Economic Calendar With Volatility Expectations «

Economic Calendar With Volatility Expectations



There are only a few news releases from each region this week (the US, Europe, and Asia). There are four high volatility news releases from the US, four high volatility news releases from Europe, and two high volatility news releases from Asia. Markets from all three regions will probably experience medium (US) to high (Europe and Asia) volatility and average (US) to significant (Europe and Asia) price movement throughout this week (except Friday).

The US, European, and Asian news releases for this week are as follows (all times are Greenwich Mean Time, which is two hours behind Central European Time, and four hours ahead of US Eastern Time) :

US

•Monday: Housing Market Index at 2:00 PM, FOMC News Conferences at 2:30 PM and 4:30 PM
•Tuesday: Building Permits and Housing Starts at 12:30 PM
•Wednesday: Existing Home Sales at 2:00 PM, and Oil Inventories at 2:30 PM
•Thursday: Unemployment Claims at 12:30 PM, Manufacturing Index, Leading Index, and HPI at 2:00 PM, and Natural Gas Storage at 2:30 PM
•Friday: No News Releases
•This week’s US news releases that should cause high volatility are shown in bold type. There are only a few US news releases this week, and four high volatility news releases. The US markets will probably experience medium volatility and average price movement throughout this week.
Europe

•Monday: EU Consumer Confidence at 2:00 PM
•Tuesday: France PMI at 7:00 AM, Germany PMI at 7:30 AM, and EU Current Account and PMI at 8:00 AM
•Wednesday: Germany PPI at 6:00 AM, and UK MPC Meeting at 8:30 AM
•Thursday: Germany Business Climate at 8:00 AM, UK Public Sector Borrowing, Retail Sales, and Mortgage Approvals at 8:30 AM, and Belgium Business Climate at 1:00 PM
•Friday: Italy Retail Sales at 8:00 AM
•This week’s European news releases that should cause high volatility are shown in bold type. There are only a few European news releases this week, and four high volatility news releases. Regardless of the news releases, the European markets will probably experience high volatility and significant price movement throughout this week.
Asia

•Monday: No News Releases
•Tuesday: Australia Monetary Policy at 1:30 AM, Australia Business Confidence at ??:?? ??, China PMI at 2:30 AM, China Fireign Direct Investment at ??:?? ??, Japan Household Confidence at 5:00 AM, and Japan Industry Activity and Trade Balance at 11:50 PM
•Wednesday: Australia Leading Index at 12:30 AM, Australia Import Prices at 1:30 AM, and China Leading Index at 2:00 AM
•Thursday: Australia PPI at 1:30 AM, and New Zealand Credit Card Spending at 3:00 AM
•Friday: No News Releases
•This week’s Asian news releases that should cause high volatility are shown in bold type. There are only a few Asian news releases this week, and only two high volatility news release. Regardless of the news releases, the Asian markets will probably experience high volatility and significant price movement throughout this week.

 

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