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Economic Calendar | Trading Terms
 
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The Economic Calendar is the list of events that influence the largest global economies and their currencies. When new traders enter the financial world they quickly understand that this calendar exists and that the direction of currency pairs is very often influenced by it. But what exactly does this calendar consist of? Is it the same every week, month or year? Does it change or is it fixed in time? Here to answer all these questions is trading expert David Jones. In a step by step guide he shows us the different types of economic data that impacts economies – inflation reports, unemployment numbers, interest rates, etc. He also discusses the variability and changing nature of the economic calendar. The main part that all traders, regardless of their experience, has to remember is that events can be extremely volatile, bringing both opportunities and threats. But being able to predict or react correctly to these events can provide an advantage. At Trading 212 we provide an execution only service. This video should not be construed as investment advice. Investments can fall and rise. Capital at risk. CFDs are higher risk because of leverage.
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Using The Economics Calendar To Make Profitable Forex Trades Sponsored by Alvexo
 
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Trading Economic Events Can Help A New Traders Into A Profitable Trader. Economic events are scheduled well ahead of time and can give a novice time to research and gather knowledge and then build a proper trading strategy ahead of the event release.
Economic Calendar Analysis, Earnings and Important Events (Hindi)
 
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Economic Calendar Analysis is a part of the successful trading strategy. A successful trader or investor keep a close watch on the Economic Calendar for any potential volatility in the stock market. Volatility in the stock market is both good and bad. For professional traders, high volatility means intraday trading opportunity. Whereas conservative retail investors are not comfortable with high volatility as the risk increases. In this video, i have shared a website that lists down all the important and not so important economic events. These events are critical for investor or trader. Normally, i avoid intraday trading on high volatility days. You can also set a recurring event for an event relevant or important for your investment or trading. One of the best parts of web interface for Economic Calendar Analysis is that it tells you the expected probability i.e. expected volatility will be low, moderate or high. You may filter out non-important economic events from the list. Another important feature is earnings data available on this website. The best part is that it also shares forecast of the earning data & comparison of actual data with the forecast. it helps the investors and traders to decide the stock direction post result. If you liked this video, You can "Subscribe" to my YouTube Channel. The link is as follows https://goo.gl/nsh0Oh By subscribing, You can daily watch a new Educational and Informative video in your own Hindi language. For more such interesting and informative content, join me at: Website: http://www.nitinbhatia.in/ T: http://twitter.com/nitinbhatia121 G+: https://plus.google.com/+NitinBhatia #NitinBhatia
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Which Economic Data Releases Are Important for Day Trading?
 
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Which Economic Data Releases are Important? http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/course/US-economic-indicators.html PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE THIS VIDEO SO WE CAN DO MORE! You can look at an economic calendar and you will see a sea of stuff; what are you supposed to do with that? Which economic data news are more likely to move markets? First we have Interest Rates announcements (that is a big one), we have Job Numbers (unemployment), we have GDP, we have PPI and CPI, we have the Central Banks: Federal Reserve Announcements/Bank of England, Bank of Japan and the ECB Be aware when the interest rates announcements are coming round as that can be market moving, also when the Central banks are speaking you need to listen as they can greatly move markets.
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Why Using an Economic Calendar When Day Trading is So Important 🦊
 
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Why you must use a trading calendar when daytrading? http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/course/technical-analysis.html PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE THIS VIDEO SO WE CAN DO MORE! What is an economic calendar? An economic calendar is a diary of all the economic announcements that are coming out related to the economy. Figures like inflation, interest rates, job numbers, CPI, PPI. We aren't economists but if we're day trading these numbers have the potential to move the markets we are trading. As such there is a hidden risk in this - number comes out and you will see a spike in direction one way or another and as such you are giving away control of risk. Secondly the pattern of trading changes dramatically when we have big data coming ou, say like NFP (Non-Farm Payrolls) or a bit interest rate announcements. The likelihood is that the way any correlated markets are going to move but the pattern of trading will change.
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Trading Forex on News Releases and Economic Indicators 💥
 
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Trading Forex on News Releases and Economic Indicators http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/course/UK-Australia-indicators.html PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE THIS VIDEO SO WE CAN DO MORE If you've been trading for a while you know that most of these news releases are recorded on an economic calendar and some are prone to move the market more than others. So can you trade these economic data releases? The effect of Economic Data Releases on Foreign Exchange Markets 11 economic indicators that move the forex market: 1) GDP, overall economy health - this number is quite lagged so we are unlikely to get massive moves on it. 2) NFP, 1st Friday / linked to business cycle - this report comes out every month - if unemployment is way more than expected it means that it will have an impact on the business cycle later on - like an advance warning. 3) Unemployment rate - percentage of the labour force actively looking for work. 4) Federal funds rate - interest rate announcement decided by the Feb. This is another big thing - if the interest rate, the rate of the USD dollar exchange will move. 5) Consumers confidence - surveying a broad sector of people to check people's confidence about the economy 6) CPI, consumers price index, inflation index 7) Industrial Production Index - this measures the level of USA output in terms of quantity of material produced as opposed to dollar amount. 8) Capacity Illustration - how much capacity is being utilised in the manufacturing sector 9) Retail Sales 10) Durable good orders 11) Initial jobless claims These are the major economic indicators that drive the forex market. Related Videos How To Trade Forex On News Releases: Impact of News Events on Market Prices 🤞 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBp56lAQEI4 How to Trade the Major Forex News Releases with Resting Orders 💥 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FVDcsI-Mu0
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Understanding Important Economic Data
 
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Senior Associate Anthony Cheung gives an overview of what are the important economic indicators that affect financial markets and how to interpret them in order to enhance your trading strategies.
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Economic Indicators
 
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CPI, GDP, and Unemployment
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Economic Calendar Of The Week - Mar 28 - Apr 1, 2016
 
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Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy economic calendar of the week. Each week our news analysts review the upcoming economic events that you should be monitoring. Headlines over terrorism and immigration will dominate the markets after the triple bombings in Brussels spread worries throughout Europe. Monday sees many markets on extended holidays for Easter Monday. In the UK, the heaviest day for releases will be Thursday, with figures on fourth quarter Gross Domestic Product, monthly mortgage approvals, money supply and the current account balance (deficit) are all set for release. Previously, on Tuesday, British lenders would find out whether the Old Lady on Threadneedle Street wants them to start building up additional capital buffers to guard against the potential risks that might arise from looser lending. Of course, in the end the week's main event is still expected to be the March US non-farm payrolls report. In the Eurozone, a slate of manufacturing sector purchasing managers' indices out of the euro area will also be worth watching for any signs of improvement on the heels of the European Central Bank's latest stimulus measures. On Friday in the US, the all-important monthly jobs report is issued. Main interest is in job numbers — in particular, the change in non-farm payrolls. And economists expect that 200,000 jobs were created in March, down from 242,000 in February. The unemployment rate may have held steady at 4.9 per cent with average earnings up 0.2 per cent. The wage reading is important. Higher wages infer higher inflation and higher interest rates. Also on Friday, consumer sentiment, construction spending and car sales data are released with the ISM manufacturing reading. In China, purchasing manager surveys for manufacturing and services are due. Strong growth in jobs and a decent pickup in wage growth could see the greenback rally gather momentum, which would have deleterious consequences for oil prices. Company news is very thin on the ground this week, with some way to go before we get into the next US earnings season. As a result, the economic calendar will be the main focus, and here at least we have a decent selection of data from the major economies, including China, which will release PMI data for both its manufacturing and services sectors. By Barry Norman, Investors Trading Academy - ITA
Using The Economic Calendar For Your Trading with Barry Norman
 
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The important news for trading in the forex market is programmed months in advance. Traders will know that a meeting of the European Central Bank to discuss policy on interest levels will take place on such a date in the future. This gives traders time to do some research and analysis and position themselves accordingly. Most if not all brokers publish a live economic calendar which updates almost immediately the data is released.
What is the Economic Calendar Forex
 
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Trading The Economics Calendar
 
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Understanding the importance and learning to interpret an economic calendar is central to trading successfully, something all beginning traders need to master. Trading global economic events is one of the best ways to earn high profits in binary options. Binary options trades are based on momentum and volatility. Learn how to find important events and evaluate their previous results with the forecast and build a trading plan. By Barry Norman, Investors Trading Academy
Lesson 29: Key Events Affecting the Markets - Economic Data, Earnings, News
 
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Key Events Affecting the Markets - Economic Data, Earnings, News So we have got a lot of events which affect the markets. We have economic data that is scheduled, we have companies releasing earnings, we have harvest inventories, breaking news. Let’s have a look at each one. Ok, so, economic data and I’m going to include a link again in the tools section of this course, it’s a free section where you can get your calendar. Now we have things that come out regularly like interest rates announcements every month, we have jobs reports, cpi, ppi, inflation baskets, we have manufacturing from factories and this stuff comes out every day. It may be scheduled every week or every month depending on what the data is but, the important thing for us as traders is we make sure we understand where the risk is coming from during that day and avoid it because, what we don’t want to do is have a position on when we know we have a big jobs number coming up. So we have got a long on the FTSE, and we know there is a big jobs report coming up in the next ten minutes it’s probably prudent to take the position off or be prepared to sit through what could be wild volatility. So this is why we are always looking at our calendar in the day or in the week or in the month, to see what could affect the markets. Now obviously, each country has its own announcements, in the US we have got FED, in the UK we have the Bank of England, and we have different economic reports coming out for each country and they are going to affect things like the index of that country, the currency of that country, and then broadly oversee the stocks. Now stocks specific, we have earnings, obviously, companies release earnings to tell you how they are getting on and we have got those quarterly. We have interim reports, we have management news. So if you are long, let’s say Facebook, and you are thinking of holding the stock overnight, you need to be sure they haven’t got a scheduled announcement because the problem you have if you are trading stocks and holding overnight, is, that once that market is closed you can’t adjust your position at all. You’ve let go of full control of your risk and whatever happens, happens. Now let’s say the company comes out and warns they have made a massive, they have missed their profit targets, the next day that stock is going to gap significantly lower. Now that’s fine if you are sure, but if you are wrong obviously that’s going hurt. So, understanding where the risk of the market your trade is coming from, what’s your daily event risk, and also knowing what people are waiting for in the market. If we were a day before some really, really, key economic data then perhaps the day is going to be quiet because everyone is waiting for that data. So understanding that and recognising how that’s going to affect the market you are going to trade. The other thing is the harvesting inventories, we have got what is called crude oil and natural gas inventories which tells people how much we have got in stock. Now, that’s not so important sometimes because it becomes irrelevant but let’s say everybody’s looking at crude oil. We had a period a few years ago where it was very, very, important and people wanted to know how much crude oil we had in stock and how much was being pumped out, and all this stuff because it determined the price of crude oil. Obviously the more scarce a commodity is, the higher the price and if demand is going up, there’s not much of it about. You get a little bit of panic and people start paying more and more and more for it. The same with natural gas and it goes in swings and ebbs and flows, depending on how volatile or how much volume is flowing through the market and then obviously we have things in the soft commodities like the harvests and we get those reports; and there’s a great website for that, again I will include that at the end but in addition to that we have to prepare ourselves for breaking news, so unexpected world changing news and it does come along. We have Brexit, now it wasn’t unexpected, we knew that there was a vote in the British citizens were going to vote but the outcome was unexpected. So there’s always that surprise from unexpected scheduled news. Then we have the unfortunate things like terrorism and deaths.
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The Importance of an Economic Calendar
 
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LESSON 17. Economic calendar
 
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Economic Calendar Of The Week - Nov 2-6, 2015
 
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Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy economic calendar of the week. Each week our news analysts review the upcoming economic events that you should be monitoring. As the new month begins traders are getting ready to book year end profits. Traders will be aggressively looking for action pushing volumes higher than usual before things slow down for the holiday season. With most central bank meetings behind and the next meeting not scheduled until December which will make economic data key to trading. A busy week lies ahead of us, both in economic and corporate terms. PMIs from around the world, covering both manufacturing and services, will provide plenty of fuel for those assessing whether various parts of the global economy are going forward or backwards. While it is probably too early to see the impact of the recent Chinese rate cut in the China PMIs this week, but any signs of improvement here will allay concerns. The Federal Reserve kept rates unchanged, but the tweaks to the statement suggest that December is now fractionally more ‘live’ where possible rate increases are concerned than it was a week ago. However, data needs to pick up considerably before the market really begins to think more seriously about a move at the final meeting of the year. The week kicks off on Sunday in China when the National Bureau of Statistics releases the purchasing manager indexes for both manufacturing and the services sectors. The data is effectively ancient history following stimulus measures employed by the central bank. On Monday, the private sector variant of China’s manufacturing purchasing manager’s index from Caixin will be issued. And on Wednesday Caixin will issue its services purchasing managers index. Eurozone manufacturing PMI will be release for individual countries as well as the overall Eurozone. Also the UK numbers will be release. In the US, the week begins on Monday with the release of the ISM manufacturing index. Economists expect that the index eased from 50.2 to 49.7. Interesting the final reading of the competing Markit purchasing managers index for October is also issued and the preliminary reading was a lot higher than the ISM index at 54.0. On Tuesday the Reserve Bank meets to decide interest rate settings. And for the first time in six months, a decision to cut rates is being seriously entertained. Wednesday will see the ADP private jobs data from the US a leading indicator for the Nonfarm payroll report. The release of the monthly US jobs report on Friday will be very closely watched; given it will be the second to last report before the Federal Reserve´s next policy meeting in December. 152K jobs are forecast to have been created, up from 142K last month, and while the unemployment rate is expected to tick up to 5.2% from 5.1%. Average hourly earnings are forecast to rise by 0.2% from 0% MoM. Second in importance will be Thursday´s Bank of England monetary policy committee decision on rates, accompanied by the latest meeting minutes and Inflation Report. Scattered throughout the week are the standard new month data releases including Eurozone retail sales, Australian employment numbers as well as Canadian jobs data. By Barry Norman, Investors Trading Academy
Economic Indicators Explained in One Minute: From Forex & Stock Trading to Macroeconomics
 
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Economic indicators are basically pieces of a puzzle for economists. A single economic indicator doesn't tell you everything in and of itself but a series of economic indicators helps you paint an accurate picture of reality. Economic indicators are used for anything from forex trading and stock trading to macroeconomics. While economic indicators aren't open books, they can most definitely help you make informed decision when trading forex, when trading stocks, when analyzing a country from a macroeconomic perspective and the list could go on and on. Even if you aren't a forex or stock trader, economic indicators are still ridiculously useful because a few of them can tell you more about the economy than a multi-hour TV show! Please like, comment and subscribe if you've enjoyed this video. To support the channel, give me a minute (see what I did there?) of your time by visiting OneMinuteEconomics.com and reading my message. Bitcoin donations can be sent to 1AFYgM8Cmiiu5HjcXaP5aS1fEBJ5n3VDck and PayPal donations to [email protected], any and all support is greatly appreciated! Oh and I've also started playing around with Patreon, my link is: https://www.patreon.com/oneminuteeconomics Interested in reading a good book? My first book, Wealth Management 2.0 (through which I do my best to help people manage their wealth properly, whether we're talking about someone who has a huge amount of money at his disposal or someone who is still living paycheck to paycheck), can be bought using the links below: Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/Wealth-Management-2-0-Financial-Professionals-ebook/dp/B01I1WA2BK Barnes & Noble - http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/wealth-management-20-andrei-polgar/1124435282?ean=2940153328942 iBooks (Apple) - https://itun.es/us/wYSveb.l Kobo - https://store.kobobooks.com/en-us/ebook/wealth-management-2-0 My second book, the Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestseller The Age of Anomaly (through which I help people prepare for financial calamities and become more financially resilient in general), can be bought using the links below. Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/Age-Anomaly-Spotting-Financial-Uncertainty-ebook/dp/B078SYL5YS Barnes & Noble - https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-age-of-anomaly-andrei-polgar/1127084693?ean=2940155383970 iBooks (Apple) - https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/age-anomaly-spotting-financial-storms-in-sea-uncertainty/id1331704265 Kobo - https://www.kobo.com/ww/en/ebook/the-age-of-anomaly-spotting-financial-storms-in-a-sea-of-uncertainty Last but not least, if you'd like to follow me on social media, use one of the links below: https://www.facebook.com/oneminuteeconomics https://twitter.com/andreipolgar https://ro.linkedin.com/in/andrei-polgar-9a11a561
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Forex Economic Calendar Indicator 3 WWW.FOREX.INFPRO.INFO
 
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Curso Gratis Forex: http://www.forex.infpro.info Curso Gratis Forex: http://www.forex.infpro.info Curso Gratis Forex: http://www.forex.infpro.info Display news releases directly on your MetaTrader 4 platform chart, using Forex Economic Calendar. Download Free From / Curso Gratis Forex: http://www.forex.infpro.info forex trading, economic calendar, indicator, news trading, dailyfx, calendar, economic release 3 46
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Trading the Economics Calendar - A Great Tool for Forex and CFD Trading
 
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When an economic release comes out, markets can react violently as traders enter and exit positions based on the new information. Some news releases are more important than others. Non-farm payrolls (released on the first Friday of each month), CPI (inflation figures) and central bank announcements typically move the needle more than most, and these events see the sharpest price spikes. There is good reason for this. Central bank announcements like rate hikes directly affect the money supply which has a major bearing on the economy, while CPI figures or unemployment numbers can influence central bank policies. These days, sophisticated algorithms are able to process news releases in a blink of an eye and move the market accordingly. Financial markets therefore adjust quickly to the new information. Even so, the biggest news releases create opportunities in the market because they can cause long lasting price moves and momentarily distort the efficiencies of the market.
Learn How To Incorporate The Economics Calendar Into Your Forex Trading
 
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The economic calendar, which details upcoming economic releases, speeches, interest rate meetings, and much more. In the following material, we will discuss some best practices around using an economic calendar to guide your currency trading. There are many events that are tracked within an economic market calendar. Some of these have a big impact on specific currency instruments, while others are not that important. It is crucial to know which events are likely to cause volatility to expand vs. other events that may have only a minor, if any impact on currency pricing.
Trading the Economic Calendar with Barry Norman
 
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Learning and using the economics calendar to make smart trading decision is key to a successful trading plan. Using the properly analyze the calendar is well worth the effort
Economic Calendar Preview - 22nd June: Focus on US durable goods orders data – FXstreet
 
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Watch Presenter Zak Mir discuss the key macroeconomic data releases - durable goods orders release, Draghi speech - that could move the FX markets today. In collaboration with Royal Financial Trading; https://www.rfxt.com.au/
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Economic Calendar Of The Week - Jan 18-22, 2016
 
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Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy economic calendar of the week. Each week our news analysts review the upcoming economic events that you should be monitoring. Last week ended with China and oil sending shivers down trader’s spines. Risk off trading with the market goals as the Japanese yen soared in the safe haven environment. With oil in full retreat as well, it looks like we will see more downside in equities in the coming week. The Bank of England essentially put the sellers in control of sterling, as the chances of a 2016 rate rise already has become more and more remote. Meanwhile, the Bank of Canada and the European Central Bank come into focus for the coming week, with the latter expected to leave stimulus unchanged, and the former likely to hold rates at 0.5%, despite the ongoing fall in oil prices. We also have CPI figures from the UK, Eurozone and US, which will be key events for FX markets as they attempt to determine monetary policy decisions for these economies. The key event this will be the ECB meeting on Thursday. No one is sure exactly what to expect from Mario Draghi after lackluster inflation and growth data over the past month. A steady stream of important economic indicators this week in almost all jurisdictions could be expected to keep investors and traders on their toes. To begin with, the possibility existed that over the weekend the International Atomic Energy Agency would 'sign-off' on the lifting of nuclear sanctions against Iran. That could pave the way for Iranian crude oil exports to start returning to international markets as soon as Monday. Chinese economic data dominates the early part of the week while US economic data is a mixed bag of leading indicators and surveys and data on housing activity. The week kicks off in China on Monday with the release of home price data for December. Prices are up 0.9 per cent over the year. On Tuesday, China releases economic growth data for the December quarter as well as activity data for the December month. Economists expect that the economy grew 6.8 per cent in the year to December. After a holiday on Monday, in the US the week kicks off on Tuesday with the Housing Market index, data on capital flows and the usual weekly data on chain store sales. On Wednesday the all-important data on consumer prices is released — timely, given that the figures are one week out from the first Federal Reserve meeting of 2016. Core (underlying) inflation is up 2 per cent over the year. Data on housing starts is also released on Wednesday with weekly mortgage data. On Thursday the influential Philadelphia Federal Reserve survey is issued together with the weekly data on new claims for unemployment insurance (jobless claims). And on Friday the leading index is released together with data on existing home sales. The leading index may have lifted 0.2 per cent in December while existing home sales may have clawed back 9 per cent of the 10.5 per cent lost in November. The ‘flash’ or preliminary purchasing manager indexes for January are released in the US and Europe. By Barry Norman, Investors Trading Academy - ITA
Trading the News
 
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Trading the News by Steve Ruffley of InterTrader http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/intertrader/intertrader.html Planning and executing positive expectancy trades around calendar events. PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE so we can bring you more! What is an economic calendar? This is a list of scheduled macro economic indicators releases, government reports, government policy updates as well as speeches by influential individuals. These divide into leading indicators like consumers expectations, building permits, money supply and lagging indicators that change after the economy as a whole did like unemployment related figures and consumer/producer price index.
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Economic Calendar Of The Week - March 21-25, 2016
 
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Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy economic calendar of the week. Each week our news analysts review the upcoming economic events that you should be monitoring. Equity investors will be watching currency markets this week for signs that the recent, related trends of a weakening dollar and a strengthening stock market will continue. After a historically bad start to the year, the Dow and S&P 500 both moved into positive territory last week, in part on expectations that a 3-week move down by the dollar could buoy corporate profits and share prices. Many investors had been concerned over the dollar's strength, as it can crimp exports, earnings and economic growth. Between Sept. 17 and mid-February, the dollar had risen more than 2 percent against a basket of major currencies, as the US Federal Reserve embarked on a tighter policy while other central banks were easing. The past week was dominated by the US Federal Reserve meeting and resulting changes to forecasts. In the coming week, the US will continue to hold centre stage with the release of a number of indicators on the housing sector and revised estimates on US GDP. Investors will also focus on the “flash” manufacturing PMI’s released across the globe – Japan, the US, France, Germany and the Eurozone - on Thursday. With a short trading week ahead of the Easter holiday, volume is expected to be light as markets move closer to the Good Friday holiday. Economic data scheduled for release include February durable goods and several manufacturing surveys. Investors will be looking for signs of improvement after regional manufacturing surveys for New York and Philadelphia this week came in above expectations. While regional Fed surveys on their own can be considered minor, when taken as a whole they give investors a good idea of "whether we are off that bottom in terms of manufacturing. Overall, the global environment looks much more supportive of growth, with central banks communicating a dovish intent to investors. Key themes for the week will be the weaker dollar, which has fallen following the recent Fed meeting, along with the ongoing, and seemingly unstoppable, rise in crude oil that has confounded many. Equity markets have remained firm despite the occasional dip; fund flows have yet to turn bullish, which in one respect suggests a period of weakness ahead, but in another indicates that there is still plenty of money on the sidelines that may enter and prompt further gains for global stock markets. By Barry Norman, Investors Trading Academy - ITA
Trading Webinar from eSignal: Econoday’s Economic Events Calendar with Event Impact Analysis
 
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This free webinar presented by Jeremy Hawkins, Sr. Economist, Econoday and Ilan Azbel, Founder/CEO, Autochartist and hosted by eSignal Learning will introduce Econoday’s Economic Event Calendar, how traders can make more informed decisions for their trades based on Economic data and how EIA can be used by FX traders. In this webinar, you will learn: • How a better understanding of economic events can give you a strategic advantage in trading • How reviewing historical pricing volatility after an economic announcement can provide insight to future trading opportunities • How you can leverage the features of Econoday’s Global Premier Calendar with Event Impact Analysis particularly in the FX markets • How FX trading can be exciting • Why details matter when interpreting economic release data • Why the market can move even when the actual release data equals the consensus • How current data can contain much more potentially market-moving information than just the headline number Learn more about Econoday Global Premier Calendar to know what global economic events are impacting markets and why - http://www.esignal.com/partners/add-on-formula-studies/econoday-global-premier-calendar.aspx
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Economic Calendar Of The Week - August 17-21, 2015
 
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Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy economic calendar of the week. Each week our news analysts review the upcoming economic events that you should be monitoring during the week. This week traders are hoping for a bit less stress after last week’s unexpected excitement. Concerns about China ratcheted higher last week after the country shocked the world by devaluing its currency. That raised the specter of a global trade war or that Beijing was panicking over a more severe economic slowdown than expected. Chinese officials already spooked global investors with their heavy-handed response to the crash in stock prices earlier this summer. The biggest reason why China matters is size. Unlike Greece, Puerto Rico or other one-off situations, China has the scale to impact the entire globe. It's now the world's second-largest economy, blowing past Japan and Germany in recent years. China is also the biggest consumer of raw materials like oil and copper, both of which have plunged in recent weeks. A more dramatic decline in Chinese growth could cause commodities to crumble further, unleashing financial havoc on countries that rely on those natural resources. By the end of the week and after a rare public announcement from the PBOC reversed market stress. Over the weekend surveys from the Wall Street Journal and Reuters both pointed to two interest rate increases by the Fed which should dominate trading this week. Gold should reverse gains while the US dollar surges. A number of Fed policy makers have signaled the first rate increase may come at their Sept. 16-17 meeting. “It will take a significant deterioration in the economic picture for me to be disinclined to move ahead,” Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Dennis Lockhart told the Journal last week. The week kicks off on Monday with the release of the New York Federal Reserve manufacturing index, the housing market activity index from the National Association of Home Builders and data on capital flows. On Tuesday, data on housing starts and building permits will be released together with the usual weekly chain store sales figures. The building permits data is the leading gauge on home building. Economists expect that permits fell by 10 per cent in July. But housing starts may have remained stable at a 1.17 million annual rate in the month. On Wednesday, the July consumer price index (inflation) is issued. Federal Reserve policymakers would prefer to see some evidence that inflationary pressures are picking up before they decide to lift interest rates. The big event of the week will be the FOMC minutes release in the afternoon US time. On Thursday the leading index is released together with data on existing home sales, the pivotal Philadelphia Federal Reserve business survey and the regular weekly data on claims for unemployment insurance. By Barry Norman, Investors Trading Academy
Economic Calendar of The Week - May 25-29, 2015
 
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Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy economic calendar of the week. Each week our news analysts review the upcoming economic events that you should be monitoring during the week. As we move into the last trading week of May the economics calendar will be quiet once again. There are still many reports due this week that should spark the markets. Greece will remain in the forefront after surprise comments on Friday. German Chancellor Merkel and French President Hollande said on Friday that the Greek government needs to do more work, to flesh out its reform program and satisfy creditors. Earlier, the Greek government said it expects to reach a deal within the next 10 days. Earnings season has more or less ended both in the US and the UK, with only a few stragglers on the list. Meanwhile, economic news sees confidence data take center stage, although the Bank of Canada decision will liven up the situation for CAD watchers. Indices have made strides to recover some lost ground last week, and US markets are back to within touching distance of all-time highs. However, this week is not likely to provide many catalysts to drive them higher, and the absence of any Greek deal could result in a difficult start to the week for stock markets. Monday will be very quiet with US and UK markets on holiday. There are no Chinese economic indicators of note so the spotlight will clearly be on the US economic data releases. The week kicks off on Tuesday with no fewer than 6 economic events scheduled. Data on durable goods orders will be released a key measure of business investment. Durable goods are generally regarded as goods that last longer than three years such as aircraft, fridges and computers. Orders may have fallen by 1.2 per cent in April after lifting by 4.7 per cent in March. Also two data releases on home prices are released with consumer confidence, new home sales, the Richmond Federal Reserve survey and weekly data on chain store sales. Home prices may have risen by 0.8 per cent in March to stand almost 5 per cent higher than a year ago. And new home sales may have rebounded by 7.1 per cent in April after slumping by 11.4 per cent in March. There is a long list of standard data due on Wednesday and Thursday including the weekly unemployment figures. Friday will be a big trading day with many exciting events on the calendar including University of Michigan consumer confidence along with US advance GDP reading. Following weak trade data, economists now expect that the economy went backwards by 0.6 per cent. Clearly the figures will make it more difficult for the Federal Reserve to lift interest rates in coming months. Also out on Friday is a speech by the Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen and the Chicago purchasing manager’s survey. By Barry Norman, Investors Trading Academy
Economic Calendar Of The Week - Feb 15-19, 2016
 
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Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy economic calendar of the week. Each week our news analysts review the upcoming economic events that you should be monitoring. Last week’s main focus was Janet Yellen’s testimony before US lawmakers. The decline in oil prices and the tone of Yellen’s testimony stressed the markets and caused a run to safe havens. This week economic data becomes the main source of information, after a relatively quiet past week in which Janet Yellen’s testimony to truculent US politicians was the highlight of the last seven days. CPI numbers from around the world are likely to continue indicating that price growth, especially in developed markets, is nowhere near the level central banks would consider ideal. UK retail sales and unemployment figures also loom large, and will be key for direction in sterling crosses. There is the usual bevy of economic indicators to be released in the US in the coming week. And China emerges from the Lunar New Year holidays with the release of key economic data. The week kicks off on Monday with the January trade figures to be released in China. Analysts are tipping the trade surplus to have narrowed from $60.09 billion to $58.85bn in January. US markets are closed on Monday for the Presidents’ Day holiday. European affairs will matter more than ever in the coming week, with investors and even the average man on the street expected to keep close tabs on the outcome of the European Council meeting on 17-18 February, in Brussels. Should European Union heads of state agree to EU council president Donald Tusk's draft proposal for the UK to remain inside the EU club then that would kick-off the countdown for the UK's referendum on membership, which was likely to be called for 23 June as long as an agreement between Cameron and EU leaders was forthcoming before 3 March, Morgan Stanley said in a research note e-mailed to clients. After last week's sharp strengthening in the Japanese yen, data on that country's gross domestic product, on Sunday, and industrial production, on the Monday afterwards, would likely also attract more attention than usual. European Council aside, UK investors would be watching out for the latest UK employment report which was scheduled for release on Wednesday and data on public finances, on Friday. In the US, the main releases to watch for were the minutes of the US Fed's last policy meeting, which were expected out on Wednesday, Thursday's Philly Fed manufacturing index and lastly, come Friday, figures on consumer prices referencing the month of January. By Barry Norman, Investors Trading Academy - ITA
Economic Calendar Of The Week - Nov 16-20, 2015
 
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Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy economic calendar of the week. Each week our news analysts review the upcoming economic events that you should be monitoring. Stock markets around the globe crashed last week after disappointing Chinese and Eurozone data spooked the markets sending the VIX Fear Index to a record high. Speeches by Janet Yellen and Mario Draghi showed the central banks moving in opposite directions as Eurozone GDP fell lower again while US inflation was a bit weak. The bevy of Fed speakers all seemed to point to a December rate increase. This week, traders will closely monitor US data but are hoping for some hint from the Fed members on size of the rate increase as the question moved to not if or when but how many increases will the Fed have in 2016. Mario Draghi continues to drop increasing hints about an increase in Eurozone QE, which has driven down the euro but done little for stock markets. Economic news this week is dominated by inflation numbers from the Eurozone, UK, US and Canada, which will drive FX movements. Also of note will be German ZEW and UK retail sales. The week kicks off in the US on Monday with the Empire State manufacturing survey. UK consumer price figures due out on Tuesday should also be monitored. The forecast from Credit Suisse was for CPI to stay put at a year-on-year rate of -0.1%. Low consumer prices were perhaps the chief factor weighing on the Bank of England's recent policy deliberations and the reason behind the 'dovish' message it delivered after the last meeting of the monetary policy committee. Later in the day the focus in the US will be on monthly inflation data as well as industrial production. The Federal Reserve is closely watching all the economic indicators to determine if rates should be lifted in December. On Wednesday in China, the October figures on house prices are released. In the year to September house prices were down 0.9 per cent. In the US, the Federal Reserve releases minutes from the last policymaking meeting held on October 28. Analysts will be going through the report with a fine-toothed comb for assurance that rates are set to rise at the December meeting. Later in the day the October data on housing starts is released together with the usual weekly report on mortgage transactions -- purchases and refinancing. Economists are tipping a 3.4 per cent retracement in housing starts after the hefty 6.5 per cent increase in September. The week slows down with little major data on Thursday and a quiet day on Friday. On Thursday the leading index is released together with the influential Philadelphia Federal Reserve survey and the usual weekly data on claims for unemployment insurance. Economists tip an encouraging 0.4 per cent lift in the leading index while the Philly Fed index is expected to improve from -4.5 points to 0.5 points. By Barry Norman, Investors Trading Academy - ITA
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When an economic release comes out, markets can react violently as traders enter and exit positions based on the new information. Some news releases are more important than others. Non-farm payrolls (released on the first Friday of each month), CPI (inflation figures) and central bank announcements typically move the needle more than most, and these events see the sharpest price spikes. There is good reason for this. Central bank announcements like rate hikes directly affect the money supply which has a major bearing on the economy, while CPI figures or unemployment numbers can influence central bank policies. These days, sophisticated algorithms are able to process news releases in a blink of an eye and move the market accordingly. Financial markets therefore adjust quickly to the new information. Even so, the biggest news releases create opportunities in the market because they can cause long lasting price moves and momentarily distort the efficiencies of the market.
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Economic Calendar Of The Week - May 2-6, 2016
 
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Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy economic calendar of the week. Each week our news analysts review the upcoming economic events that you should be monitoring. With a new month there is hopes for better economic results. Last week central banks and earning were the main focus. All three banks, the US Fed, the Bank of Japan and the Bank of New Zealand all held rates and policy. Facebook and Amazon surprised the markets to the upside as a dismal earning season winds down this week. Economic data sees PMI numbers from the UK, plus Chinese PMI figures and US non-farm payrolls at the end of the week. Markets were rocked by the Bank of Japan’s decision to hold fire at its most recent meeting, and with Japanese data relatively thin on the ground we may see a recovery in the Nikkei. Elsewhere, the focus will be on crude oil, which has made new 2016 highs this week. Purchasing managers´ indices for the manufacturing and services sector scheduled for release on Tuesday and Thursday will provide further real-time readings on the current state of affairs in the British economy. Nevertheless, and as the Monetary Policy Committee pointed out at its last meeting, the uncertainty relating to the 23 June referendum can be expected to continue clouding the data. Acting as a backdrop, and as occurs on the first week of each month, the most important release by far will be Friday´s US non-farm payrolls number for April, especially given the steady stream of warnings from central bank officials stateside regarding the possibility the debt markets might be too complacent when it comes to pricing-in further rate hikes this year. Starting off the week ECB President Mario Draghi will speak in Frankfurt. He may refer to the recent criticism from Germany that the ECB’s low rates were squeezing savers. Draghi defended this policy of printing money and keeping borrowing costs at rock bottom saying this strategy proves to be affective. Draghi also called on euro zone governments to help get the region’s sluggish economy on a more solid footing through economic reforms. Market volatility is expected. Tuesday’s Asian session will be busy with Australian rate decision. The Reserve Bank of Australia maintained the official cash rate at a record low 2% for a 10th straight meeting. RBA governor Glenn Stevens stated that low inflation may prompt another rate cut to boost economic activity. Next we will have New Zealand’s jobs data. The labor market recovered in the last quarter of 2015 as unemployment plunged to a six-year low of 5.3% from 6% in the third quarter. However, the sharp decline in unemployment was also facilitated by a 0.2% fall in labor market participation. New Zealand work force increased by 0.9% to 2.369 million during the quarter. Analysts expected unemployment to rise to 6.1% and job growth to rise 0.8%. Wednesday bring up leading indicating data from ADP. U.S. private sector added 200,000 jobs in March, beating forecasts of 195,000. Private payroll figures in February were revised down to 205,000 from an originally reported 214,000 increase. The ADP reports comes ahead of the major employment release from the U.S. Labor Department, which includes both public and private-sector employment. US private sector is expected to add 205,000 new jobs in April. The global focus will shift to the US Nonfarm payroll report due Friday morning. US monthly employment release showed solid expansion in March with a rise in wages, indicating the economy remains resilient signaling the Fed to proceed with its gradual rate raise plan. Nonfarm payrolls increased 215,000 in March following a 242,000 addition in the previous month. The Fed has downgraded its economic outlook amid cheap oil prices and the strong dollar, saying it is appropriate for policymakers to “proceed cautiously in adjusting policy.” However, the positive figures in March show a positive trend in the US economy. US monthly Job growth is expected to reach 206,000 as the unemployment rate should remain at 5%. By Barry Norman, Investors Trading Academy - ITA
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Economic Calendar of The Week - April 6-10, 2015
 
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Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy economic calendar of the week. Each week our news analysts review the upcoming economic events that you should be monitoring during the next week. US markets will be open on Monday. Most European markets remain closed for the spring bank holiday on Easter Monday. The first time that the markets will be able to react to the devastating US nonfarm payroll report will be Tuesday. Most global markets were closed also on Friday during the data release. Traders in Europe return to their posts on Tuesday and there are expectations of high volatility. The lackluster employment data seen on Friday might overshadow the Fed minutes; however, it is still the key event of the week. The next major test for global share markets is the US earnings season – the time when companies release earnings data for the March quarter. Investors have been warned to expect a tough earnings season. The main positive is that if the results are nowhere near as dire as predicted, investors may end up celebrating rather than commiserating. Alcoa kicks off the earnings season – as is now tradition – on Wednesday with Constellation Brands and Walgreens to follow on Thursday. Monday will see US services and non-manufacturing PMI data. Tuesday will be busy with government offices reopening from the holiday. Australia will kick off the week with the RBA interest rate decision. Although not expected to cut rates from the current 2.25%, the probability of a cut is higher than it has been recently, which would likely be bearish for the Aussie. Also in Tasmania traders will see Aussie retail sales which are expected to grow by 0.4%. In Europe speculator will watch the latest update of services PMI data. Then the US Jolts job opening will be released. This indicator measures the number of new vacancies advertised. Although lagging by two months it is still useful for tracking the number of opportunities on offer for Americans. Wednesday will be an important day with Eurozone retail sales and then the FOMC minutes. At this meeting the Fed removed the word ‘patient’ but replaced it with language deemed to be relatively accommodative. Hawkish minutes would be bullish for USD. On Thursday traders will watch the Bank of England meeting but there are no expectations of any changes. As the week comes to a close markets will keep a close eye on Chinese inflation data. The reading is expected to drop to 1.3% from 1.4%. The governor of the Chinese central bank said at the beginning of last week that the PBoC was prepared to fight disinflation, and if CPI weakens this will give them more room to achieve this. By Barry Norman, Investors Trading Academy
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Economic Calendar Of The Week - Dec 21-25, 2015
 
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Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy economic calendar of the week. Each week our news analysts review the upcoming economic events that you should be monitoring. The countdown to the New Year is here and most markets are slowing down with traders leaving on holiday breaks. As markets volume declines and traders begin to leave on holiday vacation, investors are expected to move to safe haven assets to sit tight over the holiday. The cupboard is largely bare in terms of key domestic economic indicators or events until January 4. There are still plenty of indicators to watch in the US, focusing on consumer spending, consumer confidence and the housing market. The influential regional manufacturing surveys are released over the next couple of weeks and will feed into the ISM manufacturing gauge released in the New Year. US economists are forecasting modest improvements in indicators to be released over the coming days. The final reading on September quarter economic growth should confirm that the US recovery is on track, supporting the decision by the Federal Reserve to lift interest rates for the first time in almost a decade. Similarly, house price growth remains healthy, while activity and new construction in the sector remains strong. Single-family housing starts are now holding at the best levels since early 2008. It’s clear the US economy is in good shape with firm economic growth and low unemployment. Despite most market investors and money managers have already squared their trading books in the run-up to Christmas; quite a few first-tier macroeconomic indicators are scheduled for release in the coming week. Data on Japanese consumer prices and unemployment at the end of the week will also be closely watched, given that some analysts are still holding out for more monetary stimulus from the Bank of Japan. In the Eurozone, the key event may well be Spain´s national elections this weekend, given the importance of that periphery economy. The political dynamics in that Mediterranean country bear a close resemblance to those in its regional neighbors. Thus, stock markets will be trading mostly on sentiment, and while we have seen some of the post-Fed rally unwind, there is still time for markets to rally ahead of Christmas. As to the period between Christmas and the New Year, the light volumes that will prevail will make it difficult to predict whether bulls or bears will emerge with the upper hand for the final sessions of the year. By Barry Norman, Investors Trading Academy - ITA
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Monitor the markets using our Market Calendar - CMC Next Generation trading platform
 
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The new "Economic calendar" allows you to gain an overview about the global economic data releases and their impact on the market.You can even configure alarms to notify you in advance of an announcement. CMC Markets is a global leader in online trading, offering spread betting, CFD and FX trading. Learn how to spread bet and how to trade CFDs with our variety of educational videos on trading strategies. Trade the financial markets such as currencies, commodities, indices, companies and treasuries. Riskwarning: This video is for general information only and is not intended to provide trading or investment advice or personal recommendations. Any information relating to past performance of an investment does not necessarily guarantee future performance. CMC shall not be responsible for any loss that you incur, either directly or indirectly, arising from any investment based on any information in this video. Please remember spread betting and trading CFDs carries significant risks and may not be suitable for all investors. Losses can exceed your initial deposit.
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Economic Calendar of The Week - May 4-8, 2015
 
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Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy economic calendar of the week. Each week our news analysts review the upcoming economic events that you should be monitoring during the next week. There is the usual bevy of economic indicators for release in the US with employment statistics dominating the headlines later in the week. In addition, data on manufacturing activity in China is released on Monday as well as inflation and trade data later in the week. HSBC will release its manufacturing gauge on Monday and services gauge on Wednesday. And on Friday the National Bureau of Statistics will issue trade data. In addition inflation figures are expected on Saturday alongside a raft of financial figures including new yuan loans, M2 money supply and aggregate financing. There are also several major global events including the UK elections and the nonfarm payroll report this week. All eyes will turn to the UK General Election, which, with so little time left before polls open, is still not pointing to a clear leader. We also have key data from Australia, including a rate decision, and given the shift in data to the downside we could see further weakness in the Australian dollar. News from Greece will also dominate the markets as markets are expecting an agreement before the delayed IMF payment which is due on May 9th. In the US on Monday, the regional ISM New York survey is released as well as factory orders for March. On Tuesday, the RBA rate decision will be released early in the morning while the Australian central bank is not expected to cut rates, dovish commentary may put fresh downward pressure on the Aussie. Later in the day the US will see trade data for March with the ISM services sector gauge. On Wednesday, the ADP national employment index and weekly data on home loans are released. In terms of the ADP jobs report, economists expect a189,000 increase in private jobs -- a precursor to Friday’s official job report. On Thursday, the Challenger job layoff data for March is released together with consumer credit and the usual weekly figures on claims for unemployment insurance. During the North American session on Thursday traders will get the first polls from the UK after the close of voting at 10pm BST time. And on Friday in the US, the pivotal non-farm payrolls or employment data is released. In recent speeches the Federal Reserve has said that the timing of any rate hike will be ‘data dependent’. Big data like employment will play a pivotal role as to when rates are lifted. Economists expect that around 190,000 jobs were created in April. The jobless rate is expected to ease from 5.5 per cent to 5.4 per cent. By Barry Norman, Investors Trading Academy
Economic Calendar Of The Week - Feb 29 - Mar 4, 2016
 
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Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy economic calendar of the week. Each week our news analysts review the upcoming economic events that you should be monitoring. As the new month unfolds traders are glad to put February behind. The month seems to be ready to end on a positive note after oil prices rebounded helping global stocks and commodities to rally. Brexit talk has kicked off in earnest, while an upward revision to US GDP helped the cause of those that think another rate move will be on its way later in 2016. There is plenty of data to watch in the US, however the ‘star’ of the US monthly economic data calendar is the non-farm payrolls (employment) figures. And those jobs figures are released in the coming week on Friday. Economists expect that the good run of results continued in February with 195,000 jobs created. Apart from the jobless rate, the other indicator in the report that will be scrutinized will be the measure of wages. If wages are starting to lift, the Federal Reserve will feel more comfortable continuing the process of “normalizing” interest rates. In terms of the other indicators, the procession starts on Monday with data on pending home sales and the Chicago Purchasing Manager index slated for release alongside the influential regional Dallas Fed manufacturing index. Also keep an eye out on Monday for the Chinese manufacturing data. Both measures — the National Bureau of Statistics and Caixin gauges measure activity in manufacturing sector. The service sector data is slated for release on Wednesday. In the coming week, the profit-reporting or earnings season is transformed into the ‘economic reporting season’. And clearly the raft of figures will be important in dictating direction for interest rate and currency markets. At present financial markets have fully priced in another rate cut to occur within seven months. No one can claim it with any certainty — but the oil price does seem to be gyrating around $US30 a barrel. Whether oil holds at these levels is important not just for the energy stocks but also for the financial sector. Major earnings reports come in from Glencore, Fresnillo, Barclays and Taylor Wimpey, which may well help to keep the UK rally ticking over. With such strong gains behind us, it may prove difficult to keep the upward move going, with some pullback likely. As ever, oil prices, currently holding up well, will play a key part in determining whether stock markets stand or fall. By Barry Norman, Investors Trading Academy - ITA
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Economic Calendar Of The Week - May 18-22, 2015
 
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Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy economic calendar of the week. Each week our news analysts review the upcoming economic events that you should be monitoring during the next week. As we move into the middle of the month, top tier data and central bank meetings are either behind or ahead so we can expected a fairly demur week. This week we will get the central bank meeting minutes from the RBA, the Bank of England and the US FOMC. The RBA minutes due on Tuesday could weaken the Aussie which is trading well above its average trading range. The RBA surprised markets a few weeks ago and cut rates. The minutes will reveal the thinking behind the decision and might offer hints that more to come, in terms of rate cuts, could put further pressure on the Aussie. The economics calendar is bare on Monday and with the Greek situation put off until the end of the month after they made the May 12th IMF payment markets are expected to be a bit sleepy. Tuesday there will be a broad range of mid-level data including the UK and Eurozone inflation reports along with German economic sentiment and US housing starts and building permits. On Wednesday, minutes of the last Federal Reserve meeting are released and investors will look for clues on the timing of rate hikes. There will be particular focus on the Fed’s views when it comes to the labour market. We expect the Fed to look to raise interest rates in the September quarter. On Thursday, no less than five separate reports are released. The leading index is issued together with the influential Philadelphia Federal Reserve survey, existing home sales, Kansas City Federal Reserve index, and weekly data on jobless claims. In terms of data on existing home sales, economists expect that sales rose by 1.2 per cent in April. Across all other indicators economists expect improvement, potentially underpinning investor sentiment on the broader economy. Key data for the coming week will be PMI figures, which will give us an insight into the state of manufacturing around the world. On Friday the Markit “flash” reading on the manufacturing purchasing manager’s index for May is released alongside the monthly consumer prices. Also on Friday, Markit issues 'flash' PMIs for China, France, Germany and the Eurozone. By Barry Norman, Investors Trading Academy
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http://www.capexforextrading.com/forex-trading-basics Link for the economic calendar - http://www.capexforextrading.com/forex-economic-calendar News and data releases are considered to be leading indicators for various economies. The reason why is because they provide us with information on economy strength. It is because of this that they have the power to turn the market around at any point in the day. Major news releases you should consider are released by the ECB, MPC, BoE and FOMC. You should take note of who their leading individuals are and find out when their speeches and data releases are due for release.
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Economic Calendar Of The Week - July 13-17, 2015
 
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Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy economic calendar of the week. Each week our news analysts review the upcoming economic events that you should be monitoring during the week. There is no way at this moment to predict the outcome of Sunday’s Eurogroup meeting, but now that Greece has accepted most of the creditors demands and gotten received approval from the Parliament the ball is in the Eurogroup and the Troika’s ballpark. There is no way that a deal won’t be done, it’s just a matter of time at this point. Hopefully a final deal or the frame work for an agreement will be reached on Sunday so that the ECB can assist the Greek banking system early in the week stopping a complete collapse of the banking system. Saturday's Eurogroup meeting of finance ministers will be the pivotal event of the week. All eyes will be on whether an agreement can finally be reached between Greece and its international creditors. The outcome of negotiations will be the determining factor behind the content of Thursday's European Central Bank policy meeting. The results of the ECB's latest bank lending survey are also scheduled for release that same day and are expected to show that credit growth, the lifeblood of the economy, is about to pick-up, according to analysts at Credit Suisse. The latest consumer price inflation and employment figures in the UK are also due out, on Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively. Investors will be closely watching to see if regular pay growth continued to improve in the quarter to May. In the US the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia will release its regional manufacturing sector gauge, known as the Philly Fed index, on Thursday. The University of Michigan's preliminary reading on consumer confidence for July also has the potential to move markets. The Beige book due out on Wednesday is also likely to make for an interesting read ahead of the next FOMC meeting. On Wednesday all eyes will be on Janet Yellen’s testimony on Monetary Policy before US lawmakers. She will testify before the Senate Banking Committee and the US congress over two days. After last Friday’s speech in which Yellen indicated that she sees an interest rate increase before the end of the year, much of her testimony will be mute. Other events in focus this week will be UK CPI and unemployment data, which may help to spur GBP/USD higher as it seeks to turnaround its current losing streak. The Bank of Canada may also cut rates, which should cause USD/CAD to spike higher and commence a new rally, after one that has already seen the pair hit multi-month highs. Early in the week China will release its trade balance numbers. The June surplus expected to widen to $68.7 billion from $59.48 billion. Wednesday in the early morning hours markets will get Chinese GDP, industrial production, retail sales and: given the gyrations of the equity market in the past week, this data pales slightly in importance. However, GDP growth is expected to be 1.34% QoQ from 1.3% in Q1, while May retail sales rise 10.03% By Barry Norman, Investors Trading Academy

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