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    Economic Calendar of 03.09.2014

    GMT ZONE CURRENCY EVENT CONCENSUS PREVIOUS
    1:00 CN CNY Non-manufacturing PMI (Aug) 54.2
    1:30 AU AUD Gross Domestic Product (YoY) (Q2) 3.00% 3.50%
    1:30 AU AUD Gross Domestic Product (QoQ) (Q2) 0.40% 1.10%
    1:35 JP JPY Markit Services PMI (Aug) 50.4
    1:45 CN CNY HSBC China Services PMI (Aug) 50
    3:20 AU AUD RBA's Governor Glenn Stevens Speech
    7:55 DE EUR Markit Services PMI (Aug) 56.4 56.7
    8:30 UK GBP Markit Services PMI (Aug) 58.5 59.1
    9:00 EMU EUR Retail Sales (YoY) (Jul) 0.90% 2.40%
    11:00 US USD MBA Mortgage Applications (Aug 29) 2.80%
    14:00 CA CAD BoC Interest Rate Decision 1% 1%
    14:00 CA CAD BOC Rate Statement
    14:00 US USD Factory Orders (MoM) (Jul) 11.00% 1.10%
    18:00 US USD Fed's Beige Book
    23:50 JP JPY Foreign bond investment (Aug 29) ¥-609B
    23:50 JP JPY Foreign investment in Japan stocks (Aug 29) ¥174.6B

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    Economic Calendar of 04.08.2014

    GMT ZONE CURRENCY EVENT CONCENSUS PREVIOUS
    1:30 AU AUD Retail Sales s.a. (MoM) (Jul) 0.40% 0.60%
    1:30 AU AUD Trade Balance (Jul) -1,510M -1,683M
    n/a JP JPY BoJ Monetary Policy Statement
    5:30 FR EUR ILO Unemployment (Q2) 10.10%
    6:00 DE EUR Factory Orders n.s.a. (YoY) (Jul) -4.30%
    n/a JP JPY BoJ Press Conference
    n/a ES EUR 30-y Bond Auction 4.04%
    11:00 UK GBP BoE Interest Rate Decision (Sep 4) 0.50% 0.50%
    11:00 UK GBP BoE Asset Purchase Facility (Sep) £375B
    n/a UK GBP BoE Monetary Policy Statement
    11:45 EMU EUR ECB Interest Rate Decision (Sep 4) 0.15% 0.15%
    12:15 US USD ADP Employment Change (Aug) 220K 218K
    12:30 EMU EUR ECB Monetary policy statement and press conference
    12:30 US USD Initial Jobless Claims (Aug 29) 300K 298K
    12:30 US USD Continuing Jobless Claims (Aug 22) 2.510M 2.527M
    12:30 US USD Trade Balance (Jul) $-42.20B $-41.54B
    14:00 US USD ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI (Aug) 57.5 58.7

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    Economic Calendar of 05.09.2014

    GMT ZONE CURRENCY EVENT CONCENSUS PREVIOUS
    5:00 JP JPY BoJ Monthly Economic Survey
    5:00 JP JPY Leading Economic Index (Jul)Preliminar 105.9
    5:00 JP JPY Coincident Index (Jul)Preliminar 109.7
    6:00 DE EUR Industrial Production n.s.a. w.d.a. (YoY) (Jul) -0.50%
    7:15 CH CHF Industrial Production (YoY) (Q2) 4.30%
    7:15 CH CHF Industrial Production (QoQ) (Q2) 0.50%
    8:30 UK GBP Consumer Inflation Expectations 2.60%
    9:00 EMU EUR Gross Domestic Product s.a. (YoY) (Q2) 0.70% 0.90%
    9:00 EMU EUR Gross Domestic Product s.a. (QoQ) (Q2) 0.00% 0.20%
    12:30 US USD Average Hourly Earnings (YoY) (Aug) 2%
    12:30 US USD Average Weekly Hours (Aug) 34.5 34.5
    12:30 US USD Labor Force Participation Rate (Aug) 62.90%
    12:30 US USD Nonfarm Payrolls (Aug) 225K 209K
    12:30 CA CAD Unemployment Rate (Aug) 7% 7%
    12:30 US USD Unemployment Rate (Aug) 6.10% 6.20%
    12:30 CA CAD Net Change in Employment (Aug) 10.0K 0.2K
    14:00 CA CAD Ivey Purchasing Managers Index (Aug) 50.4
    14:00 CA CAD Ivey Purchasing Managers Index s.a (Aug) 55.3 54.1

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    Well dear kathrine ! I see you uploaded economical calender which so good for every traders. specially it is very best way for inter day trader. because they always follow daily economical events. but as a manual trader I do not follow to economical indicators and I prefer to technical calculation before enter the market.

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    hi mohabbat, what type of calculations you are referring to?

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    This is my personal trading view , and always I prefer these before enter the market
    1) Weekly and daily Candle stick position.
    2) Chart patterns ,Break out
    3) Trend situation
    4) MACD and SAR
    5) Economical event.

    and after five calculation I enter the market because I am not short term trader so...

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    Key events for the day ahead as we progress the Asian shift.

    RBA’s Kent speaks at the Australia National University at 5:30pmSyd, presumable on the economy
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    RBNZ assistant governor McDermott will be speaking at 1PM Syd, though the event is not open to the media.

    In Asia we have India May wholesale prices, Singapore Apr retail sales and Indonesia May trade balance.

    The NY Fed’s Empire state survey is expected to show that manufacturing sentiment rose in Jne.

    A weak start to the year is typical, and the market median is 6.0. The market expects May indust5ral production to print in the ps9iitve te5rrirory for the first time since Nov. A partial rebound in utility output and modest factory production fain should see a modest gain of 0.2%m/m. the consensus for Jun NAHB housing market index is a gain to 56 from 54.

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    Economic Calendar..Things to Watch This Week




    Coming Week -marks the busiest one of the first-quarter earnings season on Wall Street, with many of the big-name U.S. technology stocks, such as Facebook, Amazon and Google, set to report in the days ahead.
    Investors also have their eyes on interest rates to see if the U.S. 10-year Treasury yield will finally hit the 3%-mark. If yields continue to breakout, that will certainly start weighing on equities.
    Attention will shift back to monetary policy this week, with meetings from both the European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan.


    5 biggest events on the economic calendar that are most likely to affect the markets.




    1.U.S. Tech Companies Highlight Busy Week Of Earnings
    This week will be the busiest week with more than a third of the S&P 500 set to report
    Google parent Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL) is expected by analysts on average to report a 22% increase in revenue to $30.3 billion, with net income rising 21%, equivalent to $9.28 per share on a non-GAAP basis, according to Thomson Reuters data.
    Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) to post a 42% surge in quarterly revenue, to $11.4 billion, when it reports late on Wednesday. Its stock has lost 10% since the revelations about Cambridge, underscoring investors' concerns about regulation that could crimp the leading
    social network's profitability.
    Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) late on Thursday is expected to report a 40% jump in revenue to $50 billion as the online retailer continues its expansion into cloud computing and brick-and-mortar groceries. Chief Executive Officer Jeff Bezos may face questions
    from analysts about how Amazon might react to U.S. President Donald Trump's allegations that the company enjoys unfair business advantages, including its use of United States Postal Service.
    Twitter (NYSE:TWTR), Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM), eBay (NASDAQ:EBAY) and PayPal (NASDAQ:PYPL) on Wednesday, and Intel (NASDAQ:INTC), Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) and Baidu (NASDAQ:BIDU) on Thursday.


    2. European Central Bank Policy Meeting
    The European Central Bank is all but certain to keep interest rates at their current record low levels when it holds its third meeting of the year at 1145GMT (7:45AM ET) on Thursday.


    President Mario Draghi will hold a closely-watched press conference 45 minutes after the rate announcement as investors seek further clues on when the central bank plans to end its €2.5 trillion stimulus program.


    Expectations have grown recently that policymakers may take another small step in removing stimulus after dropping a long-standing pledge to increase its bond buying if needed at its last meeting in March.


    However, some experts believe such a step may be hasty given some signs of a softening in economic data and brewing concerns of an escalation in global trade disputes.


    Concerned about a recent dip in both headline and underlying inflation, economists anticipate that ECB steps towards the end of asset buys will come only in July.


    The ECB cut its monthly bond purchases from €60 billion to €30 billion back in October, but extended the program until the end of September 2018, citing muted price pressures.






    3. BOJ Policy Announcement


    The Bank of Japan is also seen keeping policy on hold at the conclusion of its two-day rate review on Friday, including a pledge to keep short-term interest rates at minus 0.1%.


    BoJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda will hold a press conference afterward to discuss the decision.


    The Japanese central bank will also publish its latest quarterly outlook report, which will contain the latest forecasts on economic growth and inflation.


    Most likely, there will be little change to the projections, with policymakers maintaining their view on hitting the 2% inflation target in 2019.


    That could increase the prospects of the BoJ deciding to debate winding down its massive stimulus next fiscal year.


    But a complete shift to monetary tightening is unlikely as Kuroda has said inflation must exceed a stable 2% before the bank can trim its huge holdings of government bonds and exchange-traded funds.


    There have been some indications recently that the BoJ is setting the ground to begin discussions on winding back its quantitative easing program thanks to an improving economic outlook.


    Japan's economy, the world's third largest, expanded at an annualized rate of 1.6% in October-December, posting its longest continuous expansion since the 1980s bubble economy.




    4. U.S. Advanced First Quarter GDP


    Investors will keep an eye on a preliminary reading of first-quarter U.S. growth due at 8:30AM ET (1230GMT) Friday to gauge if the world's largest economy is strong enough to withstand multiple rate hikes in the coming months.


    The report is expected to show growth in the January-March period slowing from an annual rate of 2.9% to 2.0%, as consumer spending is forecast to have slowed sharply from the last quarter.


    Despite the expected slowdown, the data is unlikely to make much impact on Fed policymakers given the expected boost over the coming months from the Trump administration tax cuts.


    Besides the GDP report, this week's calendar also features data on existing home sales, consumer confidence and durable goods orders.






    5. UK Preliminary Q1 GDP


    Market players will focus on the first estimate of British first-quarter GDP for further hints on the health of the economy and the likelihood of the Bank of England raising interest rates this year.


    The report, released by the Office for National Statistics at 0830GMT (4:30AM ET) on Friday, is forecast to reveal the economy grew 0.3% in the first three months of 2018, after expanding at a 0.4% clip in the previous three-month period.


    On an annualized rate, the British economy is expected to grow 1.4% in the three months ended March 30, the same as its rise in the preceding quarter.


    The BoE kept interest rates steady last month, but two policymakers unexpectedly voted for a hike, reinforcing the view that borrowing costs will rise in May for only the second time since the 2008 financial crisis.


    Politics is also likely to be in focus, especially as the Brexit negotiations enter a key phase with less than a year to go until the deadline to agree to an official deal is reached.


    While Britain's economy is lagging behind the global recovery, it has held up better than the gloomy forecasts made at the time of the 2016 vote to leave the European Union.

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