Economic calendar

If you are serious about becoming a trader, a trading plan will be a vital part of your strategy. Find the Economic Calendar in our FX tools and plan your trading down to the minute based on economic reports due to be released, previous economic events, consensus forecasts and estimated volatility.

Time leftEventimp.ActualConsensusPrevious
June 25
00:30
AUD
Westpac Consumer Confidence
1.70%-0.30%
05:00
JPY
Coincident Index
115.20115.20
05:00
JPY
Leading Economic Index
110.90111.60111.60
06:00
NOK
Credit Indicator
3.10%3.20%
07:00
EUR
Gross Domestic Product (YoY)
2.50%2.40%2.00%
07:00
EUR
Gross Domestic Product (QoQ)
0.80%0.70%0.60%
07:00
EUR
Eurogroup Meeting
08:00
TRY
Foreign Arrivals
14.00%8.70%
08:00
PLN
Unemployment (MoM)
5.00%5.00%5.10%
10:00
EUR
German Buba President Nagel speech
11:00
USD
Fed's Bowman speech
12:30
USD
Chicago Fed National Activity Index
0.18-0.23
12:30
CAD
Consumer Price Index - Core (MoM)
0.30%0.00%
12:30
CAD
Consumer Price Index (MoM)
0.60%0.30%0.50%
12:30
CAD
BoC Consumer Price Index Core (MoM)
0.60%0.20%0.20%
12:30
CAD
Consumer Price Index (YoY)
2.90%2.60%2.70%
12:30
CAD
BoC Consumer Price Index Core (YoY)
1.80%1.60%
12:55
USD
Redbook Index (YoY)
5.30%5.90%
13:00
USD
S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices (YoY)
7.20%6.90%7.40%
13:00
USD
Housing Price Index (MoM)
0.20%0.30%0.10%
14:00
USD
Consumer Confidence
14:00
USD
Richmond Fed Manufacturing Index
-10.002.000.00
16:00
USD
Fed's Cook speech
17:00
USD
2-Year Note Auction
4.706%4.917%
18:10
USD
Fed's Bowman speech
20:45
USD
API Weekly Crude Oil Stock
0.90-3.002.264
23:0119m
GBP
BRC Shop Price Index (YoY)
0.60%
23:0119m
EUR
Consumer Confidence
65.70

How to use your Economic Calendar

The FX Economic Calendar assists you in making more informed trading decisions. Take a look at the scheduled economic events due to take place on any given day and click on an individual event if you want to find out further information in regards to it. The remaining time till an upcoming event will take place is shown on the left-hand side of the Economic Calendar while past events are denoted with a tick.