Economic Calendar

Time
Currency
Country
Impact
Events
Period
Actual
Forecast
Previous
04:00
EUR
Eurozone
Producer Price Index m/m
June
 
-
1.3%
04:00
EUR
Eurozone
Producer Price Index y/y
June
 
-
9.6%
08:30
CAD
Canada
RBC Canadian Manufacturing PMI
July
 
-
56.5
09:00
USD
United States
Durable Goods Orders ex Defense
June
 
-
-
09:00
USD
United States
Factory Orders m/m
June
 
-
1.7%
17:30
AUD
Australia
AIG Construction Index
July
 
-
55.5
17:45
NZD
New Zealand
Employment Change q/q
Q2
 
-
0.6%
17:45
NZD
New Zealand
Labour Cost Index q/q
Q2
 
0.3%
0.4%
17:45
NZD
New Zealand
Participation Rate
Q2
 
70.30%
70.40%
17:45
NZD
New Zealand
Unemployment Rate
Q2
 
4.9%
4.7%
19:30
JPY
Japan
Markit Japan Services PMI
July
 
-
48.0
20:30
AUD
Australia
Retail Sales m/m
June
 
-
-1.8%
04:00
Producer Price Index m/m
EurozoneEUR
Period
June
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
1.3%
Producer Price Indices are business cycle indicators showing the monthly development of transaction prices of economic activities. They can be an early indicator of inflationary pressures in the economy, but also record the evolution of prices over longer periods of time. The total output price index is broken down into domestic output price index and non-domestic output price index. The domestic output price index for an economic activity measures the average price development of all goods and related services resulting from that activity and sold on the domestic market. The non-domestic price index shows the average price development (converted to local currency) of all goods and related services resulting from that activity and sold outside of the domestic market. When combined, these two indices show the average price development of all goods and related services resulting from an activity. This is the percentage change compared with the previous month.
04:00
Producer Price Index y/y
EurozoneEUR
Period
June
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
9.6%
Producer Price Indices are business cycle indicators showing the monthly development of transaction prices of economic activities. They can be an early indicator of inflationary pressures in the economy, but also record the evolution of prices over longer periods of time. The total output price index is broken down into domestic output price index and non-domestic output price index. The domestic output price index for an economic activity measures the average price development of all goods and related services resulting from that activity and sold on the domestic market. The non-domestic price index shows the average price development (converted to local currency) of all goods and related services resulting from that activity and sold outside of the domestic market. When combined, these two indices show the average price development of all goods and related services resulting from an activity. This is the percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
08:30
RBC Canadian Manufacturing PMI
CanadaCAD
Period
July
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
56.5
The RBC Canadian Manufacturing PMI Report is based on data compiled from monthly replies to questionnaires sent to purchasing executives at over 400 industrial companies. RBC PMI is a composite index based on five of the individual indexes: New Orders, Output, Employment, Suppliers’ Delivery Times, Stock of Items Purchased. An index reading above 50 indicates an overall increase in that variable. PMI surveys are the first indicators of economic conditions published each month and are therefore available well ahead of comparable data produced by government bodies.
09:00
Durable Goods Orders ex Defense
United StatesUSD
Period
June
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
-
Durable Goods Orders ex Defense. The Durable Goods Orders figure is also reported excluding defense expenditures. Orders for items like civilian vehicles or aircrafts are fairly expensive and fluctuate idiosyncratically, distorting the Durable Goods Orders figure. Such goods are excluded to provide a better measure of durable goods orders. The defense industry categories should include sales, inventories, and orders relating to foreign government contracted through the Department of Defense (Foreign Military Assistance Program). Also include subcontracts with other companies where the prime contract is known to be with the Department of Defense.
09:00
Factory Orders m/m
United StatesUSD
Period
June
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
1.7%
The Manufacturers' Shipments, Inventories, and Orders (M3) survey provides broad-based, monthly statistical data on economic conditions in the domestic manufacturing sector. The survey measures current industrial activity and provides an indication of future business trends. There are 89 separately tabulated industry categories in the M3 survey. These categories are groupings of the 473 manufacturing industries. New orders, as reported in the monthly survey, are net of order cancellations and include orders received and filled during the month as well as orders received for future delivery. They also include the value of contract changes which increase or decrease the value of the unfilled orders to which they relate. Orders are defined to include those supported by binding legal documents such as signed contracts, letters of award, or letters of intent, although in some industries this definition may not be strictly applicable. In the case of letters of intent, the full amount of the sales value is included if the parties are in substantial agreement on the amount; otherwise, only the funds specifically authorized to be expended are included.
17:30
AIG Construction Index
AustraliaAUD
Period
July
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
55.5
The survey is provided by Australian Industry Group (AIG). AI Group's leading economists monitor the performance of Australia's manufacturing, services and construction sectors, provide economic forecasts and assessments of industry sectors, as well as a range of issue specific reports and surveys. The Australian Performance of Construction Index (Australian PCI) is a seasonally adjusted national composite index based on the diffusion indexes for sales, new orders, employment, inventories and deliveries all with varying weights. An Australian PCI® reading above 50 points indicates that the service industry is generally expanding, below 50 that it is declining. The distance from 50 is indicative of the strength of the expansion or decline.
17:45
Employment Change q/q
New ZealandNZD
Period
Q2
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
0.6%
The following definitions, specified by the International Labour Organization, are used for the Labour Force: Working-age population: The usually resident, non-institutionalized, civilian population of New Zealand aged 15 years and over. Labour force: Members of the working-age population who during their survey reference week were classified as 'employed' or 'unemployed'. Employed: All persons in the working-age population who during the reference week worked for one hour or more for pay or profit in the context of an employee/employer relationship or self-employment. This is the percentage change compared with the previous quarter.
17:45
Labour Cost Index q/q
New ZealandNZD
Period
Q2
Actual
 
Forecast
0.3%
Previous
0.4%
Labour Cost Index (Salary and Wage Rates) represents a measure of movements in base salary and ordinary time wage rates, and overtime wage rates. The index sits alongside the Producers Price Inputs Index (which measures changes in businesses’ current costs of production, excluding labour and capital costs, as defined by the New Zealand System of National Accounts' concept of intermediate consumption) and the Capital Goods Price Index (which measures changes in businesses’ capital costs). The index covers jobs filled by paid employees in all occupations and in all industries except private households employing staff. Salary and ordinary time and overtime wage rates for a fixed set of job descriptions are obtained by a quarterly postal survey of employers. Each quarter, salary and wage rates are surveyed for the pay period in which the 15th of the middle month of the quarter falls.
17:45
Participation Rate
New ZealandNZD
Period
Q2
Actual
 
Forecast
70.30%
Previous
70.40%
The following definitions, specified by the International Labour Organization, are used for the Labour Force: Working-age population: The usually resident, non-institutionalized, civilian population of New Zealand aged 15 years and over. Labour force: Members of the working-age population who during their survey reference week were classified as 'employed' or 'unemployed'. Labour force participation rate: The total labour force expressed as a percentage of the working-age population.
17:45
Unemployment Rate
New ZealandNZD
Period
Q2
Actual
 
Forecast
4.9%
Previous
4.7%
The following definitions, specified by the International Labour Organization, are used for the Labour Force: Working-age population: The usually resident, non-institutionalized, civilian population of New Zealand aged 15 years and over. Labour force: Members of the working-age population who during their survey reference week were classified as 'employed' or 'unemployed'. Employed: All persons in the working-age population who during the reference week worked for one hour or more for pay or profit in the context of an employee/employer relationship or self-employment; Unemployed: All persons in the working-age population who during the reference week were without a paid job, available for work and had either actively sought work in the past four weeks ending with the reference week, or had a new job to start within the next four weeks. Unemployment rate: The number of unemployed persons expressed as a percentage of the labour force.
19:30
Markit Japan Services PMI
JapanJPY
Period
July
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
48.0
The Markit Japan Services PMI is based on data compiled from monthly replies to questionnaires sent to purchasing executives in over 400 private service sector companies. Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) is based on monthly questionnaire surveys of carefully selected companies which provide an advance indication of what is really happening in the private sector economy by tracking changes in variables such as output, new orders, stock levels, employment and prices across the services sector. The index is presented as an index with a value between 1-100. Values above 50 indicate that the economic outlook is positive.
20:30
Retail Sales m/m
AustraliaAUD
Period
June
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
-1.8%
This indicator measures the total sales of goods and services made by retail stores in Australia. Because a large portion of consumer spending is accounted for in this indicator, it gives a good look at the consumer spending situation, which will account for approximately half of GDP (Gross Domestic Product). This is the percent change from the previous month.

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