Major national and worldwide events that are anticipated to have an influence on the pricing and popularity of global markets or assets are highlighted in FXTradium economic calendar that is updated in real-time. Several future economic events, as stated in the calendar, are expected to have an influence on the financial markets, including stock CFD trading, currency trading, indices and commodities trading, etc.
You will find it necessary to keep an eye on forthcoming events on a regular basis, no matter what time period you trade-in or how busy you are. Although you may be a long-term forex investor, it is to your best advantage to keep up to speed with the big economic releases, as well as the expectations around them and the ultimate results. Each of the announcements and news events listed below has the potential to cause significant volatility, particularly in the FX markets. None has a greater impact on the market than non-farm payroll data (NFP), which is issued on the first Friday of every month and provides information on the health of the United States labor market. In addition to interest rate decisions by central banks and the consumer price index, other economic news having a major influence includes (CPI).
The following are the most significant financial events that have an influence on the markets on a monthly basis:
- US Non-farm payrolls (NFP)
- Employment Indicators (labor force, payroll, and unemployment data estimate)
- Central Bank rate decisions (central banks minutes/statement)
- Consumer Price Index (CPI) or Inflation Retail Sales
- EIA Crude OIL Inventory
- OPEC Meetings
- Produce Price Index (PPI)
- Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
- New Home Sales
- Durable Goods Orders
- Existing-Home Sales
- ISM Data
- Trade Balance
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