What To Look For In The Economic Calendar This Week

What To Look For In The Economic Calendar This Week

Even though the beginning of the week was pretty calm, next days we might encounter a rise in the volatility for the Forex market because of the economic releases. At this point the markets are quite stable. The US dollar is week after the speech of Janet Yellen and the Euro is not that powerful because of the latest rate cut.

Let us take a look over the most important economic publishes of this week:

Currency

Forecast

Previous

AUD

CB Leading Index m/m

-0.20%

AUD

Monetary Policy Meeting Minutes

EUR

German ZEW Economic Sentiment

54.6

52.8

EUR

ZEW Economic Sentiment

63.1

59.1

GBP

10-y Bond Auction

2.74|1.8

USD

Employment Cost Index q/q

0.50%

0.50%

USD

Treasury Sec Lew Speaks

USD

FOMC Member Dudley Speaks

USD

FOMC Member Evans Speaks

USD

President Obama Speaks

NZD

PPI Input q/q

0.60%

0.60%

NZD

PPI Output q/q

1.00%

1.00%

CAD

Gov Council Member Murray Speaks

AUD

MI Leading Index m/m

-0.10%

JPY

Trade Balance

-0.88T

-1.09T

USD

Fed Chairman Bernanke Speaks

AUD

RBA Assist Gov Debelle Speaks

CNY

CB Leading Index m/m

0.90%

CNY

Foreign Direct Investment ytd/y

6.20%

JPY

All Industries Activity m/m

0.50%

0.30%

EUR

German PPI m/m

0.10%

0.30%

GBP

MPC Asset Purchase Facility Votes

0-0-9

0-0-9

GBP

MPC Official Bank Rate Votes

0-0-9

0-0-9

CHF

ZEW Economic Expectations

24.9

GBP

MPC Member Dale Speaks

CAD

Wholesale Sales m/m

0.40%

0.50%

USD

Core CPI m/m

0.10%

0.10%

USD

Core Retail Sales m/m

0.10%

0.40%

USD

Retail Sales m/m

0.10%

-0.10%

USD

CPI m/m

0.00%

0.20%

USD

Existing Home Sales

5.17M

5.29M

USD

Business Inventories m/m

0.30%

0.30%

USD

FOMC Member Dudley Speaks

USD

Crude Oil Inventories

-0.2M

2.6M

USD

FOMC Member Bullard Speaks

GBP

MPC Member Weale Speaks

USD

FOMC Meeting Minutes

CAD

BOC Gov Poloz Speaks

CNY

HSBC Flash Manufacturing PMI

50.9

50.9

NZD

Credit Card Spending y/y

5.20%

JPY

Monetary Policy Statement

JPY

BOJ Press Conference

CHF

Trade Balance

2.45B

2.40B

EUR

French Flash Manufacturing PMI

49.6

49.1

EUR

French Flash Services PMI

51.3

50.9

EUR

German Flash Manufacturing PMI

52.3

51.7

EUR

German Flash Services PMI

53.1

52.9

EUR

Flash Manufacturing PMI

51.6

51.3

EUR

Flash Services PMI

51.9

51.6

AUD

RBA Gov Stevens Speaks

GBP

Public Sector Net Borrowing

4.8B

9.4B

GBP

CBI Industrial Order Expectations

0

-4

USD

PPI m/m

-0.20%

-0.10%

USD

Unemployment Claims

333K

339K

USD

Core PPI m/m

0.10%

0.10%

USD

Flash Manufacturing PMI

52.6

51.8

USD

FOMC Member Powell Speaks

EUR

Consumer Confidence

-14

-15

USD

Philly Fed Manufacturing Index

15.8

19.8

USD

Natural Gas Storage

20B

EUR

German Buba President Weidmann Speaks

USD

FOMC Member Bullard Speaks

NZD

Visitor Arrivals m/m

-1.00%

JPY

BOJ Monthly Report

EUR

German Final GDP q/q

0.30%

0.30%

EUR

German Ifo Business Climate

107.9

107.4

EUR

Italian Retail Sales m/m

0.40%

0.00%

CAD

Core CPI m/m

0.00%

0.20%

CAD

Core Retail Sales m/m

0.20%

0.40%

CAD

CPI m/m

0.20%

0.20%

CAD

Retail Sales m/m

0.30%

0.20%

USD

FOMC Member George Speaks

EUR

Belgian NBB Business Climate

-6.9

-7.7

USD

JOLTS Job Openings

3.89M

3.88M

USD

FOMC Member Tarullo Speaks

As you can see, tomorrow Australia will have its monetary policy meeting, for Germany will be publish, as well as for the Euro Area, the ZEW economic sentiment and FOMC members Dudley and Evans will have their speeches.

economic-calendar-18.11.2013Wednesday will be first published the MPC votes for the Asset Purchases and the Official Bank Rate and after that United States will release the CPI, Retail Sales, Existing Home Sales, Business Inventories and not to forget the FOMC Meeting Minutes. The party will continue with the release of China’s HSBC Flash Manufacturing, BOJ will have its monetary policy statement and the press conference, while in Europe will be published the Flash indicators for the manufacturing and services sectors. Afterwards the American PPI, Unemployment Claims and Philly Fed Manufacturing PMI will be announced.

The week will end with the German Ifo Business Climate and Canadian releases. Each and every indicator mentioned earlier, and not only them, could trigger high volatility around their publication, especially if they will come as a surprise for the market.

Get your weapons ready, sharpen your money management systems and get the best from these runs that might come.

 

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