Economic Data Calls for 11/23/17

Weekly Calendar Calls

Here’s what we are looking for in tomorrow’s economic reports (Nov 23, 2017) — Good Luck Trading!

1. GE GDP Revisions (2:00 NY Time) -- No Trade -- Revisions to GDP are hard to predict but can be market moving

2. GE and EZ PMI’s (3:30 and 4:00 NY Time) Bearish EUR -- Potential for downside surprise given Weaker industrial production and factory orders. Slightly stronger ZEW

3. UK GDP Revision (4:30 NY Time) -- No Trade -- Revisions are hard to predict but can be market moving

4. CA Retail Sales (8:30 NY Time) Bearish CAD -- Potential for downside surprise given drop in wholesale sales

5. NZ Trade Balance (16:45 NY Time) Bearish NZD -- Potential for downside surprise given Weaker business confidence. Lower manufacturing PMI

Economic Data Calls for 11/22/17

Weekly Calendar Calls

Here’s what we are looking for in tomorrow’s economic reports (Nov 22, 2017) — Good Luck Trading!

1. UK Chancellor Presents Budget to Parliament (7:30 NY Time) -- No Trade -- Could be market moving but difficult to predict

2. US Durable Goods Orders and U. of Mich. Revision (8:30 and 10:00 NY Time) -- No Trade -- US data dump. Could trigger pre-holiday profit taking. But durable goods and revisions to University of Michigan Index are difficult to predict

3. FOMC Meeting Minutes (14:00 NY Time) -- No Trade -- Likely to be hawkish but we do not trade minutes

4. NZ Retail Sales Ex. Inflation (16:45 NY Time) Bearish AUD -- Potential for downside surprise given Weaker credit card spending

Economic Data Calls for 11/16/17

Weekly Calendar Calls

Here’s what we are looking for in tomorrow’s economic reports (Nov 16, 2017) — Good Luck Trading!

1. AU Consumer Inflation Expectations and Employment Report (19:00 and 19:30 NY Time) Bullish AUD -- Potential for upside surprise given Stronger manufacturing and services employment. Construction weaker

2. UK Retail Sales (4:30 NY Time) Bearish GBP -- Potential for downside surprise given Sharp drop in BRC retail sales and prices remained negative

3. EZ CPI (5:00 NY Time) Bearish EUR -- Potential for downside surprise given drop in GE CPI Revision

4. US Philadelphia Fed Business Outlook (8:30 NY Time) Bearish USD -- Potential for downside surprise given drop in Empire State Manufacturing

Economic Data Calls for 11/15/17

Weekly Calendar Calls

Here’s what we are looking for in tomorrow’s economic reports (Nov 15, 2017) — Good Luck Trading!

1. UK Employment Report (4:30 NY Time) -- No Trade -- Job growth in manufacturing increased but weakened in services and construction

2. EZ Trade Balance (5:00 NY Time) -- No Trade -- Weaker FR trade offset by stronger GE trade

3. US CPI, Empire Manufacturing and Retail Sales (8:30 NY Time) -- Bearish USD -- Potential for downside surprise given Lower gas prices. Wages down. Redbook retail sales down. CPI could be stronger because PPi was strong.

Economic Data Calls for 11/14/17

Weekly Calendar Calls

Here’s what we are looking for in tomorrow’s economic reports (Nov 14, 2017) — Good Luck Trading!

1. GE GDP and CPI (2:00 NY Time) -- Bearish EUR -- Potential for downside surprise given Significantly weaker retail sales, trade about even. CPI revisions are hard to predict.

2. UK CPI, RPI and PPI (4:30 NY Time) -- No Trade -- Manufacturing input/output prices accelerate. Prices higher in construction as well but weaker services prices

3. EZ GDP, Industrial Production and GE ZEW Survey (5:00 NY Time) -- No Trade -- ZEW is hard to predict. EZ GDP is released after GE GDP

4. US PPI Final Demand (8:30 NY Time) -- Bullish USD -- Potential for upside surprise given Sharp rise in import prices.

Economic Data Calls for 6/9/17

Weekly Calendar Calls

Here’s what we are looking for in tomorrow’s economic reports (Nov 9, 2017) — Good Luck Trading!

1. GE Trade and Current Account Balance (2:00 NY Time) Bearish EUR -- Potential for downside surprise given Lower PMI manufacturing index

2. Industrial Production, Manufacturing Production and Visible Trade Balance (4:30 NY Time) Bullish GBP -- Potential for upside surprise given Stronger PMI manufacturing index