Economic Data Calls for February 13, 2020

Weekly Calendar Calls

Here’s what we are looking for in tomorrow’s economic reports (February 13, 2020) — Good Luck Trading!

1. US CPI (08:30 ET) Bearish USD — Potential downside surprise as gas prices fell sharply in Jan.

2. NZ Business PMI (16:30 ET) No Trade — Last month, trade balance improved despite PMI drop & that could be reflected in this month’s report

Economic Data Calls for November 13, 2019

Weekly Calendar Calls

Here’s what we are looking for in tomorrow’s economic reports (November 13, 2019) — Good Luck Trading!

1. RBNZ Rate Decision (20:00 ET) No Trade — Rate decisions are best traded reactively. We expect RBNZ to cut or maintain dovishness

2. GE CPI Revisions (02:00 ET) No Trade — Revisions are hard to predict but changes can be market moving

3. UK CPI (04:30 ET) Bearish GBP — Manufacturing and service sectors report weaker price growth

4. EZ Industrial Production (05:00 ET) Bearish EUR — Potential downside risk given lower IP in Germany

5. US CPI (08:30 ET) Bullish USD — Potential upside given higher oil prices and steady gas prices

Economic Data Calls for Sept 13, 2019

Weekly Calendar Calls

Here’s what we are looking for in tomorrow’s economic reports (Sept 13, 2019) — Good Luck Trading!

1. NZ Business PMI Index (18:30 ET) Bearish NZD — Potential downside surprise given sharp drop in ANZ business confidence index

2. EZ Trade Balance (05:00 ET) Bullish EUR — Potential upside surprise given rise in German and French trade balance

3. US Retail sales (08:30 ET) No trade — Drop in Redbook retail sales and higher average hourly earnings forecast points to stronger release but forecast is low

4. US University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index (10:00 ET) Bearish USD — Potential weakness given Dow volatility and ongoing trade tensions

Economic Data Calls for August 13, 2019

Weekly Calendar Calls

Here’s what we are looking for in tomorrow’s economic reports (August 13, 2019) — Good Luck Trading!

1. German CPI (02:00 ET) No Trade — Revisions are difficult to predict but changes can be market moving

2. UK Employment Report (04:30 ET) Bearish GBP — Looking for downside surprise given after manufacturing sector reports 4th straight drop in employment. Service and construction sector also reports job losses

3. German ZEW Survey (05:00 ET) Bearish EUR — Potential downside surprise as sentiment will be dented by trade tensions

4. US CPI (08:30 ET) Bearish USD — Lower US PPI, gas and oil prices points to weaker CPI

Economic Data Calls for June 13, 2019

Weekly Calendar Calls

Here’s what we are looking for in tomorrow’s economic reports (June 13, 2019) — Good Luck Trading!

1. AU Employment Report (21:30 ET) Bullish AUD – Potential upside surprise given increase in employment component of manufacturing, services and construction PMI

2. GE CPI (02:00 ET) No Trade – Revisions are hard to predict but changes can be market moving

3. Swiss National Bank Rate Decision (03:30 ET) No Trade – SNB will remain dovish and stress the need to easy policy

4. EZ Industrial Production (05:00 ET) Bearish EUR – Likely to be weaker given sharp drop in German industrial production

Economic Data Calls for March 13, 2019

Weekly Calendar Calls

Here’s what we are looking for in tomorrow’s economic reports (March 13, 2019) — Good Luck Trading!

1. Chinese Industrial Production & Retail Sales (10:00 ET) No Trade – Chinese data is difficult to predict but can be very market moving

2. German CPI (03:00 ET) No Trade – Revisions are difficult to predict but can be market moving

3. US New Home Sales (10:00 ET) Bearish USD – Potential for upside surprise as months of good data should be followed by weakness

Economic Data Calls for March 13, 2019

Weekly Calendar Calls

Here’s what we are looking for in tomorrow’s economic reports (March 12, 2019) — Good Luck Trading!

1. EZ Industrial Production (06:00 ET) Bearish EUR – Potential for downside surprise given drop in German IP

2. US PPI and Durable Goods (08:30 ET) No Trade – Potential for upside surprise given sharp recovery in gas prices but CPI growth was less than expected