Economic Calendar

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FridayImpactActualForecastPreviousDetails
All Day
CNY
Chinese Exports (y/y)
high
-0.9%-3.9%-3.2%
All Day
CNY
Chinese Imports (y/y)
high
-6.4%-7.8%-8.5%
All Day
CNY
Chinese Trade Balance
med
42.81B40.1B39.65B
All Day
EUR
Ecofin
low
All Day
GBP
UK sovereign debt to be rated by Moody's
med
00:10
USD
Fed's Bostic speaks in New York on monetary policy
med
00:30
AUD
Home Loans (m/m)
med
3.6%1.0%2.0%*
00:30
AUD
RBA Statement on Monetary Policy
high
05:00
JPY
Leading Indicators Index
low
92.292.291.9
06:45
CHF
Unemployment (sa)
low
2.3%2.3%2.3%
07:00
EUR
German Current Account (nsa)
low
25.5B19.1B17.3B*
07:00
EUR
German Trade Balance
low
21.1B19.5B16.4B*
07:45
EUR
French Manufacturing Production (m/m)
med
0.3%0.2%-0.8%
07:45
EUR
French Manufacturing Production (y/y)
med
0.1%0.3%-1.3%*
07:45
EUR
French Trade Balance
low
-5.55B-4.96B-5.44B*
07:45
EUR
French Current Account
low
-2.7B-3.0B*
13:15
CAD
Housing Starts
low
202.0k220.0k221.1k*
13:30
CAD
Employment
high
-1.815.053.7
13:30
CAD
Unemployment
high
5.5%5.5%5.5%
13:30
CAD
Building Permits (m/m)
med
-6.5%-2.0%5.6%*
15:00
USD
Wholesale Inventories (m/m)
low
-0.4%-0.3%-0.3%
15:00
USD
UoM Consumer Sentiment Index
high
95.795.095.5

UoM Consumer Sentiment Index

15:00
USD
ImpactActualForecastPrevious
high
95.795.095.5

Details

Source
University of Michigan
Measures
The University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index rates the relative level of current and future economic conditions. There are two versions of this data released two weeks apart, preliminary and revised. The preliminary data tends to have a greater impact. The reading is compiled from a survey of around 500 consumers.
Usual Effect
A higher than expected reading should be taken as positive/bullish for the USD, while a lower than expected reading should be taken as negative/bearish for the USD.
Frequency
Monthly
Next Release
Nov 22, 2019
Why Traders Care
Consumer optimism is directly related to consumer spending, which makes up a large part of a country's economic activity.
Acro Expanded
University of Michigan (UoM)
16:45
USD
Fed's Daly speaks on climate change
med
18:30
CAD
BoC's Beaudry speaks
low

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