Economic Calendar

Time
Currency
Country
Impact
Events
Period
Actual
Forecast
Previous
01:00
EUR
Finland
Consumer Price Index y/y
October
 
-
0.9%
01:00
EUR
Finland
Gross Domestic Product y/y
Q3
 
-
2.5%
02:00
EUR
Germany
Preliminary Gross Domestic Product q/q
Q3
 
-0.1%
-0.1%
02:00
EUR
Germany
Preliminary Gross Domestic Product y/y
Q3
 
-0.3%
0.0%
02:30
CHF
Switzerland
Producer and Import Prices m/m
October
 
-
-0.3%
02:30
CHF
Switzerland
Producer and Import Prices y/y
October
 
-
-2.0%
02:45
EUR
France
Consumer Price Index m/m
October
 
-
-0.3%
02:45
EUR
France
Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices m/m
October
 
-0.1%
-0.1%
02:45
EUR
France
Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices y/y
October
 
0.9%
0.9%
03:00
EUR
Spain
Final Consumer Price Index y/y
October
 
0.1%
0.1%
03:00
EUR
Spain
Final Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices y/y
October
 
0.2%
0.2%
03:30
SEK
Sweden
Unemployment Rate
October
 
6.7%
7.1%
03:30
EUR
Holland
Final Gross Domestic Product q/q
Q3
 
0.3%
0.4%
03:30
EUR
Holland
Final Gross Domestic Product y/y
Q3
 
-
1.8%
03:30
EUR
Holland
Trade Balance
September
 
-
3.88 B EUR
04:30
GBP
United Kingdom
Retail Sales m/m
October
 
0.2%
0.0%
04:30
GBP
United Kingdom
Retail Sales y/y
October
 
3.7%
3.1%
04:30
GBP
United Kingdom
Retail Sales ex Fuel m/m
October
 
0.2%
0.2%
04:30
GBP
United Kingdom
Retail Sales ex Fuel y/y
October
 
3.5%
3.0%
05:00
EUR
Eurozone
Revised Gross Domestic Product q/q
Q3
 
0.2%
0.2%
05:00
EUR
Eurozone
Revised Gross Domestic Product y/y
Q3
 
1.1%
1.1%
08:30
USD
United States
Core Producer Price Index (PPI) m/m
October
 
0.2%
-0.3%
08:30
USD
United States
Core Consumer Price Index (CPI) y/y
October
 
1.6%
2.0%
08:30
USD
United States
Producer Price Index (PPI) m/m
October
 
0.3%
-0.3%
08:30
USD
United States
Producer Price Index (PPI) y/y
October
 
0.9%
1.4%
08:30
CAD
Canada
New Housing Price Index m/m
September
 
-
0.1%
16:30
NZD
New Zealand
Business NZ Manufacturing Index
November
 
-
48.4
23:30
JPY
Japan
Industrial Production m/m
September
 
1.4%
1.4%
01:00
Consumer Price Index y/y
FinlandEUR
Period
October
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
0.9%
The Consumer Price Index describes the price development of goods and services purchased in Finland by households resident in Finland. The Consumer Price Index is used as a general measure of inflation. The Consumer Price Index describes changes in consumer prices according to the consumption structure of an average household. It comprises the price development of the overall index, commodity groups and 497 commodities. Consumer price indices that are reviewed at intervals of a fixed number of years are suitable for short-term examinations. This is the percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
01:00
Gross Domestic Product y/y
FinlandEUR
Period
Q3
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
2.5%
GDP, gross domestic product at market prices is the final result of the production activity of resident producer units. It can be defined in three ways: as the sum of gross value added of the various institutional sectors or the various industries plus taxes and less subsidies on products; as the sum of final uses of goods and services by resident institutional units (final consumption, gross capital formation, exports minus imports); as the sum of uses in the total economy generation of income account (compensation of employees, taxes on production and imports less subsidies, gross operating surplus and gross mixed income). This is the percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
02:00
Preliminary Gross Domestic Product q/q
GermanyEUR
Period
Q3
Actual
 
Forecast
-0.1%
Previous
-0.1%
The gross domestic product (GDP) is a measure of the economic performance of a national economy over a given period. It indicates the value of the goods and services produced in the economic territory (value added) unless they are used as intermediate consumption for the production of other goods and services. In Germany, the gross domestic product is calculated applying the production and expenditure approaches. The production approach means that the gross domestic product is obtained by calculating the value added of all producers as the difference between the value of goods and services produced (output) and intermediate consumption, adding the taxes on products (such as tobacco, mineral oil and value added tax), and subtracting the subsidies on products. The gross domestic product may also be obtained through the demand side. What is calculated when applying the expenditure approach is the expenditure for the final use of goods and services, i.e. final consumption expenditure of households and government final consumption expenditure, capital formation and the balance of exports and imports (exports minus imports). The early first release of gross domestic product data meets the user need for up-to-date results although frequently the data basis is not yet complete at that point in time. This is the flash percentage change compared with the previous quarter.
02:00
Preliminary Gross Domestic Product y/y
GermanyEUR
Period
Q3
Actual
 
Forecast
-0.3%
Previous
0.0%
The gross domestic product (GDP) is a measure of the economic performance of a national economy over a given period. It indicates the value of the goods and services produced in the economic territory (value added) unless they are used as intermediate consumption for the production of other goods and services. In Germany, the gross domestic product is calculated applying the production and expenditure approaches. The production approach means that the gross domestic product is obtained by calculating the value added of all producers as the difference between the value of goods and services produced (output) and intermediate consumption, adding the taxes on products (such as tobacco, mineral oil and value added tax), and subtracting the subsidies on products. The gross domestic product may also be obtained through the demand side. What is calculated when applying the expenditure approach is the expenditure for the final use of goods and services, i.e. final consumption expenditure of households and government final consumption expenditure, capital formation and the balance of exports and imports (exports minus imports). The early first release of gross domestic product data meets the user need for up-to-date results although frequently the data basis is not yet complete at that point in time. This is the flash percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
02:30
Producer and Import Prices m/m
SwitzerlandCHF
Period
October
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
-0.3%
The producer price index relates to goods produced and sold on the domestic market or exported by enterprises based in Switzerland. Goods include primary products (raw materials), semi-finished goods and finished goods. The prices are output prices measured at the first stage of marketing of the product, on an f.o.b. factory or farm basis and are net of discounts and V.A.T. but include indirect taxes. The import price index has a methodologically similar structure as the producer price index and measures the price of imported products (ex-customs prices, excluding VAT). The figure represents changes in the combined producer and import price index (the price index of total supply) calculated as a summation of the producer price index and import price index. This is the percentage change compared with the previous month.
02:30
Producer and Import Prices y/y
SwitzerlandCHF
Period
October
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
-2.0%
The producer price index relates to goods produced and sold on the domestic market or exported by enterprises based in Switzerland. Goods include primary products (raw materials), semi-finished goods and finished goods. The prices are output prices measured at the first stage of marketing of the product, on an f.o.b. factory or farm basis and are net of discounts and V.A.T. but include indirect taxes. The import price index has a methodologically similar structure as the producer price index and measures the price of imported products (ex-customs prices, excluding VAT). The figure represents changes in the combined producer and import price index (the price index of total supply) calculated as a summation of the producer price index and import price index. This is the percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
02:45
Consumer Price Index m/m
FranceEUR
Period
October
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
-0.3%
The Consumer Price Index is the official instrument for measuring inflation. It allows an estimation between two given periods of the average change in prices of products consumed by households. It is a summary gauge of movements in prices of products on a constant-quality basis. The CPI covers all goods and services consumed on French territory by resident households and non-resident households (for example, tourists). The only areas excluded from the CPI observation field are gambling, private hospital services, and life insurance. This is the percentage change compared with the previous month.
02:45
Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices m/m
FranceEUR
Period
October
Actual
 
Forecast
-0.1%
Previous
-0.1%
The coverage of the Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices is defined in terms of 'household final monetary consumption expenditure', by reference to the national accounts concept of the European System of Accounts. HICP is monthly price index designed for international comparison of consumer price inflation. The index covers all forms of household expenditure, net of reimbursements, subsidies and discounts. This is the percentage change, compared with the previous month.
02:45
Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices y/y
FranceEUR
Period
October
Actual
 
Forecast
0.9%
Previous
0.9%
The coverage of the Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices is defined in terms of 'household final monetary consumption expenditure', by reference to the national accounts concept of the European System of Accounts. HICP is monthly price index designed for international comparison of consumer price inflation. The index covers all forms of household expenditure, net of reimbursements, subsidies and discounts. This is the percentage change, compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
03:00
Final Consumer Price Index y/y
SpainEUR
Period
October
Actual
 
Forecast
0.1%
Previous
0.1%
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is a statistical measure of the evolution of the prices of goods and services consumed by the population that reside in family dwellings in Spain. This is the final reading, showing percentage change as compared to the corresponding period of the previous year.
03:00
Final Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices y/y
SpainEUR
Period
October
Actual
 
Forecast
0.2%
Previous
0.2%
The Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices (HICP) is a statistical indicator whose objective is to provide a common measurement of inflation which facilitates carrying out international comparisons and therefore examines compliance with fulfilment of the Maastricht Treaty demands for entrance into European Monetary Union. This is the final percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
03:30
Unemployment Rate
SwedenSEK
Period
October
Actual
 
Forecast
6.7%
Previous
7.1%
Up to and including March 2005, data refers to all persons of working age who during the reference week were not employed, but were willing and able to work and had looked for work (or would have looked for work if they had not been temporarily prevented from doing so) during the last four weeks. Also included are persons waiting to begin a job starting within three months. Data from 1976 include students who comply with ILO unemployment criteria. As from October 2007, the Swedish Labour Force Survey unemployment criteria also include students looking for job. The rate is calculated as the unemployed as a percentage of total labour force. Total labour force equals the employed plus the unemployed as defined in the labour force survey.
03:30
Final Gross Domestic Product q/q
HollandEUR
Period
Q3
Actual
 
Forecast
0.3%
Previous
0.4%
The gross domestic product (GDP) is the main indicator for the development of the economy. Economic growth is measured in terms of the volume change in GDP. This is the sum of value added generated in the Netherlands. Value added equals value of production minus value of consumption. Here it is thus the value that is added to the goods and services used in the production process. Consumption does not include services of labour and capital. Value added can be valued at basic prices and at market prices. Value added excluding indirect taxes and subsidies (with the exception of non-product related taxes and subsidies) is called value added at basic prices. If the indirect taxes and subsidies are included, the term value added at market prices is used. The term “gross” also indicates that depreciation is included in value added, and thus also in GDP. Provides the final estimate of growth in GDP.
03:30
Final Gross Domestic Product y/y
HollandEUR
Period
Q3
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
1.8%
The gross domestic product (GDP) is the main indicator for the development of the economy. Economic growth is measured in terms of the volume change in GDP. This is the sum of value added generated in the Netherlands. Value added equals value of production minus value of consumption. Here it is thus the value that is added to the goods and services used in the production process. Consumption does not include services of labour and capital. Value added can be valued at basic prices and at market prices. Value added excluding indirect taxes and subsidies (with the exception of non-product related taxes and subsidies) is called value added at basic prices. If the indirect taxes and subsidies are included, the term value added at market prices is used. The term “gross” also indicates that depreciation is included in value added, and thus also in GDP. Provides the final estimate of growth in GDP.
03:30
Trade Balance
HollandEUR
Period
September
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
3.88 B EUR
This indicator represents the difference (in EUR) in value between imported and exported goods and services during the reported month; This is the largest component of a country's balance of payments. When a country's exports are greater than their imports, a Trade Surplus exists. Similarly, when imports are greater than exports, a Trade Deficit exists. Countries with a severe imbalance are not self-sufficient, either because they rely heavily on foreign markets to purchase their goods (in the case of a Surplus) or because they don't produce enough goods internally to meet demand (in the case of a Deficit).
04:30
Retail Sales m/m
United KingdomGBP
Period
October
Actual
 
Forecast
0.2%
Previous
0.0%
The Retail Sales Index (RSI) is derived from a monthly survey of 5,000 businesses in Great Britain and measures the change in the volume of sales by retailers in the country. The sample represents the whole retail sector and includes all large retailers and a representative panel of smaller businesses. Collectively all of these businesses cover approximately 95 per cent of the retail sector in terms of turnover. Higher retail sales volume shows stronger consumer demand, higher retail output, and economic growth. This is the percentage change compared with the previous month.
04:30
Retail Sales y/y
United KingdomGBP
Period
October
Actual
 
Forecast
3.7%
Previous
3.1%
The Retail Sales Index (RSI) is derived from a monthly survey of 5,000 businesses in Great Britain and measures the change in the volume of sales by retailers in the country. The sample represents the whole retail sector and includes all large retailers and a representative panel of smaller businesses. Collectively all of these businesses cover approximately 95 per cent of the retail sector in terms of turnover. Higher retail sales volume shows stronger consumer demand, higher retail output, and economic growth. This is the percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
04:30
Retail Sales ex Fuel m/m
United KingdomGBP
Period
October
Actual
 
Forecast
0.2%
Previous
0.2%
The Retail Sales Index (RSI) measures the value and volume of retail sales in Great Britain on a monthly basis. The RSI is a key economic indicator and one of the earliest short-term measures of economic activity. It is used to estimate consumer spending on retail goods and the output of the retail sector, both of which are used in the compilation of the National Accounts. Retail sales statistics published in the Retail Sales Statistical Bulletin are presented for all retailing including and excluding automotive fuel and in four retail sector groupings: predominantly food, non-food, non-store retailing, automotive fuel. This is the percentage change compared with the previous month.
04:30
Retail Sales ex Fuel y/y
United KingdomGBP
Period
October
Actual
 
Forecast
3.5%
Previous
3.0%
The Retail Sales Index (RSI) measures the value and volume of retail sales in Great Britain on a monthly basis. The RSI is a key economic indicator and one of the earliest short-term measures of economic activity. It is used to estimate consumer spending on retail goods and the output of the retail sector, both of which are used in the compilation of the National Accounts. Retail sales statistics published in the Retail Sales Statistical Bulletin are presented for all retailing including and excluding automotive fuel and in four retail sector groupings: predominantly food, non-food, non-store retailing, automotive fuel. This is the percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
05:00
Revised Gross Domestic Product q/q
EurozoneEUR
Period
Q3
Actual
 
Forecast
0.2%
Previous
0.2%
Gross domestic product (GDP) is a measure for the economic activity. It is defined as the value of all goods and services produced less the value of any goods or services used in their creation. The volume index of GDP is expressed in relation to the European Union (EU-27) average set to equal 100. If the index of a country is higher than 100, this country's level of GDP per head is higher than the EU average and vice versa. GDP at market prices is the final result of the production activity of resident producer units. From the expenditure side, GDP can be measured as follows: GDP = private final consumption expenditure + government final consumption expenditure + gross fixed capital formation + changes in inventories+ acquisition less disposal of valuables + exports - imports. This is the second estimate of the GDP for the period and is calculated as a percentage change compared with the previous quarter.
05:00
Revised Gross Domestic Product y/y
EurozoneEUR
Period
Q3
Actual
 
Forecast
1.1%
Previous
1.1%
Gross domestic product (GDP) is a measure for the economic activity. It is defined as the value of all goods and services produced less the value of any goods or services used in their creation. The volume index of GDP is expressed in relation to the European Union (EU-27) average set to equal 100. If the index of a country is higher than 100, this country's level of GDP per head is higher than the EU average and vice versa. GDP at market prices is the final result of the production activity of resident producer units. From the expenditure side, GDP can be measured as follows: GDP = private final consumption expenditure + government final consumption expenditure + gross fixed capital formation + changes in inventories+ acquisition less disposal of valuables + exports - imports. This is the second estimate of the GDP for the period and is calculated as a percentage change compared with the corresponding quarter in the previous year.
08:30
Core Producer Price Index (PPI) m/m
United StatesUSD
Period
October
Actual
 
Forecast
0.2%
Previous
-0.3%
Because prices for food and energy have tended to be so erratic in recent years, some economists prefer to focus attention on an index measuring prices for finished goods other than foods and energy as a better measure of the so-called core or underlying rate of inflation. The Index for Crude Materials Other than Foods and Energy is quite sensitive to shifts in total demand and can be a leading indicator of the state of the economy; its limited scope, however, makes it less reliable as an indicator of future inflation in general. This is the percentage change compared with the previous month.
08:30
Core Consumer Price Index (CPI) y/y
United StatesUSD
Period
October
Actual
 
Forecast
1.6%
Previous
2.0%
Bureau of Labour Statistics also calculates and publishes indexes for special aggregations, such as energy items, that cut across the above classification scheme. The series All items less food and energy sometimes is said to measure the core rate of inflation. Food and energy are two of the most volatile components of the CPI (Consumer Price Index). For this reason, many analysts regard the measure of core inflation as more useful for their purposes. This is the percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
08:30
Producer Price Index (PPI) m/m
United StatesUSD
Period
October
Actual
 
Forecast
0.3%
Previous
-0.3%
The Producer Price Index (PPI) of the Bureau of Labour Statistics (BLS) is a family of indexes that measure the average change over time in the prices received by domestic producers of goods and services. PPIs measure price change from the perspective of the seller. This contrasts with other measures, such as the Consumer Price Index (CPI). CPIs measure price change from the purchaser's perspective. Sellers' and purchasers' prices can differ due to government subsidies, sales and excise taxes, and distribution costs. More than 8 000 PPIs for individual products and groups of products are released each month. PPIs are based on selling prices reported by establishments of all sizes selected by probability sampling, with the probability of selection proportionate to size. Price data are provided on a voluntary and confidential basis. This is the percentage change compared with the previous month.
08:30
Producer Price Index (PPI) y/y
United StatesUSD
Period
October
Actual
 
Forecast
0.9%
Previous
1.4%
The Producer Price Index (PPI) of the Bureau of Labour Statistics (BLS) is a family of indexes that measure the average change over time in the prices received by domestic producers of goods and services. PPIs measure price change from the perspective of the seller. This contrasts with other measures, such as the Consumer Price Index (CPI). CPIs measure price change from the purchaser's perspective. Sellers' and purchasers' prices can differ due to government subsidies, sales and excise taxes, and distribution costs. More than 8 000 PPIs for individual products and groups of products are released each month. PPIs are based on selling prices reported by establishments of all sizes selected by probability sampling, with the probability of selection proportionate to size. Price data are provided on a voluntary and confidential basis. This is the percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
08:30
New Housing Price Index m/m
CanadaCAD
Period
September
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
0.1%
The New Housing Price Index (NHPI) is a monthly series that measures changes over time in the contractors' selling prices of new residential houses, where detailed specifications pertaining to each house remain the same between two consecutive periods. The survey also collects contractors' estimates of the current value (evaluated at market price) of the land. These estimates are independently indexed to provide the published series for land. The residual, (total selling price less land value), which mainly relates to the current cost of the structure is also independently indexed and is presented as the estimated house series.
16:30
Business NZ Manufacturing Index
New ZealandNZD
Period
November
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
48.4
It measures the level of a diffusion index based on surveyed manufacturers. broken down into 5 sub-indexes: production, employment, new orders, finished stock, and deliveries. The index uses 50 as a centreline between economic expansion/contraction expectations; the further the value from 50 the stronger the expected expansion or contraction. Increased activity in the manufacturing sector is usually a precursor to economic expansion and inflationary pressures.
23:30
Industrial Production m/m
JapanJPY
Period
September
Actual
 
Forecast
1.4%
Previous
1.4%
The indices measure monthly changes in the production and relate to the physical quantity of commodities produced by industrial enterprises. They are published by Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI). Data are derived from the Current Survey of Production. 530 commodity items are covered by the survey. This is the percentage change compared with the previous month.

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