Our forex economic calendar breaks down important economic events by currency, time period, and market impact.
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The monthly issue is formed based on the results of a survey of more than 5,000 households. It measures average consumer confidence and purchasing power (for example, a sharp decline in consumer confidence may indicate a weakening economy).
A statistical valuation that measures changes in the prices of services and consumer goods. The CPI is used as a measure of inflation because it reports price changes in over 200 categories.
A monthly key indicator of future manufacturing activity, showing new orders placed with domestic manufacturers for an upcoming supply of durable goods.
Quarterly economic series showing rising and falling labor costs trends. It measures inflation in wages, wages, and benefits paid by an employer in the US.
It indicates the economic growth of the country and is determined by output, income, and expenditure. GDB is often correlated with the standard of living. It is the market value of all services and goods produced in a country in a given period.
A monthly report measuring consumer spending (an important measure of US GDP). As a timely indicator of general consumer spending patterns, it can be used to assess the immediate direction of the economy.
A commonly used economic indicator that measures the average change in selling prices received by domestic producers in manufacturing, mining, electricity, and agriculture.
The percentage of unemployed is measured by the ratio of persons who are unemployed, willing, and able to work, to the total number of persons in the labor force. It is a lagging indicator because it changes with the economy and shows future interest rates and monetary policy.