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The Forex News section contains the most recent data about the economies of developed countries, national banks, financial regulators, and other institutions. In this section, you will find relevant information on inflation rates, government bonds of various countries, and even more. Forex News helps traders navigate the financial world online by providing up-to-date details on all indicators.
Tuesday, 24 May, 2022
10:00PM
New Zealand Rate Decision On Tap For Wednesday
9:42PM
South Korea Business Confidence Index Slips In May - BoK
9:37PM
*South Korea Business Confidence Index 86.0 In May Vs. 87.0 In April- BoK
8:26PM
U.S. Dollar Drops To Lowest Levels In A Month
7:09PM
Treasuries Show Significant Move Back To The Upside
7:02PM
Oil Futures Settle Lower On Demand Worries
6:06PM
Gold Settles Higher For 4th Straight Session As Dollar Extends Slide
5:16PM
Two-Year Note Auction Attracts Modestly Above Average Demand
2:52PM
Norway Consumer Confidence Weakest Since 1998
2:51PM
U.S. New Home Sales Plunge To Two-Year Low In April
2:20PM
Hungary Average Gross Wages Growth Eases Sharply
2:03PM
Dollar Little Changed After U.S. New Home Sales
2:00PM
*U.S. New Home Sales Plunge 16.6% In April
1:57PM
Dollar Falls Vs Most Majors Ahead Of U.S. New Home Sales
1:14PM
UK Private Sector Growth At 15-Month Low
12:14PM
Eurozone Private Sector Expands Despite Ukraine War, High Cost Of Living
12:10PM
French Private Sector Maintains Strong Growth Momentum
12:00PM
Pound Drops As U.K. Private Sector Growth Slows To 15-month Low
11:59AM
UK Retailers Expect Sales To Fall In June: CBI
11:40AM
*UK May CBI Distributive Trades Survey Sales Growth Y/Y -1 Vs. -35 In Apr, Consensus -30
11:33AM
French Economic Activity Slows As Morale Weakens
10:13AM
Gold Edges Higher On Weak Risk Appetite
10:11AM
South Africa Leading Index Rises In March
10:09AM
Czech Economic Confidence Improves In May
10:08AM
Finland Jobless Rate Falls In April
10:02AM
Oil Prices Slide On Demand Concerns
9:46AM
*Norway Q2 Consumer Confidence -11.7 Vs. +0.7 In Q1
8:34AM
*UK May Manufacturing PMI 54.6 Vs. 55.8 In Apr, Consensus 55.0
8:33AM
*UK May Services PMI 51.8 Vs. 58.9 In Apr, Consensus 57
8:32AM
*UK May Composite PMI 51.8 Vs. 58.2 In Apr, Consensus 56.5
8:25AM
Finland Producer Price Inflation Accelerates In April
8:10AM
*Bank Indonesia Holds Key 7-day Reverse Repo Rate At 3.50%
8:03AM
*Eurozone May Flash Composite Output Index 54.9 Vs. 55.8 In Apr, Consensus 55.3
8:01AM
*Eurozone May Flash Manufacturing PMI 54.4 Vs. 55.5 In Apr, Consensus 54.9
8:01AM
*Eurozone May Flash Services PMI 56.3 Vs. 57.7 In Apr, Consensus 57.5
7:31AM
*Germany May Flash Manufacturing PMI 54.7 Vs. 54.6 In Apr, Consensus 54.0
7:31AM
*Germany May Flash Services PMI 56.3 Vs. 57.6 In Apr, Consensus 57.2
7:31AM
*Germany May Flash Composite Output Index 54.6 Vs. 54.3 In Apr, Consensus 54.0
7:29AM
Australian, NZ Dollars Lower On China Growth Worries
7:19AM
UK Budget Deficit Narrows In April
7:17AM
*France May Flash Manufacturing PMI 54.5 Vs. 55.7 In Apr, Consensus 55.0
7:16AM
*France May Flash Services PMI 58.4 Vs. 58.9 In Apr, Consensus 58.6
7:15AM
*France May Flash Composite Output Index 57.1 Vs. 57.6 In Apr, Consensus 57.0
7:07AM
*South Africa Feb Lagging Index 93.7 Vs. 92.8 In January
7:06AM
*South Africa Feb Coincident Index 95.9, Same As In February
7:04AM
*South Africa Mar Leading Index 128.0 Vs. 127.2 In February
7:03AM
*Hungary Mar Average Gross Wages Up 17.5% Y/Y Vs. 31.7% In February
7:03AM
*Czech May Consumer Confidence 75.8 Vs. 81.3 In April
6:51AM
*France May Manufacturing Confidence 106 Vs. 108 In April, Consensus 107
6:02AM
*UK Apr Public Sector Net Borrowing GBP 18.6 Bln, Consensus GBP 17.8 Bln
5:07AM
*Finland Apr Jobless Rate 6.9% Vs. 7.0% In March
5:04AM
*Finland April Producer Prices Up 29.2% Y/Y, 2.5% M/M
4:59AM
European Economics Preview: Eurozone Flash Composite PMI Data Due
12:52AM
Japan Manufacturing PMI Slips To 53.2 In May - Jibun Bank
12:42AM
Australia Manufacturing Sector Slows In May - S&P Global
12:31AM
*Japan Manufacturing PMI 53.2 In May, Services PMI 51.7 - Jibun Bank
12:18AM
New Zealand Retail Sales Slip 0.5% On Quarter In Q1
12:09AM
*Australia Manufacturing PMI 55.3 In May; Services PMI 53.0 - S&P Global
12:08AM
*New Zealand Retail Sales -0.5% On Quarter, +2.3% On Year In Q1
10:00PM
New Zealand Retail Sales Data Due On Tuesday
9:05PM
South Korea Consumer Sentiment Ebbs In May - BoK
9:01PM
*South Korea Consumer Confidence Index 102.6 In May - BoK
8:53PM
Dollar Loses Ground Against Major Rivals As Risk Sentiment Improves
7:27PM
Oil Futures Pare Early Gains, Settle Flat
7:13PM
Treasuries Give Back Ground Amid Strength On Wall Street
6:05PM
Gold Futures Settle Higher As Dollar Turns Weak
3:11PM
Belgium Business Confidence Weakens In May
2:58PM
U.S. Dollar Falls Amid Risk Appetite
2:27PM
Latvia Producer Price Inflation Accelerates Further
1:52PM
Ireland Trade Surplus Grows In March
1:47PM
*Bank Of Israel Raises Key Interest Rate To 0.75% From 0.35%, Consensus 0.60%
1:05PM
*Belgium May Business Confidence 1.8 Vs. 2.4 In April
12:37PM
Poland Retail Sales Growth Slows In April
11:59AM
Euro Advances Amid Strong German Ifo Survey, Lagarde's Remarks
11:29AM
German Ifo Business Confidence Unexpectedly Strengthens
11:06AM
Hong Kong Inflation Eases Unexpectedly In April
10:15AM
Lithuania Industrial Production Expands In April
10:11AM
*Latvia Apr PPI Inflation 29.9% Vs. 28.0% In March
10:08AM
Gold Prices Hit Over One-week High
10:07AM
*Ireland Mar Exports Up 37.0% Y/Y, Imports +20.0%
10:07AM
Taiwan Jobless Rate Declines In April
10:06AM
Taiwan Industrial Production Surges In April
10:04AM
Turkish Manufacturing Capacity Utilization Rises In May
10:04AM
Singapore Inflation Steady At 5.4%
9:57AM
Oil Prices Climb On China Demand Hopes
8:37AM
*Hong Kong Apr CPI Down 0.2% M/M
8:36AM
*Hong Kong Apr CPI Inflation 1.3% Vs. 1.7% In Mar, Consensus 1.9%
8:26AM
*Germany May Ifo Current Assessment 99.5 Vs. 97.3 In Apr, Consensus 95.8
8:24AM
*Germany May Ifo Expectations 86.9 Vs. 86.8 In Apr, Consensus 83.5
8:23AM
*Germany May Ifo Business Confidence 93.0 Vs. 91.9 In Apr, Consensus 91.4: Reports
8:10AM
*Taiwan Apr Industrial Production +7.33% On Year Vs. +2.40% In March
8:05AM
*Poland Apr Retail Sales Up 19.0% Y/Y, Down 0.1% M/M
8:05AM
*Taiwan Apr Jobless Rate 3.62% Vs. 3.66% In March
7:57AM
Australian Dollar Climbs After Labor Victory In Federal Election
7:05AM
*Turkey May Capacity Utilization S.A Steady At 78.1%
7:05AM
*Turkey May Capacity Utilization 78.0% Vs. 77.8% In April
7:04AM
*Turkey May Manufacturing Confidence S.A 107.0 Vs. 107.7 In April
7:03AM
*Turkey May Manufacturing Confidence 109.4 Vs. 109.7 In April
6:11AM
*Lithuania Apr Industrial Production Down 7.1% M/M Vs. -13.9% In March
6:08AM
*Lithuania April Industrial Production Up 20.5% Y/Y, Down 7.1% M/M