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The Forex News section contains the most recent data about the economy of developed countries, national banks, reserve systems, 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.
Wednesday, 28 October, 2020
9:29AM
*Italy Sep Non-EU Trade Surplus EUR 5.322 Bln Vs. EUR 3.581 Bln In August
9:02AM
*Austria Oct Manufacturing PMI 54.0 Vs. 51.7 In September
8:54AM
Germany's Import Prices Fall At Faster Pace
8:44AM
*Slovakia Oct Economic Confidence 88.4 Vs. 87.7 In September
8:33AM
*Sweden Sep Retail Sales Rise 0.8% On Month
8:33AM
*Sweden Sep Retail Sales Up 3.9% On Year
8:07AM
*South Africa Sep CPI Up 0.2% On Month, Consensus +0.3%
8:06AM
*Spain Sep Retail Sales Down 0.3% On Month Vs. +1.4% In August
8:05AM
*South Africa Sep Inflation 3.0% Vs. 3.1% In Aug, Consensus 3.1%
8:04AM
*Spain Sep Retail Sales Fall 3.3% On Year Vs. -2.9% In August
8:04AM
*Sweden Oct Consumer Confidence 90.0 Vs. 88.4 In September
8:03AM
*Sweden Oct Economic Confidence 96.3 Vs. 94.5 In September
8:02AM
Yen Strengthens On Virus Worries
7:48AM
*France Oct Consumer Confidence 94.0 Vs. 95.0 In Sep, Consensus 93.0
7:13AM
*Lithuania Sep Retail Sales Down 0.4% On Month
7:13AM
*Lithuania Sep Retail Sales +6.2% On Year Vs. +7.3% In August
7:05AM
*Germany Sep Import Prices Up 0.3% On Month
7:04AM
*Germany Sep Import Prices Fall 4.3% On Year Vs. 4% In August
7:04AM
*Turkey Oct Economic Confidence 92.8 Vs. 88.5 In September
7:03AM
*Norway Sep Retail Sales +8.7% On Year Vs. +8.2% In August
7:02AM
*Norway Sep Retail Sales +0.3% On Month Vs. -4.8% In August
6:39AM
Malaysia Exports Rise In September
5:15AM
European Economics Preview: France Consumer Confidence Data Due
4:14AM
*Malaysia Sep Imports Up 3.6% On Year
4:12AM
*Malaysia Sep Exports 13.6% On Year
3:08AM
*UK Oct Shop Prices Fall 1.2% On Year: BRC
1:05AM
Australia Q3 Inflation Climbs To 0.7% On Year
12:56AM
*RBA Trimmed Mean +0.4% On Quarter, +1.2% On Year In Q3
12:55AM
*RBA Weighted Median +0.3% On Quarter, +1.3% On Year In Q3
12:54AM
*Australia Consumer Prices +1.6% On Quarter, +0.7% On Year In Q3
10:00PM
Australia Inflation Data Due On Wednesday
9:22PM
Dollar Turns In Sluggish Performance Against Peers
9:10PM
South Korea Consumer Confidence Climbs In October
9:03PM
*South Korea Consumer Confidence Index 91.6 In October - BoK
7:19PM
Crude Oil Futures Settle Notably Higher
7:18PM
Treasuries Extend Move To The Upside Seen In Previous Session
6:56PM
Gold Futures Settle Higher On Safe-haven Demand
5:16PM
Two-Year Note Auction Attracts Modestly Above Average Demand
2:43PM
Dollar Down On U.S. Election Uncertainty
2:22PM
U.S. Consumer Confidence Index Unexpectedly Edges Lower In October
2:02PM
*U.S. Consumer Confidence Index Dips To 100.9 In October
1:34PM
U.S. Durable Goods Orders Jump Much More Than Expected In September
1:06PM
Dollar Little Changed After U.S. Housing Data
1:05PM
*S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller 20-City Home Price Index Up 5.2% YoY In August
1:01PM
Dollar Drops Vs Most Majors Ahead Of U.S. Housing Data
12:37PM
U.S. Durable Goods Orders Jump 1.9% In September
12:33PM
Dollar Little Changed After U.S. Durable Goods Orders
12:32PM
*U.S. Durable Goods Orders Jump 1.9% In September, Ex-Trans. Orders Climb 0.8%
12:28PM
Dollar Falls Vs Most Majors Ahead Of U.S. Durable Goods Orders
12:23PM
UK Retailers Expect Sales To Fall Again In November: CBI
11:44AM
France Producer Prices Fall In September
11:36AM
Eurozone Banks Expect To Tighten Credit Standards In Q4
11:04AM
*UK Oct CBI Retail Sales Balance -23%, Consensus +1%
10:41AM
Hong Kong Exports Grow In September
10:35AM
Gold Prices Ease As Dollar Holds Firm
10:32AM
Sweden September Trade Surplus Rise
10:23AM
RBA's Bullock Says Recovery To Be Unpredictable And Uneven
10:20AM
Oil Rebounds Ahead Of API Data
9:56AM
Canadian Dollar Advances As Oil Prices Rise
9:40AM
Eurozone M3 Growth Accelerates In September
9:24AM
Spain's Jobless Rate Highest Since 2018
9:05AM
*ECB Survey: Banks To Tighten Credit Standards For Firms In Q4
9:03AM
*Eurozone Sep Credit To Private Sector Rises 4.9% Vs. 5% In August
9:01AM
*Eurozone Sep M3 Money Supply Up 10.4% On Year Vs. 9.5% In Aug, Consensus 9.6%
8:42AM
Finland Manufacturing Confidence Improves In October
8:41AM
*Hong Kond Sep Imports +3.4% On Year Vs. -5.7% In August
8:40AM
*Hong Kond Sep Exports +9.1% On Year Vs. -2.3% In August
8:39AM
*Hong Kong Sep Trade Deficit HK$12.694 Bln Vs. HK$31.639 In Last Year
8:38AM
*Sweden Sep Imports Down 4.0% On Year
8:37AM
*Sweden Sep Exports Down 3.0% On Year
8:36AM
*Sweden Sep Trade Surplus SEK 2.6 Bln Vs. SEK 1.1 Bln In Last Year
8:21AM
Finland Consumer Confidence Decreases In October
8:04AM
*Spain Q3 Jobless Rate 16.26% Vs. 15.33% In Q2, Consensus 15.9%
7:49AM
*RBA's Bullock: Business Insolvencies To Rise, Some Households To Face Problems In Debt Servicing
7:48AM
*France Sep Producer Prices Fall 2.4% On Year Vs. -2.5% In August
7:48AM
*RBA's Bullock: Economic Recovery Expected To Be Unpredictable And Uneven
7:47AM
*France Sep Producer Prices Up 0.2% On Month Vs. +0.1% In August
6:56AM
*Finland Industrial Confidence -15 Vs. -20 In September
6:06AM
*U.S. Dollar Slides To 0.7138 Against Australian Dollar
6:04AM
*Finland Oct Consumer Confidence -6.9 Vs. -5.9 In September
6:02AM
*U.S. Dollar Weakens To 1.3173 Against Canadian Dollar
5:59AM
*U.S. Dollar Drops To 1.3041 Against Pound
5:57AM
*U.S. Dollar Fall To 0.9063 Against Franc, 1.1835 Against Euro
5:17AM
China's Industrial Profits Rise For Fifth Month
4:42AM
European Economics Preview: Eurozone Private Sector Credit Data Due
3:02AM
*China Sep Industrial Profits Rise 10.1% On Year
11:45PM
South Korea Q3 GDP Gains 1.9% On Quarter
11:11PM
South Korea GDP Grows 1.9% On Quarter In Q3
11:03PM
*South Korea GDP +1.9% On Quarter, -1.3% On Year In Q3
10:35PM
New Zealand Posts NZ$1.0 Billion Trade Shortfall In September
10:14PM
New Zealand Has NZ$1.0 Billion Trade Deficit In September
10:08PM
*New Zealand Trade Deficit NZ$1.0 Billion In September
10:07PM
*New Zealand Exports -8.0% In September; Imports -11%
9:30PM
South Korea GDP Data Due On Tuesday
9:16PM
Dollar Rises Against Peers
9:11PM
Oil Futures Settle Sharply Lower On Demand Concerns
7:30PM
Treasuries Move Higher Amid Spike In Coronavirus Cases
7:02PM
Gold Futures Settle Slightly Up
2:29PM
U.S. New Home Sales Unexpectedly Tumble 3.5% In September
2:02PM
Dollar Little Changed Following U.S. New Home Sales