Economic Calendar

Use our economic calendar to explore key global events on the horizon that could subtly shift or substantially shake up the financial markets.

What Is the Economic Calendar?

The economic calendar refers to the scheduled dates of significant releases or events that may affect the movement of individual security prices or markets as a whole. Investors and traders use the economic calendar to plan trades and portfolio reallocations, as well as to be alert to chart patterns and indicators that may be caused or affected by these events. The economic calendar for various countries is available for free on multiple financial and market websites. 

Economic Events Available for Trading

Manufacturing PMI

The Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index measures the activity level of purchasing managers in the manufacturing sector.

Interest Rate Decision

The decision on where to set interest rates depends mostly on growth outlook and inflation. The primary objective of the central bank is to achieve price stability.

Crude Oil Inventories

The Energy Information Administration’s Crude Oil Inventories measures the weekly change in the number of barrels of commercial crude oil held by firms. 

Deposit Facility Rate

The deposit facility is the rate that banks may use to make overnight deposits with the Eurosystem.

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Understanding the Economic Calendar

Economic calendars usually focus on the scheduled releases of economic reports for a given country. Examples of events that are listed on an economic calendar include weekly jobless claims, reports of new home starts, scheduled changes in the interest rate or interest rate signaling, regular reports from the Federal Reserve or other central banks, economic sentiment surveys from specific markets, and hundreds of other types of events.
The majority of the events listed fall into one of two categories: projections of future financial or economic events, or reports on recent financial or economic events.
Traders and investors rely on the economic calendar to give them information and to provide trading opportunities. Traders often time moving into or out of positions to correspond either with an announcement of some event or with the heavy trading volume that often precedes a scheduled announcement.
Following the economic calendar can be especially beneficial for a trader who wants to take a short position. If the trader guesses correctly about the nature of the announcement, they can open the position immediately before the scheduled announcement and then close it within hours of the announcement. 

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