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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.
Friday, 22 January, 2021
7:31PM
Treasuries Move Higher Amid Uncertainty About Relief Package
7:16PM
Oil Futures Settle Sharply Lower As Crude Inventories Rise
6:48PM
Gold Futures Settle Lower
3:01PM
*U.S. Crude Oil Inventories Increase 4.4 Million Barrels In Week Ended 1/15
2:27PM
U.S. Existing Home Sales Unexpectedly Climb 0.7% In December
2:00PM
*U.S. Existing Home Sales Climb 0.7% In December
12:33PM
Loonie Little Changed After Canada Retail Sales
12:30PM
*Canadian Retail Sales Jump 1.3% In November
12:25PM
Loonie Mixed Ahead Of Canada Retail Sales
11:59AM
UK Budget Deficit Surges On Covid-19 Support Schemes
11:54AM
Pound Slides Amid Weak U.K. Retail Sales Data, Border Closure Worries
11:26AM
Italy Construction Output Grows In November
11:02AM
Eurozone Private Sector Activity Decline Deepens In January
10:46AM
Taiwan Jobless Rate Falls In December
10:45AM
Ireland Wholesale Prices Fall Further
10:39AM
Latvia Producer Prices Decline Slows In December
10:37AM
Poland Producer Prices Steady In December
10:36AM
*Ireland Dec Wholesale Prices -4.1% On Month Vs. -2.8% In November
10:35AM
*Ireland Dec Wholesale Prices -14.5% On Year Vs. -10.7% In November
10:33AM
Poland Retail Sales Fall More Than Expected
10:33AM
*Italy November Construction Output Up 10.9% Y/Y
10:33AM
*Italy November Construction Output Up 1.7% M/M
10:30AM
UK Private Sector Contracts Most Since May
10:16AM
Euro Advances After Better-than-expected German PMI Data
10:05AM
*Latvia Dec Producer Prices Up 0.2% On Month
10:04AM
*Latvia Dec Producer Prices -0.3% On Year Vs. -0.9% In November
9:59AM
Hong Kong Business Expectations Erode In Q1
9:54AM
Gold Prices Fall As Treasury Yields Rise
9:31AM
Oil Prices Tumble As Demand Worries Resurface
8:42AM
France Private Sector Shrinks More Than Expected
8:36AM
*Poland Dec Producer Prices 0% On Year Vs. -0.2% In November
8:35AM
Pound Falls Further Following U.K. PMI Data
8:32AM
*UK Jan Flash Manufacturing PMI 52.9 Vs. 57.5 In Dec, Consensus 57.3
8:31AM
*UK Jan Flash Services PMI 38.8 Vs. 49.4 In Dec, Consensus 49.9
8:31AM
*UK Jan Flash Composite Output Index 40.6 Vs. 50.4 In Dec, Consensus 50.7
8:28AM
*Poland Dec Retail Sales Down 0.8% On Year
8:25AM
Pound Weakens Ahead Of U.K. PMI Data
8:12AM
Eurozone Private Sector Contracts Further
8:10AM
Euro Mixed After Eurozone PMI Data
8:02AM
*Eurozone Jan Flash Manufacturing PMI 54.7 Vs. 55.2 In Dec, Flash 54.5
8:01AM
*Eurozone Jan Flash Services PMI 45.0 Vs. 46.4 In Dec, Flash 44.5
8:01AM
*Eurozone Jan Flash Composite Output Index 47.5 Vs. 49.1 In Dec, Flash 47.6
7:58AM
Euro Higher Ahead Of Eurozone PMI Data
7:48AM
*Euro Hits 3-day High Of 0.8906 Against Pound
7:48AM
German Private Sector Activity Expands At Slowest Pace In 7 Months
7:45AM
*Euro Appreciates To 8-day High Of 126.24 Against Yen
7:41AM
*Euro Jumps To 9-day High Of 1.2184 Against U.S. Dollar After German PMI Data
7:38AM
Euro Climbs After German PMI Data
7:37AM
Malaysia Consumer Prices Continues To Fall
7:36AM
*Hong Kong Q1 Business Expectations -17 Vs. -8 In Q4: Censtad Survey
7:32AM
*Germany Jan Flash Manufacturing PMI 57.0 Vs. 58.3 In Dec, Consensus 57.5
7:31AM
*Germany Jan Flash Services PMI 46.8 Vs. 47.0 In Dec, Consensus 45.3
7:31AM
*Germany Jan Flash Composite Output Index 50.8 Vs. 52.0 In Dec, Consensus 50.3
7:17AM
*France Jan Flash Composite Output Index 47.0 Vs. 49.5 In Dec, Consensus 49.0
7:16AM
*France Jan Flash Services PMI 46.5 Vs. 49.1 In Dec, Consensus 48.5
7:16AM
*France Jan Flash Manufacturing PMI 51.5 Vs. 51.1 In Dec, Consensus 50.5
7:11AM
*Taiwan Dec Jobless Rate 3.76% Vs. 3.77% In November
7:03AM
Australian Dollar Declines On Weak Retail Sales, Virus Worries
6:43AM
UK Budget Deficit Third Highest On Record In December
6:24AM
UK Retail Sales Rise Less Than Expected In December
6:06AM
Pound Falls Further After U.K. Retail Sales
6:03AM
*UK Dec PSNB Excld Banks GBP 34.1 Bln, Third Highest On Record
6:02AM
*UK Dec Retail Sales Excld Auto Fuel Up 6.4% On Year, Consensus 7%
6:01AM
*UK Dec Retail Sales Excld Auto Fuel Rise 0.4% On Month, Consensus +0.8%
6:01AM
*UK Dec Retail Sales Up 2.9% On Year, Consensus 4%
6:00AM
*UK Dec Retail Sales Rise 0.3% On Month, Consensus +1.2%
5:59AM
Pound Declines Ahead Of U.K. Retail Sales
4:31AM
Singapore House Prices Rise At Faster Pace In Q4
4:16AM
European Economics Preview: UK Retail Sales, PSNB, PMI Data Due
3:06AM
*Malaysia Dec CPI -1.4% On Year Vs. -1.7% In November
11:49PM
Australia Retail Sales Sink 4.2% In December
11:44PM
Japan Manufacturing PMI Slips To 49.7 In December - Jibun
11:32PM
*Australia Retail Sales -4.2% On Month In December
11:31PM
*Japan Manufacturing PMI 49.7 In January; Services PMI 45.7 - Jibun
10:44PM
Japan Overall Inflation Sinks 1.2% On Year In December
10:34PM
*Japan Overall Inflation -1.2% On Year In December; Core CPI -1.0% On Year
10:14PM
New Zealand Inflation Climbs 1.4% On Year In Q4
9:44PM
New Zealand Consumer Prices Rise 1.4% On Year In Q4
9:24PM
Australia Manufacturing PMI Jumps In January - Markit
9:19PM
New Zealand Manufacturing PMI Sinks To 48.7 In December - BusinessNZ
9:02PM
Dollar Extends Slide Against Peers
9:01PM
*Australia Manufacturing PMI 55.2 In January; Services PMI 55.8 - Markit
8:59PM
Japan Inflation Data Due On Friday
8:46PM
*New Zealand Consumer Prices +0.5% On Quarter, +1.4% On Year In Q4
8:37PM
*New Zealand Business PMI 48.7 In December - BusinessNZ
7:31PM
Treasuries Moved Modestly Lower On Upbeat Economic Data
7:18PM
Oil Futures Settle Lower As Demand Concerns Weigh
6:42PM
Gold Futures Settle Slightly Lower
4:23PM
Treasury Announces Details Of 2-Year, 5-Year And 7-Year Note Auctions
3:18PM
ECB's Lagarde Says Downside Risks To Eurozone Growth Outlook Less Pronounced
2:35PM
South Africa Central Bank Holds Rate Steady In Split Vote
2:23PM
Eurozone Consumer Confidence Weakens More Than Expected
2:16PM
*Eurozone Jan Flash Consumer Confidence -15.5 Vs. -13.9 In Dec, Consensus -15
1:55PM
Philly Fed Index Rebounds Much More Than Expected In January
1:54PM
Euro Climbs After ECB Maintains Interest Rates, Emergency Bond Buying Scheme
1:47PM
*S. Africa Central Bank Holds Key Rate Unchanged At 3.5% As Expected
1:44PM
U.S. Housing Starts, Building Permits Jump To 14-Year Highs In December
1:43PM
ECB Leaves Rates And QE Unchanged, Vows Readiness To Adjust Tools When Needed
1:29PM
U.S. Jobless Claims Pull Back More Than Expected To 900,000
1:25PM
*ECB's Lagarde: Risks Surrounding EZ Growth Outlook Remain Tilted To Downside But Less Pronounced