way to quantify changes in purchasing power. The report tracks changes in the price of a basket of goods and services that a typical American household might purchase. An increase in the Consumer Price Index indicates that it takes more dollars to purchase the same set basket of basic consumer items. Inflation is generally bad news for the economy, causing instability, uncertainty and hardship. To address inflation, the Fed may raise interest rates. However, the Fed relies on the PCE Deflator as its primary gauge of inflation because the CPI does not account for the ability of consumer to substitute out of CPI's set. Price changes tend to cause consumers to switch from buying one good to a less expensive-other, a tendency that the fixed-basket CPI figure does not yet account for. Given that the PCE Deflator is a more comprehensive calculation, based on changes in consumption; it is the figure the Fed prefers. The figure is released monthly, as either a month over month annualized percentage change, or percentage change for the full year. The figure is seasonally adjusted to account seasonal consumption patterns. On A Technical Note: The CPI includes over 200 categories of goods and services included, divided into 8 main groups, each with a different weight: Housing, Transportation, Food, Medical Care, Education and Communication, Recreation, Apparel, and Other Goods and Services


15:30
CAD
CAD Consumer Price Index (MoM) (MAR)
Normal
0.7%
0.6%
0.9%
CAD Consumer Price Index (MoM) (MAR)
The key gauge for inflation in Canada . Simply put, inflation reflects a decline in the purchasing power of the Canadian Dollar, meaning each Dollar buys fewer goods and services. CPI is the most obvious way to measure changes in purchasing power - the report tracks changes in the price of a basket of goods and services that a typical Canadian household might purchase. An increase in the index indicates that it takes more Dollars to purchase this same set of basic consumer items. As the most important indicator of inflation in Canada , Consumer Price figures are closely followed by Canada 's central bank. The Bank of Canada has a target inflation band of 1 - 3 % and uses CPI and Core CPI as its principle gauge (the Bank of Canada posts inflation targets and CPI on their homepage). A rising CPI may prompt the central bank to raise interest rates in order to manage inflation and slow economic growth. Higher interest rates make holding the Dollar more attractive to foreign investors, and this higher level of demand will place upward pressure on the value of the Dollar


15:30
CAD
CAD Consumer Price Index (MAR)
Düşük
126.3
126.2
125.4
CAD Consumer Price Index (MAR)

15:30
CAD
CAD CPI s.a. (MoM) (MAR)
Düşük
0.4%
0.3%
0.2%
CAD CPI s.a. (MoM) (MAR)

15:30
CAD
CAD CPI Core s.a. (MoM) (MAR)
Düşük
0.4%
0.1%
0.1%
CAD CPI Core s.a. (MoM) (MAR)

17:00
USD
USD U. of Michigan Confidence (APR P)
Yüksek
95.9
94
93
USD U. of Michigan Confidence (APR P)
Assesses consumer confidence regarding personal finances, business conditions and purchasing power based on hundreds of telephone surveys. Especially valued for its quick turnaround, the University of Michigan Confidence survey is considered one of the foremost indicators of US consumer sentiment. The survey polls a smaller sample of consumers and is less established than the Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index. Declining consumer confidence levels usually accompany any fall income or wages and precede drops in consumer spending. A low or falling U Mich Sentiment value is considered an early indicator of an economic downturn. As a result, investors, retailers and traders alike all watch the figure for insight into the general health of the economy. UMich figures have recently preceded turning in overall GDP. The headline figure is calculated by subtracting the percentage of unfavorable replies from the percentage of favorable replies


17:00
USD
USD Leading Indicators (MAR)
Normal
0.2%
0.3%
0.1%
USD Leading Indicators (MAR)
USD Leading Indicators

US Leading Indicators is a composite index designed to forecast trends in the overall economy. The index is based on ten key indicators known to precede changes in the economy. Though the index has a less than perfect historical record, it still is a worthwhile forecasting tool. Given the high volume of economic data, the Leading Indicators Index is useful by condensing ten indicators into one value headline figure. Headline numbers will be a percentage annual growth of the overall composite. As high values are indicative of economic growth, such figures bode well for the overall US Economy. Uncontrolled growth lead by this figure however may raise concerns about inflation and economic stability.


20:00
USD
USD Baker Hughes U.S. Rig Count (APR 17)
Normal
954
988
USD Baker Hughes U.S. Rig Count (APR 17)

21:00
USD
USD Monthly Budget Statement (MAR)
Normal
-$52.9B
-$43.4B
-$36.9B
USD Monthly Budget Statement (MAR)

18 Nisan 2015 Cumartesi
01:00
NZD
NZD NZIER Business Opinion Survey (1Q)
Düşük
23
NZD NZIER Business Opinion Survey (1Q)

02:01
GBP
GBP BRC Sales Like-For-Like (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
0.5%
0.2%
GBP BRC Sales Like-For-Like (YoY) (MAR)

02:30
AUD
AUD ANZ Roy Morgan Weekly Consumer Confidence Index (APR 12)
Düşük
109.7
AUD ANZ Roy Morgan Weekly Consumer Confidence Index (APR 12)

03:00
CHF
CHF Real Estate Index Family Homes (1Q)
Normal
440.6
CHF Real Estate Index Family Homes (1Q)

03:00
EUR
EUR G-20 Finance Ministers, Central Bankers Meet in Washington
Normal
EUR G-20 Finance Ministers, Central Bankers Meet in Washington

03:00
CNY
CNY Money Supply M2 (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
12.4%
12.5%
CNY Money Supply M2 (YoY) (MAR)

03:00
CNY
CNY Money Supply M0 (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
3.8%
17.0%
CNY Money Supply M0 (YoY) (MAR)

03:00
NZD
NZD REINZ House Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
6.1%
NZD REINZ House Price Index (YoY) (MAR)

03:00
NZD
NZD REINZ House Sales (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
12.6%
NZD REINZ House Sales (YoY) (MAR)

08:00
JPY
JPY Consumer Confidence Index (MAR)
Normal
40.7
JPY Consumer Confidence Index (MAR)

19 Nisan 2015 Pazar
01:45
NZD
NZD Card Spending Retail (MoM) (MAR)
Normal
0.8%
0.8%
1.1%
NZD Card Spending Retail (MoM) (MAR)

01:45
NZD
NZD NZ Card Spending (MoM) (MAR)
Normal
1.3%
0.4%
NZD NZ Card Spending (MoM) (MAR)

02:50
JPY
JPY Bank of Japan March 16-17 meeting minutes
Normal
JPY Bank of Japan March 16-17 meeting minutes

03:00
NZD
NZD REINZ House Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
6.1%
NZD REINZ House Price Index (YoY) (MAR)

03:00
NZD
NZD REINZ House Sales (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
12.6%
NZD REINZ House Sales (YoY) (MAR)

03:00
CHF
CHF Real Estate Index Family Homes (1Q)
Normal
440.6
CHF Real Estate Index Family Homes (1Q)

03:00
CNY
CNY Aggregate Financing CNY (MAR)
Normal
1350.0B
CNY Aggregate Financing CNY (MAR)

03:00
CNY
CNY Foreign Direct Investment (YoY) (MAR)
Normal
CNY Foreign Direct Investment (YoY) (MAR)

20 Nisan 2015 Pazartesi
01:30
NZD
NZD Performance Services Index (MAR)
Normal
55.6
NZD Performance Services Index (MAR)

01:45
NZD
NZD Card Spending Retail (MoM) (MAR)
Normal
1.0%
NZD Card Spending Retail (MoM) (MAR)

01:45
NZD
NZD Consumer Prices Index (QoQ) (1Q)
Normal
-0.2%
NZD Consumer Prices Index (QoQ) (1Q)

01:45
NZD
NZD Consumer Prices Index (YoY) (1Q)
Yüksek
0.8%
NZD Consumer Prices Index (YoY) (1Q)

01:45
NZD
NZD NZ Card Spending (MoM) (MAR)
Normal
0.4%
NZD NZ Card Spending (MoM) (MAR)

02:01
GBP
GBP Rightmove House Prices (MoM) (APR)
Düşük
1.0%
GBP Rightmove House Prices (MoM) (APR)

02:01
GBP
GBP Rightmove House Prices (YoY) (APR)
Düşük
5.4%
GBP Rightmove House Prices (YoY) (APR)

02:50
JPY
JPY Tertiary Industry Index (MoM) (FEB)
Normal
1.4%
JPY Tertiary Industry Index (MoM) (FEB)
JPY Tertiary Industry Index (MoM)

Evaluates the monthly change in output produced by Japan's service sector. Japan's economy is very export based, because this report excludes manufacturing and only measures service industries catering mainly to domestic needs, the Tertiary Industry Index is a key indicator of domestic activity. The index incorporates data from firms involved with wholesale and retail trade, financial services, health care, real estate, leisure, and utilities. The report excludes industrial manufacturing sectors that tend to be influenced by foreign demand. The tertiary industry index is posted monthly as a percentage change from the previous month's figure.


02:50
JPY
JPY Bank of Japan March 16-17 meeting minutes
Normal
JPY Bank of Japan March 16-17 meeting minutes




Burada yer alan yatırım bilgi, yorum ve tavsiyeleri yatırım danışmanlığı kapsamında değildir. Yatırım danışmanlığı hizmeti; aracı kurumlar, portföy yönetim şirketleri, mevduat kabul etmeyen bankalar ile müşteri arasında imzalanacak yatırım danışmanlığı sözleşmesi çerçevesinde sunulmaktadır.

Yukarıda yapılan hiçbir yorum ve bilginin bütünlüğü, doğruluğu ve değişmeyeceği garanti edilemez. İfade edilen görüşler hiçbir şekilde ve surette alış veya satış teklifi olarak değerlendirilmemelidir. Bu bilgilerin ticari amaçlı işlemlerde kullanılmasından dolayı doğabilecek zararlardan FINANS YATIRIM MENKUL DEĞERLER A.Ş. (FINANSINVEST) hiçbir şekilde sorumluluk kabul etmez. FINANSINVEST yorumda adi geçebilecek şirket veya şirketlerin menkul kıymetlerini portföyünde bulundurabilir ve/veya bu şirketlere danışmanlık hizmetleri verebilir. FINANSINVEST bu mesajın içerdiği bilgilerin doğruluğu veya eksiksiz olduğu konusunda herhangi bir garanti vermemektedir. Bu nedenle bu bilgilerin ne şekilde olursa olsun içeriğinden, iletilmesinden, alınmasından ve saklanmasından sorumlu değildir. Bu mesajdaki görüşler yalnızca gönderen kişiye aittir ve FINANSINVEST’in görüşlerini yansıtmayabilir.