DateTimeEventComment
13.04.2022
05-00 МСК
UK Consumer Price Index (CPI) (Y/Y) (March)
Statement on the Reserve Bank of New Zealand interest rate on short-term interest rates. The decision on which interest rates to set depends mainly on the outlook for growth and inflation. The main goal of the central bank is to achieve price stability. High interest rates attract foreigners who are looking for the best option of “risk-free” income for their money, which can dramatically increase demand for the country’s currency. Higher-than-expected rates are seen as positive/bullish for the NZD, while lower-than-expected rates indicate a negative/bearish market for the NZD.
09-00 МСК
Ivey Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) (March)
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) measures the change in prices of goods and services. The CPI measures the change from the consumer’s point of view. This is a key way to measure changes in purchasing trends and inflation in the UK. Higher than expected indicators are seen as a positive/bullish direction of the GBP (a common way to combat inflation is to raise rates, which can attract foreign investment), and lower than expected indicators represent a negative/bear market for the GBP.
17-00 МСК
Bank of Canada Decision on Interest Rate
Bank of Canada Interest Rate Statement on short-term interest rates. The decision on which interest rates to set depends mainly on the outlook for growth and inflation. The main goal of the central bank is to achieve price stability. High interest rates attract foreigners who are looking for the best option of “risk-free” income for their money, which can dramatically increase demand for the country’s currency. Higher-than-expected indicators are seen as positive/bullish for CAD, while lower-than-expected indicators represent a negative/bearish market for CAD.
18-30 МСК
Crude oil reserves in the USA
Crude oil reserves of the Energy Information Agency (EIA) determines the weekly increase in barrels of commercial oil available to American firms. The level of inventories affects the price of petroleum products, which in turn have an impact on inflation and other economic forces.
14.04.2022
04-30 МСК
Change in the level of employment in Australia (March)
Change in Employment measures changes in the number of people employed in Australia for a given month. The growth trend shows strength in the labor market and has a positive impact on consumer spending and, consequently, on economic growth. Higher-than-expected indicators are seen as a positive/bullish AUD direction, while lower-than-expected indicators represent a negative/bearish market for AUD.
14-45 МСК
ECB Interest Rate Decision (April)
The ECB interest rate statement on short-term interest rates. The decision on which interest rates to set depends mainly on the outlook for growth and inflation. The main goal of the central bank is to achieve price stability. High interest rates attract foreigners who are looking for the best option of “risk-free” income for their money, which can dramatically increase demand for the country’s currency. Higher than expected indicators are seen as positive/bullish for EUR, while lower than expected indicators represent a negative/bearish market for EUR.
15-30 МСК
Number of initial applications for unemployment benefits in the United States
The Unemployment Benefit Applications determine the number of people who applied for unemployment benefits for the first time during the past week. This data is collected by the Ministry of Labor and published in a weekly report. The number of applications for benefits is used to measure the state of the labor market, since an increase means that fewer people are being hired. Weekly data is quite volatile. As a rule, a change, at least in the amount of 35,000, signals significant changes in the growth of the number of jobs. Indicators above the expected are seen as a negative/bear market for USD, while indicators below the expected represent a positive/bullish direction for USD.
15-30 МСК
US Retail Sales Volume (m/m) (March)
The Retail Sales Index is a monthly measurement of all goods sold by retailers based on a sample of retail stores of various types and sizes in the United States. This is an important indicator of consumer spending, and it also correlates with consumer confidence and is seen as an indicator of the development pace of the American economy. Higher than expected indicators are seen as positive/bullish for USD, while lower than expected indicators represent a negative/bearish market for USD.
15.04.2022
09-45 МСК
Consumer Price Index of France (CPI) (m/m) (March)
The consumer price Index (CPI) of France measures the change in prices of goods and services. The CPI measures the change from the consumer’s point of view. This is a key way to measure changes in purchasing trends and inflation in France. Higher-than-expected indicators are seen as a positive/bullish direction for EUR (a common way to combat inflation is to raise rates, which can attract foreign investment), and lower-than-expected indicators represent a negative/bear market for EUR.
18.04.2022
05-00 МСК
China’s GDP (Y/Y)
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is a general indicator of economic activity and is a key indicator of the health of China’s economy. The quarterly dynamics of GDP percent shows the growth rate of the economy as a whole. Higher-than-expected indicators are seen as positive/bullish for the CNY, while lower-than-expected indicators represent a negative/bearish market for the CNY.
19.04.2022
15-30 МСК
Number of construction permits issued (March)
Construction permits are the number of permits for new construction issued by the government. This is the leading indicator in the real estate market. A higher than expected indicator is seen as a positive/bullish direction for USD, while a lower than forecast indicator represents a negative/bearish market for USD.
Date13.04.2022
Time05-00 МСК
EventUK Consumer Price Index (CPI) (Y/Y) (March)
CommentStatement on the Reserve Bank of New Zealand interest rate on short-term interest rates. The decision on which interest rates to set depends mainly on the outlook for growth and inflation. The main goal of the central bank is to achieve price stability. High interest rates attract foreigners who are looking for the best option of “risk-free” income for their money, which can dramatically increase demand for the country’s currency. Higher-than-expected rates are seen as positive/bullish for the NZD, while lower-than-expected rates indicate a negative/bearish market for the NZD.
Date13.04.2022
Time09-00 МСК
EventIvey Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) (March)
CommentThe Consumer Price Index (CPI) measures the change in prices of goods and services. The CPI measures the change from the consumer’s point of view. This is a key way to measure changes in purchasing trends and inflation in the UK. Higher than expected indicators are seen as a positive/bullish direction of the GBP (a common way to combat inflation is to raise rates, which can attract foreign investment), and lower than expected indicators represent a negative/bear market for the GBP.
Date13.04.2022
Time17-00 МСК
EventBank of Canada Decision on Interest Rate
CommentBank of Canada Interest Rate Statement on short-term interest rates. The decision on which interest rates to set depends mainly on the outlook for growth and inflation. The main goal of the central bank is to achieve price stability. High interest rates attract foreigners who are looking for the best option of “risk-free” income for their money, which can dramatically increase demand for the country’s currency. Higher-than-expected indicators are seen as positive/bullish for CAD, while lower-than-expected indicators represent a negative/bearish market for CAD.
Date13.04.2022
Time18-30 МСК
EventCrude oil reserves in the USA
CommentCrude oil reserves of the Energy Information Agency (EIA) determines the weekly increase in barrels of commercial oil available to American firms. The level of inventories affects the price of petroleum products, which in turn have an impact on inflation and other economic forces.
Date14.04.2022
Time04-30 МСК
EventChange in the level of employment in Australia (March)
CommentChange in Employment measures changes in the number of people employed in Australia for a given month. The growth trend shows strength in the labor market and has a positive impact on consumer spending and, consequently, on economic growth. Higher-than-expected indicators are seen as a positive/bullish AUD direction, while lower-than-expected indicators represent a negative/bearish market for AUD.
Date14.04.2022
Time14-45 МСК
EventECB Interest Rate Decision (April)
CommentThe ECB interest rate statement on short-term interest rates. The decision on which interest rates to set depends mainly on the outlook for growth and inflation. The main goal of the central bank is to achieve price stability. High interest rates attract foreigners who are looking for the best option of “risk-free” income for their money, which can dramatically increase demand for the country’s currency. Higher than expected indicators are seen as positive/bullish for EUR, while lower than expected indicators represent a negative/bearish market for EUR.
Date14.04.2022
Time15-30 МСК
EventNumber of initial applications for unemployment benefits in the United States
CommentThe Unemployment Benefit Applications determine the number of people who applied for unemployment benefits for the first time during the past week. This data is collected by the Ministry of Labor and published in a weekly report. The number of applications for benefits is used to measure the state of the labor market, since an increase means that fewer people are being hired. Weekly data is quite volatile. As a rule, a change, at least in the amount of 35,000, signals significant changes in the growth of the number of jobs. Indicators above the expected are seen as a negative/bear market for USD, while indicators below the expected represent a positive/bullish direction for USD.
Date14.04.2022
Time15-30 МСК
EventUS Retail Sales Volume (m/m) (March)
CommentThe Retail Sales Index is a monthly measurement of all goods sold by retailers based on a sample of retail stores of various types and sizes in the United States. This is an important indicator of consumer spending, and it also correlates with consumer confidence and is seen as an indicator of the development pace of the American economy. Higher than expected indicators are seen as positive/bullish for USD, while lower than expected indicators represent a negative/bearish market for USD.
Date15.04.2022
Time09-45 МСК
EventConsumer Price Index of France (CPI) (m/m) (March)
CommentThe consumer price Index (CPI) of France measures the change in prices of goods and services. The CPI measures the change from the consumer’s point of view. This is a key way to measure changes in purchasing trends and inflation in France. Higher-than-expected indicators are seen as a positive/bullish direction for EUR (a common way to combat inflation is to raise rates, which can attract foreign investment), and lower-than-expected indicators represent a negative/bear market for EUR.
Date18.04.2022
Time05-00 МСК
EventChina’s GDP (Y/Y)
CommentGross Domestic Product (GDP) is a general indicator of economic activity and is a key indicator of the health of China’s economy. The quarterly dynamics of GDP percent shows the growth rate of the economy as a whole. Higher-than-expected indicators are seen as positive/bullish for the CNY, while lower-than-expected indicators represent a negative/bearish market for the CNY.
Date19.04.2022
Time15-30 МСК
EventNumber of construction permits issued (March)
CommentConstruction permits are the number of permits for new construction issued by the government. This is the leading indicator in the real estate market. A higher than expected indicator is seen as a positive/bullish direction for USD, while a lower than forecast indicator represents a negative/bearish market for USD.