Economic Data Calls for 2/22/18

Weekly Calendar Calls

Here’s what we are looking for in tomorrow’s economic reports (Feb 22, 2018) — Good Luck Trading!

1. GE IFO Report (19:00 and 19:30 NY Time) Bearish EUR -- Potential for downside surprise given drop in PMI’s and ZEW

2. UK GDP (04:30 NY Time) No Trade -- Revisions to GDP are hard to predict but changes are market moving

3. CA Retail Sales (8:30 NY Time) Bearish CAD -- Potential for downside surprise given drop Wholesale Trade Sales

4. NZ Retail Sales (16:45 NY Time) Bullish NZD -- Potential for upside surprise given Stronger credit card sales

Economic Data Calls for 2/21/18

Weekly Calendar Calls

Here’s what we are looking for in tomorrow’s economic reports (Feb 21, 2018) — Good Luck Trading!

1. GE and EZ PMI’s (3:30 NY Time) -- Bullish EUR -- Potential for upside surprise given decline in ZEW Survey and Industrial Production

2. UK Employment Report (4:30 NY Time) -- Bullish GBP -- Potential for upside surprise given Services and manufacturing reported very strong job growth

3. US Existing Home Sales (10:00 NY Time) -- No Trade -- First housing data is hard to predict

4. FOMC Meeting Minutes (14:00 NY Time) -- No Trade -- Minutes are difficult to handicap but can be market moving

Economic Data Calls for 2/20/18

Weekly Calendar Calls

Here’s what we are looking for in tomorrow’s economic reports (Feb 20, 2018) — Good Luck Trading!

1. RBA Meeting Minutes (19:30 NY Time) -- No Trade -- We do not trade minutes

2. GE CPI (2:00 NY Time) -- Bullish EUR -- Potential for upside surprise given Increase in Wholesale Price Index

3. GE ZEW Survey (5:00 NY Time) -- Bearish EUR -- Potential for downside surprise given Investor confidence is likely to be sapped by market volatility

Weekly Forex Trading Calendar 02.19.2018

Weekly Calendar Calls

We have just posted our weekly news trading calendar for the week of Feb 19 2018. You can download the pdf and excel file by clicking on the Read More Link. These are soft biases on economic data and not trades that we directly trade or track like BK Swing and News.

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Economic Data Calls for 2/16/18

Weekly Calendar Calls

Here’s what we are looking for in tomorrow’s economic reports (Feb 16, 2018) — Good Luck Trading!

1. UK Retail Sales (4:30 NY Time) Bearish GBP -- Potential for downside surprise given Lower CBI and BRC retail sales reports

2. US Housing Starts and Building Permits (08:30 NY Time) No Trade -- Starts and permits are hard to predict but can be market moving

3. US U. of Mich. Sentiment Report (10:00 NY Time) Bullish USD -- Potential for upside surprise given Higher IBD TIPP index means confidence improved. Survey taken before stock drop

Economic Data Calls for 2/15/18

Weekly Calendar Calls

Here’s what we are looking for in tomorrow’s economic reports (Feb 15, 2018) — Good Luck Trading!

1. AU Consumer Inflation Report and Employment Report (19:00 and 19:30 NY Time) Bearish AUD -- Potential for downside surprise given Weaker manufacturing and construction employment. Stronger services

2. EZ Trade Balance (5:00 NY Time) Bearish EUR -- Potential for downside surprise given Weaker French and German trade

3. US Empire Manufacturing and PPI Final Demand (08:30 NY Time) No Trade -- First manufacturing release is hard to predict but can be market moving

4. NZ Manufacturing PMI (16:30 NY Time) Bearish EUR -- Potential for downside surprise given Strong NZD could dampen activity

Economic Data Calls for 2/14/18

Weekly Calendar Calls

Here’s what we are looking for in tomorrow’s economic reports (Feb 14, 2018) — Good Luck Trading!

1. GE GDP and CPI (2:00 NY Time) -- Bearish EUR -- Potential for downside surprise given Significantly weaker retail sales and trade activity

2. EZ Industrial Production and GDP (5:00 NY Time) -- No Trade -- While important EZ GDP released same day as GE GDP so hard to predict

3. US CPI, Retail Sales Advance and Real Average Weekly Earnings (8:30 NY Time) -- Bullish USD -- Potential for upside surprise given Retail sales unchanged from month ago. Wages marginally lower. Gas prices up strongly