Upcoming Economic Reports

Below you will find a list of upcoming economic reports. The federal government, large universities and other organizations regularly publish reports showing the status of a specific measure of economic activity, such as durable good sales, unemployment and retail sales. By comparing the results of an economic report to the previous release of that report, investors can identify general economic trends. More about economic reports.

DateReport TitlePeriodExpectedPrevious
8/2/2021Retail Sales YY Real*June-2.4-
8/2/2021Retail Sales MM Real*June4.2-
8/2/2021Retail Sales YY*June2.8-
8/2/2021PMI Manufacturing Sect*July65.8-
8/2/2021CPI MMJuly0.1-
8/2/2021CPI YYJuly0.6-
8/2/2021PPI YYJune11.3-
8/2/2021Unemployment Rate*July7-
8/2/2021Manufacturing PMI SAJuly54.7-
8/2/2021Manufacturing PMIJuly66.7-
8/2/2021Manufacturing DNB PMI SAJuly60.8-
8/2/2021Retail Sales YY*June10.5-
8/2/2021Imacec Econ. Activity*June18.1-
8/2/2021Budget BalanceJuly-265.1-
8/2/2021Total New Vehicle Sales*July3803038131
8/2/2021Total New Vehicle YY*July20.2-
8/2/2021Manufacturing PMIJuly50.8-
8/2/2021ISM Mfg Prices PaidJuly92.1-
8/2/2021ISM Manufacturing PMIJuly60.6-
8/2/2021ISM Manuf New Orders IdxJuly66-
8/2/2021ISM Manuf Employment IdxJuly49.9-
8/2/2021Construction Spending MM *June-0.3-
8/2/2021Exports YY*June39.4-
8/2/2021Trade Balance*July10.4-
8/2/2021CPI Growth MMJuly-0.1-
8/2/2021CPI Growth YYJuly2.4-
8/2/2021CPI, Overall TokyoJuly--
8/2/2021CPI Tokyo Ex fresh food YYJuly--
8/2/2021Foreign ReservesJuly1376.5-
8/2/2021Pvt Bank Lending YY*June2.94-
8/2/2021M2 Money Supply YY*June-1.6-
8/2/2021Budget Balance - ILS*July-8.8-
8/2/2021IPC-Fipe Inflation IdxJuly0.81-
8/2/2021Business Confidence IdxJuly97-
8/2/2021Trade Ministry Exports*July19.8-
8/2/2021GDP QQ*Q2-0.96-
8/2/2021Tax Revenues*July922.85-
8/2/2021GDP YY*Q2-0.74-
8/2/2021Foreign Reserves*July40.58-
8/2/2021FX Reserve - USD*July200175-
8/2/2021Budget Balance Ytd*June-890.2-
8/2/2021CPI MM*June0.25-
8/2/2021CPI YY*June-0.38-
8/2/2021M2 Money Supply*June4.3-
8/2/2021REPO Rate*Q21.85-
8/3/2021Retail Sales MM Final *June-1.8-
8/3/2021Retail TradeQ2-0.5-
8/3/2021Producer Price Index YY *June10.39-
8/3/2021CPI MM*July1.94-
8/3/2021Consumer Confidence*Q3-18-
8/3/2021CPI YY*July17.53-
8/3/2021PPI MMJuly4.01-
8/3/2021PPI YY*July42.89-
8/3/2021IPC-Fipe Inflation IdxJuly0.81-
8/3/2021Producer Prices MMJune1.3-
8/3/2021Producer Prices YYJune9.6-
8/3/2021Industrial Production YYJune10.1-
8/3/2021Industrial Production MMJune-2.3-
8/3/2021Industrial Output MMJune1.4-
8/3/2021Industrial Output YY*June24-
8/3/2021Redbook YY *-16-
8/3/2021Durable Goods, R MM *June0.8-
8/3/2021Durables Ex-Def, R MM *June1-
8/3/2021Factory Orders MM *June1.7-
8/3/2021Durables Ex-Transpt R MM *June0.3-
8/3/2021Factory Ex-Transp MM *June0.7-
8/3/2021Nondef Cap Ex-Air R MM *June0.5-
8/3/2021Currency ReservesJuly458.4-
8/3/2021FX Reserves*July454.11-
8/3/2021Labour Cost Index - QQ*Q20.4-
8/3/2021HLFS Unemployment Rate*Q24.7-
8/3/2021Labour Cost Index - YY*Q21.6-
8/3/2021HLFS Job Growth QQ*Q20.6-
8/3/2021HLFS Participation Rate*Q270.4-
8/3/2021CPI Core Inflation YY*July0.52-
8/3/2021Core Inflation YY*July3.8-
8/3/2021Inflation YY*July4.9-
8/3/2021CPI Headline Inflation*July1.25-
8/3/2021Gross Forex Reserves*July28.4-
8/3/2021IPC-Fipe Inflation IdxJuly0.81-
8/3/2021Business Confidence IdxJuly97-
8/3/2021Tax Revenues*July922.85-
8/3/2021Foreign Reserves*July40.58-
8/3/2021Budget Balance - ILS*July-8.8-
8/3/2021Budget Balance Ytd*June-890.2-
8/3/2021Foreign ReservesJuly1376.5-
8/3/2021Trade Ministry Exports*July19.8-
8/3/2021FX Reserve - USD*July200175-
8/3/2021GDP QQ*Q2-0.96-
8/3/2021Pvt Bank Lending YY*June2.94-
8/3/2021M2 Money Supply YY*June-1.6-
8/3/2021M2 Money Supply*June4.3-
8/3/2021Trade Balance*June815-
8/3/2021CPI MM*July0.5-
8/3/2021CPI YY*July1.25-
8/3/2021GDP YY*Q2-0.74-
8/3/2021O/N Lending Rate*-9.25-
8/3/2021O/N Deposit Rate*-8.25-
8/4/2021CPI YY*July4.1-
8/4/2021Core CPI YY*July3-
8/4/2021CPI MM*July0.1-
8/4/2021Goods/Services ImportsJune3-
8/4/2021Goods/Services ExportsJune6-
8/4/2021Trade Balance G&S (A$)June9681-
8/4/2021Budget BalanceJune-118.79-
8/4/2021Retail Sales YYJune5.8-
8/4/2021Trade Balance*May-886.9-
8/4/20211-Day Repo Rate-0.5-
8/4/2021Retail Sales NSA YY*June13.3-
8/4/2021Retail Sales SA MM*June0.2-
8/4/2021Retail Sales YY*June9-
8/4/2021Retail Sales MM*June4.6-
8/4/2021MBA Purchase Index-251.7-
8/4/2021MBA 30-Yr Mortgage Rate-3.01-
8/4/2021Mortgage Refinance Index-3570.4-
8/4/2021Mortgage Market Index-737.9-
8/4/2021ADP National Employment*July692-
8/4/2021Building Permits MM.*June-14.8-
8/4/2021ISM N-Mfg New Orders IdxJuly62.1-
8/4/2021ISM N-Mfg Employment IdxJuly49.3-
8/4/2021ISM N-Mfg Bus ActJuly60.4-
8/4/2021ISM N-Mfg Price Paid IdxJuly79.5-
8/4/2021ISM N-Mfg PMIJuly60.1-
8/4/2021EIA Wkly Crude Cushing*--1.27-
8/4/2021EIA Weekly Dist Output*--0.16-
8/4/2021EIA Weekly Gasoline O/P*-0.65-
8/4/2021EIA Wkly Dist. Stk*--3.09-
8/4/2021EIA Wkly Refn Util*--0.3-
8/4/2021EIA Wkly Gsln Stk*--2.25-
8/4/2021EIA Wkly Crude Stk*--4.09-
8/4/2021EIA Weekly Rfg Stocks*---
8/4/2021EIA Weekly Crude Imports*--0.62-
8/4/2021EIA Weekly Heatoil Stock*-0.11-
8/4/2021EIA Weekly Crude Runs*--0.13-
8/4/2021EIA Weekly Prods Imports*-0.16-
8/4/2021Exchequer ReturnsJuly-5.3-
8/4/2021Selic Interest Rate*-4.25-
8/4/2021Trade Balance*June815-
8/4/2021Inflation YY*July4.9-
8/4/2021Gross Forex Reserves*July28.4-
8/4/2021Core Inflation YY*July3.8-
8/4/2021CPI MM*July--
8/4/2021GDP YY*Q2-0.74-
8/4/2021GDP QQ*Q2-0.96-
8/4/2021Pvt Bank Lending YY*June2.94-
8/4/2021M2 Money Supply YY*June-1.6-
8/4/2021Tax Revenues*July922.85-
8/4/2021FX Reserve - USD*July200175-
8/4/2021Budget Balance - ILS*July-8.8-
8/4/2021Budget Balance Ytd*June-890.2-
8/4/2021IPC-Fipe Inflation IdxJuly0.81-
8/4/2021Business Confidence IdxJuly97-
8/4/2021CPI YY*July25.32-
8/4/2021Forex Reserves USD*July106.08105.76
8/4/2021Auto Output MM*July13.4-
8/4/2021Auto Sales MM*July3.3-
8/4/2021M2 Money Supply*June4.3-
8/4/2021Foreign Reserves*July40.58-
8/5/2021Exports YY*June29.8-
8/5/2021Trade Balance USD*June-2755-
8/5/2021Imports YY*June47.7-
8/5/2021GDP QQ*Q2-0.96-
8/5/2021CPI YY NSAJuly2-
8/5/2021Retail Sales YYJune79.7-
8/5/2021Retail Sales MM*June-6.8-
8/5/2021Industrial Orders MM*June-3.7-
8/5/2021Industrial Output MMJune-0.3-
8/5/2021Retail Sales YY*June8.1-
8/5/2021Wholesale Price Index YY*July10.74-
8/5/2021CPI YY NSA*July1.89-
8/5/2021CPI MM SA*July-0.2-
8/5/2021Foreign Exchange Reserve*July543.28-
8/5/2021Unemployment Rate (Mth)*May17-
8/5/2021GB BOE QE Gilts*August875-
8/5/2021BOE Bank Rate*August0.1-
8/5/2021Challenger LayoffsJuly20.48-
8/5/2021Imports C$*June50.92-
8/5/2021Exports C$*June49.53-
8/5/2021International Trade $ *June-71.2-
8/5/2021Trade Balance C$*June-1.39-
8/5/2021CNB Repo Rate-0.5-
8/5/2021Cont Jobless Clm*-3.27-
8/5/2021Jobless Clm 4Wk Avg*-394.5-
8/5/2021Initial Jobless Clm*-400-
8/5/2021Cbank Wkly Reserves*-594.5-
8/5/2021EIA-Nat Gas Chg Bcf*-36-
8/5/2021CPI YYJuly6.5-
8/5/2021CPI MMJuly0.7-
8/5/2021Industrial Output NSA*June30.2-
8/5/2021AIG Services IndexJuly57.8-
8/5/2021Current Account Bal NSAJune10.76-
8/5/2021All Household Spending YY*June11.6-
8/5/2021All Household Spending MM*June-2.1-
8/5/2021Overtime Pay*June19.919.9
8/5/2021FX Reserve - USD*July200175-
8/5/2021CPI YY*July25.32-
8/5/2021Auto Output MM*July13.4-
8/5/2021M2 Money Supply*June4.3-
8/5/2021Auto Sales MM*July3.3-
8/5/2021CPI MM*July--
8/5/2021Exports YY*July32.2-
8/5/2021Imports YY*July36.7-
8/5/2021Trade Balance USD*July51.53-
8/5/2021Inflation YY*July4.9-
8/5/2021Core Inflation YY*July3.8-
8/5/2021Gross Forex Reserves*July28.4-
8/5/2021Budget Balance - ILS*July-8.8-
8/5/2021GDP QQ*Q2-0.96-
8/5/2021M2 Money Supply YY*June-1.6-
8/5/2021Budget Balance Ytd*June-890.2-
8/5/2021Tax Revenues*July922.85-
8/5/2021GDP YY*Q2-0.74-
8/5/2021Foreign Reserves*July40.58-
8/5/2021Pvt Bank Lending YY*June2.94-
8/5/2021Business Confidence IdxJuly97-
8/6/2021Reverse Repo Rate*-3.35-
8/6/2021Repo Rate*-4-
8/6/2021Leading Indicator*June-1.2-
8/6/2021Consumer Price Index MM*July1.2-
8/6/2021Consumer Price Index YY*July3.8-
8/6/2021Coincident Index*June-2.6-3.2
8/6/2021Foreign Trade*June-0.36-
8/6/2021Gross $Gold & Forex Res*July54.47-
8/6/2021Industrial Production MMJune2.6-
8/6/2021Halifax House Prices MM*July-0.5-
8/6/2021Industrial Output MM*June-0.3-
8/6/2021Trade Balance*June-0.21-
8/6/2021Credit Indicator YYJune5.2-
8/6/2021Net $Gold & Forex Res*July51.37-
8/6/2021Imports, EURJune46.16-
8/6/2021Non-Farm Payrolls QQQ20.3-
8/6/2021Current AccountJune-2.3-
8/6/2021Trade Balance, EUR, SAJune-6.8-
8/6/2021Exports, EURJune39.36-
8/6/2021Trade Balance*June6.3-
8/6/2021Industrial Output YYJune39.1-
8/6/2021Trade Balance Mth PrilimJune68-
8/6/2021EndYear CPI Fcst/Cb Svy*August15.64-
8/6/2021Wholesale Prices NSA YY*July11.2-
8/6/2021Wholesale Prices NSA MM*July1.4-
8/6/2021Industrial Output YY*June25.3-
8/6/2021Ind Output Cal Adj YYJune26-
8/6/2021Industrial Output YY WDAJune21.1-
8/6/2021CPI YY*July5.9-
8/6/2021Industrial Output MM SAJune-1.5-
8/6/2021FX Reserves*July491.6-
8/6/2021Gross Fixed Invest. MMMay-0.9-
8/6/2021Gross Fixed Invest. YYMay43.1-
8/6/2021Inflation MM*July0.1-
8/6/2021Central Bank FX Reserves*July134.11-
8/6/2021Mon Policy Rate*-1.25-
8/6/2021Average Workweek Hrs*July34.7-
8/6/2021Unemployment Rate*July7.8-
8/6/2021Participation Rate*July65.2-
8/6/2021Average Earnings MM*July0.3-
8/6/2021Government Payrolls*July188-
8/6/2021Part Time Employment Chng SA*July263.9-
8/6/2021Manufacturing Payrolls*July15-
8/6/2021Non-Farm Payrolls*July850-
8/6/2021Private Payrolls*July662-
8/6/2021Employment Change *July230.7-
8/6/2021Full Time Employment Chng SA*July-33.2-
8/6/2021Wholesale Invt(y), R MM *June0.8-
8/6/2021Ivey PMI SAJuly71.9-
8/6/2021Ivey PMIJuly67.7-
8/6/2021Wholesale Sales MM *June0.8-
8/6/2021Treasury Cash Balance*July-7.22-
8/6/2021Consumer Credit*June35.28-
8/6/2021CPI YY*July4.1-
8/6/2021CPI MM*July--
8/6/2021Auto Output MM*July13.4-
8/6/2021Auto Sales MM*July3.3-
8/6/2021M2 Money Supply*June4.3-
8/6/2021Pvt Bank Lending YY*June2.94-
8/6/2021FX Reserve - USD*July200175-
8/6/2021M2 Money Supply YY*June6.51-
8/6/2021Budget Balance Ytd*June-890.2-
8/6/2021Foreign Reserves*July40.58-
8/6/2021Business Confidence IdxJuly97-
8/6/2021Tax Revenues*July922.85-
8/6/2021GDP QQ*Q2-0.96-
8/6/2021GDP YY*Q2-0.74-
8/6/2021Budget Balance - ILS*July-8.8-
8/6/2021Inflation YY*July4.9-
8/6/2021Core Inflation YY*July3.8-
8/6/2021Gross Forex Reserves*July28.4-
8/7/2021Inflation YY*July4.9-
8/7/2021Gross Forex Reserves*July28.4-
8/7/2021Core Inflation YY*July3.8-
8/7/2021Budget Balance Ytd*June-890.2-
8/7/2021GDP QQ*Q2-0.96-
8/7/2021Budget Balance - ILS*July-8.8-
8/7/2021Foreign Reserves*July40.58-
8/7/2021FX Reserve - USD*July200175-
8/7/2021Business Confidence IdxJuly97-
8/7/2021Pvt Bank Lending YY*June2.94-
8/7/2021M2 Money Supply YY*June-1.6-
8/7/2021Tax Revenues*July922.85-
8/7/2021Balance of Payments*Q24.1-
8/7/2021M1 Money Supply YY*July21.3-
8/7/2021Forex Reserves*July137.1-
8/7/2021CPI MM*July--
8/7/2021CPI YY*July1.25-
8/7/2021Auto Sales MM*July3.3-
8/7/2021M2 Money Supply*June4.3-
8/7/2021Auto Output MM*July13.4-
8/8/2021CPI MMJuly-0.4-
8/8/2021PPI YYJuly8.8-
8/8/2021CPI YYJuly1.1-
8/8/2021CPI YY*July4.1-
8/8/2021CPI MM*July--
8/8/2021Auto Sales MM*July3.3-
8/8/2021Auto Output MM*July13.4-
8/8/2021M2 Money Supply YY*July8.6-
8/8/2021GDP YY*Q2-0.74-
8/8/2021GDP QQ*Q2-0.96-
8/8/2021Core Inflation YY*July3.8-
8/8/2021Inflation YY*July4.9-
8/8/2021Business Confidence IdxJuly97-
8/8/2021Balance of Payments*Q24.1-
8/8/2021M1 Money Supply YY*July21.3-
8/8/2021GDP YY Revised*Q27.47-
8/8/2021New Yuan Loans*July2120-
8/8/2021Outstanding Loan Growth*July12.3-
8/8/2021FDI (YTD)*July28.7-
8/9/2021NAB Business Confidence*July11-
8/9/2021NAB Business Conditions*July24-
8/9/2021GDP QQ*Q20.3-
8/9/2021GDP YY*Q2-4.2-
8/9/2021Industrial Prod MM*June-1.6-
8/9/2021Industrial Prod YY*June15.9-
8/9/2021Unemployment Rate AdjJuly3.1-
8/9/2021Unemployment Rate UnadjJuly2.8-
8/9/2021Current Account*June14.6-
8/9/2021Trade Balance, EUR, SA*June12.6-
8/9/2021Manufacturing Output MM*June-0.1-
8/9/2021Imports MM SA*June3.4-
8/9/2021Trade Balance*June-1.77-
8/9/2021Consumer Price Index MM*July0.6-
8/9/2021Consumer Price Index YY*July3.6-
8/9/2021Exports MM SA*June0.3-
8/9/2021Foreign Trade Balance*June142.7-
8/9/2021Imports of Goods*July42.3-
8/9/2021Trade Balance*July5.15-
8/9/2021Unemployment Rate*July3.7-
8/9/2021FX Reserves EURJuly139.59-
8/9/2021Exports of Goods*July35.1-
8/9/2021Sentix Index*August29.8-
8/9/2021Industrial Output YY*June14-
8/9/2021Harmonised CPI YY*July0.6-
8/9/2021Budget Balance*July-392-
8/9/2021CPI YY*July1-
8/9/2021CPI YY NSA*July2.7-
8/9/2021CPI MM NSA*July0.3-
8/9/2021Global Trade Balance*June-3.76-
8/9/202112-Month InflationJuly5.88-
8/9/2021Headline InflationJuly0.53-
8/9/2021Core InflationJuly0.57-
8/9/2021IGP-DI Inflation Index*July0.11-
8/9/2021Trade Balance*July1095-
8/9/2021Copper Exports*July4367-
8/9/2021Employment Trends*July109.84-
8/9/2021Fla Orange Output 20/21 *August52.8-
8/9/2021Elec Card Retail Sale YYJuly4-
8/9/2021Elec Card Retail Sale MMJuly0.9-
8/9/2021BRC Retail Sales YYJuly6.7-
8/9/2021Current Account NSA JPYJune1979.7-
8/9/2021Bank Lending YYJuly1.4-
8/9/2021M1 Money Supply YY*July21.3-
8/9/2021Balance of Payments*Q24.1-
8/9/2021Loans & Advances YY*June-1.5-
8/9/2021M3 Money Supply YY*June0.1-
8/9/2021Outstanding Loan Growth*July12.3-
8/9/2021New Yuan Loans*July2120-
8/9/2021FDI (YTD)*July28.7-
8/9/2021GDP YY Revised*Q27.47-
8/9/2021M2 Money Supply YY*July8.6-
8/9/2021CPI MM*July0.5-
8/9/2021CPI YY*July7.8-
8/9/2021Auto Output MM*July13.4-
8/9/2021Auto Sales MM*July3.3-
8/9/2021Core Inflation YY*July3.8-
8/9/2021Inflation YY*July4.9-
8/9/2021GDP QQ*Q2-0.96-
8/9/2021GDP YY*Q2-0.74-
8/9/2021Consumer SentimentAugust1.5-
8/10/2021Economy Watchers Poll SA*July47.6-
8/10/2021Industry Output YYJune8-
8/10/2021Producer Price Index YY*July11.3-
8/10/2021Producer Price Index MM*July2.2-
8/10/2021CPI YY*July1.7-
8/10/2021Inflation (HICP) YY*July1.9-
8/10/2021Core Inflation MMJuly0.4-
8/10/2021Consumer Price Index YYJuly2.9-
8/10/2021Consumer Price Index MMJuly0.3-
8/10/2021Producer Price Index YYJuly37.1-
8/10/2021Core Inflation YYJuly1.4-
8/10/2021CPI YY*July2.8-
8/10/2021CPI MM*July0.5-
8/10/2021Core CPI YYJuly3.8-
8/10/2021Ind Prod YY*June23.4-
8/10/2021Industrial Output YY*June36.7-
8/10/2021CPI YYJuly5.3-
8/10/2021New Orders Manuf. YY*June32.7-
8/10/2021Foreign Reserves USD*July398.4-
8/10/2021ZEW Economic SentimentAugust63.3-
8/10/2021ZEW Current ConditionsAugust21.9-
8/10/2021Foreign Trade EUR*June-357.2-
8/10/2021NFIB Business Optimism IdxJuly102.5-
8/10/2021Manuf Production YY*June35.3-
8/10/2021IPCA Inflation Index MMJuly0.53-
8/10/2021IPCA Inflation Index YYJuly8.35-
8/10/2021Labor Costs Prelim*Q21.7-
8/10/2021Productivity Prelim*Q25.4-
8/10/2021Unemployment Rate*July3.7-
8/10/2021Balance of Payments*Q24.1-
8/10/2021M1 Money Supply YY*July21.3-
8/10/2021Inflation YY*July4.9-
8/10/2021M3 Money Supply YY*June0.1-
8/10/2021Loans & Advances YY*June-1.5-
8/10/2021Core Inflation YY*July3.8-
8/10/2021CPI MM*July0.5-
8/10/2021CPI YY*July3.6-
8/10/2021Auto Sales MM*July3.3-
8/10/2021Auto Output MM*July13.4-
8/10/2021M2 Money Supply YY*July8.6-
8/10/2021New Yuan Loans*July2120-
8/10/2021Outstanding Loan Growth*July12.3-
8/10/2021FDI (YTD)*July28.7-
8/10/2021GDP YY Revised*Q27.47-
8/10/2021Repo Rate*-4.5-
8/11/2021L-Money Supply GrowthJune8.8-
8/11/2021HICP Final MM*July0.5-
8/11/2021CPI Final MM*July0.9-
8/11/2021CPI YY*July3.94-
8/11/2021HICP Final YY*July3.1-
8/11/2021CPI Final YY*July3.8-
8/11/2021CPI (EU Norm) Final YY*July0.9-
8/11/2021CPI (EU Norm) Final MM*July-1.1-
8/11/2021Consumer Prices Final MM*July0.3-
8/11/2021Consumer Prices Final YY*July1.8-
8/11/2021Business Confidence IdxJuly97-
8/11/2021CPI MM*July-0.3-
8/11/2021Unemployment Rate Qtrly*Q27.1-
8/11/2021CPI YY*July1.5-
8/11/2021Industrial Output YYJune36.4-
8/11/2021Industrial Output MMJune0.1-
8/11/2021Retail Sales YY*June16-
8/11/2021Retail Sales MM*June1.4-
8/11/2021Core CPI MM, SA*July0.9-
8/11/2021Core CPI YY, NSA*July4.5-
8/11/2021Core CPI Index, SA*July278.14-
8/11/2021CPI YY, NSA*July5.4-
8/11/2021Real Weekly Earnings MM*July-0.9-
8/11/2021CPI Index, NSA*July271.7-
8/11/2021CPI MM, SA*July0.9-
8/11/2021Foreign Trade*June10.21-
8/11/2021Cleveland Fed CPI*July0.2-
8/11/2021Federal Budget,$July-174-
8/11/2021Food Price IndexJuly1.4-
8/11/2021RICS Housing Survey*July83-
8/11/2021Corp Goods Price MMJuly0.6-
8/11/2021Corp Goods Price YYJuly5-
8/11/2021Loans & Advances YY*June-1.5-
8/11/2021M3 Money Supply YY*June0.1-
8/11/2021M1 Money Supply YY*July21.3-
8/11/2021Wholesale Price Index MM*July1.5-
8/11/2021Food Inflation YY*July21.83-
8/11/2021IBC-BR EconomicActivity*June-0.43-
8/11/2021Wholesale Price Index YY*July10.7-
8/11/2021Trade Balance Ytd*June-1.08-
8/11/2021Balance of Payments*Q24.1-
8/11/2021GDP YY Revised*Q27.47-
8/11/2021M2 Money Supply YY*July8.6-
8/11/2021FDI (YTD)*July28.7-
8/11/2021Outstanding Loan Growth*July12.3-
8/11/2021New Yuan Loans*July2120-
8/11/2021CPI YY*July25.32-
8/11/2021CPI MM*July2.05-
8/11/2021Primary Bud Bal Final*July-153217-
8/11/2021Repo Rate*-4.5-
8/12/2021Business Invest YY Prelim*Q2-16.9-
8/12/2021GDP Prelim YY*Q2-6.1-
8/12/2021Business Invest QQ Prelim*Q2-10.7-
8/12/2021Ind Production MM SA*June-8.5-
8/12/2021GDP Prelim QQ*Q2-1.6-
8/12/2021Goods Trade Bal. Non-EU*June-4.2-
8/12/2021Goods Trade Balance GBP*June-8.48-
8/12/2021Construction O/P Vol YY*June56.6-
8/12/2021Industrial Output MM*June0.8-
8/12/2021Construction O/P Vol MM*June-0.8-
8/12/2021Manufacturing Output MM*June-0.1-
8/12/2021Industrial Output YY*June20.6-
8/12/2021Manufacturing Output YY*June27.7-
8/12/2021Industrial Prod Adj YY*June40.7-
8/12/2021Industrial Output Final*June--
8/12/2021Trade Balance EU*June0.86-
8/12/2021Global Trade Balance*June5.64-
8/12/2021Policy Int Rate*-2-
8/12/2021Industrial Output YY*June20.6-
8/12/2021Industrial Output MM*June0.8-
8/12/2021Goods Trade Bal. Non-EU*June-4.2-
8/12/2021Manufacturing Output MM*June-0.1-
8/12/2021Construction O/P Vol MM*June-0.8-
8/12/2021Goods Trade Balance GBP*June-8.48-
8/12/2021Manufacturing Output YY*June27.7-
8/12/2021Construction O/P Vol YY*June56.6-
8/12/2021Industrial Production MMJune-1-
8/12/2021Industrial Production YYJune20.5-
8/12/2021Gold Production YY*June44.5-
8/12/2021Mining Production YY*June21.9-
8/12/2021CPI MM*July0.2-
8/12/2021CPI YY*July1.6-
8/12/2021HICP YY*July1.6-
8/12/2021Trade Balance - USD*July-3129.8-
8/12/2021HICP MM*July0.1-
8/12/2021Exports - USD*July4530.5-
8/12/2021Imports - USD*July7660.3-
8/12/2021O/N Borrowing Rate*August17.5-
8/12/2021CBT Weekly Repo Rate*August19-
8/12/2021O/N Lending Rate*August20.5-
8/12/2021Cumulative Ind. Output*June68.8-
8/12/2021Manufacturing Output*June34.5-
8/12/2021Industrial Output YY*June29.3-
8/12/2021CPI Inflation YY*July6.26-
8/12/2021PPI ex Food/Energy/Tr YY*July5.5-
8/12/2021PPI Final Demand YY*July7.3-
8/12/2021PPI exFood/Energy YY*July5.6-
8/12/2021PPI ex Food/Energy/Tr MM*July0.5-
8/12/2021PPI exFood/Energy MM*July1-
8/12/2021PPI Final Demand MM*July1-
8/12/2021Retail Sales YY*June22.8-
8/12/2021WSD-Beef Output 2022August27.4-
8/12/2021WSD-Pork Output 2022August28.14-
8/12/2021WSD-Corn Output 21/22August15.16-
8/12/2021WSD-Corn Endstocks 21/22August1.43-
8/12/2021WSD-Soybn Endstocks 21/22August155-
8/12/2021GDP YY Quarterly Prelim*Q2-0.7-
8/12/2021WSD-Cotton Output 21/22August17.8-
8/12/2021WSD-Soybean Output 21/22August4.41-
8/12/2021WSD-Cottn Endstocks 21/22August3.3-
8/12/2021WSD-Wheat Output 21/22August1.75-
8/12/2021WSD-Wheat Endstocks 21/22August0.67-
8/12/2021Interest Rate*August4.25-
8/12/2021Trade Balance*July1067-
8/12/2021Export Price Growth YYJuly12.7-
8/12/2021Import Price Growth YYJuly14-
8/12/2021Manufacturing PMI*July60.7-
8/12/2021Ext Migration & VisitorsJune2531.6-
8/12/2021Estimated Migrant ArrivalsJune1182-
8/12/2021Interest Rate*August0.25-
8/12/2021GDP YY Revised*Q27.47-
8/12/2021IBC-BR EconomicActivity*June-0.43-
8/12/2021Wholesale Price Index YY*July10.7-
8/12/2021Food Inflation YY*July21.83-
8/12/2021Wholesale Price Index MM*July1.5-
8/12/2021CPI YY*July17.75-
8/12/2021Balance of Payments*Q24.1-
8/12/2021M3 Money Supply YY*June0.1-
8/12/2021Loans & Advances YY*June-1.5-
8/12/2021New Yuan Loans*July2120-
8/12/2021Outstanding Loan Growth*July12.3-
8/12/2021M1 Money Supply YY*July21.3-
8/12/2021M2 Money Supply YY*July8.6-
8/12/2021FDI (YTD)*July28.7-
8/12/2021Repo Rate*-4.5-
8/12/2021Primary Bud Bal Final*July-153217-
8/13/2021Net Portfolio FlowQ20.4-
8/13/2021Inflation Rate*July2-
8/13/2021ILO Unemployment RateQ28.1-
8/13/2021Producer/Import Price MMJuly0.3-
8/13/2021Producer/Import Price YYJuly2.9-
8/13/2021CPI (EU Norm) Final YYJuly1.6-
8/13/2021Inflation Ex-Tobacco MMJuly0.1-
8/13/2021CPI (EU Norm) Final MMJuly0.1-
8/13/2021Headline Inflation MM*July0.6-
8/13/2021HICP Final MMJuly-1.2-
8/13/2021Headline Inflation YY*July2.9-
8/13/2021Core Inflation MM*July0.7-
8/13/2021Core Inflation YY*July3.5-
8/13/2021CPI YY Final NSAJuly2.9-
8/13/2021CPI MM Final NSAJuly-0.7-
8/13/2021HICP Final YYJuly2.9-
8/13/2021Current Account Balance*June-3.08-
8/13/2021CPIF YY*July1.6-
8/13/2021CPIF MM*July0.1-
8/13/2021CPI YY*July1.3-
8/13/2021CPI MM*July0.1-
8/13/2021CPI Final YYJuly5-
8/13/2021CPI Final MMJuly0.4-
8/13/2021Current Account BalanceJune7.21-
8/13/2021GDP YY FlashQ2-0.9-
8/13/2021GDP Final QQ*Q2-1-
8/13/2021GDP Final YY*Q2--
8/13/2021Eurostat Trade NSA, EurJune7.5-
8/13/2021Current AccountJune60-
8/13/2021GDP YYQ2-0.5-
8/13/2021Export Prices MM*July1.2-
8/13/2021Import Prices MM*July1-
8/13/2021U Mich Expectations PrelimAugust79-
8/13/2021U Mich Conditions PrelimAugust84.5-
8/13/2021U Mich Sentiment PrelimAugust81.2-
8/13/2021U Mich 1Yr Inf Prelim*August4.7-
8/13/2021U Mich 5-Yr Inf Prelim*August2.8-
8/13/2021Imports YY*June51.5-
8/13/2021Trade Balance*June-1011.7-
8/13/2021Loans & Advances YY*June-1.5-
8/13/2021M3 Money Supply YY*June0.1-
8/13/2021CPI YY*July6.2-
8/13/2021Balance of Payments*Q24.1-
8/13/2021Food Inflation YY*July21.83-
8/13/2021Wholesale Price Index MM*July1.5-
8/13/2021Wholesale Price Index YY*July10.7-
8/13/2021IBC-BR EconomicActivity*June-0.43-
8/13/2021M1 Money Supply YY*July21.3-
8/13/2021CPI MM*July0.2-
8/13/2021GDP YY Revised*Q27.47-
8/13/2021Outstanding Loan Growth*July12.3-
8/13/2021M2 Money Supply YY*July8.6-
8/13/2021FDI (YTD)*July28.7-
8/13/2021New Yuan Loans*July2120-
8/13/2021Primary Bud Bal Final*July-153217-
8/13/2021Repo Rate*-4.5-
8/14/2021Import Growth Revised*July38.2-
8/14/2021Export Growth Revised*July29.6-
8/14/2021Balance of Payments*Q24.1-
8/14/2021CPI MM*July0.2-
8/14/2021IBC-BR EconomicActivity*June-0.43-
8/14/2021Wholesale Price Index YY*July10.7-
8/14/2021Food Inflation YY*July21.83-
8/14/2021Wholesale Price Index MM*July1.5-
8/14/2021Loan YY*July0.59-
8/14/2021Consumer Conf Index*July107.4-
8/14/2021Benchmark Interest Rate*August8.5-
8/14/2021GDP YY*Q2-2.2-
8/14/2021Budget Fulfilment*July0.7-
8/14/2021Car Sales YY*July476.1-
8/14/2021CPI YY*July6.2-
8/14/2021M1 Money Supply YY*July21.3-
8/14/2021Loans & Advances YY*June-1.5-
8/14/2021M3 Money Supply YY*June0.1-
8/14/2021GDP YY Revised*Q27.47-
8/14/2021Outstanding Loan Growth*July12.3-
8/14/2021M2 Money Supply YY*July8.6-
8/14/2021FDI (YTD)*July28.7-
8/14/2021New Yuan Loans*July2120-
8/14/2021Repo Rate*-4.5-
8/14/2021Primary Bud Bal Final*July-153217-
8/15/2021China House Prices YY*July4.7-
8/15/2021Retail Sales YYJuly12.1-
8/15/2021Industrial Output YYJuly8.3-
8/15/2021Urban Investment (YTD)YYJuly12.6-
8/15/2021GDP Growth QQ SA*Q20.2-
8/15/2021GDP Growth YY*Q2-2.6-
8/15/2021CPI YYJuly1.7-
8/15/2021GDP QQ Pvt Consmp PrelimQ2-1.5-
8/15/2021GDP QQ External DemandQ2-0.2-
8/15/2021GDP QQQ2-1-
8/15/2021GDP QQ Capital Expend.Q2-1.2-
8/15/2021GDP QQ AnnualisedQ2-3.9-
8/15/2021Primary Bud Bal Final*July-153217-
8/15/2021CPI MM*July3.1-
8/15/2021Loans & Advances YY*June-1.5-
8/15/2021Benchmark Interest Rate*August8.5-
8/15/2021Consumer Conf Index*July107.4-
8/15/2021Budget Fulfilment*July0.7-
8/15/2021Loan YY*July0.59-
8/15/2021Car Sales YY*July476.1-
8/15/2021Wholesale Price Index MM*July1.5-
8/15/2021IBC-BR EconomicActivity*June-0.43-
8/15/2021Wholesale Price Index YY*July10.7-
8/15/2021Food Inflation YY*July21.83-
8/15/2021Balance of Payments*Q24.1-
8/15/2021CPI YY*July9.1-
8/15/2021M3 Money Supply YY*June0.1-
8/15/2021GDP YY Revised*Q27.47-
8/15/2021FDI (YTD)*July28.7-
8/15/2021M2 Money Supply YY*July8.6-
8/15/2021Outstanding Loan Growth*July12.3-
8/15/2021New Yuan Loans*July2120-
8/15/2021Repo Rate*-4.5-
8/15/2021Non-Oil Exports YYJuly15.9-
8/15/2021Non-Oil Exports MMJuly6-
8/16/2021RBNZ Offshore Holdings*July45.1-
8/16/2021Trade Balance (Bln of $)*July1.32-
8/16/2021Imports Growth YY*July60.12-
8/16/2021Capacity Utilization MM SA*June-6.8-
8/16/2021Industrial O/P Rev MM SA *June6.2-
8/16/2021Unemployment Rate*Q27.1-
8/16/2021Trade BalanceJuly25-
8/16/2021Wholesale Price Index YY*July10.7-
8/16/2021Wholesale Price Index MM*July1.5-
8/16/2021WPI Fuel YY*July32.83-
8/16/2021WPI Mfg Inflation*July10.88-
8/16/2021WPI Food Articles YY*July3.09-
8/16/2021WPI Inflation YY*July12.07-
8/16/2021PPI YY*July6.1-
8/16/2021PPI MM*July0.8-
8/16/2021Budget Balance*July-25.03-
8/16/2021Trade Def Govt -USD Final*July--
8/16/2021Imports - USD Final*July--
8/16/2021Exports - USD Final*July--
8/16/2021Net Inflation YY*July3.5-
8/16/2021NY Fed ManufacturingAugust43-
8/16/2021Wholesale Trade MM*June0.5-
8/16/2021Manufacturing Sales MM*June-0.6-
8/16/2021NOPA-Soy Crush*July152.41-
8/16/2021Net L-T Flows,ExswapsJune-30.2-
8/16/2021Foreign Buying, T-BondsJune-93.4-
8/16/2021Net L-T Flows,Incl.SwapsJune-63.6-
8/16/2021Overall Net Capital FlowsJune105.3-
8/16/2021Car Sales YY*July476.1-
8/16/2021Consumer Conf Index*July107.4-
8/16/2021Loan YY*July0.59-
8/16/2021Budget Fulfilment*July0.7-
8/16/2021Benchmark Interest Rate*August8.5-
8/16/2021IBC-BR EconomicActivity*June-0.43-
8/16/2021Food Inflation YY*July21.83-
8/16/2021Wholesale Price Index YY*July10.7-
8/16/2021Wholesale Price Index MM*July1.5-
8/16/2021FDI (YTD)*July28.7-
8/16/2021M3 Money Supply YY*June0.1-
8/16/2021CPI YY*July17.75-
8/16/2021Balance of Payments*Q24.1-
8/16/2021Repo Rate*-4.5-
8/16/2021Federal Tax Revenue*July137.17-
8/16/2021Current Account Balance*June-2.02-
8/16/2021GDP YY*Q20.3-
8/16/2021PPI YY*July10.1-
8/16/2021Primary Bud Bal Final*July-153217-
8/17/2021Wage Price Index QQQ20.6-
8/17/2021Wage Price Index YYQ21.5-
8/17/2021ILO Unemployment Rate*June4.8-
8/17/2021Claimant Count Unem Chng*July-114.8-
8/17/2021Avg Earnings (Ex-Bonus)*June6.6-
8/17/2021Avg Wk Earnings 3M YY*June7.3-
8/17/2021GDP YY Prelim*Q20.2-
8/17/2021GDP YY PrelimQ2-2.1-
8/17/2021GDP Prelim NSA YYQ2-2.4-
8/17/2021GDP Prelim SA QQQ2-0.8-
8/17/2021Trade BalanceJune4.81-
8/17/2021Consumer Spending VolumeJune8.8-
8/17/2021GDP Flash Estimate YYQ213.7-
8/17/2021GDP Flash Estimate QQQ22-
8/17/2021House Starts, Annualized*July282.1-
8/17/2021Securities Cdns C$*June10.65-
8/17/2021Securities Foreign C$*June20.79-
8/17/2021Retail Control *July1.1-
8/17/2021Retail Ex Gas/Autos *July1.1-
8/17/2021Retail Sales MM *July0.6-
8/17/2021Retail Sales Ex-Autos MM *July1.3-
8/17/2021Capacity Utilization SA*July75.4-
8/17/2021Industrial Production MM*July0.4-
8/17/2021Manuf Output MM*July-0.1-
8/17/2021Business Inventories MM *June0.5-
8/17/2021NAHB Housing Market IndxAugust80-
8/17/2021GDP QQ*Q22.9-
8/17/2021GDP YY*Q21.1-
8/17/2021PPI - Outputs QQQ21.2-
8/17/2021PPI - Inputs QQQ22.1-
8/17/2021Imports YYJuly32.7-
8/17/2021Trade Balance Total YenJuly384384
8/17/2021Machinery Orders YYJune12.2-
8/17/2021Machinery Orders MMJune7.8-
8/17/2021Exports YYJuly48.6-
8/17/2021Benchmark Interest Rate*August8.5-
8/17/2021Loan YY*July0.59-
8/17/2021Consumer Conf Index*July107.4-
8/17/2021Car Sales YY*July476.1-
8/17/2021Budget Fulfilment*July0.7-
8/17/2021CPI YY*July17.75-
8/17/2021Food Inflation YY*July21.83-
8/17/2021IBC-BR EconomicActivity*June-0.43-
8/17/2021FDI (YTD)*July28.7-
8/17/2021PPI YY*July10.1-
8/17/2021GDP YY*Q20.3-
8/17/2021Primary Bud Bal Final*July-153217-
8/17/2021Federal Tax Revenue*July137.17-
8/17/2021Unemployment Rate*July7.8-
8/17/2021New Housing Price Index*July0.6-
8/18/2021Unemployment RateJuly4.9-
8/18/2021Full Time EmploymentJuly51.6-
8/18/2021Participation RateJuly66.2-
8/18/2021PPI Core Output MM NSA*July0.3-
8/18/2021CPI MM*July0.5-
8/18/2021RPIX YY*July3.9-
8/18/2021RPI MM*July0.7-
8/18/2021PPI Output Prices YY NSA*July4.3-
8/18/2021RPI YY*July3.9-
8/18/2021PPI Output Prices MM NSA*July0.4-
8/18/2021CPI YY*July2.5-
8/18/2021PPI Input Prices YY NSA*July9.1-
8/18/2021PPI Core Output YY NSA*July2.7-
8/18/2021PPI Input Prices MM NSA*July-0.1-
8/18/2021RPI-X (Retail Prices) MM*July0.7-
8/18/2021HICP MM*July0.2-
8/18/2021EU Norm Inflation YY*July2.5-
8/18/2021EU Norm Inflation MM*July0.4-
8/18/2021HICP YY*July2.8-
8/18/2021Core Inflation YY*July3.2-
8/18/2021Core Inflation MM*July0.3-
8/18/2021CPI MM*July0.2-
8/18/2021Corp. Sector Wages YY*July9.8-
8/18/2021Employment YYJuly2.8-
8/18/2021CPI YY*July4.9-
8/18/2021Bank Rate*August3.75-
8/18/2021Unemployment Rate*July5.5-
8/18/2021HICP Final MMJuly0.3-
8/18/2021HICP-X F, E, A, T Final MMJuly-0.4-
8/18/2021HICP-X Tobacco MMJuly0.3-
8/18/2021HICP-X F&E Final YYJuly0.9-
8/18/2021HICP-X F,E,A&T Final YYJuly0.7-
8/18/2021HICP Final YYJuly2.2-
8/18/2021HICP-X tobacco YYJuly1.9-
8/18/2021HICP-X F&E MMJuly0.2-
8/18/2021Retail Sales YY*June15.8-
8/18/2021Building Permits: Number *July1.59-
8/18/2021Build Permits: Change MM *July-5.3-
8/18/2021House Starts MM: Change *July6.3-
8/18/2021Housing Starts Number *July1.64-
8/18/2021CPI Inflation YY*July3.1-
8/18/2021CPI BoC Core MM*July0.3-
8/18/2021CPI BoC Core YY*July2.7-
8/18/2021CPI Inflation MM*July0.3-
8/18/2021PPI MMJuly2.9-
8/18/2021PPI YYJuly31.1-
8/18/2021Reuters Tankan Man'f IdxAugust25-
8/18/2021New Housing Price Index*July0.6-
8/18/2021Food Inflation YY*July21.83-
8/18/2021Unemployment Rate*July7.8-
8/18/2021Consumer Sentiment*August84.9-
8/18/2021Fiscal Balance/GDP*Q2-0.3-
8/18/2021Current Account/GDP*Q2-3.4-
8/18/2021Primary Bud Bal Final*July-153217-
8/18/2021PPI YY*July10.1-
8/18/2021GDP YY*Q20.3-
8/18/2021Federal Tax Revenue*July137.17-
8/18/2021CPI YY*July17.75-
8/18/2021Benchmark Interest Rate*August8.5-
8/18/2021Budget Fulfilment*July0.7-
8/18/2021Loan YY*July0.59-
8/19/2021PPI YYJuly7-
8/19/2021Industrial Output YYJuly18.4-
8/19/2021Current Account SA, EUR*June11.71-
8/19/2021Current Account NSA,EUR*June4.3-
8/19/2021Consumer Price Index*July0.7-
8/19/2021Bank Rate*August3.75-
8/19/2021Philly Fed Business Indx*August21.9-
8/19/2021Philly Fed Capex Index*August41.2-
8/19/2021Philly Fed 6M Index*August48.6-
8/19/2021Philly Fed Employment*August29.2-
8/19/2021Philly Fed Prices Paid*August69.7-
8/19/2021Philly Fed New Orders*August17-
8/19/2021Leading Index Chg MM*July0.7-
8/19/2021Economic Activity YY*June13.6-
8/19/2021PPI Growth YY*July6.4-
8/19/2021PPI Growth MM*July0.4-
8/19/2021GfK Consumer Confidence*August-7-
8/19/2021CPI, Core Nationwide YYJuly0.2-
8/19/2021CPI, Overall NationwideJuly0.2-
8/19/2021New Housing Price Index*July0.6-
8/19/2021Unemployment Rate*July7.8-
8/19/2021Consumer Sentiment*August84.9-
8/19/2021Benchmark Interest Rate*August8.5-
8/19/2021Federal Tax Revenue*July137.17-
8/19/2021PPI YY*July10.1-
8/19/2021GDP YY*Q20.3-
8/19/2021CPI YY*July9.1-
8/19/2021Budget Fulfilment*July0.7-
8/19/2021Loan YY*July0.59-
8/20/2021PSNB, GBP*July22.02-
8/20/2021PSNCR, GBP*July11.25-
8/20/2021Retail Sales YY*July9.7-
8/20/2021GDP Growth Mainland*Q2-1-
8/20/2021Producer Prices MM*July1.3-
8/20/2021Retail Sales Ex-Fuel YY*July7.4-
8/20/2021Retail Sales MM*July0.5-
8/20/2021GDP Growth*Q2-0.6-
8/20/2021Retail Sales Ex-Fuel MM*July0.3-
8/20/2021Capacity Utilization QQ SAQ21.4-
8/20/2021Export Orders YY*July31.1-
8/20/2021Retail Sales YY*July13-
8/20/2021Balance of Payments*Q210.54-
8/20/2021Current Account*Q225.96-
8/20/2021Cbank Current Account*June-1.4-
8/20/2021Consumer Confidence IndxAugust8-
8/20/2021Producer Price Index MMJuly3.8-
8/20/2021Producer Price Index YYJuly12.4-
8/20/2021Retail Sales Ex-Autos MM*June-2-
8/20/2021Retail Sales MM*June-2.1-
8/20/2021Central Govt Debt Stock*July2026.8-
8/20/2021USDA-Cattle On Feed*August99-
8/20/2021USDA-Cattle Placed On Fd*July93-
8/20/2021USDA-Cattle Marketed*July103-
8/20/2021Consumer Sentiment*August84.9-
8/20/2021New Housing Price Index*July0.6-
8/20/2021Unemployment Rate*July7.8-
8/20/2021PPI YY*July10.1-
8/20/2021Federal Tax Revenue*July137.17-
8/20/2021GDP YY*Q20.3-
8/20/2021Budget Fulfilment*July0.7-
8/20/2021Loan YY*July0.59-
8/20/2021Benchmark Interest Rate*August8.5-
8/21/2021Loan YY*July0.59-
8/21/2021Budget Fulfilment*July0.7-
8/21/2021CPI YY*July9.1-
8/21/2021GDP YY*Q20.3-
8/21/2021PPI YY*July10.1-
8/21/2021Federal Tax Revenue*July137.17-
8/21/2021New Housing Price Index*July0.6-
8/21/2021Unemployment Rate*July7.8-
8/21/2021Consumer Sentiment*August84.9-
8/22/2021Consumer Sentiment*August84.9-
8/22/2021Unemployment Rate*July7.8-
8/22/2021New Housing Price Index*July0.6-
8/22/2021PPI YY*July10.1-
8/22/2021GDP YY*Q20.3-
8/22/2021Federal Tax Revenue*July137.17-
8/23/2021PPI YY*July10.1-
8/23/2021GDP YY*Q20.3-
8/23/2021New Housing Price Index*July0.6-
8/23/2021Consumer Sentiment*August84.9-
8/24/2021New Housing Price Index*July0.6-
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What economic reports are most valuable to investors?

Summary - Every week, investors receive economic reports that provide snapshots on the state of the economy in our country and of the world economy. Each monthly economic report, which is also known as an economic indicator, measures a particular part of the economy. As standalone reports, they tell a limited story but put together, they give analysts and investors the data they need to assign an educated guess about the direction of individual securities or the broader market.

The economic reports are divided into three categories: lagging indicators, leading indicators, and coincident indicators. Leading indicators generally begin to occur before the economy reflects that change. This means they are a signal to investors about what may happen in the future. Existing home sales and housing starts are two of the more common leading indicators. Lagging indicators are those changes that are reported after the economy has absorbed them. Consumer behavior is frequently considered a lagging indicator. Finally, coincident indicators are indicators that are being measured at roughly the same time they are being reflected in the economy. The direction of interest rates is considered a coincident indicator because the economy will start to change immediately after a rate change is announced.


Investors have a responsibility to educate ourselves on how the economy affects our investments. Fortunately, we live in a time where access to data has never been easier. In fact, the problem many investors face today is information overload that can lead to analysis paralysis. We have this data point that contradicts another data point, but they both make sense. Can both be true? Frequently, the answer is yes. Our economy is a living entity in that at any given moment there are many moving parts some that are working together and some that are working in opposition.

One way for investors to get information that provides relevant data that can help investors understand national and global economic trends is through economic reports. These reports, which are provided on a consistent schedule, are staggered throughout the month. In this way, investors only have to digest a little data at a time. At the same time, investors may have to use pieces of different economic reports in tandem to make accurate forecasts about market trends.

In this article, we'll break down what economic reports are and what are the most common categories of economic reports. We'll also provide a list of the agencies that are most responsible for producing the report. We'll break down the difference between a leading indicator, a lagging indicator, and coincident indicator and we'll conclude by reviewing how investors can use these reports to ensure they are getting the most from them.

What are economic reports?

Economic reports contain data about various sectors of the U.S. and global economy. These reports are published on a set schedule by different departments of the Federal Government. For example, the monthly jobs creation report and unemployment rate are published on the first Friday of every month. The general categories of economic reports are:

  • Business activity– this category provides data regarding wholesale inventories, industrial production, regional manufacturing surveys (also called the “Business Outlook Survey”) and construction spending
  • Business inventories– this category provides data related to business inventories
  • International– this category provides data regarding international trade including our trade balance and export prices as well as international capital flows
  • Sales– this category reports automobile and truck sales along with retail sales
  • Orders– this category tracks data related to durable goods orders and factory orders
  • Real Estate– this category reports data on housing starts and building permits as well as new home sales
  • Production– this category measures Gross Domestic Product (GDP) – including real GDP. Reports in this category will also provide data on productivity and costs
  • Consumer– this is one of the more closely watched categories that reports on the use of consumer credit, the employment cost index and data regarding personal income and consumption
  • Employment– this is another closely watched category that includes the employment report which reports hourly earnings and nonfarm payrolls. Other indicators in this category track movement in the labor force including initial jobless claims and job openings
  • Price Increase (Inflation)– this category delivers two of the most commonly referenced economic indicators the Consumer Price Index (CPI) and the Producer Price Index (PPI)
  • Government– this category is essentially a report on the U.S. Treasury Budget (i.e. our nation’s balance sheet)
  • Monetary– this category gives a report on the nation’s money supply using M2 – a measure commonly used by central banks. This report is closely related to our nation’s monetary policy.

Who issues economic reports?

There are many U.S. government agencies that issue economic reports. The most common reports come from the following agencies:

  • S. Census Bureau
  • S. Treasury Department
  • Federal Reserve
  • Philadelphia Fed Index
  • S. Bureau of Economic Analysis
  • S. Department of Commerce
  • S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • Federal Reserve Board

What are leading, lagging and coincident indicators?

As we mentioned above, economic indicators are snapshots that highlight different aspects of economic activity. However, it would be virtually impossible to capture all the data needed in real time. For that reason, indicators are classified as either leading indicators (i.e. indicators of what may happen); lagging indicators (indicators of what has happened) or coincident indicators (indicators of what is happening now). Here are more details about each category.

  • Leading indicators- A phrase you’ll hear frequently in the media are reports on leading economic indicators. A leading indicator means a data point or a trend that begins to happen before it is detected in the overall economy. In this way, leading indicators are said to signal what may happen in the future. These indicators include but are not limited to retail sales, housing starts, and new home sales. The stock market, while not an economic report, is also considered a key leading indicator. An increase or decline in these forward-looking areas may trigger a subsequent increase or decrease in other areas of the economy.
  • Lagging Indicators- The opposite of leading indicators are lagging indicators. These indicators provide data that point out what is already being reflected in the economy. In other words, they are telling investors what has already happened. Lagging indicators include some of the most closely watched indicators such as unemployment (for people to be counted in the survey they have to already be unemployed), Gross domestic product (which tells you how strong the economy was at a certain period of time). The Consumer Price Index (CPI) which provides a broad measurement of inflation is also considered to be a lagging indicator as are business inventories. In these cases, analysts look to assess the strength of a trend.
  • Coincident indicators -As the name suggests, coincident indicators are occurring at approximately the same time as the changes they are signaling. Personal income would fall into this category because these should rise as an indication of a strong economy. Conversely, investors would expect personal income to decline in an economy that is weakening. Interest rates are another closely watched economic report that is considered a coincident indicator.

What economic reports are most valuable to investors?

One of the most important tasks for an investor is to be able to quickly focus on the economic reports that are most important to their portfolio. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is considered to be one of the most valuable reports because it provides an overall scorecard of how the country is doing economically. GDP measures the market value of all the goods and services produced in the economy over a given period of time. It is reported quarterly and is presented on an annualized percent basis. As an investor, it is important to understand the context behind the GDP number. GDP growth is typically a byproduct of an expanding economy. However, a declining GDP may not necessarily be signaling a recession; it may simply be showing that the rate of growth is slowing.

That brings up an additional point when considering the value of these reports. Some of these are very industry focused (such as retail and housing). For example, if you are invested in financial services stocks, you’ll want to pay attention to the direction of interest rates as those will be among the stock most affected by interest rate changes. But you’ll also want to pay attention to housing data because that will affect the mortgage market. If you are investing in a commodity such as crude oil, you will want to pay particular attention to crude oil prices and oil and gas production numbers. If you’re invested in countries that do business internationally, you’ll want to track exports to see how well their products will be selling overseas. Every investor has to consider the data provided by an economic report based on the risk to their portfolio.

How accurate are economic reports?

Like any statistical measurement, every economic indicator has strengths and weaknesses. Some have large sample sizes; some have much smaller (or narrow geographic) samples. Some indicators, such as retail sales, can be extremely sensitive to seasonal adjustments. Therefore, investors should look at a variety of indicators before forming overall conclusions about the state of the economy, and particular about how it may affect any individual stock or a category of securities.

By taking the time to understand the strengths and limitations of different reports, it’s possible for investors to use various reports in tandem to help identify trends. For example, is a sudden decline in retail sales supported by lower personal expenditures, or are other factors weighing on the number? Brick-and-mortar stores can be affected by weather patterns that can skew the data (i.e. consumers may not be spending at all because they’re not leaving their home). If a report shows increased new factory orders, are there concurrent increases in factory shipments or in durable goods?

Also, because economic reports only provide a snapshot of the economy, they are best used in comparison to economic reports from previous months or even a year-over-year view. This can help smooth out seasonal differences or other anomalies that can affect the data.

The final word on economic reports

Investors need to pay close attention to economic indicators. These free, and publicly available, reports provide valuable data on the state of the economy that would be virtually impossible for an individual investor to compile on their own. Because they are released on a consistent schedule, investors are assured of receiving the information at the same time as other investors. In a 24-hour news cycle, many analysts will try to provide an early analysis of what the reports will say. Rather than focus on a given number, investors should pay attention to this commentary to gain a better understanding of what the numbers mean. Economic reports, while very concise, are generally just a compilation of raw data. Any decisions regarding a change in asset allocation or investment strategy requires a deeper context of what trends the reports may be revealing.

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