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31 Ağustos 2015 Pazartesi
01:45
NZD
NZD Building Permits (MoM) (JUL)
Düşük
20.4%
-4.1%
NZD Building Permits (MoM) (JUL)
NZD Building Permits (MoM)

The number of new building projects authorized for construction New Zealand . Building Permits, or Building Consents, are issued when a building project has been authorized to begin construction. Since Building Consents serve as one of the earliest signals of expanded housing supply, the report is a leading indicator for the overall housing market. Also, because of the high outlays needed for construction projects Building Permits suggests optimism for corporate or consumer spending. Lastly, housing indicators are popular leading indicators due to the multiplier effect that they have on the rest of the economy. The headline is the percentage change in new consents for the month.


02:50
JPY
JPY Loans & Discounts Corp (YoY) (JUL)
Düşük
3.28%
2.74%
JPY Loans & Discounts Corp (YoY) (JUL)

02:50
JPY
JPY Industrial Production (MoM) (JUL P)
Düşük
-0.6%
0.1%
1.1%
JPY Industrial Production (MoM) (JUL P)
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.


02:50
JPY
JPY Industrial Production (YoY) (JUL P)
Normal
0.2%
0.8%
2.3%
JPY Industrial Production (YoY) (JUL P)
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.


03:00
AUD
AUD CoreLogic RP Data House Px (MoM) (AUG)
Düşük
0.3%
2.8%
AUD CoreLogic RP Data House Px (MoM) (AUG)

03:00
JPY
JPY CoreLogic RP Data House Px (MoM) (AUG)
Düşük
0.3%
2.8%
JPY CoreLogic RP Data House Px (MoM) (AUG)

03:00
NZD
NZD QV House Prices (YoY) (AUG)
Düşük
11.3%
10.1%
NZD QV House Prices (YoY) (AUG)

03:30
AUD
AUD TD Securities Inflation (MoM) (AUG)
Düşük
0.1%
0.2%
AUD TD Securities Inflation (MoM) (AUG)
A monthly estimate of inflation in the Australian economy. The report replicates the methodology used by the Australian Bureau of Statistics to calculate quarterly CPI, striving to correspond closely with official government numbers. The figure is important because it acts as a timelier indicator of inflation, coming out monthly instead of the quarterly CPI figures. Released one day before interest rate decisions are made, the figure may influence RBA considerations for rate hikes or reductions. As with any gauge of inflation in Australia , a high value in the figure is bullish for the Australian dollar, since real inflationary pressures are usually met by the Reserve Bank of Australia with bullish rate hikes. The headline figure is the month-over-month or annualized inflation rate


03:30
AUD
AUD TD Securities Inflation (YoY) (AUG)
Düşük
1.7%
1.6%
AUD TD Securities Inflation (YoY) (AUG)
A monthly estimate of inflation in the Australian economy. The report replicates the methodology used by the Australian Bureau of Statistics to calculate quarterly CPI, striving to correspond closely with official government numbers. The figure is important because it acts as a timelier indicator of inflation, coming out monthly instead of the quarterly CPI figures. Released one day before interest rate decisions are made, the figure may influence RBA considerations for rate hikes or reductions. As with any gauge of inflation in Australia , a high value in the figure is bullish for the Australian dollar, since real inflationary pressures are usually met by the Reserve Bank of Australia with bullish rate hikes. The headline figure is the month-over-month or annualized inflation rate


04:00
AUD
AUD HIA New Home Sales (MoM) (JUL)
Düşük
-0.4%
0.5%
AUD HIA New Home Sales (MoM) (JUL)
The number of new dwellings sold in the past month. An increase in home sales suggests a growing housing market which will tends to promote the rest of the economy. New Home Sales confirms trends in housing reports that record earlier stages of construction such as Building Approvals and Construction Work Done and is considered a leading indicator for broader economic developments. The headline figure is the percentage change in housing sales from the previous month


04:00
NZD
NZD ANZ Activity Outlook (AUG)
Düşük
12.2
19
NZD ANZ Activity Outlook (AUG)

04:00
NZD
NZD NBNZ Business Confidence (AUG)
Normal
-29.1
-15.3
NZD NBNZ Business Confidence (AUG)
NZD NBNZ Business Confidence

A monthly measure of New Zealand business confidence. A representative sample of New Zealand's businesses is surveyed about their outlook for the next twelve months. Positive sentiment bodes well for the economy, usually associated with higher employment, rising income, and increased investment due to expectations of economic expansion. It is a good early indicator for the direction of the economy, rising before economic boon and falling prior to recessions. Questions covered: business confidence, labor market, interest rates, inflation, and many other economic outlook conditions.


04:00
CNY
CNY Manufacturing PMI (AUG)
Yüksek
49.7
49.7
50.0
CNY Manufacturing PMI (AUG)

04:00
CNY
CNY Non-manufacturing PMI (AUG)
Normal
53.4
53.9
CNY Non-manufacturing PMI (AUG)

04:00
AUD
AUD ANZ Activity Outlook (AUG)
Düşük
12.2
19
AUD ANZ Activity Outlook (AUG)

04:30
AUD
AUD Inventories s.a. (2Q)
Düşük
0.0%
0.2%
0.6%
AUD Inventories s.a. (2Q)

04:30
AUD
AUD Company Operating Profit (QoQ) (2Q)
Düşük
-1.9%
-2.0%
0.2%
AUD Company Operating Profit (QoQ) (2Q)

04:30
AUD
AUD Private Sector Credit (MoM) (JUL)
Düşük
0.6%
0.5%
0.4%
AUD Private Sector Credit (MoM) (JUL)

04:30
AUD
AUD Private Sector Credit (YoY) (JUL)
Normal
6.1%
5.9%
5.9%
AUD Private Sector Credit (YoY) (JUL)

05:19
CNY
CNY Leading Index (JUL)
Normal
98.71
98.71
CNY Leading Index (JUL)

06:00
NZD
NZD Money Supply M3 (YoY) (JUL)
Düşük
9.3%
9.5%
NZD Money Supply M3 (YoY) (JUL)
NZD Money Supply M3 (YoY)

The broadest monetary aggregate, accounting for all New Zealand Dollars in circulation plus bank deposits. As an official measure of the New Zealand 's money supply, M3 will show the immediate impacts of monetary policy actions and can give an indication into the future direction of inflation. An expansion in the monetary base is generally inflationary while a decline will likely have the opposite effect.


07:00
JPY
JPY Vehicle Production (YoY) (JUL)
Düşük
-5.9%
-5.3%
JPY Vehicle Production (YoY) (JUL)

08:00
JPY
JPY Housing Starts (YoY) (JUL)
Normal
7.4%
11.0%
16.3%
JPY Housing Starts (YoY) (JUL)
JPY Annualized Housing Starts

The Housing Starts figure reflects the rate of growth in housing construction. The number of housing starts is an indicator of the strength Japan 's construction sector and a leading indicator for the direction of the economy as a whole. Housing Starts respond quickly to changes in the business cycle, promptly slowing at the onset of a recession and growing at the beginning of an economic boom. A high Housing Starts figure is generally bullish for the economy, as it indicates overall economic growth.


08:00
JPY
JPY Annualized Housing Starts (JUL)
Düşük
0.914M
0.938M
1.033M
JPY Annualized Housing Starts (JUL)
JPY Annualized Housing Starts

The Housing Starts figure reflects the rate of growth in housing construction. The number of housing starts is an indicator of the strength Japan 's construction sector and a leading indicator for the direction of the economy as a whole. Housing Starts respond quickly to changes in the business cycle, promptly slowing at the onset of a recession and growing at the beginning of an economic boom. A high Housing Starts figure is generally bullish for the economy, as it indicates overall economic growth.


08:00
JPY
JPY Construction Orders (YoY) (JUL)
Düşük
-4.0%
15.4%
JPY Construction Orders (YoY) (JUL)
JPY Construction Orders (YoY)

This report provides information on how many orders were received by construction companies to begin work. The report is compiled into three categories, type of firm (private manufacturer, governmental), region, and type of construction project. Since orders for construction serve as one of the earliest signals of expanded housing supply, the report is a leading indicator for the overall housing market. Also, because of the high outlays needed for construction projects high Construction Orders also suggest optimism for corporate or consumer spending. Lastly, due to the multiplier effect housing has on the economy; building indicators are popular leading indicators for the rest of the economy.


09:00
EUR
EUR German Retail Sales (MoM) (JUL)
Düşük
1.4%
1.1%
-2.3%
EUR German Retail Sales (MoM) (JUL)
Measures changes in sales of the German retail sector. Given that consumption makes up a significant portion of German GDP, the Retail Sales figure can act as an indicator of domestic demand. High or rising Retail Sales may spur German consumption, translating into economic growth. However, uncontrolled growth runs the risk of inflationary pressures. Since Germany is a large part of the Euro-zone, German figures may have some impact on the market. The headline figure is expressed in percentage change in the value of sales


09:00
EUR
EUR German Retail Sales (YoY) (JUL)
Normal
3.3%
1.7%
5.1%
EUR German Retail Sales (YoY) (JUL)
Measures changes in sales of the German retail sector. Given that consumption makes up a significant portion of German GDP, the Retail Sales figure can act as an indicator of domestic demand. High or rising Retail Sales may spur German consumption, translating into economic growth. However, uncontrolled growth runs the risk of inflationary pressures. Since Germany is a large part of the Euro-zone, German figures may have some impact on the market. The headline figure is expressed in percentage change in the value of sales


10:00
CHF
CHF KOF Leading Indicator (AUG)
Düşük
100.7
100.3
99.8
CHF KOF Leading Indicator (AUG)

10:00
CHF
CHF Total Sight Deposits (AUG 28)
Düşük
463.9B
463.4B
CHF Total Sight Deposits (AUG 28)

10:00
CHF
CHF Domestic Sight Deposits (AUG 28)
Düşük
396.0B
394.7B
CHF Domestic Sight Deposits (AUG 28)

11:00
EUR
EUR Italian Retail Sales s.a. (MoM) (JUN)
Düşük
-0.3%
-0.2%
EUR Italian Retail Sales s.a. (MoM) (JUN)

11:00
EUR
EUR Italian Retail Sales (YoY) (JUN)
Düşük
1.7%
0.10%
EUR Italian Retail Sales (YoY) (JUN)

12:00
EUR
EUR Euro-Zone Consumer Price Index Estimate (YoY) (AUG)
Yüksek
0.2%
0.1%
0.2%
EUR Euro-Zone Consumer Price Index Estimate (YoY) (AUG)
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 Italian Consumer Price Index (NIC incl. tobacco) (MoM) (AUG P)
Düşük
0.20%
0.10%
-0.10%
EUR Italian Consumer Price Index (NIC incl. tobacco) (MoM) (AUG P)

12:00
EUR
EUR Italian Consumer Price Index (NIC incl. tobacco) (YoY) (AUG P)
Düşük
0.20%
0.10%
0.20%
EUR Italian Consumer Price Index (NIC incl. tobacco) (YoY) (AUG P)

12:00
EUR
EUR Euro-Zone Consumer Price Index - Core (YoY) (AUG A)
Yüksek
1.0%
0.9%
1.0%
EUR Euro-Zone Consumer Price Index - Core (YoY) (AUG A)
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 Italian Consumer Price Index - EU Harmonized (MoM) (AUG P)
Düşük
0.0%
-0.2%
-2.0%
EUR Italian Consumer Price Index - EU Harmonized (MoM) (AUG P)

12:00
EUR
EUR Italian Consumer Price Index - EU Harmonized (YoY) (AUG P)
Düşük
0.50%
0.20%
0.30%
EUR Italian Consumer Price Index - EU Harmonized (YoY) (AUG P)

13:00
EUR
EUR Italian Producer Price Index (YoY) (JUL)
Düşük
-3.10%
EUR Italian Producer Price Index (YoY) (JUL)

13:00
EUR
EUR Italian Producer Price Index (MoM) (JUL)
Düşük
-0.30%
EUR Italian Producer Price Index (MoM) (JUL)

15:30
CAD
CAD Current Account (BoP) (Canadian dollar) (2Q)
Düşük
-$17.4B
-$16.90B
-$18.15B
CAD Current Account (BoP) (Canadian dollar) (2Q)
Summarizes the flow of goods and services, income payments, and transfers in and out of Canada. The report acts as a gauge of how Canada's economy interacts with the rest of the world. Where the other side of the Balance of Payments, the Capital and Financial Accounts, deals mainly with financial assets and investments, the Current Account gives a detailed breakdown of how the country intermingles with rest of the global economy on a practical, 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 Canada exceeds capital leaving the country. A negative value (current account deficit) means that there is a net capital outflow from these sources. Persistent Current Account deficits may lead to a natural depreciation of a currency, as trade, income and transfer payments usually reflect Canadian dollars leaving the country to make payments in a foreign currency (just as underlying surpluses act as an appreciating weight). Canada has a historically had an export oriented economy and has relied on exports (particularly oil) as the engine for economic expansion. To this day, trade surpluses form the foundation of Canadian 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 quarterly about two months after the reporting period. Additionally, many of the components that lead to the final Current Account production and trade figures are known well in advance. Lastly, since the report reflects data for a specific reporting quarter, any significant developments in the Current Account should plausibly have been already felt during that quarter and not during the release of data.


16:00
USD
USD NAPM-Milwaukee (AUG)
Düşük
47.67
50
47.12
USD NAPM-Milwaukee (AUG)

16:00
USD
USD ISM Milwaukee (AUG)
Düşük
47.67
50.00
47.12
USD ISM Milwaukee (AUG)

16:45
USD
USD Chicago Purchasing Manager (AUG)
Düşük
54.4
54.5
54.7
USD Chicago Purchasing Manager (AUG)
Monthly measure of the business conditions based on surveys of purchasing managers across Illinois, Indiana and Michigan. Released on the last business day of the reporting month, the report's significance has recently declined, with its only significance being that it precedes the more anticipated ISM report. Subsequently, it is used to predict the ISM report as the Chicago survey retains a high correlation with the broader economic release. Referring to a benchmark of 50, the report is considered to reflect expansion when printing a reading of 50 or higher. Conversely, a reading of 49 and lower would be indicative of contraction


17:30
USD
USD Dallas Fed Manufacturing Activity (AUG)
Düşük
-15.8
-3.8
-4.6
USD Dallas Fed Manufacturing Activity (AUG)

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01:45
NZD
NZD Terms of Trade Index (QoQ) (2Q)
Düşük
1.3%
-2.5%
1.2%
NZD Terms of Trade Index (QoQ) (2Q)
NZD Terms of Trade Index (QoQ)

Measures how favorable New Zealand 's terms of trade are. The terms of trade figure is calculated as the ratio of an export to the price of an import, per commodity. A higher value is generally bullish for the New Zealand economy, signifying that the products New Zealand exports are worth more than the products it imports. Stronger terms of trade can result from increased demand for New Zealand exports or increased demand for the New Zealand dollar, both of which are beneficial for the New Zealand economy. The figure can be important to market participants because New Zealand relies so highly on exports.


02:30
AUD
AUD ANZ Roy Morgan Weekly Consumer Confidence Index (AUG 30)
Düşük
113.3
113
AUD ANZ Roy Morgan Weekly Consumer Confidence Index (AUG 30)

02:30
AUD
AUD AiG Performance of Manufacturing Index (AUG)
Normal
51.7
50.4
AUD AiG Performance of Manufacturing Index (AUG)

02:50
JPY
JPY Capital Spending (2Q)
Normal
5.6%
8.8%
7.3%
JPY Capital Spending (2Q)
JPY Capital Spending

The capital spending figure including software tracks all investment by Japanese corporations in new capital including expenditure on software, electronics and IT-related products. Capital spending including software is separate from regular capital spending because software is significantly different investment than traditional forms of capital such as machinery. Software is not physical capital, has little or no resale value, and generally becomes obsolete far faster than traditional capital. Overall, capital spending serves as an important indicator of growth and plays large part in GDP. This means that as capital spending increases it signals a corporate expansion and leads to future growth in the Japanese economy. Furthermore, as a gauge of corporate spending this figure is also indicative of business confidence. The headline figure is the percentage change from the previous year.


02:50
JPY
JPY Capital Spending excl Software (2Q)
Normal
6.6%
10.9%
8.1%
JPY Capital Spending excl Software (2Q)
JPY Capital Spending excl Software

The investment in new capital by Japanese corporations. Capital spending serves as an important indicator of growth, and plays large part in GDP. As capital spending increases it also suggests optimism in the economy. B usinesses and consumers o verall are apt to purchase expensive capital only when they foresee an expansion that would rationalize the expenditure. This is therefore one of the earliest signals of significant corporate escalation that can lead to real growth in the Japanese economy.


02:50
JPY
JPY Company Profits (2Q)
Düşük
23.8%
2.2%
0.4%
JPY Company Profits (2Q)

02:50
JPY
JPY Company Sales (2Q)
Düşük
1.1%
-0.5%
JPY Company Sales (2Q)

03:00
NZD
NZD QV House Prices (YoY) (AUG)
Düşük
11.3%
10.1%
NZD QV House Prices (YoY) (AUG)

03:00
USD
USD Domestic Vehicle Sales (AUG)
Düşük
13.70M
13.92M
USD Domestic Vehicle Sales (AUG)

03:00
JPY
JPY Official Reserve Assets (AUG)
Düşük
$1242.3B
JPY Official Reserve Assets (AUG)

04:00
CNY
CNY Manufacturing PMI (AUG)
Yüksek
49.7
49.7
50.0
CNY Manufacturing PMI (AUG)

04:00
CNY
CNY Non-manufacturing PMI (AUG)
Normal
53.4
53.9
CNY Non-manufacturing PMI (AUG)

04:30
AUD
AUD Current Account Balance (Australian Dollar) (2Q)
Düşük
-19.0B
-15.9B
-13.5B
AUD Current Account Balance (Australian Dollar) (2Q)
Describes the flow of all goods and services, income, and transfer payments to and from Australia. This figure acts as a gauge of how Australia 's economy interacts with the rest of the world. Whereas the other side of the Balance of Payments, the Capital and Financial Accounts, deals mainly with financial assets and investments, the Current Account gives a detailed breakdown of how the country intermingles with rest of the global economy on a practical, non-investment basis. The Current Account is comprised of the value of 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 Australia exceeds the capital leaving Australia. A negative value (current account deficit) means that there is a net capital outflow from these sources. Persistent Current Account deficits may lead to a natural depreciation of a currency, as trade, income and transfer payments usually reflect Australian dollars leaving the country to make payments in a foreign currency (just as underlying surpluses act as an appreciating weight). 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 every quarter. In addition, many of the components that lead to the final Current Account production and trade figures are known well in advance. Lastly, since the report reflect data for a specific reporting month, any significant developments in the Current Account should plausibly have been felt during that quarter and not during the release of data. 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 Australian economy interacts internationally, breaking down these interactions into separate components that can be tracked and often anticipated. Thus the weight of the Current Account has led it to historically be one of the more important reports out of Australia. The figure appears in headlines as the Current Account balance in billions of Aussie Dollars


04:30
AUD
AUD Net Exports of GDP (2Q)
Düşük
-0.6
-0.3
0.5
AUD Net Exports of GDP (2Q)

04:30
AUD
AUD Building Approvals (MoM) (JUL)
Düşük
4.2%
3.0%
-5.2%
AUD Building Approvals (MoM) (JUL)
The number of domestic building permits granted for the month. Strong growth in new approvals and permits indicates a growing housing market. Because real estate generally leads economic developments - housing tends to thrive at the start of booms and wane at the onset of recession - the figure can be used with others to forecast future growth in the economy as a whole. For this reason Business Approvals is one of eight components used to construct the Conference Board Leading Index, a widely used index to forecast Australia 's economic course. A strong housing market also tends to lead consumer spending. The headline number is the seasonally adjusted percentage change in new building approvals from the previous month


04:30
AUD
AUD Building Approvals (YoY) (JUL)
Düşük
13.4%
10.1%
13.5%
AUD Building Approvals (YoY) (JUL)
The number of domestic building permits granted for the month. Strong growth in new approvals and permits indicates a growing housing market. Because real estate generally leads economic developments - housing tends to thrive at the start of booms and wane at the onset of recession - the figure can be used with others to forecast future growth in the economy as a whole. For this reason Business Approvals is one of eight components used to construct the Conference Board Leading Index, a widely used index to forecast Australia 's economic course. A strong housing market also tends to lead consumer spending. The headline number is the seasonally adjusted percentage change in new building approvals from the previous month


04:35
CNY
CNY Caixin China PMI Mfg (AUG F)
Düşük
51.9
CNY Caixin China PMI Mfg (AUG F)

04:35
JPY
JPY Nikkei Japan PMI Mfg (AUG F)
Düşük
51.7
51.9
JPY Nikkei Japan PMI Mfg (AUG F)

04:45
CNY
CNY Caixin China PMI Mfg (AUG F)
Normal
47.3
47.1
47.1
CNY Caixin China PMI Mfg (AUG F)

04:45
CNY
CNY Caixin China PMI Composite (AUG)
Normal
48.8
50.2
CNY Caixin China PMI Composite (AUG)

04:45
CNY
CNY Caixin China PMI Composite (AUG F)
Normal
47.2
47.1
CNY Caixin China PMI Composite (AUG F)

04:45
CNY
CNY Caixin China PMI Services (AUG)
Normal
51.5
53.8
CNY Caixin China PMI Services (AUG)

04:45
JPY
JPY Official Reserve Assets (AUG)
Düşük
53.8
JPY Official Reserve Assets (AUG)

07:30
AUD
AUD Reserve Bank of Australia Rate Decision (SEP 1)
Yüksek
2.00%
2.00%
2.00%
AUD Reserve Bank of Australia Rate Decision (SEP 1)
AUD Reserve Bank of Australia Rate Decision

The Reserve Bank of Australia 's Cash Rate Target decision has a huge influence on its financial markets. Changes in rates affect interest rates in consumer loans, mortgages, and bond rates. Since short term interest rates essentially reflect the return on holding a currency, rate decisions usually affect the exchange rate of the Australian Dollar. Increases in rates or even expectations for increases tend to cause the Australian Dollar to appreciate, while rate decreases cause the currency to depreciate.


08:00
JPY
JPY Vehicle Sales (YoY) (AUG)
Düşük
2.3%
-1.3%
JPY Vehicle Sales (YoY) (AUG)

09:30
AUD
Commodity Index AUD (AUG)
Düşük
79.5
Commodity Index AUD (AUG)

09:30
AUD
AUD RBA Commodity Index SDR (YoY) (AUG)
Düşük
-20.9%
-19.1%
AUD RBA Commodity Index SDR (YoY) (AUG)

09:30
AUD
AUD Commodity Index AUD (AUG)
Düşük
79.7
79.5
AUD Commodity Index AUD (AUG)

10:30
CHF
CHF SVME-Purchasing Managers Index (AUG)
Normal
52.2
49.8
48.7
CHF SVME-Purchasing Managers Index (AUG)
Tracks trends in the Swiss Manufacturing sector. The Purchasing Manager's Index attracts market attention as a leading indicator for the Swiss output. The figure is very sensitive to the business cycle and tends to match growth or decline in the economy as a whole. To construct the PMI the Swiss Association of Purchasing and Materials Management each month surveys hundreds of executives on their procurement expectations for the following month. Because the amount of materials ordered by purchasing managers parallels the level of manufacturing production, the PMI is a gauge of production growth. The results are indexed with a centerline of 50; values above 50 indicate expectations of expansion and values below 50 indicate expectations of contraction for the manufacturing sector


10:45
EUR
EUR Markit/ADACI Italy Manufacturing PMI (AUG)
Düşük
53.8
55
55.3
EUR Markit/ADACI Italy Manufacturing PMI (AUG)

10:50
EUR
EUR Markit France Manufacturing PMI (AUG F)
Düşük
48.3
48.6
48.6
EUR Markit France Manufacturing PMI (AUG F)

10:55
EUR
EUR German Unemployment Change (AUG)
Yüksek
-7K
-4K
8K
EUR German Unemployment Change (AUG)

10:55
EUR
EUR German Unemployment Rate s.a. (AUG)
Yüksek
6.4%
6.4%
6.4%
EUR German Unemployment Rate s.a. (AUG)
The percentage of individuals in the labor force who are without a job but actively seeking one. A higher Unemployment Rate is generally a drain on the economy. Not only does it mean that resources are not being fully utilized, but it also results in lower consumer spending as there are fewer workers receiving paychecks. Note: The unemployment rate generally moves slowly, so changes of only a few tenths of a percent are still considered significant. Also note that the unemployment rate does not account for discouraged workers. Therefore, in an economically depressed environment, such as that which occurred in Cold War era East Germany , the Unemployment Rate may not accurately reflect the extent of problems


10:55
EUR
EUR Markit/BME Germany Manufacturing PMI (AUG F)
Düşük
53.3
53.2
53.2
EUR Markit/BME Germany Manufacturing PMI (AUG F)

11:00
EUR
Markit Eurozone Manufacturing PMI (AUG F)
Düşük
52.4
52.4
Markit Eurozone Manufacturing PMI (AUG F)

11:00
EUR
EUR Italian Unemployment Rate (JUL P)
Düşük
12.70%
12.70%
EUR Italian Unemployment Rate (JUL P)

11:00
EUR
EUR Italian Unemployment Rate s.a. (2Q)
Düşük
12.4%
12.5%
12.3%
EUR Italian Unemployment Rate s.a. (2Q)

11:00
EUR
EUR Markit Eurozone Manufacturing PMI (AUG F)
Düşük
52.3
52.4
52.4
EUR Markit Eurozone Manufacturing PMI (AUG F)

11:00
EUR
EUR Unemployment Rate (JUL P)
Normal
12.7%
12.7%
EUR Unemployment Rate (JUL P)

11:00
EUR
EUR Italy Unemployment Rate (JUL P)
Normal
12.0%
12.7%
12.5%
EUR Italy Unemployment Rate (JUL P)

11:30
GBP
GBP Markit UK PMI Manufacturing s.a. (AUG)
Normal
51.5
52
51.9
GBP Markit UK PMI Manufacturing s.a. (AUG)

11:30
GBP
GBP Mortgage Approvals (JUL)
Normal
68.76
68.1K
67.07K
GBP Mortgage Approvals (JUL)

11:30
GBP
GBP Net Consumer Credit (JUL)
Normal
1.173B
1.2B
1.230B
GBP Net Consumer Credit (JUL)

11:30
GBP
GBP Net Lending Sec. on Dwellings (JUL)
Normal
2.7B
2.7B
2.6B
GBP Net Lending Sec. on Dwellings (JUL)

11:30
GBP
GBP M4 Money Supply (MoM) (JUL)
Düşük
1.00%
-0.50%
GBP M4 Money Supply (MoM) (JUL)

11:30
GBP
GBP M4 Money Supply (YoY) (JUL)
Düşük
0.6%
-0.30%
GBP M4 Money Supply (YoY) (JUL)

11:30
GBP
GBP M4 Ex IOFCs 3M Annualised (JUL)
Düşük
3.70%
3.90%
GBP M4 Ex IOFCs 3M Annualised (JUL)

11:30
GBP
GBP Markit UK PMI Manufacturing SA (AUG)
Normal
52.0
51.9
GBP Markit UK PMI Manufacturing SA (AUG)

12:00
EUR
EUR Euro-Zone Unemployment Rate (JUL)
Normal
10.9%
11.1%
11.1%
EUR Euro-Zone Unemployment Rate (JUL)
Reports the cumulative percentage of unemployed individuals in the Euro-zone nations. A low or falling unemployment rate is associated with increased expenditure, given that more people are employed and have incoming wages. Increased expenditure encourages economic growth, which can spark inflation. The figure acts as a significant indicator of the region's economic activity, particularly because it is released earlier than the GDP. However, because unemployment rates for member countries are released well before the aggregate Euro-zone rate, the figure often receives less attention


12:00
EUR
EUR Italian Gross Domestic Product s.a. and w.d.a. (QoQ) (2Q F)
Düşük
0.3%
0.2%
0.3%
EUR Italian Gross Domestic Product s.a. and w.d.a. (QoQ) (2Q F)

12:00
EUR
EUR Italian Gross Domestic Product s.a. and w.d.a. (YoY) (2Q F)
Düşük
0.7%
0.5%
0.7%
EUR Italian Gross Domestic Product s.a. and w.d.a. (YoY) (2Q F)

15:30
CAD
CAD Gross Domestic Product (MoM) (JUN)
Normal
0.20%
-0.20%
CAD Gross Domestic Product (MoM) (JUN)
A comprehensive measure of a Canada 's overall production and consumption of goods and services. GDP is a significant report in FX Market, serving as one of the primary indicators of a country's overall economic health. Robust GDP growth signals a heightened level of economic activity and often a higher demand for the domestic currency. At the same time, economic expansion raises concerns about inflationary pressures which may prompt monetary authorities to increase interest rates. Thus positive GDP readings are generally bullish for the Canadian Dollar, while negative readings are generally bearish. Most production reports that lead to Canadian GDP are released before the official GDP number. Therefore, actual GDP figures usually confirm expectations. However, an unexpected release can move markets due to the significance of the figure


15:30
CAD
CAD Gross Domestic Product (YoY) (JUN)
Yüksek
0.50%
0.50%
CAD Gross Domestic Product (YoY) (JUN)

15:30
CAD
CAD Quarterly Gross Domestic Product Annualized (2Q)
Yüksek
-0.5%
-1.0%
-0.8%
CAD Quarterly Gross Domestic Product Annualized (2Q)
A comprehensive measure of a Canada 's overall production and consumption of goods and services. GDP is a significant report in FX Market, serving as one of the primary indicators of a country's overall economic health. Robust GDP growth signals a heightened level of economic activity and often a higher demand for the domestic currency. At the same time, economic expansion raises concerns about inflationary pressures which may prompt monetary authorities to increase interest rates. Thus positive GDP readings are generally bullish for the Canadian Dollar, while negative readings are generally bearish. Most production reports that lead to Canadian GDP are released before the official GDP number. Therefore, actual GDP figures usually confirm expectations. However, an unexpected release can move markets due to the significance of the figure


15:30
CAD
CAD Gross Domestic Product (MoM) (JUN) (JUN)
Normal
0.5%
0.2%
-0.2%
CAD Gross Domestic Product (MoM) (JUN) (JUN)

15:30
CAD
CAD Gross Domestic Product (YoY) (JUN) (JUN)
Yüksek
0.6%
0.4%
0.5%
CAD Gross Domestic Product (YoY) (JUN) (JUN)

16:30
CAD
CAD RBC Canadian Manufacturing PMI (AUG)
Normal
49.4
50.8
CAD RBC Canadian Manufacturing PMI (AUG)

16:45
USD
USD Markit US Manufacturing PMI (AUG F)
Düşük
53.0
52.9
52.9
USD Markit US Manufacturing PMI (AUG F)

17:00
USD
USD Construction Spending (MoM) (JUL)
Normal
0.7%
0.6%
0.7%
USD Construction Spending (MoM) (JUL)
Construction spending gauges the level of construction activity in the United States . The Construction Spending report looks at both residential and non-residential construction. The construction industry makes a significant contribution to the United States GDP in the form of investment expenditure as well as stimulus of industries related to building. Furthermore, since builders are unlikely to pour money into construction projects unless they feel the economy favors their investment, changes in business sentiment like this are usually quickly seen in construction figures. However, the report has little significance for market participants because of its untimely release. By the time the report is announced other reports, such building permits and building starts have already provided similar information. The report headline is the percentage change from the previous month. Technical notes: The construction industry is a major force to the United States economy, even without including non-construction businesses that are tied to building, such as finance, the furnishing industry, appliance industry and other manufacturing. Private Construction activity can be an effective indicator of business confidence


17:00
USD
USD IBD/TIPP Economic Optimism (SEP)
Düşük
42.0
47.5
46.9
USD IBD/TIPP Economic Optimism (SEP)

17:00
USD
USD ISM Manufacturing (AUG)
Yüksek
51.1
52.5
52.7
USD ISM Manufacturing (AUG)
USD ISM Manufacturing

The ISM Manufacturing Survey is valued for its timeliness, and indeed, during waning boom cycles analyst point out that ISM tends to be one of the biggest market moving economic releases. The reasoning lies within the ISM's Prices Paid and Employment subcomponents. These components reflect sentiment towards inflation and labor conditions - two of the market's most significant health indicators. Given that the ISM's timeliness, the information gleaned from such components precedes other market data (like Non-Farm Payrolls or CPI), making the ISM a significant indicator. The headline figure is expressed as a diffusion index based on survey responses. For each category (production, new orders etc.), the index is calculated by adding the percentage of executive responding "higher" with half the percentage of "no change" responses, and subtracting the percentage of "lower" responses. The ISM manufacturing indicator is the aggregate of the results for all categories.


17:00
USD
USD ISM Prices Paid (AUG)
Normal
39
39
44
USD ISM Prices Paid (AUG)
USD ISM Prices Paid

The ISM Manufacturing Survey is valued for its timeliness, and indeed, during waning boom cycles analyst point out that ISM tends to be one of the biggest market moving economic releases. The reasoning lies within the ISM's Prices Paid and Employment subcomponents. These components reflect sentiment towards inflation and labor conditions - two of the market's most significant health indicators. Given that the ISM's timeliness, the information gleaned from such components precedes other market data (like Non-Farm Payrolls or CPI), making the ISM a significant indicator. The headline figure is expressed as a diffusion index based on survey responses. For each category (production, new orders etc.), the index is calculated by adding the percentage of executive responding "higher" with half the percentage of "no change" responses, and subtracting the percentage of "lower" responses. The ISM manufacturing indicator is the aggregate of the results for all categories.


19:00
EUR
EUR Italian New Car Registrations (YoY) (AUG)
Düşük
14.54%
EUR Italian New Car Registrations (YoY) (AUG)

19:00
EUR
EUR Italian Budget Balance (euros) (AUG)
Düşük
-2.2B
EUR Italian Budget Balance (euros) (AUG)

20:10
USD
USD Fed's Rosengren to Speak on Economic Outlook
Düşük
USD Fed's Rosengren to Speak on Economic Outlook

20:10
USD
USD Fed's Rosengren to Speak on Economic Outlook in NYC
Düşük
USD Fed's Rosengren to Speak on Economic Outlook in NYC

22:00
USD
USD Domestic Vehicle Sales (AUG)
Düşük
13.80M
13.70M
13.92M
USD Domestic Vehicle Sales (AUG)

22:00
USD
USD Total Vehicle Sales (AUG)
Düşük
17.72M
17.30M
17.46M
USD Total Vehicle Sales (AUG)

02 Eylül 2015 Çarşamba
02:50
JPY
JPY Monetary Base (YoY) (AUG)
Normal
33.3%
32.8%
JPY Monetary Base (YoY) (AUG)
JPY Monetary Base (YoY)

Currency supplied by the Bank of Japan. The Monetary Base includes all banknotes and coins in circulation plus all currency held as deposits by the Bank of Japan. As an official measure of the Japanese money supply, the Monetary Base will show the immediate impacts of monetary policy actions and can give an indication into the future direction of inflation. An expansion in the monetary base is generally inflationary while a decline will likely have the opposite effect.


02:50
JPY
JPY Monetary Base End of period (AUG)
Normal
¥327.4T
¥325.7T
JPY Monetary Base End of period (AUG)

03:00
USD
USD Total Vehicle Sales (AUG)
Düşük
17.30M
17.46M
USD Total Vehicle Sales (AUG)

03:00
USD
USD Domestic Vehicle Sales (AUG)
Düşük
13.70M
13.92M
USD Domestic Vehicle Sales (AUG)

04:00
CNY
CNY Manufacturing PMI (AUG)
Yüksek
49.7
50
CNY Manufacturing PMI (AUG)

04:00
CNY
CNY Non-manufacturing PMI (AUG)
Normal
53.9
CNY Non-manufacturing PMI (AUG)

04:00
NZD
NZD ANZ Commodity Price (AUG)
Düşük
-5.2%
-5.5%
NZD ANZ Commodity Price (AUG)
Measures the monthly price change of New Zealand 's seventeen main commodity exports. Given that the exports act as the driving force of New Zealand 's economy, changes in their prices can affect GDP and exchange rates. An increase in export prices may suggest a strengthening of the Dollar as foreigners pay relatively more for New Zealand 's exports. Conversely, falling export prices may indicate a decline in demand for New Zealand commodities; weakening the exchange rate. The headline value is the percentage change in the index from the previous month. Because the figure measures price changes in commodity goods, it acts as an early indicator of price changes. As such an early indicator the figure is useful in predicting future price direction


04:30
AUD
AUD Gross Domestic Product (QoQ) (2Q)
Normal
0.2%
0.4%
0.9%
AUD Gross Domestic Product (QoQ) (2Q)
The market value of all final goods and services produced in Australia during a specific period. The growth rate of GDP is used as a broad gauge of the overall economic health. Robust GDP growth signals a heightened level of activity that is generally associated with a healthy economy. However, economic expansion also raises concerns about inflationary pressures, and strong GDP growth may induces the Australian central bank to raise interest rates in order to combat inflation. As a result, positive GDP readings are typically bullish for the Australian dollar, while slumping GDP growth is usually bearish. The headline figure for GDP is an annualized percentage growth rate


04:30
AUD
AUD Gross Domestic Product (YoY) (2Q)
Yüksek
2.0%
2.2%
2.5%
AUD Gross Domestic Product (YoY) (2Q)
The market value of all final goods and services produced in Australia during a specific period. The growth rate of GDP is used as a broad gauge of the overall economic health. Robust GDP growth signals a heightened level of activity that is generally associated with a healthy economy. However, economic expansion also raises concerns about inflationary pressures, and strong GDP growth may induces the Australian central bank to raise interest rates in order to combat inflation. As a result, positive GDP readings are typically bullish for the Australian dollar, while slumping GDP growth is usually bearish. The headline figure for GDP is an annualized percentage growth rate


11:30
GBP
GBP Markit/CIPS UK Construction PMI (AUG)
Normal
57.3
57.5
57.1
GBP Markit/CIPS UK Construction PMI (AUG)

12:00
EUR
EUR Euro-Zone Producer Price Index (MoM) (JUL)
Düşük
-0.1%
-0.1%
-0.1%
EUR Euro-Zone Producer Price Index (MoM) (JUL)
Measures changes in the selling prices of goods and services used by Euro-zone producers. Because producers tend to pass on higher costs to consumers as higher retail prices, the PPI is an early indicator of inflation. A higher PPI, especially when combined with high figures for other measures of inflation, will make the European Central Bank more inclined to raise interest rates. A low or falling PPI is indicative of declining prices, and may suggest an economic slowdown. The Index headline is expressed as a month over month or annualized percentage change. Note: The Euro-zone PPI excludes construction industry because it is vulnerable to seasonal price volatility that can distort index results


12:00
EUR
EUR Euro-Zone Producer Price Index (YoY) (JUL)
Düşük
-2.1%
-2.1%
-2.1%
EUR Euro-Zone Producer Price Index (YoY) (JUL)
Measures changes in the selling prices of goods and services used by Euro-zone producers. Because producers tend to pass on higher costs to consumers as higher retail prices, the PPI is an early indicator of inflation. A higher PPI, especially when combined with high figures for other measures of inflation, will make the European Central Bank more inclined to raise interest rates. A low or falling PPI is indicative of declining prices, and may suggest an economic slowdown. The Index headline is expressed as a month over month or annualized percentage change. Note: The Euro-zone PPI excludes construction industry because it is vulnerable to seasonal price volatility that can distort index results


14:00
USD
USD MBA Mortgage Applications (AUG 28) (AUG 28)
Normal
0.20%
USD MBA Mortgage Applications (AUG 28) (AUG 28)

14:00
USD
USD MBA Mortgage Applications (AUG 28)
Normal
11.3%
0.2%
USD MBA Mortgage Applications (AUG 28)
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.


15:15
USD
USD ADP Employment Change (AUG)
Normal
190K
200K
177K
USD ADP Employment Change (AUG)

15:30
USD
USD Non-Farm Productivity (2Q F)
Düşük
3.3%
2.8%
1.3%
USD Non-Farm Productivity (2Q F)

15:30
USD
USD Unit Labor Costs (2Q F)
Düşük
-1.4%
-1.2%
0.5%
USD Unit Labor Costs (2Q F)
Measures changes in the actual dollar cost firms pay for employees to make a uniform output. Since labor costs make up such a sizeable portion of business' production costs, trends in this figure are significant to wage pressures. High or rising labor costs are often passed to consumers in higher final prices, causing inflation. As a result, rising Unit Labor Costs often act as an early indicator of inflation, making it the key indicator in the Productivity and Costs report. The figure is reported in headlines as a percentage change from previous quarters


16:45
USD
USD ISM New York (AUG)
Düşük
51.1
68.8
USD ISM New York (AUG)

17:00
USD
USD Factory Orders Ex Trans (JUL)
Düşük
-0.6%
0.6%
USD Factory Orders Ex Trans (JUL)

17:00
USD
USD Factory Orders (JUL)
Normal
0.4%
0.9%
2.2%
USD Factory Orders (JUL)
Dollar volume of new orders, shipments, unfilled orders and inventories as reported by domestic manufacturers. Factor Orders is not a widely watched economic release. The Advance Release on Durable Goods Activity reported one week earlier tends grab more market attention, given that durable goods make up more than half of factory orders. Factor Orders does provide a comprehensive look at the manufacturing sector. Specifically, the New Orders figure can act as a gauge of demand across industries while Shipments are indicative of supply. The Unfilled Orders and Inventory figures reconcile the balance between New Orders and Shipments; high Shipments are indicative of an excess of demand relative to supply, high Inventories signal an excess of supply over demand. Figures are reported in billions of dollars and also in percent change from the previous month


17:30
USD
USD DOE U.S. Crude Oil Inventories (AUG 28)
Düşük
4667K
900K
-5452K
USD DOE U.S. Crude Oil Inventories (AUG 28)

17:30
USD
USD DOE Cushing OK Crude Inventory (AUG 28)
Düşük
-388K
400K
256K
USD DOE Cushing OK Crude Inventory (AUG 28)

17:30
USD
USD DOE U.S. Gasoline Inventories (AUG 28)
Düşük
-271K
-2000K
1660K
USD DOE U.S. Gasoline Inventories (AUG 28)

17:30
USD
USD DOE U.S. Distillate Inventory (AUG 28)
Düşük
115K
1000K
1436K
USD DOE U.S. Distillate Inventory (AUG 28)

17:30
USD
USD DOE U.S. Refinery Utilization (AUG 28)
Düşük
-0.60%
USD DOE U.S. Refinery Utilization (AUG 28)

17:30
USD
USD DOE Crude Oil Implied Demand (AUG 28)
Düşük
17315
USD DOE Crude Oil Implied Demand (AUG 28)

17:30
USD
USD DOE Gasoline Implied Demand (AUG 28)
Düşük
9607.6
USD DOE Gasoline Implied Demand (AUG 28)

17:30
USD
USD DOE Distillate Implied Demand (AUG 28)
Düşük
4823.9
USD DOE Distillate Implied Demand (AUG 28)

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

03 Eylül 2015 Perşembe
01:45
NZD
NZD Value of All Buildings SA (QoQ) (2Q)
Düşük
1.6%
0.5%
1.8%
NZD Value of All Buildings SA (QoQ) (2Q)

02:30
AUD
AUD AiG Performance of Service Index (AUG)
Normal
55.6
54.1
AUD AiG Performance of Service Index (AUG)
Tracks monthly developments in the Australian services sector, condensing data into an overall boom or bust index. The composite index is based on the surveys for sales, new orders, employment, inventories and deliveries, compiled by American International Group. The AIG Performance of Service Index excludes industrial manufacturing sectors that tend to be volatile and seasonal, giving a clean picture of Australia's service sector that accounts for a majority of Aussie GDP. The headline number uses a 50 baseline, where above 50 signifies growth, while a number below 50 shows a contraction in the services sector


02:50
JPY
JPY Japan Buying Foreign Bonds (Yen) (AUG 28) (AUG 28)
Normal
-¥273.8B
JPY Japan Buying Foreign Bonds (Yen) (AUG 28) (AUG 28)

02:50
JPY
JPY Japan Buying Foreign Stocks (Yen) (AUG 28) (AUG 28)
Normal
¥258.1B
JPY Japan Buying Foreign Stocks (Yen) (AUG 28) (AUG 28)

02:50
JPY
JPY Foreign Buying Japan Bonds (Yen) (AUG 28) (AUG 28)
Düşük
-¥5.3B
JPY Foreign Buying Japan Bonds (Yen) (AUG 28) (AUG 28)

02:50
JPY
JPY Foreign Buying Japan Stocks (Yen) (AUG 28) (AUG 28)
Düşük
-¥461.9B
JPY Foreign Buying Japan Stocks (Yen) (AUG 28) (AUG 28)

02:50
JPY
JPY Japan Buying Foreign Stocks (Yen) (AUG 28)
Normal
¥582.7B
¥258.1B
JPY Japan Buying Foreign Stocks (Yen) (AUG 28)

02:50
JPY
JPY Foreign Buying Japan Bonds (Yen) (AUG 28)
Düşük
¥230.1B
-¥5.3B
JPY Foreign Buying Japan Bonds (Yen) (AUG 28)

02:50
JPY
JPY Foreign Buying Japan Stocks (Yen) (AUG 28)
Düşük
-¥630.3B
-¥462.8B
JPY Foreign Buying Japan Stocks (Yen) (AUG 28)

02:50
JPY
JPY Japan Buying Foreign Bonds (Yen) (AUG 28)
Normal
¥900.3B
-¥273.8B
JPY Japan Buying Foreign Bonds (Yen) (AUG 28)

03:00
USD
USD Total Vehicle Sales (AUG)
Düşük
17.30M
17.46M
USD Total Vehicle Sales (AUG)

04:30
AUD
AUD Trade Balance (Australian dollar) (JUL)
Normal
-2460M
-3160M
-3050M
AUD Trade Balance (Australian dollar) (JUL)
The trade balance figure is simply the difference between the amount of export and imports of Australian goods and services for the reported month with Australia and other foreign trade partners. Subsequently, when exports are greater than imports, or positive net exports, a trade surplus is created. However, when imports are greater than exports, a deficit is created. Simply put, here, there is more money leaving the country than actually coming in. As a result, the report is taken into heavy consideration as it indicates flow of goods and services and stand as one of the biggest components of the Balance of Payments report. There are a number of factors that work to diminish the market impact of Australian Trade Balance. The report is not very timely, released nearly a month after the reporting period. In addition, developments in many of the figure's components are usually 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 the month and not during the release of data. Despite these considerations, the Trade Balance is essential to forecasting long term trends in foreign exchange rates and has historically been one of the more important reports out of Australia. The Trade Balance is reported in headlines seasonally adjusted, usually in millions of AUD. Technical Note: More specifically, Trade Balance is the aggregate of two separate balances: visible and invisible trade balance. Visible trade covers physical goods where invisible trade covers intangibles like services.


04:30
AUD
AUD Retail Sales s.a. (MoM) (JUL)
Normal
-0.1%
0.4%
0.6%
AUD Retail Sales s.a. (MoM) (JUL)
Measure of the total sales of goods and services by retail stores in Australia. Retail Sales is an important measure of consumer spending and inflationary pressures in Australia. Steady increases in retail sales apply significant inflationary pressures to consumer prices. With Retail Trade being the foremost indicator for consumer spending, this figure is extremely important in understanding Australia's economy. The headline number percentage change in Retail Sales from that of the previous month


04:30
JPY
JPY BOJ Kiuchi will speak in Aomori
Düşük
JPY BOJ Kiuchi will speak in Aomori

04:35
JPY
JPY Nikkei Japan PMI Services (AUG)
Normal
53.7
51.2
JPY Nikkei Japan PMI Services (AUG)

04:35
JPY
JPY Nikkei Japan PMI Composite (AUG)
Normal
52.9
51.5
JPY Nikkei Japan PMI Composite (AUG)

08:30
EUR
EUR French ILO Mainland Unemployment Rate (2Q)
Düşük
10.0%
10.0%
EUR French ILO Mainland Unemployment Rate (2Q)

08:30
EUR
EUR French ILO Unemployment Rate (2Q)
Düşük
10.30%
10.30%
EUR French ILO Unemployment Rate (2Q)

08:30
EUR
EUR French Mainland Unemployment Change (2Q)
Düşük
-38K
EUR French Mainland Unemployment Change (2Q)

10:45
EUR
EUR Markit/ADACI Italy Services PMI (AUG)
Düşük
54.6
52.5
52
EUR Markit/ADACI Italy Services PMI (AUG)

10:45
EUR
EUR Markit/ADACI Italy Composite PMI (AUG)
Düşük
55.0
53.1
53.5
EUR Markit/ADACI Italy Composite PMI (AUG)

10:50
EUR
EUR Markit France Services PMI (AUG F)
Düşük
50.6
51.8
51.8
EUR Markit France Services PMI (AUG F)

10:50
EUR
EUR Markit France Composite PMI (AUG F)
Düşük
50.2
51.3
51.3
EUR Markit France Composite PMI (AUG F)

10:55
EUR
EUR Markit Germany Services PMI (AUG F)
Düşük
54.9
53.6
53.6
EUR Markit Germany Services PMI (AUG F)

10:55
EUR
EUR Markit/BME Germany Composite PMI (AUG F)
Düşük
55
54
54
EUR Markit/BME Germany Composite PMI (AUG F)

11:00
EUR
Markit Eurozone Services PMI (AUG F)
Normal
54.3
54.3
Markit Eurozone Services PMI (AUG F)

11:00
EUR
Markit Eurozone Composite PMI (AUG F)
Normal
54.1
54.1
Markit Eurozone Composite PMI (AUG F)

11:00
EUR
EUR Markit Eurozone Services PMI (AUG F)
Düşük
54.4
54.3
54.3
EUR Markit Eurozone Services PMI (AUG F)

11:00
EUR
EUR Markit Eurozone Composite PMI (AUG F)
Düşük
54.3
54.1
54.1
EUR Markit Eurozone Composite PMI (AUG F)

11:30
GBP
GBP Official Reserves (Changes) (AUG)
Düşük
$656M
-$846M
GBP Official Reserves (Changes) (AUG)

11:30
GBP
GBP Markit/CIPS UK Services PMI (AUG)
Normal
55.6
57.7
57.4
GBP Markit/CIPS UK Services PMI (AUG)

11:30
GBP
GBP Markit/CIPS UK Composite PMI (AUG)
Normal
55.1
56.6
GBP Markit/CIPS UK Composite PMI (AUG)

12:00
EUR
EUR Euro-Zone Retail Sales (MoM) (JUL)
Düşük
0.4%
0.5%
-0.2%
EUR Euro-Zone Retail Sales (MoM) (JUL)
EUR Euro-Zone Retail Sales (MoM)

The total value of goods and services sold each month at retail outlets. The report acts as a gauge of consumption and consumer confidence. An increasing number of sales signal consumer confidence and economic growth, which would fuel the Euro-zone economy. However, higher consumption also leads to inflationary pressures, which results in economic instability. The headline is the monthly percentage change in retail sales.


12:00
EUR
EUR Euro-Zone Retail Sales (YoY) (JUL)
Normal
2.7%
2.0%
1.7%
EUR Euro-Zone Retail Sales (YoY) (JUL)
EUR Euro-Zone Retail Sales (YoY)

The total value of goods and services sold each month at retail outlets. The report acts as a gauge of consumption and consumer confidence. An increasing number of sales signal consumer confidence and economic growth, which would fuel the Euro-zone economy. However, higher consumption also leads to inflationary pressures, which results in economic instability. The headline is the monthly percentage change in retail sales.


14:30
USD
USD Challenger Job Cuts (YoY) (AUG)
Düşük
2.9%
125.4%
USD Challenger Job Cuts (YoY) (AUG)

14:45
EUR
EUR European Central Bank Rate Decision (SEP 3) (SEP 3)
Yüksek
0.05%
0.05%
EUR European Central Bank Rate Decision (SEP 3) (SEP 3)

14:45
EUR
EUR ECB Deposit Facility Rate (SEP 3)
Normal
-0.20%
-0.20%
-0.20%
EUR ECB Deposit Facility Rate (SEP 3)

14:45
EUR
EUR ECB Marginal Lending Facility (SEP 3)
Normal
0.30%
0.30%
0.30%
EUR ECB Marginal Lending Facility (SEP 3)

14:45
EUR
EUR European Central Bank Rate Decision (SEP 3)
Yüksek
0.05%
0.05%
0.05%
EUR European Central Bank Rate Decision (SEP 3)
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 Initial Jobless Claims (AUG 29)
Normal
282K
275K
270K
USD Initial Jobless Claims (AUG 29)

15:30
USD
USD Continuing Claims (AUG 22)
Normal
2257K
2253K
2266K
USD Continuing Claims (AUG 22)

15:30
EUR
EUR ECB President Mario Draghi Holds Press Conference
Yüksek
EUR ECB President Mario Draghi Holds Press Conference

15:30
CAD
CAD International Merchandise Trade (Canadian dollar) (JUL)
Düşük
-0.59B
-1.25B
-0.81B
CAD International Merchandise Trade (Canadian dollar) (JUL)
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 Initial Jobless Claims (AUG 29) (AUG 29)
Normal
275K
271K
USD Initial Jobless Claims (AUG 29) (AUG 29)

15:30
USD
USD Continuing Claims (AUG 22) (AUG 22)
Normal
2250K
2269K
USD Continuing Claims (AUG 22) (AUG 22)

15:30
USD
USD Trade Balance (JUL)
Normal
-$41.86B
-$43.00B
-$45.21B
USD Trade Balance (JUL)
The US Trade Balance refers to the difference between exports of goods and services out of the US, and imports to America. The trade balance is one of the biggest components of the US's Balance of Payment, which gives valuable insight and heavy pressure on the value of the dollar. A positive Trade Balance (surplus) indicates that exports are greater than imports. When imports exceed exports, the US experiences a trade deficit. Because foreign goods are usually purchased using foreign currency, trade deficits usually reflect dollars leaking out of the country. Such currency outflows may lead to a natural depreciation of a dollar, unless countered by comparable capital inflows (US Net Foreign Security Purchases, or TICs data reports on such capital flows). At a bare minimum, deficits fundamentally weigh down the value of the currency. There are a number of factors that work to diminish the market impact of US Trade Balance. The report is not very timely, coming some time after the reporting period. Developments in many of the figure's components are also typically well anticipated. Lastly, since the report reflects data for a specific reporting month, any significant changes in the Trade Balance should plausibly have already been felt during that month and not during the release of data. However, because of the overall significance of Trade Balance data in forecasting trends in the Forex Market, the release has historically been one of the more important reports out of the US. The headline figure for trade balance is expressed in billion of dollars


16:45
USD
USD Markit US Composite PMI (AUG F)
Düşük
55.7
55
USD Markit US Composite PMI (AUG F)

16:45
USD
USD Markit US Services PMI (AUG F)
Düşük
56.1
55
55.2
USD Markit US Services PMI (AUG F)

16:45
USD
USD Bloomberg Consumer Comfort (AUG 30)
Düşük
42
USD Bloomberg Consumer Comfort (AUG 30)

17:00
USD
USD ISM Non-Manufacutring Composite (AUG)
Düşük
58.4
60.3
USD ISM Non-Manufacutring Composite (AUG)

17:00
USD
USD ISM Non-Manufacturing Composite (AUG)
Yüksek
59.0
58.2
60.3
USD ISM Non-Manufacturing Composite (AUG)
USD ISM Non-Manufacutring Composite

The ISM Non-Manufacturing Index is based on a sample survey of purchasing and supply executives, weighted according to industry contribution to GDP. The Index is calculated using 50% as the centerline between positive and negative expectations; the figure is reported in headlines as the percent change.


17:30
USD
USD EIA Natural Gas Storage Change (AUG 28)
Düşük
94
93
69
USD EIA Natural Gas Storage Change (AUG 28)

17:30
USD
USD EIA Working Natural Gas Implied Flow (AUG 28)
Düşük
86
86
69
USD EIA Working Natural Gas Implied Flow (AUG 28)

21:30
EUR
EUR ECB President Mario Draghi Holds Press Conference
Yüksek
EUR ECB President Mario Draghi Holds Press Conference

04 Eylül 2015 Cuma
04:30
JPY
JPY Labor Cash Earnings (YoY) (JUL)
Normal
0.6%
2.0%
-2.5%
JPY Labor Cash Earnings (YoY) (JUL)
JPY Labor Cash Earnings (YoY)

The average amount of pre-tax earnings per regular employee, including overtime pay and bonuses. Though the report does not take into account all sources of household income (accumulated wealth and capital gains from financial assets are omitted), Labor Cash Earnings accurately reflects the spending ability of domestic consumers, one of the driving forces behind economic growth. Because growth in wages fuels higher consumption, rising Labor Cash Earnings generally lead to higher inflation.


04:30
JPY
JPY Real Cash Earnings (YoY) (JUL)
Normal
0.3%
-3.0%
JPY Real Cash Earnings (YoY) (JUL)

09:00
EUR
EUR German Factory Orders s.a. (MoM) (JUL)
Düşük
-1.4%
-0.6%
1.8%
EUR German Factory Orders s.a. (MoM) (JUL)
Measures the total change in orders placed at domestic manufacturers. The figure gives a picture of the strength of demand for German industrial products. Factory orders are an early indicator of the overall level of spending in the economy, and spending drives economic growth. Although higher German Factory Orders alone is not a strong enough factor to influence the value of Euro in a significant way, growth in orders can put upward pressure on the Euro if higher orders are due to greater demand aboard. German Factory Orders is a seasonally adjusted index. The headline figure is expressed as a percentage change in the index


09:00
EUR
EUR German Factory Orders n.s.a. (YoY) (JUL)
Normal
-0.6%
0.4%
7.0%
EUR German Factory Orders n.s.a. (YoY) (JUL)
Measures the total change in orders placed at domestic manufacturers. The figure gives a picture of the strength of demand for German industrial products. Factory orders are an early indicator of the overall level of spending in the economy, and spending drives economic growth. Although higher German Factory Orders alone is not a strong enough factor to influence the value of Euro in a significant way, growth in orders can put upward pressure on the Euro if higher orders are due to greater demand aboard. German Factory Orders is a seasonally adjusted index. The headline figure is expressed as a percentage change in the index


09:45
EUR
EUR French Consumer Confidence (AUG)
Düşük
94
93
EUR French Consumer Confidence (AUG)

10:15
CHF
CHF Consumer Price Index (MoM) (AUG)
Düşük
-0.2%
-0.2%
-0.6%
CHF Consumer Price Index (MoM) (AUG)
CHF Consumer Price Index (MoM)

It is the key gauge for inflation in Switzerland . Simply put, inflation reflects a decline in the purchasing power of the Franc, where each Franc buys fewer goods and services. The CPI calculates the change in the price of a predetermined basket of consumer goods and services. This basket represents the goods and services that an average household will purchase. The figure is compared to those of the previous month as well as the previous year in order to gauge changes to the costs of living on a month to month and year to year basis. The headline number is the percentage change either from the previous month's value or the previous year's value. As the key indicator of inflation, a rising CPI may prompt the Swiss National Bank to raise interest rates in attempt to manage inflation and slow economic growth. Higher interest rates make holding the Franc more attractive to foreign investors, and this higher level of demand will place upward pressure on the value of the Franc.


10:15
CHF
CHF Consumer Price Index (YoY) (AUG)
Normal
-1.4%
-1.4%
-1.3%
CHF Consumer Price Index (YoY) (AUG)
CHF Consumer Price Index (YoY)

It is the key gauge for inflation in Switzerland . Simply put, inflation reflects a decline in the purchasing power of the Franc, where each Franc buys fewer goods and services. The CPI calculates the change in the price of a predetermined basket of consumer goods and services. This basket represents the goods and services that an average household will purchase. The figure is compared to those of the previous month as well as the previous year in order to gauge changes to the costs of living on a month to month and year to year basis. The headline number is the percentage change either from the previous month's value or the previous year's value. As the key indicator of inflation, a rising CPI may prompt the Swiss National Bank to raise interest rates in attempt to manage inflation and slow economic growth. Higher interest rates make holding the Franc more attractive to foreign investors, and this higher level of demand will place upward pressure on the value of the Franc.


10:15
CHF
CHF CPI EU Harmonized (MoM) (AUG)
Düşük
-0.6%
-0.2%
CHF CPI EU Harmonized (MoM) (AUG)

10:15
CHF
CHF CPI EU Harmonized (YoY) (AUG)
Normal
-1.2%
-0.8%
CHF CPI EU Harmonized (YoY) (AUG)

10:30
EUR
EUR Markit Germany Construction PMI (AUG)
Normal
50.3
50.6
EUR Markit Germany Construction PMI (AUG)

11:00
GBP
GBP New Car Registrations (YoY) (AUG)
Düşük
9.6%
3.2%
GBP New Car Registrations (YoY) (AUG)

11:10
EUR
EUR Markit Germany Retail PMI (AUG)
Normal
54.7
57.7
EUR Markit Germany Retail PMI (AUG)

11:10
EUR
Markit Eurozone Retail PMI (AUG)
Normal
54.2
Markit Eurozone Retail PMI (AUG)

11:10
EUR
EUR Markit France Retail PMI (AUG)
Düşük
49.5
52.9
EUR Markit France Retail PMI (AUG)

11:10
EUR
EUR Markit Italy Retail PMI (AUG)
Düşük
48.7
50.7
EUR Markit Italy Retail PMI (AUG)

11:10
EUR
EUR Markit Eurozone Retail PMI (AUG)
Normal
51.4
54.2
EUR Markit Eurozone Retail PMI (AUG)

15:10
USD
USD Richmond Fed’s Lacker makes speech on monetary policy
Düşük
USD Richmond Fed’s Lacker makes speech on monetary policy

15:10
USD
USD Richmond Fed’s Lacker Makes “The Case Against Further...
Düşük
USD Richmond Fed’s Lacker Makes “The Case Against Further...

15:30
CAD
CAD Labor Productivity (QoQ) (2Q)
Düşük
-0.6%
-0.8%
-0.5%
CAD Labor Productivity (QoQ) (2Q)
The average productivity level of Canadian workers. Labour Productivity is calculated by dividing the gross domestic product (GDP) by the number of hours worked, yielding output per hour, which is the key measure of productivity growth. The availability of better technology and higher levels of education among the workforce are factors commonly attributed to increased productivity. Growth in labour productivity is usually seen as a sign of a healthy economy because higher productivity allows higher output for a fixed population. Rising Labour Productivity can also offset inflationary pressures associated with economic growth and spending. Economic expansion attributed to increased Labour Productivity will not result in inflation, meaning that central banks will not need to increase interest rates during times of high growth. The headline figure is the percentage change in output per hour


15:30
USD
USD Change in Non-farm Payrolls (AUG)
Yüksek
173K
217K
245K
USD Change in Non-farm Payrolls (AUG)
USD Change in Non-farm Payrolls

Monthly change in employment excluding the farming sector. Non-farm payrolls is the most closely watched indicator in the Employment Situation, considered the most comprehensive measure of job creation in the US. Such a distinction makes the NFP figure highly significant, given the importance of labor to the US economy. Specifically, political pressures come into play, as the Fed is responsible for keeping employment in a healthy range and utilizes interest rate changes to do so. A surge in new Non-farm Payrolls suggests rising employment and potential inflation pressures, which the Fed often counters with rate increases. On the other hand, a consistent decline in Non-farm Employment suggests a slowing economy, which makes a decline in rates more likely.


15:30
CAD
CAD Part Time Employment Change (AUG)
Düşük
-42.4
23.9
CAD Part Time Employment Change (AUG)

15:30
CAD
CAD Unemployment Rate (AUG)
Yüksek
7.0%
6.8%
6.8%
CAD Unemployment Rate (AUG)
The percentage of people in the total - labor force without jobs but willing to work and are actively seeking employment. Lower unemployment bodes well for the economy, translating into more income-earning workers and greater consumption. While such increased expenditure accelerates economic growth, it can also heighten inflationary pressures. On the other hand, a higher unemployment rate tends to lead to lower consumer spending and a contracting economy. The Unemployment Rate is one of the most watch headline indicators of Canada 's labour market


15:30
CAD
CAD Net Change in Employment (AUG)
Yüksek
12.0K
-5.0K
6.5K
CAD Net Change in Employment (AUG)
The net change in the number of people employed in Canada . Increases in employment are generally accompanied by higher consumption and expenditure levels. At the same time, higher employment, consumption and expenditures may lead to heightened inflationary pressures that encourage central banks to tighten monetary policy. If the Bank of Canada were to raise interest rates, it would put upward pressure on the Canadian dollar. Because this is the main employment report in Canada it tends to have significant impact on the market. The headline figure is the change in employment in thousands


15:30
USD
USD Two-Month Payroll Net Revision (AUG)
Normal
44K
USD Two-Month Payroll Net Revision (AUG)

15:30
USD
USD Change in Private Payrolls (AUG)
Normal
140K
204K
224K
USD Change in Private Payrolls (AUG)

15:30
CAD
CAD Full Time Employment Change (AUG)
Normal
54.4
-17.3
CAD Full Time Employment Change (AUG)

15:30
USD
USD Change in Manufacturing Payrolls (AUG)
Düşük
-17K
5K
12K
USD Change in Manufacturing Payrolls (AUG)
Measures job creation or loss in manufacturing sector. Manufacturing Payroll is reported as the net change in jobs from the previous month's figure. The figure is significant as an indicator of the health of the manufacturing sector. A high Manufacturing Payrolls number can signal increased demand for manufactured goods and a subsequent increase in production


15:30
USD
USD Unemployment Rate (AUG)
Yüksek
5.1%
5.2%
5.3%
USD Unemployment Rate (AUG)
The US Unemployment Rate reflects the percentage of people considered unemployed in the United States. Unemployment is the single most popularly used figure to give a snapshot of US labor market conditions. Because the Federal Reserve is under strict pressure to keep unemployment under control, high unemployment puts downward pressure on interest rates, as the Fed will look to bolster the economy to remedy the employment situation. More generally, unemployment is indicative of the economy's production, private consumption, workers' earnings, and consumer sentiment. A lower unemployment rate translates into more employed individuals with paychecks, which leads to higher consumer spending, economic growth and potential inflationary pressures. Conversely, high levels of unemployment are connected with lower incomes, lower spending, and economic stagnation


15:30
CAD
CAD Participation Rate (AUG)
Düşük
65.9
65.7
65.7
CAD Participation Rate (AUG)

15:30
USD
USD Average Hourly Earnings (MoM) (AUG)
Düşük
0.3%
0.2%
0.2%
USD Average Hourly Earnings (MoM) (AUG)
An indicator of how the average level of pay is changing. The Average Hourly Earnings figure provides insight into future spending and inflation. A High Average Hourly Earnings bodes well for future consumption, as workers have more disposable income. High figures may indicate inflationary pressures due to employee's additional potential to spend. The figure is either measured in hourly or weekly averages or as a percent change from the previous month


15:30
USD
USD Average Hourly Earnings (YoY) (AUG)
Normal
2.2%
2.1%
2.2%
USD Average Hourly Earnings (YoY) (AUG)
An indicator of how the average level of pay is changing. The Average Hourly Earnings figure provides insight into future spending and inflation. A High Average Hourly Earnings bodes well for future consumption, as workers have more disposable income. High figures may indicate inflationary pressures due to employee's additional potential to spend. The figure is either measured in hourly or weekly averages or as a percent change from the previous month


15:30
USD
USD Average Weekly Hours All Employees (AUG)
Normal
34.6
34.5
34.5
USD Average Weekly Hours All Employees (AUG)

15:30
USD
USD Underemployment Rate (AUG)
Düşük
10.3%
10.4%
USD Underemployment Rate (AUG)

15:30
USD
USD Change in Household Employment (AUG)
Normal
196
300
101
USD Change in Household Employment (AUG)

15:30
USD
USD Labor Force Participation Rate (AUG)
Düşük
62.6%
62.7%
62.6%
USD Labor Force Participation Rate (AUG)

17:00
CAD
CAD Ivey Purchasing Managers Index s.a. (AUG)
Normal
58.0
53.3
52.9
CAD Ivey Purchasing Managers Index s.a. (AUG)

17:00
CAD
CAD Ivey Purchasing Managers Index SA (AUG)
Normal
51.5
52.9
CAD Ivey Purchasing Managers Index SA (AUG)

20:00
USD
USD Baker Hughes U.S. Rig Count (SEP 4)
Normal
864
877
USD Baker Hughes U.S. Rig Count (SEP 4)

20:00
USD
USD Baker Hughes U.S. Rotary Oil Rigs (SEP 4)
Düşük
675
USD Baker Hughes U.S. Rotary Oil Rigs (SEP 4)

20:00
USD
USD Baker Hughes U.S. Rotary Gas Rigs (SEP 4)
Düşük
202
USD Baker Hughes U.S. Rotary Gas Rigs (SEP 4)




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