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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.
Thursday, 3 December, 2020
9:30PM
Philippines Data Due On Friday
9:00PM
Dollar Loses Further Ground Against Peers
7:26PM
Treasuries Move Back To The Upside Ahead Of Monthly Jobs Report
7:18PM
Oil Futures Recover After Early Weakness, Settle Moderately Higher
6:42PM
Gold Futures Settle Higher For 3rd Straight Day As Dollar Slides Again
3:50PM
Treasury Reveals Details Of Long-Term Securities Auctions
2:37PM
U.S. Service Sector Growth Slows Modestly In November
2:01PM
*ISM U.S. Services PMI Edges Down To 55.9 In November
1:26PM
U.S. Jobless Claims Drop Much More Than Expected To 712,000
12:37PM
Dollar Little Changed After U.S. Jobless Claims
12:35PM
U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Drop Much More Than Expected
12:30PM
*U.S. Initial Jobless Claims Drop To 712,000 In Week Ended 11/28
12:26PM
Dollar Drops Ahead Of U.S. Jobless Claims
11:44AM
*Brazil Q3 GDP Rises 7.7% On Quarter, Consensus 9%
11:44AM
*Brazil Q3 GDP Falls 3.9% On Year Vs. -10.9% In Q2, Consensus -3.5%
10:54AM
Euro Weakens After Eurozone Business Activity Contracts
10:49AM
South Africa Private Sector Growth Slows In November
10:49AM
Eurozone Retail Sales Rise More Than Expected
10:01AM
UK Service Sector Shrinks Less Than Estimated In November
9:55AM
Russia Service Sector Activity Falls At Softer Pace
9:41AM
Slovakia Retail Sales Growth Slows In October
9:40AM
Turkey Consumer Price Inflation, Producer Prices Rise In November
9:36AM
India Service Sector Growth Slows In November
9:35AM
Gold Gains On Dollar Weakness
9:35AM
Egypt Non-oil Private Sector Growth Slows In November
9:25AM
Oil Edges Lower As OPEC+ Resume Talks On Oil Policy
9:14AM
Eurozone Private Sector Returns To Contraction In November
9:14AM
Romania Retail Sales Rise Further
9:13AM
*Lebanon Nov PMI 42.4 Vs. 43.3 In October
9:12AM
*Ghana Nov PMI 52.5 Vs. 53.1 In October
9:01AM
*Eurozone Oct Retail Sales Up 4.3% On Year, Consensus 2.7%
9:01AM
*Eurozone Oct Retail Sales Rise 1.5% On Month, Consensus +0.8%
8:47AM
Hungary Retail Sales Fall For Third Month
8:46AM
Sweden Service Sector Expands For Fourth Month
8:35AM
Pound Little Changed After U.K. Composite PMI Data
8:32AM
*UK Nov Final Composite Output Index 49.0 Vs. 52.1 In Oct, Flash 47.4
8:32AM
*UK Nov Final Services PMI 47.6 Vs. 51.4 In Oct, Flash 45.8
8:31AM
Pound Mixed Ahead Of U.K. Composite PMI Data
8:06AM
Euro Little Changed After Eurozone PMI
8:01AM
*Eurozone Nov Final Services PMI 41.7 Vs. 46.9 In Oct, Flash 41.3
8:01AM
*Eurozone Nov Final Composite Output Index 45.3 Vs. 50.0 In Oct, Flash 45.1
7:56AM
*Germany Nov Final Composite PMI 51.7 Vs. 55.0 In Oct, Flash 52.0
7:55AM
*Germany Nov Final Services PMI 46.0. Vs. 49.5 In Oct, Flash 46.2
7:52AM
*France Nov Final Composite PMI 40.6 Vs. 47.5 In Oct, Flash 39.9
7:51AM
*France Nov Final Services PMI 38.8 Vs. 46.5 In Oct, Flash 38.0
7:47AM
*Italy Nov Composite PMI 42.7 Vs. 49.2 In October
7:47AM
*Italy Nov Services PMI 39.4 Vs. 46.7 In Oct, Consensus 41.3
7:43AM
Euro Mixed Ahead Of PMI Reports
7:35AM
Saudi Arabia Non-Oil Private Sector Grows For Third Month
7:20AM
Ireland Service Sector Falls Sharply In November
7:17AM
*Spain Nov Composite PMI 41.7 Vs. 44.1 In October
7:16AM
*Spain Nov Services PMI 39.5 Vs. 41.4 In Oct, Consensus 36.6
7:04AM
*Hungary Oct Retail Sales Up 1.2% On Month
7:02AM
*Hungary Oct Retail Sales -1.9% On Year Vs. -2.0% In September
6:39AM
*South Africa PMI 50.3 Vs. 51.0 In October: IHS Markit
6:37AM
*Sweden Nov Composite PMI 58.7 Vs. 56.2 In October
6:35AM
*Romania Oct Retail Sales +1.8% On Month Vs. +3.0% In September
6:34AM
*Sweden Nov Services PMI 58.6 Vs. 55.3 In October
6:33AM
*Romania Oct Retail Sales Up 5.7% On Year 4.7% In September
6:04AM
*Turkey Nov Producer Prices Rise 4.08% On Month
6:04AM
*Turkey Nov Producer Prices Up 23.11% On Year Vs. 18.2% In October
6:03AM
*Turkey Nov Consumer Prices Up 2.3% On Month, Consensus 1%
6:02AM
*Turkey Nov Inflation 14.03% Vs. 11.89% In Oct, Consensus 12.6%
5:14AM
*U.S. Dollar Falls To 0.8937 Against Franc, Lowest Since January 2015
5:13AM
*U.S. Dollar Drops To 1.3390 Against Pound
5:06AM
*Mozambique Nov PMI 49.4 Vs. 48.1 In October
5:05AM
*Uganda Nov PMI 53.9 Vs. 55.8 In October
5:03AM
*Russia Nov Composite PMI 47.8 Vs. 47.1 In October
5:03AM
*Russia Nov Services PMI 48.2 Vs. 46.9 In October
4:56AM
China's Service Sector Growth Strengthens In November
4:26AM
European Economics Preview: Eurozone Final PMI, Retail Sales Data Due
4:03AM
*India Nov Composite PMI 56.3 Vs. 58.0 In October
4:01AM
*India Nov Services PMI 53.7 Vs. 54.1 In October
3:59AM
*Egypt Nov PMI 50.9 Vs. 51.4 In October
3:20AM
*Saudi Arabia Nov PMI 54.7 Vs. 51.0 In October
2:22AM
*Ireland Nov Composite PMI 47.7 Vs. 49.0 In October
2:19AM
*Ireland Nov Services PMI 45.4 Vs. 48.3 In October
12:55AM
China Services Sector Picks Up Steam In November - Caixin
12:48AM
*China Services PMI 57.8, Composite 57.5 In November - Caixin
12:30AM
Australia Has A$7.456 Billion Trade Surplus In October
12:20AM
Hong Kong Private Sector Inches Into Expansion - Markit
12:10AM
Singapore Private Sector Weakens Further In November - Markit
12:05AM
Japan Services PMI Improves To 47.8 In November - Jibun
11:55PM
Australia Home Loans Rise 0.8% In October
11:45PM
Australia Posts A$7.456 Billion Trade Surplus In October
11:33PM
*Australia Imports +1.0% On Month, Exports +5.0% In October
11:33PM
*Australia Trade Surplus A$7.456 Billion In October
11:32PM
*Australia Home Loans +0.8% On Month In October
11:32PM
*Japan Services PMI 47.8 In November, Composite 48.1 - Jibun Bank
11:31PM
*Hong Kong Private Sector PMI 50.1 In November - Markit
11:31PM
*Singapore Private Sector PMI 46.7 In November - Markit
9:39PM
Australia Services PMI Improves To 55.1 In November - Markit
9:11PM
Dollar Continues To Exhibit Weakness
9:11PM
*Australia Services PMI 55.1, Composite 54.9 In November - Markit
9:00PM
New Zealand Building Permits Spike 8.8% In October
8:45PM
*New Zealand Building Permits +8.8% On Month In October
8:32PM
*Australia Performance Of Construction Index 55.3 In November - AiG
8:30PM
Australia Data On Tap For Thursday
7:24PM
Oil Futures Settle Notably Higher
7:06PM
Treasuries Edge Modestly Lower, Extending Yesterday's Decline