Economic Calendar

Time
Currency
Country
Impact
Events
Period
Actual
Forecast
Previous
00:00
EUR
Holland
Consumer Spending y/y
August
1.4%
-
1.5% R (1.7%)
00:00
EUR
Finland
Unemployment Rate
September
6.7%
-
6.7%
03:30
GBP
United Kingdom
Public Sector Net Borrowing
September
 
6.60 B GBP
5.77 B GBP
05:00
GBP
United Kingdom
CBI Industrial Orders
October
 
-18
-28
07:30
CAD
Canada
Retail Sales m/m
August
 
0.6%
0.4%
09:00
USD
United States
Existing Home Sales
September
 
-0.4 M
1.3 M
16:45
NZD
New Zealand
Trade Balance
September
 
-1.112 B NZD
1.565 B NZD
00:00
Consumer Spending y/y
HollandEUR
Period
August
Actual
1.4%
Forecast
-
Previous
1.5% R (1.7%)
The spending is shown on the basis of data from the budget survey. Spending on goods and services is categorized by function, i.e. goods and services that fulfil a particular need are grouped together. The various types of households are based on spending-related characteristics: level and source of income, household size and composition, age of main earner, home ownership. The budget survey also provides data on the distribution of purchases by distribution channel, also called 'shop types'.
00:00
Unemployment Rate
FinlandEUR
Period
September
Actual
6.7%
Forecast
-
Previous
6.7%
The ratio of the unemployed to all persons in the labour force. The official unemployment rate is calculated as a percentage of the unemployed aged 15 to 74 among the population of the same age. All persons who are without work for the whole survey week, have been seeking a job actively in the past four weeks as an employee or a self-employed person and could accept a job within two weeks are classified as unemployed. All persons aged 15 to 74 who were employed or unemployed during the survey week belong to the labour force.
03:30
Public Sector Net Borrowing
United KingdomGBP
Period
September
Actual
 
Forecast
6.60 B GBP
Previous
5.77 B GBP
Public Sector Net Borrowing (PSNB). It measures the difference in value between spending and income for public corporations, the central government, and local governments during the previous month. If Net Borrowing is negative, it means the UK is running a budget surplus.
05:00
CBI Industrial Orders
United KingdomGBP
Period
October
Actual
 
Forecast
-18
Previous
-28
CBI (The Confederation of British Industry) Industrial Orders survey provides an extra level of detailed analysis focusing on key industrial sectors of UK manufacturing, complemented by quarterly sector forecasts as well. It is regularly used by policy makers at the Treasury and the Bank of England, the business community, academics and top analysts in financial markets. It is the longest-running private sector indicator of UK manufacturing trends. The survey gives expert qualitative opinion from senior manufacturing executives, on past and expected trends in output, exports, prices, costs; investment intentions, business confidence and capacity utilization.
07:30
Retail Sales m/m
CanadaCAD
Period
August
Actual
 
Forecast
0.6%
Previous
0.4%
Retail Sales estimates obtained from retailers are a key monthly indicator of consumer purchasing patterns in Canada. Furthermore, retail sales are an important component of the Gross Domestic Product, which measures Canada's production. Retail sales estimates do not include any form of direct selling that bypasses the retail store, e.g., direct door-to-door selling; sales made through automatic vending machines; sales of newspapers or magazines sold directly by printers or publishers; and sales made by book and record clubs. Internet retailing activities are included in the survey only when conducted through the same legal structure as the retail establishment. This is the percentage change compared with the previous month.
09:00
Existing Home Sales
United StatesUSD
Period
September
Actual
 
Forecast
-0.4 M
Previous
1.3 M
The National Association of Realtors Existing-Home Sales Series is the premier measurement of the residential real estate market. On or about the 25th of each month, NAR releases statistics on sales and prices of existing single-family homes for the nation and the four regions. Beginning on February 25, 2005, these figures include condos and co-ops, in addition to single-family homes.
16:45
Trade Balance
New ZealandNZD
Period
September
Actual
 
Forecast
-1.112 B NZD
Previous
1.565 B NZD
Data is obtained from export and import entry documents lodged with the New Zealand Customs Service (NZCS). Exports (including re-exports) are valued fob (free on board) and are shown in New Zealand dollars. Estimated values are used for goods that are not already sold at the time of export entry lodgement Imports are valued at cif (cost including insurance and freight) and are shown in New Zealand dollars. Trade balance values are calculated by deducting imports (cif) from exports (fob).

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