Economic Calendar

Time
Currency
Country
Impact
Events
Period
Actual
Forecast
Previous
00:30
EUR
Holland
Consumer Price Index y/y
January
2.2%
-
2.0%
03:30
SEK
Sweden
Interest Rate Decision
13.02.2019
-0.25%
-0.25%
-0.25%
04:30
GBP
United Kingdom
Consumer Price Index m/m
January
-0.8%
-0.7%
0.2%
04:30
GBP
United Kingdom
Consumer Price Index y/y
January
1.8%
1.9%
2.1%
04:30
GBP
United Kingdom
Core Consumer Price Index y/y
January
1.9%
1.9%
1.9%
04:30
GBP
United Kingdom
Input Producer Price Index m/m
January
-0.1%
0.2%
-1.6% R (-1.0%)
04:30
GBP
United Kingdom
Input Producer Price Index y/y
January
2.9%
3.8%
3.2% R (3.7%)
04:30
GBP
United Kingdom
Output Producer Price Index m/m
January
0.0%
0.0%
-0.3%
04:30
GBP
United Kingdom
Output Producer Price Index y/y
January
2.1%
2.2%
2.4% R (2.5%)
04:30
GBP
United Kingdom
Core Output Producer Price Index m/m
January
0.4%
0.2%
0.1% R (0.2%)
04:30
GBP
United Kingdom
Core Output Producer Price Index y/y
January
2.4%
2.3%
2.4% R (2.5%)
04:30
GBP
United Kingdom
Retail Prices Index m/m
January
-0.9%
-0.8%
0.4%
04:30
GBP
United Kingdom
Retail Prices Index y/y
January
2.5%
2.6%
2.7%
04:30
GBP
United Kingdom
Retail Price Index ex Mortgages y/y
January
2.5%
2.6%
2.7%
05:00
EUR
Eurozone
Industrial Production m/m
December
-0.9%
-0.4%
-1.7%
05:00
EUR
Eurozone
Industrial Production y/y
December
-4.2%
-3.2%
-3.0% R (-3.3%)
07:00
USD
United States
MBA Mortgage Applications
Week ending 08.02.2019
-3.7%
-
-2.5%
08:30
USD
United States
Consumer Price Index (CPI) m/m
January
0.0%
0.1%
-0.1%
08:30
USD
United States
Consumer Price Index (CPI) y/y
January
1.6%
1.5%
1.9%
08:30
USD
United States
Core Consumer Price Index (CPI) m/m
January
0.2%
0.2%
0.2%
08:30
USD
United States
Core Consumer Price Index (CPI) y/y
January
2.2%
2.1%
2.2%
08:50
USD
United States
Fed's Bostic Speaks
13.02.2019
 
-
-
08:50
USD
United States
Fed's Mester Speaks
13.02.2019
 
-
-
10:30
USD
United States
Crude Oil Inventories
Week ending 08.02.2019
450.8 M Barrels
-
447.2 M Barrels
12:00
USD
United States
Fed's Harker Speaks
13.02.2019
 
-
-
14:00
USD
United States
Federal Budget Balance
December
-14.0 B USD
-10.5 B USD
-205.0 B USD
14:10
NZD
New Zealand
RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr Speaks
13.02.2019
 
-
-
16:45
NZD
New Zealand
Food Price Index (FPI) m/m
January
1.0%
-
-0.2%
18:50
JPY
Japan
Preliminary Gross Domestic Product q/q
Q4
0.3%
0.4%
-0.7% R (-0.6%)
18:50
JPY
Japan
Preliminary Gross Domestic Product y/y
Q4
1.4%
1.4%
-2.6% R (-2.5%)
19:00
AUD
Australia
Consumer Inflationary Expectations
February
3.7%
-
3.5%
19:01
GBP
United Kingdom
RICS House Price Balance
January
-22%
-20%
-19%
00:30
Consumer Price Index y/y
HollandEUR
Period
January
Actual
2.2%
Forecast
-
Previous
2.0%
The CPI reflects developments in the prices of goods and services which consumers buy. Inflation is measured as the percentage of increase of the CPI in a certain period compared with the corresponding period in the previous year. The CPI reflects increases and decreases of the prices of goods and services which an average household in the Netherlands bought in the base year for the purposes of consumption. This package of goods and services is also known as the basket or shopping basket. The basket contains day to day shopping items, spending on durable consumer goods such as washing machines and cars, rent, school and tuition fees and consumption-related taxes such as property tax and motor vehicle tax. Not all expenditure is included in the calculation of the CPI: income tax, social premiums and spending on insured health care, for example, are nor taken into account.
03:30
Interest Rate Decision
SwedenSEK
Period
13.02.2019
Actual
-0.25%
Forecast
-0.25%
Previous
-0.25%
According to the Sveriges Riksbank Act, the objective of monetary policy is to “maintain price stability”, which means to keep inflation around 2 per cent per year, as measured by the annual change in the consumer price index (CPI). There is a tolerance range of plus/minus 1 percentage point around this target. In order to keep inflation around 2 per cent the Riksbank adjusts its key interest rate, the repo rate. The Executive Board of the Riksbank holds six scheduled monetary policy meetings a year and at these it decides on the monetary policy stance and on changes in the repo rate. Since June 1994 the repo rate has been the Riksbank's key interest rate. A press release is published the day after each monetary policy meeting. In connection with three of the monetary policy meetings a Monetary Policy Report is published. This Report contains the Riksbank's forecasts for the economy and inflation in the coming years. Approximately two weeks after the monetary policy meeting the minutes are published, which reproduce the discussion that led up to the interest rate decision. The first thing that happens when the Riksbank changes the repo rate is that the so-called overnight rate is affected. The overnight rate is the rate at which the banks borrow and lend money to one another during the day. Monetary policy thus has an effect on the interest rates the general public face and thereby also on the total demand and total supply in the economy. The channels that mean that market interest rates affect supply and demand can be divided into the interest rate channel, the credit channel and the exchange rate channel.
04:30
Consumer Price Index m/m
United KingdomGBP
Period
January
Actual
-0.8%
Forecast
-0.7%
Previous
0.2%
The CPI is the main UK measure of inflation for macroeconomic purposes and forms the basis for the Government's inflation target. Each month around 120 000 separate price quotations are collected for around 650 items which make up the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) "basket" of goods and services. This is the percentage change compared with the previous month.
04:30
Consumer Price Index y/y
United KingdomGBP
Period
January
Actual
1.8%
Forecast
1.9%
Previous
2.1%
The CPI is the main UK measure of inflation for macroeconomic purposes and forms the basis for the Government's inflation target. Each month around 120 000 separate price quotations are collected for around 650 items which make up the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) 'basket' of goods and services. This is the percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
04:30
Core Consumer Price Index y/y
United KingdomGBP
Period
January
Actual
1.9%
Forecast
1.9%
Previous
1.9%
Core CPI (Consumer Price Index) measures the change in the price of goods and services purchased by consumers, excluding the volatile food, energy, alcohol, and tobacco items. This is the percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
04:30
Input Producer Price Index m/m
United KingdomGBP
Period
January
Actual
-0.1%
Forecast
0.2%
Previous
-1.6% R (-1.0%)
Producer Price Index is a monthly survey that measures the price changes of goods bought and sold by UK manufacturers. A wide collection of representative products is selected and the prices of these fixed sets of goods are collected each month. The input price indices measure change in the prices of materials and fuels bought by UK manufacturers for processing. These are not limited to just those materials used in the final product, but also include what is required by the company in its normal day to day running. This is the percentage change compared with the previous month.
04:30
Input Producer Price Index y/y
United KingdomGBP
Period
January
Actual
2.9%
Forecast
3.8%
Previous
3.2% R (3.7%)
Producer Price Index is a monthly survey that measures the price changes of goods bought and sold by UK manufacturers. A wide collection of representative products is selected and the prices of these fixed sets of goods are collected each month. The input price indices measure change in the prices of materials and fuels bought by UK manufacturers for processing. These are not limited to just those materials used in the final product, but also include what is required by the company in its normal day to day running. This is the percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
04:30
Output Producer Price Index m/m
United KingdomGBP
Period
January
Actual
0.0%
Forecast
0.0%
Previous
-0.3%
Producer Price Index is a monthly survey that measures the price changes of goods bought and sold by UK manufacturers. A wide collection of representative products is selected and the prices of these fixed sets of goods are collected each month. The output price indices measure change in the prices of goods produced by UK manufacturers (these are often called 'factory gate prices'). This is the percentage change compared with the previous month.
04:30
Output Producer Price Index y/y
United KingdomGBP
Period
January
Actual
2.1%
Forecast
2.2%
Previous
2.4% R (2.5%)
Producer Price Index is a monthly survey that measures the price changes of goods bought and sold by UK manufacturers. A wide collection of representative products is selected and the prices of these fixed sets of goods are collected each month. The output price indices measure change in the prices of goods produced by UK manufacturers (these are often called 'factory gate prices'). This is the percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
04:30
Core Output Producer Price Index m/m
United KingdomGBP
Period
January
Actual
0.4%
Forecast
0.2%
Previous
0.1% R (0.2%)
The output price index measures change in the prices of goods produced by UK manufacturers (these are often called 'factory gate prices'). The Core Output PPI excludes volatile items such as food and energy. The Core PPI is generally a better measure of inflation because it excludes those items whose short-term price fluctuations can distort inflationary data. This is the percentage change compared with the previous month.
04:30
Core Output Producer Price Index y/y
United KingdomGBP
Period
January
Actual
2.4%
Forecast
2.3%
Previous
2.4% R (2.5%)
The output price index measures change in the prices of goods produced by UK manufacturers (these are often called 'factory gate prices'). The Core Output PPI excludes volatile items such as food and energy. The Core PPI is generally a better measure of inflation because it excludes those items whose short-term price fluctuations can distort inflationary data. This is the percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
04:30
Retail Prices Index m/m
United KingdomGBP
Period
January
Actual
-0.9%
Forecast
-0.8%
Previous
0.4%
The Retail Prices Index (RPI) is the most familiar general purpose domestic measure of inflation in the United Kingdom. It is commonly used in private contracts for uprating of maintenance payments and housing rents. It measures the average change from month to month in the prices of goods and services purchased by most households in the United Kingdom. The spending pattern on which the index is based is revised each year, mainly using information from the Expenditure and Food Survey. The index is compiled using a large and representative selection of around 650 separate goods and services for which price movements are regularly measured in around 150 147 areas throughout the United Kingdom. Around 120 000 separate price quotations are used each month in compiling the index, which is published each month.
04:30
Retail Prices Index y/y
United KingdomGBP
Period
January
Actual
2.5%
Forecast
2.6%
Previous
2.7%
The Retail Prices Index (RPI) is the most familiar general purpose domestic measure of inflation in the United Kingdom. It is commonly used in private contracts for uprating of maintenance payments and housing rents. It measures the average change from month to month in the prices of goods and services purchased by most households in the United Kingdom. The spending pattern on which the index is based is revised each year, mainly using information from the Expenditure and Food Survey. The index is compiled using a large and representative selection of around 650 separate goods and services for which price movements are regularly measured in around 150 147 areas throughout the United Kingdom. Around 120 000 separate price quotations are used each month in compiling the index, which is published each month.
04:30
Retail Price Index ex Mortgages y/y
United KingdomGBP
Period
January
Actual
2.5%
Forecast
2.6%
Previous
2.7%
Retail Price Index ex Mortgages (RPI-X). Deze indicator bekend nog als de basis niveau van de inflatie. De betalingen van hypotheekrentes zijn uitgesloten van het inflatiedoel want anders zou de Bank's gedrag gestoord worden. Elke verhoging van het renteniveau met de doelstelling de inflatie lager te brengen kan een neveneffect hebben van stijging van het hypotheekrentes betalen wat tot hogere inflatie bij elke bredere indicator kan leiden. Met het doel stellen door de RPI kan vicieuze cirkel van hoge niveaus gecreëerd worden wat vermeden wordt door gebruik te maken van RPIX als doel. Dat is een procentuele verandering ten opzichte van de betreffende periode een jaar geleden.
05:00
Industrial Production m/m
EurozoneEUR
Period
December
Actual
-0.9%
Forecast
-0.4%
Previous
-1.7%
The Industrial Production Index is a business cycle indicator showing the output and activity of industry. It measures changes in the volume of output at close and regular intervals. The most accurate production information on products is generally obtained from specialized surveys on output. In the EU Member States the Prodcom survey is carried out annually. The Prodcom list describes between 5 000 and 6 000 products. This is the percentage change compared with the previous month.
05:00
Industrial Production y/y
EurozoneEUR
Period
December
Actual
-4.2%
Forecast
-3.2%
Previous
-3.0% R (-3.3%)
The Industrial Production Index is a business cycle indicator showing the output and activity of industry. It measures changes in the volume of output at close and regular intervals. The most accurate production information on products is generally obtained from specialized surveys on output. In the EU Member States the Prodcom survey is carried out annually. The Prodcom list describes between 5 000 and 6 000 products. This is the percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
07:00
MBA Mortgage Applications
United StatesUSD
Period
Week ending 08.02.2019
Actual
-3.7%
Forecast
-
Previous
-2.5%
The Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey contains 15 indices covering application activity for fixed rate, adjustable rate, conventional and government loans for home purchases and refinances. A new report is posted every Wednesday with the previous week's market activity. The weekly data dates back from 1990 through the most current week. The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) is the national association representing the real estate finance industry.
08:30
Consumer Price Index (CPI) m/m
United StatesUSD
Period
January
Actual
0.0%
Forecast
0.1%
Previous
-0.1%
The CPI (Consumer Price Index) provides an estimate of the price change between any two periods. The CPI follows the prices of a sample of items in various categories of consumer spending - such as food, clothing, shelter, and medical services - that people buy for day-to-day living. The CPI covers the consumption sector of the U.S. economy. Consequently, it excludes investment items, such as stocks, bonds, real estate, and business expenses. Life insurance also is excluded for this reason, although health, household, and vehicle insurance are in scope. Purchases of houses, antiques, and collectibles are viewed as investment expenditures and therefore excluded. In the CPI, the urban portion of the United States is divided into 38 geographic areas called index areas, and the set of all goods and services purchased by consumers is divided into 211 categories called item strata. This is the percentage change compared with the previous month.
08:30
Consumer Price Index (CPI) y/y
United StatesUSD
Period
January
Actual
1.6%
Forecast
1.5%
Previous
1.9%
The CPI (Consumer Price Index) provides an estimate of the price change between any two periods. The CPI follows the prices of a sample of items in various categories of consumer spending - such as food, clothing, shelter, and medical services - that people buy for day-to-day living. The CPI covers the consumption sector of the U.S. economy. Consequently, it excludes investment items, such as stocks, bonds, real estate, and business expenses. Life insurance also is excluded for this reason, although health, household, and vehicle insurance are in scope. Purchases of houses, antiques, and collectibles are viewed as investment expenditures and therefore excluded. In the CPI, the urban portion of the United States is divided into 38 geographic areas called index areas, and the set of all goods and services purchased by consumers is divided into 211 categories called item strata. This is the percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
08:30
Core Consumer Price Index (CPI) m/m
United StatesUSD
Period
January
Actual
0.2%
Forecast
0.2%
Previous
0.2%
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 previous month.
08:30
Core Consumer Price Index (CPI) y/y
United StatesUSD
Period
January
Actual
2.2%
Forecast
2.1%
Previous
2.2%
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.
08:50
Fed's Bostic Speaks
United StatesUSD
Period
13.02.2019
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
-
08:50
Fed's Mester Speaks
United StatesUSD
Period
13.02.2019
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
-
Loretta J. Mester took office on June 1, 2014, as the eleventh president and chief executive officer of the Fourth District Federal Reserve Bank, at Cleveland.
10:30
Crude Oil Inventories
United StatesUSD
Period
Week ending 08.02.2019
Actual
450.8 M Barrels
Forecast
-
Previous
447.2 M Barrels
The Weekly Petroleum Status Report (WPSR) provides timely information on supply and prices of crude oil and principal petroleum products in the context of historical data and forecasts. Crude oil stocks include those domestic and Customs-cleared foreign crude oil stocks held at refineries, in pipelines, in lease tanks, and in transit to refineries. Does not include those held in the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR). The supply data are based primarily on company submissions for the week ending 12:00 GMT the preceding Friday. Data are released electronically after 15:30 GMT each Wednesday. 1 barrel (US) = 42 gallons (US) = 159 litres.
12:00
Fed's Harker Speaks
United StatesUSD
Period
13.02.2019
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
-
14:00
Federal Budget Balance
United StatesUSD
Period
December
Actual
-14.0 B USD
Forecast
-10.5 B USD
Previous
-205.0 B USD
The Monthly Treasury Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the United States Government (MTS) is prepared by the Financial Management Service, Department of the Treasury, and after approval by the Fiscal Assistant Secretary of the Treasury. This statement summarizes the financial activities of the Federal Government and off-budget Federal entities conducted in accordance with the Budget of the U.S. Government, i.e., receipts and outlays of funds, the surplus or deficit, and the means of financing the deficit or disposing of the surplus. Major information sources include accounting data reported by Federal entities, disbursing officers, and Federal Reserve banks.
14:10
RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr Speaks
New ZealandNZD
Period
13.02.2019
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
-
16:45
Food Price Index (FPI) m/m
New ZealandNZD
Period
January
Actual
1.0%
Forecast
-
Previous
-0.2%
The Food Price Index (FPI) measures the price change rate of a fixed basket of food goods and services purchased by households. The FPI aims to measure price changes of the same items (brand and relevant details) at each outlet over time. It indicates the percentage change compared with the previous month.
18:50
Preliminary Gross Domestic Product q/q
JapanJPY
Period
Q4
Actual
0.3%
Forecast
0.4%
Previous
-0.7% R (-0.6%)
Gross domestic product is an aggregate measure of production equal to the sum of the gross values added of all resident institutional units engaged in production (plus any taxes, and minus any subsidies, on products not included in the value of their outputs). The sum of the final uses of goods and services (all uses except intermediate consumption) measured in purchasers' prices, less the value of imports of goods and services, or the sum of primary incomes distributed by 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 flash percentage change compared with the previous quarter.
18:50
Preliminary Gross Domestic Product y/y
JapanJPY
Period
Q4
Actual
1.4%
Forecast
1.4%
Previous
-2.6% R (-2.5%)
Gross domestic product is an aggregate measure of production equal to the sum of the gross values added of all resident institutional units engaged in production (plus any taxes, and minus any subsidies, on products not included in the value of their outputs). The sum of the final uses of goods and services (all uses except intermediate consumption) measured in purchasers' prices, less the value of imports of goods and services, or the sum of primary incomes distributed by 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 flash percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
19:00
Consumer Inflationary Expectations
AustraliaAUD
Period
February
Actual
3.7%
Forecast
-
Previous
3.5%
The measure of consumer inflationary expectations captures the average householder's expected rate of consumer price changes over the coming twelve months. The Melbourne Institute Survey of Consumer Inflationary Expectations produces a direct measure of inflationary expectations as consumers are asked whether, and by how much, they believe prices will go up or down. This report is produced monthly.
19:01
RICS House Price Balance
United KingdomGBP
Period
January
Actual
-22%
Forecast
-20%
Previous
-19%
RICS House Price Balance. Gauge for costs of homes in the United Kingdom. The figure is based on surveyors' opinions on the state of the market, calculated as is the percent of surveyors reporting a rise in prices minus those reporting a fall. A rise in house prices indicates a strong housing market, which generally reflects a strong overall economy. Published by RICS - The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

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