Economic Calendar

Unemployment figures, company earnings reports and elections – keep track of key announcements and other events that could affect the markets. 
Monday, November 7 to Sunday, November 13
German Industrial Production

Monday, November 7

02:00 ET

Following the release of even weaker manufacturing PMI data last week, the downturn in German manufacturing sector deepened further. We will find out exactly how the overall industrial production was affected, as concerns over the Eurozone’s economic powerhouse mount.

What to watch: EUR, German 40


Thursday, November 10

08:30 ET

The Fed has made it clear that incoming inflation data will have a big saying in whether they will reduce the pace of tightening in the upcoming meetings. CPI data will therefore be very important. In September, CPI eased less than expected to a still very high 8.2% from 8.3% previously. The rate needs to fall sharply for the Fed to pivot.

What to watch: USD, US Tech 100


Friday, November 11

02:00 ET

After a surprise growth of 0.2% in Q2, a technical recession will be avoided for now – unless the previous quarter’s GDP print is revised lower. In any event, the UK economy is in tatters. With inflation being in double digits, stagflation is the best description of the economy. Will the slump get even worse?

What to watch: GBP, UK 100

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