Economic Calendar

Economic Calendar

Latest economic events

Major Market Events

The economic calendar refers to the scheduled dates of significant news releases or events that may affect the movement of currency exchange rates and the financial products market as a whole. These events often have a significant impact on financial markets and currency volatility.

For the month of May, 2022

Mon, May 2

09:55 (EUR) German Manufacturing PMI

actual 54.6 forecast 54.1 previous 56.9


Tue, May 3

06:30 (AUD) RBA Interest Rate Decision (May)

actual 0.35% forecast 0.25% previous 0.10%


Wed, May 4

16:30 (USD) Crude Oil Inventories

actual 1.302M forecast -1.167M previous 0.692M


Wed, May 4

20:00 (USD) Fed Interest Rate Decision

actual 1.00% forecast 1.00% previous 0.50%


Thu, May 5

13:00 (GBP) BoE Interest Rate Decision (May)

actual 1.00% forecast 1.00% previous 0.75%


Fri, May 6

14:30 (USD) Nonfarm Payrolls (Apr)

actual 428K forecast 400K previous 431K


Mon, May 9

14:30 (CAD) Building Permits (MoM) (Mar)

actual -9.3% forecast -8.0% previous 24.6%


Tue, May 10

11:00 (EUR) German ZEW Economic Sentiment (May)

actual -34.3% forecast -42.0 previous -41.0


Wed, May 11

14:30 (USD) Core CPI (MoM) (Apr)

actual 0.6% forecast 0.4% previous 0.3%


Thu, May 12

13:00 (USD) OPEC Monthly Report

forecast - previous -


Fri, May 13

00:30 (NZD) Business NZ PMI (Apr)

actual 51.2 previous 53.8


Mon, May 16

14:30 (CAD) Wholesale Sales (MoM) (Mar)

actual 0.3% forecast 0.3% previous -0.3%


Tue, May 17

14:30 (USD) Core Retail Sales (MoM) (Apr)

forecast 1.0% previous 1.1%


Wed, May 18

08:00 (GBP) CPI (YoY) (Apr)

previous 7.0%


Thu, May 19

03:30 (AUD) Employment Change (Apr)

forecast 40.0K previous 17.9K


Fri, May 20

08:00 (GBP) Retail Sales (MoM) (Apr)

forecast -0.3% previous -1.4%


Mon, May 23

10:00 (EUR) German Ifo Business Climate Index (May)

forecast 89.1 previous 91.8


Tue, May 24

09:30 (EUR) German Manufactoring PMI (May)

forecast 54.5 previous 54.6


Wed, May 25 - Holiday

All Day Sweeden - Ascension Day - Early close at 13.00


Thu, May 26 - Holiday

All Day Switzerland - Ascension Day


Fri, May 27 - Holiday

All Day Denmark - Market Holiday


Mon, May 30 - Holiday

All Day United States - Memorial Day


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What does the economic calendar show?

All information in the economic calendar are well organized and provides important scheduled economic events, news and announcement that affect specific security or the global market as a whole. GDP, non-farm payroll and interest rates are just some of the few that are presented in the economic calendar.

How to read the economic calendar?

The economic calendar we have provides a short description of each event and its “actual,” “forecast,” and “prior” values. Events are organized chronologically and you can choose to see only those of high importance. 
The “forecast” value can be expressed as a percentage or as a currency value and it shows how the event will impact the market. “Actual” value is the value of the event at the time of reading and the “prior” value is the value it was before the “actual” one. 
Additionally, in the economic calendar, you can filter events by country.

Why is the economic calendar important?

For traders, the economic calendar is a very important and helpful tool, whether they are planning new investments or are observing existing portfolios. They are using it as a trading indicator to potentially increase profit. 
Since some events can show the upcoming volatility, following the economic calendar, traders can prepare for it.
The economic calendar is especially important for day traders and we recommend them to keep track of it frequently.

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