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23 Mart 2015 Pazartesi
02:00
JPY
JPY Cabinet Office Monthly Economic Report for March
Normal
JPY Cabinet Office Monthly Economic Report for March

03:15
USD
USD Fed's Williams Speaks
Düşük
USD Fed's Williams Speaks

03:35
JPY
JPY Markit/JMMA Japan Manufacturing PMI (MAR P)
Normal
50.4
52.0
51.6
JPY Markit/JMMA Japan Manufacturing PMI (MAR P)

03:45
CNY
CNY HSBC China Manufacturing PMI (MAR P)
Normal
49.2
50.5
50.7
CNY HSBC China Manufacturing PMI (MAR P)

04:00
CNY
CNY Conference Board China February Leading Economic Index
Normal
317.6
312.9
CNY Conference Board China February Leading Economic Index

06:50
AUD
AUD RBA Assistant Governor Edey Panel Participation
Düşük
AUD RBA Assistant Governor Edey Panel Participation

08:00
JPY
JPY Supermarket Sales (YoY) (FEB)
Düşük
-0.8%
-1.7%
JPY Supermarket Sales (YoY) (FEB)

10:00
CHF
CHF Money Supply M3 (YoY) (FEB)
Düşük
2.3%
2.9%
CHF Money Supply M3 (YoY) (FEB)

10:00
CHF
CHF SNB Sight Deposits
Düşük
CHF SNB Sight Deposits

10:40
USD
USD Fed's Mester Speaks to Global Interdependence Center in Paris
Düşük
USD Fed's Mester Speaks to Global Interdependence Center in Paris

12:00
EUR
EUR ECB's Coeure to Speak in Montenegro
Düşük
EUR ECB's Coeure to Speak in Montenegro

13:00
GBP
GBP CBI Trends Selling Prices (MAR)
Normal
4
8
GBP CBI Trends Selling Prices (MAR)

13:00
GBP
GBP CBI Trends Total Orders (MAR)
Normal
0
9
10
GBP CBI Trends Total Orders (MAR)

14:30
USD
USD Chicago Fed Nat Activity Index (FEB)
Düşük
-0.11
-0.10
USD Chicago Fed Nat Activity Index (FEB)

16:00
USD
USD Existing Home Sales (FEB)
Düşük
4.88M
4.92M
4.82M
USD Existing Home Sales (FEB)
Records sales of previously owned homes in the United States . This report provides a fairly accurate assessment of housing market conditions, and because of the sensitivity of the housing market to business cycle twists, it can be an important indicator of overall conditions at times when housing is particularly important to the economy. While used home sales are not counted in GDP, they do affect the United States economy. Sellers of used homes often use capital gains from property sales on consumption that stimulate the economy. Higher levels of consumer spending may also increase inflationary pressures, even as they help grow the economy. The existing home sales report is not as timely as other housing indicators like New Home Sales or Building Permits. By the time the Existing Home Sales are recorded, market conditions may have changed. The headline is the total value of properties sold


16:00
USD
USD Existing Home Sales (MoM) (FEB)
Normal
1.2%
2.0%
-4.9%
USD Existing Home Sales (MoM) (FEB)
Records sales of previously owned homes in the United States . This report provides a fairly accurate assessment of housing market conditions, and because of the sensitivity of the housing market to business cycle twists, it can be an important indicator of overall conditions at times when housing is particularly important to the economy. While used home sales are not counted in GDP, they do affect the United States economy. Sellers of used homes often use capital gains from property sales on consumption that stimulate the economy. Higher levels of consumer spending may also increase inflationary pressures, even as they help grow the economy. The existing home sales report is not as timely as other housing indicators like New Home Sales or Building Permits. By the time the Existing Home Sales are recorded, market conditions may have changed. The headline is the total value of properties sold


16:00
USD
USD Fed's Williams Speaks on Economic Outlook
Düşük
USD Fed's Williams Speaks on Economic Outlook

16:00
EUR
EUR ECB's Draghi to Speak before ECON Committee
Normal
EUR ECB's Draghi to Speak before ECON Committee

17:00
EUR
EUR Euro-Zone Consumer Confidence (MAR A)
Normal
-3.7
-6.0
-6.7
EUR Euro-Zone Consumer Confidence (MAR A)
Measures consumer sentiment in the Euro-zone nations. The figure is the result of Euro-zone consumer surveys personal finance, the job market, the likelihood of saving and expectations on the economy. High levels of consumer confidence bode well for the economy, indicating consumers are more likely to increase consumption spurring growth and potentially sparking inflation. Conversely, low consumer confidence levels suggest decreased spending. The figure is determined by the difference between positive and negative answers. Therefore a headline above zero indicates positive consumer confidence, while a negative number shows more negative answers


18:00
USD
USD Fed Vice Chair Stanley Fischer Speaks in New York
Düşük
USD Fed Vice Chair Stanley Fischer Speaks in New York

19:15
EUR
EUR Merkel, Tsipras Meet in Berlin for Talks on Greece, Euro
Yüksek
EUR Merkel, Tsipras Meet in Berlin for Talks on Greece, Euro

24 Mart 2015 Salı
00:30
AUD
AUD ANZ Roy Morgan Weekly Consumer Confidence Index (MAR 22)
Düşük
111.4
110.8
AUD ANZ Roy Morgan Weekly Consumer Confidence Index (MAR 22)

01:00
AUD
AUD Conference Board Leading Index (JAN)
Normal
0.4%
0.4%
AUD Conference Board Leading Index (JAN)
A composite index used to forecast short to mid-term growth in the Australian economy. Changes in the indicators selected are thought to precede developments in the economy as a whole. Therefore, an increase in the index forecasts economic expansion while a decrease in the index projects a future contraction. The Conference Board of Australia considers eight indicators in the calculation of the index: money supply, share prices, rural goods exports, building approvals, sales to inventories ratio, gross operating surplus, yield spread, and medium-term government bond yields. The index is calculated as a percent change off a base year; headlines report the figure in a percent change from the previous month


02:00
AUD
AUD Skilled Vacancies (MoM) (FEB)
Düşük
0.2%
0.4%
AUD Skilled Vacancies (MoM) (FEB)

02:30
AUD
AUD RBA's Financial Stability Review
Normal
AUD RBA's Financial Stability Review

03:45
CNY
CNY Westpac-MNI Consumer Sentiment (MAR)
Düşük
114.7
112
CNY Westpac-MNI Consumer Sentiment (MAR)

07:00
JPY
JPY Small Business Confidence (MAR)
Normal
49.8
48.0
46.5
JPY Small Business Confidence (MAR)
JPY Small Business Confidence

A measure of small businesses optimism. As small businesses tend to be more sensitive to business cycle developments, Small Business Confidence can precede or confirm larger economic trends. Small businesses are usually the first to falter during a recession and among the first to prosper during an expansion, so larger trends often appear early in the Small Business sector. Furthermore, small and medium enterprises make a large contribution to overall GDP, so a weak climate for small business may mean that the overall health of the economy is in jeopardy. Like any measure of business confidence, a high figure for Small Business Confidence will be positive because confidence is usually accompanied by increased business investment that leads to higher levels of output in the future.


10:00
EUR
EUR Markit France Manufacturing PMI (MAR P)
Düşük
48.2
48.5
47.6
EUR Markit France Manufacturing PMI (MAR P)

10:00
EUR
EUR Markit France Services PMI (MAR P)
Düşük
52.8
52.5
53.4
EUR Markit France Services PMI (MAR P)

10:00
EUR
EUR Markit France Composite PMI (MAR P)
Düşük
51.7
51.9
52.2
EUR Markit France Composite PMI (MAR P)

10:30
EUR
EUR Markit/BME Germany Composite PMI (MAR P)
Normal
55.3
54.1
53.8
EUR Markit/BME Germany Composite PMI (MAR P)

10:30
EUR
EUR Markit/BME Germany Manufacturing PMI (MAR P)
Normal
52.4
51.5
51.1
EUR Markit/BME Germany Manufacturing PMI (MAR P)

10:30
EUR
EUR Markit Germany Services PMI (MAR P)
Normal
55.3
55.0
54.7
EUR Markit Germany Services PMI (MAR P)

11:00
EUR
EUR Markit Eurozone Manufacturing PMI (MAR P)
Normal
51.9
51.5
51.0
EUR Markit Eurozone Manufacturing PMI (MAR P)

11:00
EUR
EUR Markit Eurozone Services PMI (MAR P)
Normal
54.3
53.9
53.7
EUR Markit Eurozone Services PMI (MAR P)

11:00
EUR
EUR Markit Eurozone Composite PMI (MAR P)
Normal
54.1
53.6
53.3
EUR Markit Eurozone Composite PMI (MAR P)

11:30
GBP
GBP Consumer Price Index (MoM) (FEB)
Normal
0.3%
0.3%
-0.9%
GBP Consumer Price Index (MoM) (FEB)
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 Ex Mort Int.Payments (YoY) (FEB)
Düşük
1.0%
1.0%
1.2%
GBP Retail Price Index Ex Mort Int.Payments (YoY) (FEB)
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 Output Core n.s.a. (YoY) (FEB)
Düşük
0.2%
0.4%
0.3%
GBP Producer Price Index Output Core n.s.a. (YoY) (FEB)
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 Consumer Price Index (YoY) (FEB)
Yüksek
0.0%
0.1%
0.3%
GBP Consumer Price Index (YoY) (FEB)
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) (FEB)
Yüksek
1.2%
1.3%
1.4%
GBP Core Consumer Price Index (YoY) (FEB)
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 (YoY) (FEB)
Düşük
1.0%
0.9%
1.1%
GBP Retail Price Index (YoY) (FEB)
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) (FEB)
Düşük
0.2%
1.6%
-3.6%
GBP Producer Price Index Input n.s.a. (MoM) (FEB)
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) (FEB)
Düşük
0.2%
0.0%
-0.4%
GBP Producer Price Index Output n.s.a. (MoM) (FEB)
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) (FEB)
Düşük
-1.8%
-2.0%
-1.9%
GBP Producer Price Index Output n.s.a. (YoY) (FEB)
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 Retail Price Index (FEB)
Düşük
256.7
256.6
255.4
GBP Retail Price Index (FEB)
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 (MoM) (FEB)
Düşük
0.5%
0.4%
-0.8%
GBP Retail Price Index (MoM) (FEB)
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. (YoY) (FEB)
Düşük
-13.5%
-12.3%
-14.1%
GBP Producer Price Index Input n.s.a. (YoY) (FEB)
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) (FEB)
Düşük
0.1%
0.1%
0.2%
GBP Producer Price Index Output Core n.s.a. (MoM) (FEB)
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) (JAN)
Düşük
8.4%
8.9%
9.8%
GBP DCLG UK House Prices (YoY) (JAN)

12:05
USD
USD Fed's Bullard Speaks on Global Recovery in London
Düşük
USD Fed's Bullard Speaks on Global Recovery in London

14:30
USD
USD Consumer Price Index (YoY) (FEB)
Yüksek
0.0%
-0.1%
-0.1%
USD Consumer Price Index (YoY) (FEB)
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


14:30
USD
USD Consumer Price Index Ex Food & Energy (YoY) (FEB)
Yüksek
1.7%
1.7%
1.6%
USD Consumer Price Index Ex Food & Energy (YoY) (FEB)
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


14:30
USD
USD Consumer Price Index (MoM) (FEB)
Normal
0.2%
0.2%
-0.7%
USD Consumer Price Index (MoM) (FEB)
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


14:30
USD
USD Consumer Price Index Ex Food & Energy (MoM) (FEB)
Yüksek
0.2%
0.1%
0.2%
USD Consumer Price Index Ex Food & Energy (MoM) (FEB)
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


14:30
USD
USD Consumer Price Index n.s.a. (FEB)
Düşük
234.722
234.728
233.707
USD Consumer Price Index n.s.a. (FEB)
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


14:30
USD
USD Consumer Price Index Core Index s.a. (FEB)
Düşük
240.247
240.117
239.871
USD Consumer Price Index Core Index s.a. (FEB)
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


15:00
USD
USD House Price Index (MoM) (JAN)
Normal
0.3%
0.5%
0.8%
USD House Price Index (MoM) (JAN)

15:45
USD
USD Markit US Manufacturing PMI (MAR P)
Normal
55.3
54.6
55.1
USD Markit US Manufacturing PMI (MAR P)

16:00
USD
USD Richmond Fed Manufacturing Index (MAR)
Düşük
-8
3
0
USD Richmond Fed Manufacturing Index (MAR)
USD Richmond Fed Manufacturing Index

Assesses regional manufacturing conditions for the Richmond Fed District. Based on mail-in surveys from a representative sample of manufacturing plants, the Richmond Fed Index seeks to track industrial performance. The report puts particular emphasis on inflationary pressures. Though the Richmond Fed Manufacturing Survey is valued for its quick turnaround, it is still released after the ISM survey. As a result, the figure is often used to affirm or question the ISM report, and has little impact on markets. The Richmond Fed Manufacturing Survey also asks manufacturing executives to stress price expectations. Some markets participants use this data as an early gauge to CPI and PPI reports released a few days later.


16:00
USD
USD New Home Sales (FEB)
Düşük
539K
465K
500K
USD New Home Sales (FEB)
USD New Home Sales

Records sales of newly constructed residences in the United States . The figure is a timely gauge of housing market conditions counting home sales when initial housing contracts are signed. Because New Home Sales usually trigger a sequence of consumption, they have significant market impact upon release. In addition to the high expenditure of the new home, buyers are likely to spend more money on furnishing customizing and financing their home. Consequently, growth in the housing market spurs more consumption, generating demand for goods, services and the employees who provide them.Generally the housing market is tracked by a number of reports that mark different stages of the construction and home sale process. The first stage is Building Permits, which precede Housing Starts, which lead to Construction Spending, MBA Mortgage Applications and, finally, New Home Sales and Existing Home Sales. As the headline housing figure, New Home Sales are believed to control for some of the volatility of other data. For instance, Building Permits and Housing Starts are considered more indicative of business confidence and production rather than consumer spending. And while Existing Home Sales figures are more indicative of consumer expenditures, they are lagging indicators with less predictive value. New Home Sales numbers are considered confirmatory of housing trends and still predictive of consumer spending. New Home Sales is also a good indicator of economic turning points due to its sensitivity to consumer income. Buying a house is always a major expenditure, typically only undertaken when consumers have sufficient savings or are optimistic about future earnings. Historically, when economic conditions slow, New Home Sales are one of the first indicators to reflect the change. By the same token, New Home Sales undergo substantial growth when the economy has emerged from recession and wages have begun to pick up.


16:00
USD
USD New Home Sales (MoM) (FEB)
Normal
7.8%
-3.4%
4.4%
USD New Home Sales (MoM) (FEB)
USD New Home Sales (MoM)

Records sales of newly constructed residences in the United States . The figure is a timely gauge of housing market conditions counting home sales when initial housing contracts are signed. Because New Home Sales usually trigger a sequence of consumption, they have significant market impact upon release. In addition to the high expenditure of the new home, buyers are likely to spend more money on furnishing customizing and financing their home. Consequently, g rowth in the housing market spurs more consumption, generating demand for goods, services and the employees who provide them. Generally the housing market is tracked by a number of reports that mark different stages of the construction and home sale process. The first stage is Building Permits, which precede Housing Starts, which lead to Construction Spending, MBA Mortgage Applications and, finally, New Home Sales and Existing Home Sales. As the headline housing figure, New Home Sales are believed to control for some of the volatility of other data. For instance, Building Permits and Housing Starts are considered more indicative of business confidence and production rather than consumer spending. And while Existing Home Sales figures are more indicative of consumer expenditures, they are lagging indicators with less predictive value. New Home Sales numbers are considered confirmatory of housing trends and still predictive of consumer spending. New Home Sales is also a good indicator of economic turning points due to its sensitivity to consumer income. Buying a house is always a major expenditure, typically only undertaken when consumers have sufficient savings or are optimistic about future earnings. Historically, when economic conditions slow, New Home Sales are one of the first indicators to reflect the change. By the same token, New Home Sales undergo substantial growth when the economy has emerged from recession and wages have begun to pick up.


23:45
NZD
NZD Trade Balance (New Zealand dollars) (FEB)
Normal
50M
350M
33M
NZD Trade Balance (New Zealand dollars) (FEB)

23:45
NZD
NZD Imports (New Zealand dollars) (FEB)
Düşük
3.87B
3.70B
3.64B
NZD Imports (New Zealand dollars) (FEB)

23:45
NZD
NZD Balance (YTD) (New Zealand dollars) (FEB)
Normal
-2181M
-1850M
-1434M
NZD Balance (YTD) (New Zealand dollars) (FEB)

23:45
NZD
NZD Exports (New Zealand dollars) (FEB)
Düşük
3.92B
4.10B
3.68B
NZD Exports (New Zealand dollars) (FEB)

25 Mart 2015 Çarşamba
 
EUR
EUR German Import Price Index (MoM) (FEB)
Düşük
-0.8%
EUR German Import Price Index (MoM) (FEB)
Measures the change in prices for goods imported by Germany. The Import Price Index is important in distinguishing changes in trade volume versus changes in trade prices. Whereas growth in import volume suggests stronger consumer demand and economic expansion, growth in import prices suggests higher production costs and inflationary pressures. Only when growth in import volume is also complemented by stable import prices can it be indicative of real economic growth. The headlines are the monthly and annual percentage change in the index


 
EUR
EUR German Import Price Index (YoY) (FEB)
Düşük
-4.4%
EUR German Import Price Index (YoY) (FEB)
Measures the change in prices for goods imported by Germany. The Import Price Index is important in distinguishing changes in trade volume versus changes in trade prices. Whereas growth in import volume suggests stronger consumer demand and economic expansion, growth in import prices suggests higher production costs and inflationary pressures. Only when growth in import volume is also complemented by stable import prices can it be indicative of real economic growth. The headlines are the monthly and annual percentage change in the index


01:50
JPY
JPY Corporate Service Price (YoY) (FEB)
Düşük
3.3%
3.3%
3.5%
JPY Corporate Service Price (YoY) (FEB)

02:30
AUD
AUD RBA's Financial Stability Review
Normal
AUD RBA's Financial Stability Review

03:45
CNY
CNY Westpac-MNI Consumer Sentiment (MAR)
Düşük
112
CNY Westpac-MNI Consumer Sentiment (MAR)

09:00
CHF
CHF UBS Consumption Indicator (FEB)
Normal
1.19
1.11
CHF UBS Consumption Indicator (FEB)
Index for consumer spending in Switzerland. The Consumption Indicator moves with changes in real consumer spending and can be used as a gauge of the strength of domestic demand. A rising indicator value reflects rising consumer spending, which generally leads to economic growth and potentially augur inflationary pressures to come. The UBS Consumption Indicator is calculated using five specific indicators of spending and expressed in the form of an index. These indicators are: new car sales, business trends in retail, overnight hotel stays by Swiss nationals in Switzerland , the consumer sentiment index and credit card transactions. The headline is the index value for the month. Because the index value is always positive markets compare the current index value to the short and long-term average values in order to gauge Switzerland 's economic health. In the long term the average has been approximately 1.5, but may change with time


11:00
EUR
EUR German IFO - Business Climate (MAR)
Normal
107.9
107.3
106.8
EUR German IFO - Business Climate (MAR)
One of the country's key business sentiment surveys. The survey is conducted monthly, querying German firms on the current German business climate as well as their expectations for the next six months. As the largest economy in the Euro-zone, Germany is responsible for approximately a quarter of the total Euro-Zone GDP. Consequently, the German IFO is a significant economic health indicator for the Euro-zone as a whole. Positive readings bode well for the economy, suggesting increased consumer spending and economic growth. Conversely, low IFO readings may be indicative of economic slowdown. The index uses 100 as a centerline between positive and negative outlooks; the further the value is from 100 the stronger the sentiment. The survey presents two equally weighted sub-indices: Current Assessment and Business Expectations


11:00
EUR
EUR German IFO - Current Assessment (MAR)
Normal
112.0
112.0
111.3
EUR German IFO - Current Assessment (MAR)
One of the country's key business sentiment surveys. The survey is conducted monthly, querying German firms on the current German business climate as well as their expectations for the next six months. As the largest economy in the Euro-zone, Germany is responsible for approximately a quarter of the total Euro-Zone GDP. Consequently, the German IFO is a significant economic health indicator for the Euro-zone as a whole. Positive readings bode well for the economy, suggesting increased consumer spending and economic growth. Conversely, low IFO readings may be indicative of economic slowdown. The index uses 100 as a centerline between positive and negative outlooks; the further the value is from 100 the stronger the sentiment. The survey presents two equally weighted sub-indices: Current Assessment and Business Expectations


11:00
EUR
EUR German IFO - Expectations (MAR)
Normal
103.9
103.0
102.5
EUR German IFO - Expectations (MAR)
One of the country's key business sentiment surveys. The survey is conducted monthly, querying German firms on the current German business climate as well as their expectations for the next six months. As the largest economy in the Euro-zone, Germany is responsible for approximately a quarter of the total Euro-Zone GDP. Consequently, the German IFO is a significant economic health indicator for the Euro-zone as a whole. Positive readings bode well for the economy, suggesting increased consumer spending and economic growth. Conversely, low IFO readings may be indicative of economic slowdown. The index uses 100 as a centerline between positive and negative outlooks; the further the value is from 100 the stronger the sentiment. The survey presents two equally weighted sub-indices: Current Assessment and Business Expectations


11:30
GBP
GBP BBA Loans for House Purchase (FEB)
Normal
37305
36650
36517
GBP BBA Loans for House Purchase (FEB)

12:30
USD
USD Fed's Evans Speaks on Economy, Monetary Policy in London
Düşük
USD Fed's Evans Speaks on Economy, Monetary Policy in London

13:00
USD
USD MBA Mortgage Applications (MAR 20)
Normal
9.5%
-3.9%
USD MBA Mortgage Applications (MAR 20)
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.


14:30
USD
USD Durable Goods Orders (FEB)
Yüksek
-1.4%
0.2%
2.0%
USD Durable Goods Orders (FEB)
The value of orders placed for relatively long lasting goods. Durable Goods are expected to last more than three years. Such products often require large investments and usually reflect optimism on the part of the buyer that their expenditure will be worthwhile.

Because orders for goods have large sway over the actual production, this figure serves as an excellent forecast of U.S. output to come. Durable Goods are typically sensitive to economic changes. When consumers become skeptical about economic conditions, sales of durable goods are one of the first to be impacted since consumers can delay purchases of durable items, like cars and televisions, only spending money on necessities in times of economic hardship. Conversely, when consumer confidence is restored, orders for durable goods rebound quickly. The data is highly volatile as well, some volatility is eliminated with the Durable Goods Orders excluding Transportation figure, making it the more closely watched indicator.

The headline figure is expressed as a percentage change from previous months


14:30
USD
USD Durables Ex Transportation (FEB)
Normal
-0.4%
0.2%
-0.7%
USD Durables Ex Transportation (FEB)
The value of orders placed for relatively long lasting goods. Durable Goods are expected to last more than three years. Such products often require large investments and usually reflect optimism on the part of the buyer that their expenditure will be worthwhile.

Because orders for goods have large sway over the actual production, this figure serves as an excellent forecast of U.S. output to come. Durable Goods are typically sensitive to economic changes. When consumers become skeptical about economic conditions, sales of durable goods are one of the first to be impacted since consumers can delay purchases of durable items, like cars and televisions, only spending money on necessities in times of economic hardship. Conversely, when consumer confidence is restored, orders for durable goods rebound quickly. The data is highly volatile as well, some volatility is eliminated with the Durable Goods Orders excluding Transportation figure, making it the more closely watched indicator.

The headline figure is expressed as a percentage change from previous months.The Durable Goods Orders figure is also reported excluding transportation expenditures. Orders for items like civilian vehicles or aircrafts are fairly expensive and fluctuate idiosyncratically, distorting the Durable Goods Orders figure. Such goods are excluded to provide a better measure of durable goods orders


14:30
USD
USD Cap Goods Orders Nondef Ex Air (FEB)
Düşük
-0.4%
0.3%
-0.1%
USD Cap Goods Orders Nondef Ex Air (FEB)

14:30
USD
USD Cap Goods Ship Nondef Ex Air (FEB)
Düşük
0.2%
0.3%
-0.4%
USD Cap Goods Ship Nondef Ex Air (FEB)

16:30
USD
USD DOE U.S. Crude Oil Inventories (MAR 20)
Düşük
8170K
4750K
9622K
USD DOE U.S. Crude Oil Inventories (MAR 20)

16:30
USD
USD DOE U.S. Distillate Inventory (MAR 20)
Düşük
-34K
-1000K
380K
USD DOE U.S. Distillate Inventory (MAR 20)

16:30
USD
USD DOE Cushing OK Crude Inventory (MAR 20)
Düşük
1911K
2865K
USD DOE Cushing OK Crude Inventory (MAR 20)

16:30
USD
USD DOE U.S. Gasoline Inventories (MAR 20)
Düşük
-2014K
-2500K
-4473K
USD DOE U.S. Gasoline Inventories (MAR 20)

21:30
CAD
CAD Bank of Canada Deputy Lane Gives Presentation
Düşük
CAD Bank of Canada Deputy Lane Gives Presentation

26 Mart 2015 Perşembe
01:50
JPY
JPY Japan Buying Foreign Stocks (Yen) (MAR 20)
Normal
¥221.3B
¥510.6B
JPY Japan Buying Foreign Stocks (Yen) (MAR 20)

01:50
JPY
JPY Foreign Buying Japan Bonds (Yen) (MAR 20)
Düşük
-¥953.5B
¥616.1B
JPY Foreign Buying Japan Bonds (Yen) (MAR 20)

01:50
JPY
JPY Foreign Buying Japan Stocks (Yen) (MAR 20)
Düşük
-¥352.8B
¥244.3B
JPY Foreign Buying Japan Stocks (Yen) (MAR 20)

01:50
JPY
JPY Japan Buying Foreign Bonds (Yen) (MAR 20)
Normal
¥765.5B
¥551.0B
JPY Japan Buying Foreign Bonds (Yen) (MAR 20)

03:30
CNY
CNY Industrial Profits (YoY) (FEB)
Normal
-4.2%
-8.0%
CNY Industrial Profits (YoY) (FEB)

09:00
EUR
EUR German GfK Consumer Confidence Survey (APR)
Normal
10
9.8
9.7
EUR German GfK Consumer Confidence Survey (APR)
Consumer Confidence measures the level of confidence households have in economic performance. Generally rising consumer confidence acts as a precursor to higher consumer expenditures which drive economic expansion. The report also breaks down results into parts of the economy, giving a detailed picture of the consumer climate in German. GfK Consumer Confidence is one of the most closely watched surveys. The survey results are quantified into index where 0 represents long term Consumer Confidence averages. The headline figure is expressed in percentage change. On a technical note: The German Consumer Confidence survey is conducted monthly by GfK, a market research organization, on behalf of the EU commission. The survey results are obtained monthly based on more than 2000 consumer interviews about their personal spending patterns, inflationary expectations and opinion on economic outlook. Then the aggregate result is categorized by German social groups: students, high/medium/low income and the retired


09:45
EUR
EUR French Gross Domestic Product (YoY) (4Q F)
Düşük
0.2%
0.2%
0.2%
EUR French Gross Domestic Product (YoY) (4Q F)
The Gross Domestic Product is a comprehensive measure of a France's overall production and consumption of goods and services. GDP serves as one of the primary measures of overall economic well-being. While GDP announcements generally conform to expectations, unanticipated changes in this metric can move markets. Robust GDP growth signals a heightened level of economic activity and often a higher demand for the domestic currency. At the same time, economic expansion raises concerns about inflationary pressures which may lead monetary authorities to increase interest rates. Thus better than expected GDP figures are generally bullish for the Euro, while negative readings are generally bearish


09:45
EUR
EUR French Gross Domestic Product (QoQ) (4Q F)
Düşük
0.1%
0.1%
0.1%
EUR French Gross Domestic Product (QoQ) (4Q F)
The Gross Domestic Product is a comprehensive measure of a France's overall production and consumption of goods and services. GDP serves as one of the primary measures of overall economic well-being. While GDP announcements generally conform to expectations, unanticipated changes in this metric can move markets. Robust GDP growth signals a heightened level of economic activity and often a higher demand for the domestic currency. At the same time, economic expansion raises concerns about inflationary pressures which may lead monetary authorities to increase interest rates. Thus better than expected GDP figures are generally bullish for the Euro, while negative readings are generally bearish


10:35
USD
USD Fed's Bullard Speaks on U.S. Economy and Policy in Frankfurt
Düşük
USD Fed's Bullard Speaks on U.S. Economy and Policy in Frankfurt

11:00
CHF
CHF KOF Institute Spring Economic Forecast
Normal
CHF KOF Institute Spring Economic Forecast

11:00
EUR
EUR Euro-Zone M3 s.a. (YoY) (FEB)
Düşük
4%
4.3%
3.7%
EUR Euro-Zone M3 s.a. (YoY) (FEB)
The broadest measure of money supply in use by Euro-zone nations. It includes all currency in circulation, bank deposits, repurchase agreements, debt securities up to 2 years, and the value of money market shares. A larger money supply reduces the purchasing power of the Euro and puts downward pressure on the exchange rate. However, because an increase in M3 leads to price inflation, this figure can also be indicative of the likelihood of future interest rate hikes. The Euro-zone M3 is reported in headlines as a percent change from the previous month or as a Three Month Average, which smoothes monthly volatility in the money supply


11:00
EUR
EUR Euro-Zone M3 s.a. (3M) (FEB)
Düşük
3.8%
4.0%
3.5%
EUR Euro-Zone M3 s.a. (3M) (FEB)
The broadest measure of money supply in use by Euro-zone nations. It includes all currency in circulation, bank deposits, repurchase agreements, debt securities up to 2 years, and the value of money market shares. A larger money supply reduces the purchasing power of the Euro and puts downward pressure on the exchange rate. However, because an increase in M3 leads to price inflation, this figure can also be indicative of the likelihood of future interest rate hikes. The Euro-zone M3 is reported in headlines as a percent change from the previous month or as a Three Month Average, which smoothes monthly volatility in the money supply


11:30
GBP
GBP Retail Sales (MoM) (FEB)
Normal
0.7%
0.4%
0.1%
GBP Retail Sales (MoM) (FEB)
Measures the change in the volume of sales by retailers in the United Kingdom . The data is gathered by a monthly survey of large retailers and a representative sample of smaller retail businesses. Higher retail sales volume shows stronger consumer demand, higher retail output, and economic growth. The headline is the seasonally adjusted percentage change in Retail Sales volume from the previous quarter and previous year


11:30
GBP
GBP Retail Sales (YoY) (FEB)
Düşük
5.1%
4.2%
5.2%
GBP Retail Sales (YoY) (FEB)
Measures the change in the volume of sales by retailers in the United Kingdom . The data is gathered by a monthly survey of large retailers and a representative sample of smaller retail businesses. Higher retail sales volume shows stronger consumer demand, higher retail output, and economic growth. The headline is the seasonally adjusted percentage change in Retail Sales volume from the previous quarter and previous year


11:30
GBP
GBP Retail Sales Incl. Auto (MoM) (FEB)
Normal
0.7%
0.4%
-0.3%
GBP Retail Sales Incl. Auto (MoM) (FEB)

11:30
GBP
GBP Retail Sales Incl. Auto (YoY) (FEB)
Düşük
5.7%
4.7%
5.9%
GBP Retail Sales Incl. Auto (YoY) (FEB)

13:00
GBP
GBP CBI Reported Sales (MAR)
Normal
18
18
1
GBP CBI Reported Sales (MAR)

14:30
USD
USD Initial Jobless Claims (MAR 21)
Normal
282K
290K
291K
USD Initial Jobless Claims (MAR 21)

14:30
USD
USD Continuing Claims (MAR 14)
Normal
2416K
2400K
2422K
USD Continuing Claims (MAR 14)

15:00
USD
USD Fed's Lockhart Speaks on Economy, Monetary Policy in Detroit
Düşük
USD Fed's Lockhart Speaks on Economy, Monetary Policy in Detroit

15:15
EUR
EUR ECB Draghi Addresses Italy Lower House Cteees
Düşük
EUR ECB Draghi Addresses Italy Lower House Cteees

15:30
CAD
CAD Governor Stephen Poloz to Speak
Normal
CAD Governor Stephen Poloz to Speak

15:45
USD
USD Markit US Composite PMI (MAR P)
Normal
58.5
57.2
USD Markit US Composite PMI (MAR P)

15:45
USD
USD Markit US Services PMI (MAR P)
Normal
58.6
57.0
57.1
USD Markit US Services PMI (MAR P)

16:30
USD
USD EIA Natural Gas Storage Change (MAR 20)
Düşük
12
8
-45
USD EIA Natural Gas Storage Change (MAR 20)

16:30
USD
USD EIA Natural Working Gas Implied (MAR 20)
Düşük
12
-45
USD EIA Natural Working Gas Implied (MAR 20)

17:00
USD
USD Kansas City Fed Manf. Activity (MAR)
Düşük
-4
1
1
USD Kansas City Fed Manf. Activity (MAR)

19:00
CHF
CHF SNB Board Member Zurbruegg Speaks in Zurich
Düşük
CHF SNB Board Member Zurbruegg Speaks in Zurich

27 Mart 2015 Cuma
 
EUR
EUR German Retail Sales (MoM) (FEB)
Düşük
2.9%
EUR German Retail Sales (MoM) (FEB)
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


 
EUR
EUR German Retail Sales (YoY) (FEB)
Normal
5.3%
EUR German Retail Sales (YoY) (FEB)
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


01:30
JPY
JPY Job-To-Applicant Ratio (FEB)
Normal
1.15
1.15
1.14
JPY Job-To-Applicant Ratio (FEB)
JPY Job-To-Applicant Ratio

Compares the number of jobs advertised to the number of applications received. The ratio measures the ease or effort in finding employment in the Japanese labor market. A higher ratio reflects a higher number of positions per applicant, usually corresponding to economic expansion. A lower ratio reflects fewer jobs per applicant consequent to economic contraction.


01:30
JPY
JPY Household Spending (YoY) (FEB)
Normal
-2.9%
-3.2%
-5.1%
JPY Household Spending (YoY) (FEB)
JPY Household Spending (YoY)

A survey of both wage-earning and non-working households, such as those classified as single-member, unemployed, or retired. The headline figure is the percentage change in average spending per household from the previous year. Increases in household spending are favorable for the Japanese economy because high consumer spending generally leads to higher levels of economic growth. Higher spending is also a sign of consumer optimism, as households confident in their future outlook will spend more. At the same time accelerated growth exerts inflationary pressure, which can lead to interest rate increases in the future.


01:30
JPY
JPY National Consumer Price Index (YoY) (FEB)
Yüksek
2.2%
2.3%
2.4%
JPY National Consumer Price Index (YoY) (FEB)
JPY National Consumer Price Index (YoY)

Markets will typically pay more attention to "CPI excluding Fresh Food," because it excludes volatile food prices that can distort overall CPI. The headline figure for CPI is the percentage change in the index on a month to month or year to year basis. As the most important indicator of inflation, CPI figures are closely followed by the Bank of Japan. Rising Consumer Prices may prompt the BoJ to raise interest rates in order to manage inflation and slow economic growth. Higher interest rates make holding the Yen more attractive to foreign investors, and this higher level of demand will place upward pressure on the value of the Yen.


01:30
JPY
JPY National Consumer Price Index Ex-Fresh Food (YoY) (FEB)
Normal
2.0%
2.1%
2.2%
JPY National Consumer Price Index Ex-Fresh Food (YoY) (FEB)
JPY National Consumer Price Index Ex-Fresh Food (YoY)

Markets will typically pay more attention to "CPI excluding Fresh Food," because it excludes volatile food prices that can distort overall CPI. The headline figure for CPI is the percentage change in the index on a month to month or year to year basis. As the most important indicator of inflation, CPI figures are closely followed by the Bank of Japan. Rising Consumer Prices may prompt the BoJ to raise interest rates in order to manage inflation and slow economic growth. Higher interest rates make holding the Yen more attractive to foreign investors, and this higher level of demand will place upward pressure on the value of the Yen.


01:30
JPY
JPY National Consumer Price Index Ex Food, Energy (YoY) (FEB)
Normal
2%
2.1%
2.1%
JPY National Consumer Price Index Ex Food, Energy (YoY) (FEB)
JPY National Consumer Price Index Ex Food, Energy (YoY)

Markets will typically pay more attention to "CPI excluding Fresh Food," because it excludes volatile food prices that can distort overall CPI. The headline figure for CPI is the percentage change in the index on a month to month or year to year basis. As the most important indicator of inflation, CPI figures are closely followed by the Bank of Japan. Rising Consumer Prices may prompt the BoJ to raise interest rates in order to manage inflation and slow economic growth. Higher interest rates make holding the Yen more attractive to foreign investors, and this higher level of demand will place upward pressure on the value of the Yen.


01:30
JPY
JPY Tokyo Consumer Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
2.3%
2.3%
2.3%
JPY Tokyo Consumer Price Index (YoY) (MAR)
JPY Tokyo Consumer Price Index (YoY)

Markets will typically pay more attention to "CPI excluding Fresh Food," because it excludes volatile food prices that can distort overall CPI. The headline figure for CPI is the percentage change in the index on a month to month or year to year basis.

As the most important indicator of inflation, CPI figures are closely followed by the Bank of Japan. Rising Consumer Prices may prompt the BoJ to raise interest rates in order to manage inflation and slow economic growth. Higher interest rates make holding the Yen more attractive to foreign investors, and this higher level of demand will place upward pressure on the value of the Yen.


01:30
JPY
JPY Tokyo Consumer Price Index Ex-Fresh Food (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
2.2%
2.2%
2.2%
JPY Tokyo Consumer Price Index Ex-Fresh Food (YoY) (MAR)
JPY Tokyo Consumer Price Index Ex-Fresh Food (YoY)

Markets will typically pay more attention to "CPI excluding Fresh Food," because it excludes volatile food prices that can distort overall CPI. The headline figure for CPI is the percentage change in the index on a month to month or year to year basis. As the most important indicator of inflation, CPI figures are closely followed by the Bank of Japan. Rising Consumer Prices may prompt the BoJ to raise interest rates in order to manage inflation and slow economic growth. Higher interest rates make holding the Yen more attractive to foreign investors, and this higher level of demand will place upward pressure on the value of the Yen.


01:30
JPY
JPY Tokyo Consumer Price Index Ex Food, Energy (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
1.7%
1.7%
1.7%
JPY Tokyo Consumer Price Index Ex Food, Energy (YoY) (MAR)
JPY National Consumer Price Index Ex Food, Energy (YoY)

Markets will typically pay more attention to "CPI excluding Fresh Food," because it excludes volatile food prices that can distort overall CPI. The headline figure for CPI is the percentage change in the index on a month to month or year to year basis. As the most important indicator of inflation, CPI figures are closely followed by the Bank of Japan. Rising Consumer Prices may prompt the BoJ to raise interest rates in order to manage inflation and slow economic growth. Higher interest rates make holding the Yen more attractive to foreign investors, and this higher level of demand will place upward pressure on the value of the Yen.


01:30
JPY
JPY Jobless Rate (FEB)
Normal
3.5%
3.5%
3.6%
JPY Jobless Rate (FEB)
JPY Jobless Rate

The percentage of the labor force that is unemployed. A lower jobless rate translates into more income-earning workers and greater consumption. Such increased expenditure accelerates economic growth, but can also heighten inflationary pressures. On the other hand, a higher jobless rate tends to precede lower consumer spending and a contracting economy.


01:50
JPY
JPY Retail Trade (YoY) (FEB)
Normal
-1.8%
-1.5%
-2.0%
JPY Retail Trade (YoY) (FEB)
JPY Retail Trade (YoY)

The total value of goods and services sold each month at retail outlets. The report serves as a direct gauge of consumption and consumer confidence. Consumer spending is one of the most important leading indicators for the Japanese economy. An increasing number of sales signal consumer confidence and economic growth, but higher consumption also leads to inflationary pressures. The headline figure they release is a year-on-year percentage change in the nominal value of items sold.


01:50
JPY
JPY Retail Trade s.a. (MoM) (FEB)
Düşük
0.7%
0.9%
-1.9%
JPY Retail Trade s.a. (MoM) (FEB)
JPY Retail Trade s.a. (MoM)

The total value of goods and services sold each month at retail outlets. The report serves as a direct gauge of consumption and consumer confidence. Consumer spending is one of the most important leading indicators for the Japanese economy. An increasing number of sales signal consumer confidence and economic growth, but higher consumption also leads to inflationary pressures. The headline figure they release is a year-on-year percentage change in the nominal value of items sold.


01:50
JPY
JPY Large Retailers' Sales (FEB)
Normal
1.3%
0.7%
0.0%
JPY Large Retailers' Sales (FEB)
JPY Large Retailers' Sales

The total value of goods sold in large department stores, chain convenience stores, and supermarkets in a particular month. The report serves as a direct gauge of consumption and consumer confidence. Consumer spending is one of the most important leading indicators for the Japanese economy. An increasing number of sales can signal consumer confidence and economic growth, but higher consumption can also leads to inflationary pressures. Retail Sales can be volatile due to seasonal fluctuations in demand. Thus the headline figure is the seasonally adjusted percentage change in sales compared to the previous year.


02:00
AUD
AUD CBAHIA House Affordability (4Q)
Düşük
96.2
AUD CBAHIA House Affordability (4Q)

03:30
CNY
CNY Industrial Profits (YoY) (FEB)
Normal
-8.0%
CNY Industrial Profits (YoY) (FEB)

09:00
GBP
Nationwide House Price (YoY) (MAR)
Düşük
5.1%
5.3%
5.7%
Nationwide House Price (YoY) (MAR)

09:00
EUR
EUR German Import Price Index (MoM) (FEB)
Düşük
1.4%
0.5%
-0.8%
EUR German Import Price Index (MoM) (FEB)
Measures the change in prices for goods imported by Germany. The Import Price Index is important in distinguishing changes in trade volume versus changes in trade prices. Whereas growth in import volume suggests stronger consumer demand and economic expansion, growth in import prices suggests higher production costs and inflationary pressures. Only when growth in import volume is also complemented by stable import prices can it be indicative of real economic growth. The headlines are the monthly and annual percentage change in the index


09:00
EUR
EUR German Import Price Index (YoY) (FEB)
Düşük
-3%
-3.9%
-4.4%
EUR German Import Price Index (YoY) (FEB)
Measures the change in prices for goods imported by Germany. The Import Price Index is important in distinguishing changes in trade volume versus changes in trade prices. Whereas growth in import volume suggests stronger consumer demand and economic expansion, growth in import prices suggests higher production costs and inflationary pressures. Only when growth in import volume is also complemented by stable import prices can it be indicative of real economic growth. The headlines are the monthly and annual percentage change in the index


09:00
GBP
GBP Nationwide House Price Index (MoM) (FEB)
Düşük
0.1%
0.2%
-0.1%
GBP Nationwide House Price Index (MoM) (FEB)

09:00
CHF
CHF KOF Leading Indicator (MAR)
Normal
90.1
CHF KOF Leading Indicator (MAR)

10:00
GBP
GBP BOE's Haldane Speaks at Event in Amsterdam
Düşük
GBP BOE's Haldane Speaks at Event in Amsterdam

10:30
GBP
GBP Net Consumer Credit (FEB)
Normal
0.8B
GBP Net Consumer Credit (FEB)

10:30
GBP
GBP Net Lending Sec. on Dwellings (FEB)
Normal
1.6B
GBP Net Lending Sec. on Dwellings (FEB)

10:30
GBP
GBP Mortgage Approvals (FEB)
Normal
60.8K
GBP Mortgage Approvals (FEB)

10:30
GBP
GBP M4 Money Supply (MoM) (FEB)
Düşük
-0.8%
GBP M4 Money Supply (MoM) (FEB)

10:30
GBP
GBP M4 Money Supply (YoY) (FEB)
Düşük
-2.2%
GBP M4 Money Supply (YoY) (FEB)

10:30
GBP
GBP M4 Ex IOFCs 3M Annualised (FEB)
Düşük
5.5%
GBP M4 Ex IOFCs 3M Annualised (FEB)

10:45
GBP
GBP BOE Governor Carney Speaks at Conference in Frankfurt
Düşük
GBP BOE Governor Carney Speaks at Conference in Frankfurt

11:15
GBP
GBP BOE's Broadbent Delivers Speech in London
Düşük
GBP BOE's Broadbent Delivers Speech in London

12:30
USD
USD Fed Vice Chair Fischer Speaks in Frankfurt
Düşük
USD Fed Vice Chair Fischer Speaks in Frankfurt

14:30
USD
USD Gross Domestic Product Price Index (4Q T)
Normal
0.1%
0.1%
0.1%
USD Gross Domestic Product Price Index (4Q T)
Measures changes in the prices of goods and services that are included in US GDP. The GDP Price Index is an indicator for inflation calculated by comparing the current GDP to GDP in the reference year. A high or rising GDP Price Index, like other indicators of inflation, puts pressure on the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates. The GDP price index differs from other more popular inflation measures like CPI, in that it includes all products accounted for by GDP and does not include the affects of changes in import prices. Furthermore, the report is only released quarterly and commands little market attention because of it lack of timeliness. The headline figure is the annualized percentage change


14:30
USD
USD Gross Domestic Product (Annualized) (4Q T)
Normal
2.2%
2.4%
2.2%
USD Gross Domestic Product (Annualized) (4Q T)
The GDP for the United States is a gauge of the overall output (goods & services) of the U.S. economy on the continental US GDP is the most comprehensive overall measure of economic output and provides key insight as to the driving forces of the economy. If the figure increases, then the economy is improving, and thus the dollar tends to strengthen. If the number falls short of expectations or meets the consensus, dollar bearishness may be triggered. This sort of reaction is again tied to interest rates, as traders expect an accelerating economy, consumers will be affected by inflation and consequently interest rates will rise. However, much like the CPI, a negative change in GDP is more difficult to trade; just because the pace of growth has slowed does not mean it has deteriorated. On the other hand, a better than expected number will usually result in the dollar rising as it implicates that a quickly expanding economy will sooner or later require higher interest rates to keep inflation in check. Overall though, the GDP has fallen in significance and its ability to move markets since most of the components of the report are known in advance. Due to the untimeliness of this report and because data on GDP components are available beforehand, the actual GDP figure is usually well anticipated. But given its overall significance GDP has the tendency to move the market upon release, acting to confirm or upset economic expectations. Robust GDP growth signals a heightened level of activity that is generally associated with a healthy economy. However economic expansion also raises concerns about inflationary pressures which may lead to monetary policy tightening


14:30
USD
USD Personal Consumption (4Q T)
Normal
4.4%
4.4%
4.2%
USD Personal Consumption (4Q T)
Comprehensive measure of how much consumers spend each month, counting expenditures on durable goods, consumer products, and services. Personal Consumption is a comprehensive measure of GDP; consequently the figure is watched as an indicator for economic trends. Spending also has direct affect on inflationary pressures. A healthy Personal Spending figure means that consumers are buying goods and services, fueling the economy and spurring output growth. The report is particularly valued for forecasting inflationary pressures. Taken in excess these high levels of consumption and production may lead to an overall increase in prices. Indeed, the Fed uses a measure of inflation derived from the PCE as their primary gauge of inflation. On the other hand, persistently low Personal Spending may result in decreasing levels of output and an economic downturn. Because income is either spent or saved, Personal Spending (when reported as a percent of income rather than the headline percent change) has an inverse relationship to personal saving. Economists watch the growth of Personal Spending in relation to income and saving to determine if consumers are living beyond their means, which would influence levels of borrowing and future consumption. The PCE figure is released in headlines as a percent change from the previous month. Volatile items like food and energy can fluctuate widely due to seasonal and non-systemic factors. In order to provide a less erratic picture of Personal Consumption, food and energy items are excluded in the PCE core report


14:30
USD
USD Core Personal Consumption Expenditure (QoQ) (4Q T)
Normal
1.1%
1.1%
1.1%
USD Core Personal Consumption Expenditure (QoQ) (4Q T)
Comprehensive measure of how much consumers spend each month, counting expenditures on durable goods, consumer products, and services. Personal Consumption is a comprehensive measure of GDP; consequently the figure is watched as an indicator for economic trends. Spending also has direct affect on inflationary pressures. A healthy Personal Spending figure means that consumers are buying goods and services, fueling the economy and spurring output growth. The report is particularly valued for forecasting inflationary pressures. Taken in excess these high levels of consumption and production may lead to an overall increase in prices. Indeed, the Fed uses a measure of inflation derived from the PCE as their primary gauge of inflation. On the other hand, persistently low Personal Spending may result in decreasing levels of output and an economic downturn. Because income is either spent or saved, Personal Spending (when reported as a percent of income rather than the headline percent change) has an inverse relationship to personal saving. Economists watch the growth of Personal Spending in relation to income and saving to determine if consumers are living beyond their means, which would influence levels of borrowing and future consumption. The PCE figure is released in headlines as a percent change from the previous month. Volatile items like food and energy can fluctuate widely due to seasonal and non-systemic factors. In order to provide a less erratic picture of Personal Consumption, food and energy items are excluded in the PCE core report


16:00
USD
USD U. of Michigan Confidence (MAR F)
Normal
93.0
92.0
91.2
USD U. of Michigan Confidence (MAR F)
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


19:00
USD
USD Baker Hughes U.S. Rig Count (MAR 27)
Düşük
USD Baker Hughes U.S. Rig Count (MAR 27)

21:45
USD
USD Fed's Yellen Speaks on Monetary Policy in San Francisco
Normal
USD Fed's Yellen Speaks on Monetary Policy in San Francisco

28 Mart 2015 Cumartesi
02:00
AUD
AUD CBAHIA House Affordability (4Q)
Düşük
96.2
AUD CBAHIA House Affordability (4Q)

29 Mart 2015 Pazar
09:00
CHF
CHF KOF Leading Indicator (MAR)
Normal
90.1
CHF KOF Leading Indicator (MAR)

10:30
GBP
GBP Net Consumer Credit (FEB)
Normal
0.8B
GBP Net Consumer Credit (FEB)

10:30
GBP
GBP Mortgage Approvals (FEB)
Normal
60.8K
GBP Mortgage Approvals (FEB)

10:30
GBP
GBP M4 Money Supply (MoM) (FEB)
Düşük
-0.8%
GBP M4 Money Supply (MoM) (FEB)

10:30
GBP
GBP M4 Money Supply (YoY) (FEB)
Düşük
-2.2%
GBP M4 Money Supply (YoY) (FEB)

10:30
GBP
GBP M4 Ex IOFCs 3M Annualised (FEB)
Düşük
5.5%
GBP M4 Ex IOFCs 3M Annualised (FEB)

10:30
GBP
GBP Net Lending Sec. on Dwellings (FEB)
Normal
1.6B
GBP Net Lending Sec. on Dwellings (FEB)

30 Mart 2015 Pazartesi
01:50
JPY
JPY Industrial Production (YoY) (FEB P)
Normal
-0.3%
-2.8%
JPY Industrial Production (YoY) (FEB 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.


01:50
JPY
JPY Industrial Production (MoM) (FEB P)
Düşük
-1.5%
3.7%
JPY Industrial Production (MoM) (FEB 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.





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