Economic Data Calls for August 26, 2019

Weekly Calendar Calls

Here’s what we are looking for in tomorrow’s economic reports (August 26, 2019) — Good Luck Trading!

1. NZ Trade Balance (18:45 ET) Bearish NZD — Potential downside surprise given weaker manufacturing activity

2. German IFO (04:00 ET) Bullish EUR — Potential downside surprise given major weakness in ZEW and industrial production but ZEW higher

Weekly Forex Trading Calendar for August 26, 2019

Weekly Calendar Calls

We have just posted our weekly news trading calendar for the week of August 26, 2019. 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 March 26, 2019

Weekly Calendar Calls

Here’s what we are looking for in tomorrow’s economic reports (March 26, 2019) — Good Luck Trading!

1. NZ Trade Balance (17:45 ET) Bullish NZD – Potential upside surprise given higher business PMI index

2. US Housing Starts, Building Permits (08:30 ET) Bearish USD – Housing market has peaked so potential downside surprise

3. US Consumer Confidence Index (10:00 ET) Bullish USD – Potential upside surprise given higher University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index

Economic Data Calls for Feb 26, 2019

Weekly Calendar Calls

Here’s what we are looking for in tomorrow’s economic reports (Feb 26, 2019) — Good Luck Trading!

1. US Housing Starts & Building Permits (08:30 ET) Bearish USD – House prices are falling in the uS and the data is expected to reflect that

2. US Consumer Confidence (10:00 ET) Bullish USD – Potential upside surprise given rise in stocks and University of Michigan Index

3. US Fed Chair Powell Testimony (10:00 ET) No Trade – Biggest event of the day, tough call. Powell should be less hawkish but tariff extension could ease their concerns

4. NZ Trade Balance (14:45 ET) Bearish NZD – Potential downside surprise given weaker manufacturing PMI