|0:05||GfK Consumer Confidence Survey|
|0:30||Private Sector Credit|
|2:00||Money Supply M3|
|5:00||Fed's Mester Speaks to Monetary Policy Forum in New York|
|Annualized Housing Starts|
|8:00||KOF Leading Indicator|
|9:30||Gross Domestic Product|
|Index of Services|
|Lloyds Business Barometer|
|Total Business Investment|
|Gross Fixed Capital Formation|
|13:00||German Consumer Price Index|
|13:30||Gross Domestic Product|
|Gross Domestic Product Price Index|
|Core Personal Consumption Expenditure|
|14:45||Chicago Purchasing Manager|
|15:00||U. of Michigan Confidence|
|Pending Home Sales|
MQL5.community celebrates 500,000 users
Feb 27 11:26 (GMT) - MetaQuotes Software Corp., the software developer that gave the Forex world the popular platforms MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5, today announced that the number of registered users of the MQL.5 ... ...
Dollar bulls giving back some of yesterday's gains ahead of Preliminary GDP
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GBP/USD Forecast: Strong dynamic support at 1.5380
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Guest Editorial: How the Greek Crisis Has Affected the Euro, January 22 – February 23, 2015
Feb 27 11:05 (GMT) - FXTM Chief Market Analyst Jameel Ahmad explains how the Greek economic crisis has affected the value of the Euro in a very short space of time, analyzing specific events ...
Portugal Q4 GDP final qq +0.5% as exp/prev
Feb 27 11:05 (GMT) - yy final +0.7% as exp/prevUnemployment rate Jan 13.3% vs 13.6% prevNothing that's ...
Germany's Baden Wuerttemberg Feb CPI comes in at 0.0% vs -0.4% prior y/y
Feb 27 11:01 (GMT) - +0.9% vs -1.3% prior m/m ...
More BOJ Stimulus, Please? Sincerely, Japan
Feb 27 11:00 (GMT) - While the BOJ highlighted the pickup in Japan's export industry, the latest figures from the domestic economy paints a completely different picture. How bad are things on the home front? Continue reading → The post More BOJ Stimulus, Please? Sincerely, Japan ...
Daily Shot: Eurozone back in business?
Feb 27 11:00 (GMT) - The euro has sunken dramatically lower but economic and credit conditions in the Eurozone are showing signs of improvement. With money supply growth higher and consumer confidence returning, the only problem here continues to be Greece. ...