|05:00||Housing starts (Ann.)|
|06:00||German Import Price Index|
|06:00||German Import Price Index (29th-31st)|
|07:00||KOF leading indicator|
|08:30||BoE - Mortgage Approvals|
|08:30||BoE - Net Consumer Credit|
|08:30||BoE - Secured Lending|
|08:30||M4 Money Supply|
|09:00||Business Climate Index|
|12:00||German CPI (Prelim)|
|12:00||German HICP (Prelim)|
|12:30||Industrial product price index|
|12:30||Raw materials price index|
|13:00||S&P Case-Shiller Home Price|
|23:05||Gfk Consumer Confidence|
|23:30||AIG Services PMI|
|23:30||Industrial Production (Prelim.)|
|23:50||Industrial Production (Prelim.)|
|23:50||Real Household Spending|
The economic timetable must imperatively be consulted at the start of each trading day. The financial markets follow the rhythm of the publication of economic statistics (GDP, unemployment, consumption, etc.) which may have a significant impact on the rates. At the time of publication of certain statistics, there may be variations of more than 1% in a few minutes, or even seconds, which represents hundreds of pips. This strong volatility is accompanied by a significant increase in the spread.
It is for that reason that it is important to know the time of publication of significant statistics; a stop which is too tight is often fatal at those times.
We supply the most complete timetable possible, indicating the estimated level of impact on rates and mentioning the currency concerned.