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Economic Calendar

Time
Currency
Country
Impact
Events
Period
Actual
Forecast
Previous
01:00
EUR
Germany
Import Price Index m/m
April
-0.1%
0.4%
0.7%
01:00
EUR
Germany
Import Price Index y/y
April
-6.6%
-6.2%
-5.9%
01:45
EUR
France
Flash Gross Domestic Product q/q
Q2
0.6%
0.5%
0.5%
01:45
EUR
France
Flash Gross Domestic Product y/y
Q2
1.4%
1.3%
1.3%
01:45
EUR
France
Consumer Spending m/m
April
-0.1%
0.1%
1.1% R (0.2%)
01:45
EUR
France
Consumer Spending y/y
April
2.5%
2.7%
3.1% R (2.7%)
02:00
CHF
Switzerland
KOF Leading Indicator
April
102.9
102.8
102.6 R (102.7)
02:00
EUR
Spain
Consumer Price Index m/m
May
0.6%
-
0.7%
02:00
EUR
Spain
Flash Consumer Price Index y/y
May
-1.0%
-1.0%
-1.1%
02:00
EUR
Spain
Flash Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices y/y
May
-1.1%
-1.1%
-1.2%
02:00
EUR
Spain
Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices m/m
May
0.5%
-
0.5%
02:30
SEK
Sweden
Final Gross Domestic Product q/q
Q1
0.5%
0.7%
1.3%
02:30
SEK
Sweden
Final Gross Domestic Product y/y
Q1
4.2%
4.3%
4.5%
03:00
NOK
Norway
Retail Sales m/m
April
0.0%
1.0%
-0.7%
03:00
NOK
Norway
Unemployment Rate
April
4.7%
4.6%
4.7% R (4.6%)
03:00
EUR
Italy
Producer Price Index m/m
April
-0.9%
-
0.2%
03:00
EUR
Italy
Producer Price Index y/y
April
-4.5%
-
-3.9%
04:00
EUR
Eurozone
Business Climate Indicator
May
0.26
0.2
0.15 R (0.13)
04:00
EUR
Eurozone
Consumer Confidence
May
-7
-7
-7
04:00
EUR
Eurozone
Economic Confidence
May
104.7
104.5
104.0 R (103.9)
04:00
EUR
Eurozone
Industrial Confidence
May
-3.6
-3.2
-3.6 R (-3.7)
07:00
EUR
Germany
Preliminary Consumer Price Index m/m
May
0.3%
0.3%
-0.4%
07:00
EUR
Germany
Preliminary Consumer Price Index y/y
May
0.1%
0.1%
-0.1%
07:00
EUR
Germany
Preliminary Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices m/m
May
0.4%
0.2%
-0.5%
07:00
EUR
Germany
Preliminary Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices y/y
May
0.0%
-0.2%
-0.3%
07:30
CAD
Canada
Current Account
Q1
-16.8 B CAD
-
-15.7 B CAD R (-15.4 B CAD)
07:30
CAD
Canada
Industrial Production Price Index m/m
April
-0.5%
0.4%
-0.6%
07:30
CAD
Canada
Raw Material Price Index m/m
April
0.7%
1.1%
4.5%
18:30
JPY
Japan
Household Spending y/y
April
 
-1.4%
-5.3%
18:30
JPY
Japan
Unemployment Rate
April
 
3.2%
3.2%
18:50
JPY
Japan
Industrial Production m/m
April
 
-1.5%
3.8%
18:50
JPY
Japan
Industrial Production y/y
April
 
-5.1%
0.2%
19:00
NZD
New Zealand
NBNZ Business Confidence
May
 
-
6.2
20:30
AUD
Australia
Building Approvals m/m
April
 
-3.0%
3.7%
20:30
AUD
Australia
Current Account Balance
Q1
 
-19.4 B AUD
-21.1 B AUD
20:30
AUD
Australia
Private Sector Credit m/m
April
 
0.5%
0.4%
22:00
NZD
New Zealand
M3 Money Supply y/y
April
 
-
7.8%
23:00
JPY
Japan
Housing Starts y/y
April
 
4.0%
8.4%
01:00
Import Price Index m/m
GermanyEUR
Period
April
Actual
-0.1%
Forecast
0.4%
Previous
0.7%
The indices of foreign trade prices measure the average development of the prices of all products traded between Germany and foreign countries. Foreign trade prices are collected monthly among a representative sample of reporting units. The import price index is applied to estimate the price impact on the domestic price level from abroad. About 2 930 companies are asked for their import prices regarding a total of 5 947 commodities. The price data refers to the average prices of all comparable contracts concluded in the reference month. Public duties (customs, levies, monetary compensatory amounts, import turnover tax for imports, as well as turnover tax, excise duties and export subsidies for exports) are not included in the prices. This is the percentage change, compared with the previous month.
01:00
Import Price Index y/y
GermanyEUR
Period
April
Actual
-6.6%
Forecast
-6.2%
Previous
-5.9%
The indices of foreign trade prices measure the average development of the prices of all products traded between Germany and foreign countries. Foreign trade prices are collected monthly among a representative sample of reporting units. The import price index is applied to estimate the price impact on the domestic price level from abroad. About 2 930 companies are asked for their import prices regarding a total of 5 947 commodities. The price data refers to the average prices of all comparable contracts concluded in the reference month. Public duties (customs, levies, monetary compensatory amounts, import turnover tax for imports, as well as turnover tax, excise duties and export/import subsidies for exports/imports) are not included in the prices. This is the percentage change, compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
01:45
Flash Gross Domestic Product q/q
FranceEUR
Period
Q2
Actual
0.6%
Forecast
0.5%
Previous
0.5%
French quarterly national accountants compile both transactions in goods and services and distributive transactions and ensure their consistency. From the expenditure side, GDP can be measured as follows: GDP = private final consumption expenditure + government final consumption expenditure + gross fixed capital formation + changes in inventories+ acquisition less disposal of valuables + exports - imports. The accounts for each quarter are released in three publications. The first, entitled 'advance estimate', is released 42 or 43 days after the end of the quarter and gives an estimation of the quarterly growth of gross domestic product (GDP) at 1995 prices, working-day and seasonally adjusted. The second, entitled 'preliminary figures', is issued 50 days after the end of the quarter. It provides an early estimate of transactions in goods and services (trade, output, final consumption, gross fixed capital formation, changes in inventories) working-day and seasonally adjusted, broken down into 16 industries or products. The last publication, called 'detailed figures', is released 90 days after the end of the quarter - and provides full information on transactions in goods and services, and on the accounts for households and enterprises, working-day and seasonally adjusted.
01:45
Flash Gross Domestic Product y/y
FranceEUR
Period
Q2
Actual
1.4%
Forecast
1.3%
Previous
1.3%
French quarterly national accountants compile both transactions in goods and services and distributive transactions and ensure their consistency. From the expenditure side, GDP can be measured as follows: GDP = private final consumption expenditure + government final consumption expenditure + gross fixed capital formation + changes in inventories+ acquisition less disposal of valuables + exports - imports. The accounts for each quarter are released in three publications. The first, entitled 'advance estimate', is released 42 or 43 days after the end of the quarter and gives an estimation of the quarterly growth of gross domestic product (GDP) at 1995 prices, working-day and seasonally adjusted. The second, entitled 'preliminary figures', is issued 50 days after the end of the quarter. It provides an early estimate of transactions in goods and services (trade, output, final consumption, gross fixed capital formation, changes in inventories) working-day and seasonally adjusted, broken down into 16 industries or products. The last publication, called 'detailed figures', is released 90 days after the end of the quarter - and provides full information on transactions in goods and services, and on the accounts for households and enterprises, working-day and seasonally adjusted.
01:45
Consumer Spending m/m
FranceEUR
Period
April
Actual
-0.1%
Forecast
0.1%
Previous
1.1% R (0.2%)
It measures change in the total value of inflation-adjusted goods expenditures by consumers. It provides a short-term picture of household behaviour. It focuses on 'household expenditure,' which is relevant for short-term economic analysis. Household expenditures on other products, as well as general-government expenditures, are published quarterly as part of the set of quarterly national accounts. This is the percentage change compared with the previous month.
01:45
Consumer Spending y/y
FranceEUR
Period
April
Actual
2.5%
Forecast
2.7%
Previous
3.1% R (2.7%)
It measures change in the total value of inflation-adjusted goods expenditures by consumers. It provides a short-term picture of household behaviour. It focuses on 'household expenditure,' which is relevant for short-term economic analysis. Household expenditures on other products, as well as general-government expenditures, are published quarterly as part of the set of quarterly national accounts. This is the percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
02:00
KOF Leading Indicator
SwitzerlandCHF
Period
April
Actual
102.9
Forecast
102.8
Previous
102.6 R (102.7)
KOF (Konjunkturforschungsstelle) Leading Indicator (KOF economic barometer) is based on a multi-sectoral design with three modules: The Core GDP module (GDP excluding construction and banking), the Construction module, and the Banking module. The Core GDP accounts for 92% of total economic output. Within the barometer, the Core GDP module is presented by the sub-modules: Export Destination EU, Swiss Industry and Swiss Consumption.
02:00
Consumer Price Index m/m
SpainEUR
Period
May
Actual
0.6%
Forecast
-
Previous
0.7%
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is a statistical measure of the evolution of the prices of goods and services consumed by the population that reside in family dwellings in Spain. This is the percentage change compared with the previous month.
02:00
Flash Consumer Price Index y/y
SpainEUR
Period
May
Actual
-1.0%
Forecast
-1.0%
Previous
-1.1%
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is a statistical measure of the evolution of the prices of goods and services consumed by the population that reside in family dwellings in Spain. This is the flash reading, showing percentage change as compared to the corresponding period of the previous year.
02:00
Flash Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices y/y
SpainEUR
Period
May
Actual
-1.1%
Forecast
-1.1%
Previous
-1.2%
The Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices (HICP) is a statistical indicator whose objective is to provide a common measurement of inflation which facilitates carrying out international comparisons and therefore examines compliance with fulfilment of the Maastricht Treaty demands for entrance into European Monetary Union. This is the flash percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
02:00
Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices m/m
SpainEUR
Period
May
Actual
0.5%
Forecast
-
Previous
0.5%
The Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices (HICP) is a statistical indicator whose objective is to provide a common measurement of inflation which facilitates carrying out international comparisons and therefore examines compliance with fulfilment of the Maastricht Treaty demands for entrance into European Monetary Union. This is the percentage change compared with the previous month.
02:30
Final Gross Domestic Product q/q
SwedenSEK
Period
Q1
Actual
0.5%
Forecast
0.7%
Previous
1.3%
Gross domestic product is an estimate of the value of goods and services produced in a country as far as they are not used as input for the production of other goods or services, in other words it is the value added. From the production side it shows how the sum of value added is distributed over sectors and activities. Gross domestic product on the expenditure side shows how GDP is distributed with respect to consumption, capital formation and foreign trade. It can be measured as follows: GDP = private final consumption expenditure + government final consumption expenditure + gross fixed capital formation + changes in inventories+ acquisition less disposal of valuables + exports - imports. This is the final value, estimated as a percentage change compared with the previous quarter.
02:30
Final Gross Domestic Product y/y
SwedenSEK
Period
Q1
Actual
4.2%
Forecast
4.3%
Previous
4.5%
Gross domestic product is an estimate of the value of goods and services produced in a country as far as they are not used as input for the production of other goods or services, in other words it is the value added. From the production side it shows how the sum of value added is distributed over sectors and activities. Gross domestic product on the expenditure side shows how GDP is distributed with respect to consumption, capital formation and foreign trade. It can be measured as follows: GDP = private final consumption expenditure + government final consumption expenditure + gross fixed capital formation + changes in inventories+ acquisition less disposal of valuables + exports - imports. This is the final value, estimated as a percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
03:00
Retail Sales m/m
NorwayNOK
Period
April
Actual
0.0%
Forecast
1.0%
Previous
-0.7%
Retail trade is defined as the sale of merchandise in a business' own name and for its own account, predominately for personal use or private households, from permanent shops or markets etc. Also included in this definition is the sale of motor vehicles and motorcycles for personal use and fuel for these, and sales to private persons and private households by means of an agent. Retail trade also includes the sale of office machinery and equipment, paints, timber etc. where these products are sold directly for private use. A sample of about 13 200 units is selected from the population of retail trade establishments in the VAT register, representing about a quarter of all units. This includes a sub-sample of 10 200 chain stores with direct reporting from head office. This is the percentage change compared with the previous month.
03:00
Unemployment Rate
NorwayNOK
Period
April
Actual
4.7%
Forecast
4.6%
Previous
4.7% R (4.6%)
Employed is defined as persons with income from work. Unemployed is defined as persons with no income-earning work, but who are seeking work and can start working immediately. The percentage is calculated from the labour force. Labour force is the total of the employed and unemployed. There are two measurements of unemployment in Norway: Figures for registered unemployment at the Directorate Of Labour and Statistics Norway's figures based on the Labour Force Survey. The difference between the figures is that the survey includes unemployed persons who do not register with the employment service and some of those on labour market measures.
03:00
Producer Price Index m/m
ItalyEUR
Period
April
Actual
-0.9%
Forecast
-
Previous
0.2%
The producer price index for industrial products measures the change in output prices at the first trading level. Price quotations refer to goods sold on the domestic market excluding duties, VAT and any other fees paid by the buyer. Products included refer to the whole industrial sector with the exception of construction, building of ships and boats, manufacture of aircraft and spacecraft, manufacture of railways and military equipment. The prices of the products included in the basket are classified into 1102 items. The information is collected from 3 667 enterprises and some 12600 prices are observed each month. This is the percentage change compared with the previous month.
03:00
Producer Price Index y/y
ItalyEUR
Period
April
Actual
-4.5%
Forecast
-
Previous
-3.9%
The producer price index for industrial products measures the change in output prices at the first trading level. Price quotations refer to goods sold on the domestic market excluding duties, VAT and any other fees paid by the buyer. Products included refer to the whole industrial sector with the exception of construction, building of ships and boats, manufacture of aircraft and spacecraft, manufacture of railways and military equipment. The prices of the products included in the basket are classified into 1102 items. The information is collected from 3 667 enterprises and some 12600 prices are observed each month. This is the percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
04:00
Business Climate Indicator
EurozoneEUR
Period
May
Actual
0.26
Forecast
0.2
Previous
0.15 R (0.13)
Business and consumer surveys - Economic sentiment indicator. The Directorate General for Economic and Financial Affairs (DG ECFIN) conducts regular harmonised surveys for different sectors of the economies in the European Union (EU) and in the applicant countries. They are addressed to representatives of the industry (manufacturing), the services, retail trade and construction sectors, as well as to consumers. These surveys allow comparisons among different countries' business cycles and have become an indispensable tool for monitoring the evolution of the EU and the Euro area economies, as well as monitoring developments in the applicant countries.
04:00
Consumer Confidence
EurozoneEUR
Period
May
Actual
-7
Forecast
-7
Previous
-7
It is one of the components of the Economic Sentiment Indicator.
04:00
Economic Confidence
EurozoneEUR
Period
May
Actual
104.7
Forecast
104.5
Previous
104.0 R (103.9)
The Economic Sentiment Indicator (ESI) is a composite indicator made up of five sectoral confidence indicators with different weights: Industrial confidence indicator, Services confidence indicator, Consumer confidence indicator, Construction confidence indicator Retail trade confidence indicator. Confidence indicators are arithmetic means of seasonally adjusted balances of answers to a selection of questions closely related to the reference variable they are supposed to track (e.g. industrial production for the industrial confidence indicator). Surveys are defined within the Joint Harmonised EU Program of Business and Consumer Surveys.
04:00
Industrial Confidence
EurozoneEUR
Period
May
Actual
-3.6
Forecast
-3.2
Previous
-3.6 R (-3.7)
It is one of the components of the Economic Sentiment Indicator.
07:00
Preliminary Consumer Price Index m/m
GermanyEUR
Period
May
Actual
0.3%
Forecast
0.3%
Previous
-0.4%
The consumer price index for Germany measures the average price change for all goods and services purchased by households for consumption purposes. The consumer price index provides an overall picture of price rises in Germany. The index covers all types of households, all regions in Germany and all goods and services which are in demand in those places - rents, food, clothing and also motor vehicles and services such as hairdresser, dry cleaning or repairs. Calculating the consumer price index is based on a basket of goods and services which includes all goods and services that are relevant components of consumption in Germany. The basket is continuously updated in order to include the goods which are frequently bought by consumers in the current price observation. This is the preliminary percentage change compared with the previous month.
07:00
Preliminary Consumer Price Index y/y
GermanyEUR
Period
May
Actual
0.1%
Forecast
0.1%
Previous
-0.1%
The consumer price index for Germany measures the average price change for all goods and services purchased by households for consumption purposes. The consumer price index provides an overall picture of price rises in Germany. The index covers all types of households, all regions in Germany and all goods and services which are in demand in those places - rents, food, clothing and also motor vehicles and services such as hairdresser, dry cleaning or repairs. Calculating the consumer price index is based on a basket of goods and services which includes all goods and services that are relevant components of consumption in Germany. The basket is continuously updated in order to include the goods which are frequently bought by consumers in the current price observation. This is the preliminary percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
07:00
Preliminary Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices m/m
GermanyEUR
Period
May
Actual
0.4%
Forecast
0.2%
Previous
-0.5%
The Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices is used to measure inflation in the context of international, mostly inner-European comparisons. Its calculation, which relies on Harmonised concepts, methods and procedures, reflects the development of prices in the individual states based on national consumption patterns. In particular, the prices collected for the German consumer price index are also used to calculate the German Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices. The difference in coverage between the German price index for Germany and the German Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices consists mainly in the additional inclusion of owner-occupied residential property and motor vehicle tax in the German price index for Germany. This is the preliminary percentage change, compared with the previous month.
07:00
Preliminary Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices y/y
GermanyEUR
Period
May
Actual
0.0%
Forecast
-0.2%
Previous
-0.3%
The Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices is used to measure inflation in the context of international, mostly inner-European comparisons. Its calculation, which relies on Harmonised concepts, methods and procedures, reflects the development of prices in the individual states based on national consumption patterns. In particular, the prices collected for the German consumer price index are also used to calculate the German Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices. The difference in coverage between the German price index for Germany and the German Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices consists mainly in the additional inclusion of owner-occupied residential property and motor vehicle tax in the German price index for Germany. This is the preliminary percentage change, compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
07:30
Current Account
CanadaCAD
Period
Q1
Actual
-16.8 B CAD
Forecast
-
Previous
-15.7 B CAD R (-15.4 B CAD)
This records transactions between Canadian residents and non-residents, allocated between the current account and the capital and financial account. The transactions represent the exchanges and transfers of economic values between Canadian residents and non-residents viewed from a Canadian perspective. The economic values exchanged or transferred can be goods, services, investment income or financial claims. The transactions are presented using a double entry accounting system in which two entries should be recorded simultaneously for each transaction. The two entries are used to recognize the giving and receiving sides of every transaction. A minus sign '-' is used for an import, or for a capital outflow arising from an increase in Canadian assets abroad or a decrease in Canadian liabilities to non-residents. A plus sign '+' is used for an export, or for a capital inflow arising from a decrease in Canadian assets abroad or an increase in Canadian liabilities to non-residents.
07:30
Industrial Production Price Index m/m
CanadaCAD
Period
April
Actual
-0.5%
Forecast
0.4%
Previous
-0.6%
The Industrial Product Price Index (IPPI) reflects the prices that producers in Canada receive as the goods leave the plant gate. It does not reflect what the consumer pays. Unlike the Consumer Price Index, the IPPI excludes indirect taxes and all the costs that occur between the time a good leaves the plant and the time the final user takes possession of it, including the transportation, wholesale, and retail costs. Many prices collected to calculate the IPPI are quoted in US dollars and then converted into Canadian dollars. Therefore, a rise or fall in the value of the Canadian dollar against its US counterpart affects the IPPI. This is the percentage change compared with the previous month.
07:30
Raw Material Price Index m/m
CanadaCAD
Period
April
Actual
0.7%
Forecast
1.1%
Previous
4.5%
The Raw Materials Price Index (RMPI) measures price changes for raw materials purchased by industries in Canada for further processing. As a purchasers' price index, prices include all charges purchasers incur to bring a commodity to the establishment gate. Thus transportation charges, net taxes paid, and custom duties are all included, as well as the effects of subsidies, if any are paid to the purchaser. The index provides the movement in prices for a group of major inputs into goods produced in Canada. It helps cover the spectrum of price changes in the Canadian economy, and is valuable directly and in relation to the price movements of products derived in part from these materials. The RMPI basket weights are generally updated every five years. This is the percentage change compared with the previous month.
18:30
Household Spending y/y
JapanJPY
Period
April
Actual
 
Forecast
-1.4%
Previous
-5.3%
The survey unit is the household except one-person household of student in the entire area of Japan. The sample households are selected based on the three-stage stratified sampling method. The sampling units at three stages are namely, the municipality (i.e. city, town and village), the survey unit area and the household. Data are obtained in four kinds of questionnaires, namely, Household Schedule, Family Account Book, Yearly Income Schedule and Savings Schedule. Enumerators fill in the Household Schedule with the number of household members, occupation and industry of earners, type of the dwelling, etc. Households are requested to fill in the Family Account Books with daily income and expenditures. For workers' households and households of the head not working, both incomes and expenditures in cash and in kind are recorded, while for other households (except for households of the head not working) cash payment and consumption in kind only. This is the percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
18:30
Unemployment Rate
JapanJPY
Period
April
Actual
 
Forecast
3.2%
Previous
3.2%
Unemployment rate = (Unemployed person) / (Labour force) * 100; Labour force: Employed person and unemployed person among population of 15 years old or more; Employed person: Employed person at work and employed person not at work; Employed person at work: All persons who worked for pay or profit, or worked as unpaid family workers for at least one hour during the reference week; Employed person not at work: Among the persons with jobs but not at work during the reference week; Unemployed person: Persons who satisfy the following conditions: with no job and did no work at all during the reference week (other than employed person); ready to work if work is available; and did any job seeking activity or preparing to start business during the reference week (including waiting the outcome of the job seeking activity done in the past).
18:50
Industrial Production m/m
JapanJPY
Period
April
Actual
 
Forecast
-1.5%
Previous
3.8%
The indices measure monthly changes in the production and relate to the physical quantity of commodities produced by industrial enterprises. They are published by Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI). Data are derived from the Current Survey of Production. 530 commodity items are covered by the survey. This is the percentage change compared with the previous month.
18:50
Industrial Production y/y
JapanJPY
Period
April
Actual
 
Forecast
-5.1%
Previous
0.2%
The indices measure yearly changes in the production and relate to the physical quantity of commodities produced by industrial enterprises. They are published by Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI). Data are derived from the Current Survey of Production. 530 commodity items are covered by the survey. This is the percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
19:00
NBNZ Business Confidence
New ZealandNZD
Period
May
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
6.2
The results of a monthly survey of 1 500 businesses nationwide. Business Outlook analyses where the economy will be going over the next 12 months. The publication is written for business people who can see at a glance how business confidence is stacking up, what export sales are up to, how the labour market is doing, and a whole lot more. The National Bank Business Outlook is a key leading barometer for the economy. It relies on the input of New Zealand businesses and this input has proven to be very adept at picking economic developments. The Business Outlook is a monthly survey with around 700 respondents.
20:30
Building Approvals m/m
AustraliaAUD
Period
April
Actual
 
Forecast
-3.0%
Previous
3.7%
This indicator shows the number of permits for new construction projects. It implies the movement of corporate investments (the Australian economic development). Building construction is important because it produces an additional economic activity - jobs are created for the construction workers, subcontractors and inspectors are hired, and various construction services are purchased by the builder. A high reading is positive for the AUD. This is the percent change from the previous month.
20:30
Current Account Balance
AustraliaAUD
Period
Q1
Actual
 
Forecast
-19.4 B AUD
Previous
-21.1 B AUD
Deze indicator vertegenwoordigt het verschil (in AUD) in de waarde tusssen de ingevoerde en uitgevoerde goederen, diensten, geldstromen, unilaterale overdrachten tijdens het afgelopen kwartaal. Een positieve waarde (een overschot op de lopende rekening) vertoont dat de stroom van kapitaal die in Australië binnenkomt overtreft deze die het land verlaat. Een negatieve waarde (een tekort op de lopende rekening) betekent dat er een netto kapitaaluitstroom is. Deze indicator vertoont hoe de Australische economie samenwerkt met de rest van de wereld.
20:30
Private Sector Credit m/m
AustraliaAUD
Period
April
Actual
 
Forecast
0.5%
Previous
0.4%
This indicator measures the change in the total credit provided to the private sector by financial intermediaries. It consists of three components: Housing sector credit, Personal credit and Business credit. Borrowing and spending are positively correlated - consumers and businesses tend to seek credit when they are confident in their future financial position and feel comfortable spending money. This is the percent change from the previous month.
22:00
M3 Money Supply y/y
New ZealandNZD
Period
April
Actual
 
Forecast
-
Previous
7.8%
M3 is the broadest monetary aggregate. It represents all New Zealand dollar funding of M3 institutions and any Reserve Bank repos with non-M3 institutions. M3 consists of notes & coin held by the public plus NZ dollar funding minus inter-M3 institutional claims and minus central government deposits. An expansion in the monetary base is generally inflationary. This is the percentage change compared with the corresponding period in the previous year.
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Housing Starts y/y
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Period
April
Actual
 
Forecast
4.0%
Previous
8.4%
These statistics provide one of the representative indices for following trends in housing investment and summarises the number of housing starts at different time points, moreover the statistics have different categories of housing covering owner-occupied relationship such as possessed house, house for rent, subjects of investors, structures, and regions. There are two types of construction: 1: New dwelling construction. In new dwelling construction, new dwelling (including those rebuilt on new premises or new sections of a dwelling) is built by new construction, addition or renovation. 2: Others. These are cases when a new section of a dwelling is not built by addition or renovation. In relation to fluctuations in the economy, it is considered that rising housing starts are a precursor to a rise in the economy.

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