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অর্থনৈতিক ক্যালেন্ডার হলো মৌলিক বিশ্লেষণের একটি বিশেষ টুল, যা ছাড়া বাজারের পরিস্থিতি সম্পর্কে একটি সুস্পষ্ট এবং সুষম চিত্র পাওয়া এবং লাভজনক ডিল করা অসম্ভব। এটি মূল অর্থনৈতিক সূচক, ইভেন্ট এবং খবরের প্রকাশের একটি শিডিউল। প্রতিটি বিনিয়োগকারীকে গুরুত্বপূর্ণ সামষ্টিক অর্থনৈতিক তথ্য, কেন্দ্রীয় ব্যাংকের কর্মকর্তাদের দেওয়া ঘোষণা, রাজনৈতিক নেতার বক্তব্য এবং আর্থিক বিশ্বে অন্যান্য ইভেন্টগুলির নজর রাখতে হবে। অর্থনৈতিক ক্যালেন্ডার তথ্য প্রকাশের সময়, এর গুরুত্ব এবং বিনিময় হারকে প্রভাবিত করার ক্ষমতা নির্দেশ করে।
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Thursday, 6 মে, 2021
01:00
ANZ Business Confidence (May)
7.0
3.0
-2.0

The results of the ANZ Bank Business survey held among businesses nationwide.

06:00
Factory Orders (Mar)
3.0% m/m;
27.8% y/y
1.5% m/m;
4.1% y/y
1.4% m/m;
5.8% y/y

Dollar volume of new orders, shipments, unfilled orders and inventories as reported by domestic manufacturers. Factory Orders is not a widely watched economic release.

Factor Orders does provide a comprehensive look at the manufacturing sector. Specifically, the New Orders figure can act as a gauge of demand across industries while Shipments are indicative of supply. The Unfilled Orders and Inventory figures reconcile the balance between New Orders and Shipments; high Shipments are indicative of an excess of demand relative to supply, high Inventories signal an excess of supply over demand.

Figures are reported in billions of dollars and also in percent change from the previous month.

On a Technical Note: The New Orders figure measures the value of orders received by manufacturers for new products from both domestic and foreign sources. The total value of products shipped is calculated in Shipments while Unfilled Orders measures the value of goods backlogged for order but not yet shipped. Lastly, Inventories gauges the amount of unsold goods held by manufacturers.

08:00
ECB Economic Bulletin
-
-
-

In 2015 the Economic Bulletin replaced the Monthly Bulletin. The Economic Bulletin is published two weeks after the monetary policy meeting of the Governing Council of the ECB. Issues published after the monetary policy meetings in March, June, September and December provide a comprehensive analysis of economic and monetary developments, including a discussion of the Eurosystem/ECB staff macroeconomic projections for the euro area. Other issues are shorter and provide an interim update on developments in key monthly indicators.

08:30
PMI Services (Apr)
61.0
60.1
60.1

A monthly gauge of the UK service sector that takes into account business outlook. The survey queries executives in transport and communications, financial intermediation, business services, personal services, computing and IT, hotels and restaurants.

Purchasing managers are tasked with gauging future demand, and adjusting orders for materials accordingly. The PMI summarizes the opinions of these executives to give a picture of the future of the service sector. A higher PMI indicates that materials purchases are increasing and that the economic outlook is positive. Alternately, a lower PMI means orders for materials are down and the future outlook is less favorable. By nature, the figure is very sensitive to the business cycle and tends to match growth or decline in the economy as a whole.

Because the contribution services makes to the economy tends to be very consistent and predictable, Services PMI figures typically do not move markets

The PMI is presented as an index with a value between 1-100.

08:30
Composite PMI (Apr)
60.7
60.0
60.0

An index level of 50 denotes no change since the previous month, while a level above 50 signals an increase or improvement, and below 50 indicates a decrease or deterioration.

08:30
10-y Bond Auction (May)
0.433%;
1.62
-
0.368%;
1.92

10-y Bond Auction is a leading market demand and profitability indicator. Profit falls compared to the previous auctions generally have a favourable influence on the currency.

08:30
30-Year Bonds Auction (May)
1.405%;
1.25
-
1.056%;
1.80

Bonds with the longest maturity.

09:00
Retail Sales (Mar)
2.7% m/m;
12.0% y/y
1.5% m/m;
9.6% y/y
4.2% m/m;
-1.5% y/y

Gauge for goods sold at retail outlets in the past month. Retail Sales is a leading indicator for the economy. Rising consumer spending fuels economic growth, confirms signals from consumer confidence, and may spark inflationary pressures.

The headline figure is expressed as the percentage change from the same month last year.

09:00
10-y Bond Auction (May)
0.13%;
1.73
-
0.00%;
1.65

10-y Bond Auction is a leading market demand and profitability indicator. Profit falls compared to the previous auctions generally have a favourable influence on the currency.

09:00
30-y Bond Auction (May)
0.93%;
2.25
-
0.78%;
2.33

Yields are set by bond market investors, and therefore they can be used to decipher investors' outlook on future interest rates. The bid-to-cover ratio represents bond market liquidity and demand, which can be used to gauge investor confidence.

09:00
RBA Deputy Governor Guy Debelle Speaks
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-
-

Guy Debelle commenced as Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia on 18 September 2016. He is Deputy Chair of the Reserve Bank Board and Chair of the Reserve Bank's Risk Management Committee.

11:00
BoE Interest Rate Decision (May)
0.10%
0.10%
0.10%

The announcement of whether the Bank of England has increased, decreased or maintained the key interest rate. The BoE meets monthly to decide on monetary policy. After each meeting policy decisions are announced. The main task of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee is to set the monetary stance by fixing the overnight borrowing rate, which is incremental in determining the short-term rates. Through this mechanism, the BoE attempts to affect price levels in order to keep inflation within the target range while maintaining stable economic growth and employment.

The BOE Rate decision has great influence on financial markets. Changes in rates affect interest rates for consumer loans, mortgages, bond, and the exchange rate of the pound. Increases in rates or even expectations of increases tend to cause the pound to appreciate, while rate decreases cause the currency to depreciate.

11:00
Asset Purchase Facility (May)
895bln
895bln
895bln

In January 2009, the Chancellor of the Exchequer authorised the Bank to set up an Asset Purchase Facility (APF) to buy high-quality assets financed by the issue of Treasury bills and the DMO’s cash management operations. The aim of the Facility was to improve liquidity in credit markets. To ensure that the Asset Purchase Facility is operated in an open and transparent manner, the Bank will publish a quarterly report on the transactions as part of the facility, shortly after the end of each quarter.

11:00
MPC Official Bank Rate Votes (May)
0-0-9
0-0-9
0-0-9

This indicator shows how the BoE's Monetary Policy Committee voted. Published monthly, 13 days after the decision on interest rate was announced

11:00
MPC Asset Purchase Facility Votes (May)
0-1-8
0-0-9
0-0-9

The document is published 13 days after the decision is made. It reflects the votes of every MPC member.

11:00
Monetary Policy Summary
-
-
-

It's among the primary tools the MPC uses to communicate with investors about monetary policy. It contains the outcome of their vote on interest rates and other policy measures, along with commentary about the economic conditions that influenced their votes. Most importantly, it discusses the economic outlook and offers clues on the outcome of future votes.

11:00
BOE Monetary Policy Report
-
-
-

The Bank of England's quarterly monetary policy report contains detailed economic analysis and price dynamics forecasts. The Bank is guided by these forecasts when deciding on interest rates and implementing a monetary policy. The report is published at the same time as the decision on monetary policy and may have an impact on the GBP rate.

11:00
BOE Inflation Letter
-
-
-

If inflation moves away from the target by more than 1 percentage point in either direction, the Governor is required to send an open letter to the Chancellor.

11:30
Challenger Job Cuts (Apr)
22.913K;
-96.6%
-
30.603K;
-86.2%

Change in the number of job cuts announced by employers.

It's extremely early data, but historically has limited short-term correlation with overall labor conditions.

12:30
Non-Farm Productivity (1 quarter)
5.4%
4.3%
-3.8%

Measures the output produced for each hour of labor worked. Non-farm Productivity is considered the most accurate gauge of overall business health, given farming data's small and volatile contribution to GDP. To businesses, higher productivity indicates efficient use of employees and capital. Given that labor costs make up more than two-thirds of the average businesses expenses, high productivity can allow a firm to fulfill consumer demand with less labor costs, boosting profitability. Thus trends in this report can precede investment spending and business growth. Also if prices for raw materials increase, improved productivity can save a firm from passing higher costs to the end consumer. Given such business effects, healthy productivity growth bodes well for the economy as a whole, signalling increased production capability and business growth.

Productivity is reported as output per hour per worker, categorized into industry figures.

On a Technical Note: The Non-Farm Productivity number is generated by comparing the number of hours worked (Employment Situation report) to Gross Domestic Product data.

12:30
Labor Cost (1 quarter)
-0.3%
-1.1%
5.6%

The indicator reflects the quarterly changes in salaries and other income received by working population.

12:30
Unemployment Claims (May)
498K
540K
590K

The indicator shows the number of unemployed people in the USA.

12:30
Continuing Claims (Apr)
3690K
3620K
3653K

Continuing claims refers to unemployed workers that qualify for benefits under unemployment insurance. In order to be included in continuing claims, the person must have been covered by unemployment insurance and be currently receiving benefits. Data on unemployment claims is published by the Department of Labor on a weekly basis, allowing for frequent updates on the levels of unemployment.

13:00
FOMC Member John C. Williams Speaks
-
-
-

John C. Williams is President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.

14:30
EIA Natural Gas Storage Change (Apr)
60bln
68bln
15bln

Weekly report about natural gas storage change in the USA.

17:00
FOMC Member Raphael W. Bostic Speaks
-
-
-

Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Raphael Bostic - FOMC voting member 2018.

Federal Reserve FOMC members vote on where to set the nation's key interest rates and their public engagements are often used to drop subtle clues regarding future monetary policy. More hawkish than expected is good for currency.

17:00
FOMC Member Loretta Mester Speaks
-
-
-
22:05
FOMC Member Robert Kaplan Speaks
-
-
-

Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert Kaplan.

Federal Reserve FOMC members vote on where to set the nation's key interest rates and their public engagements are often used to drop subtle clues regarding future monetary policy.

22:30
AIG Performance of Service Index (Apr)
61.0
-
58.7

Tracks monthly developments in the Australian services sector, condensing data into an overall boom or bust index. The composite index is based on the surveys for sales, new orders, employment, inventories and deliveries, compiled by American International Group. The AIG Performance of Service Index excludes industrial manufacturing sectors that tend to be volatile and seasonal, giving a clean picture of Australia's service sector that accounts for a majority of Aussie GDP. The headline number uses a 50 baseline; readings above 50 signify growth, while those below 50 show contraction in the services sector.

23:30
Average Cash Earnings (Mar)
0.2%
-0.2%
-0.4%

The average amount of pre-tax earnings per regular employee, including overtime pay and bonuses.

23:50
Monetary Base (Apr)
24.3%
21.4%
20.8%

The monetary base is the volume of money in the economy. It consists of the currency (banknotes and coins) in circulation and the commercial banks reserves in the Central Bank.