21 November, 2019 - 22 November, 2019
|Today, 21 November, 2019|
|12:30||HIGH||ECB Monetary Policy Meeting Accounts|
|13:30||HIGH||Initial Jobless Claims 4-week average|
|13:30||HIGH||Initial Jobless Claims|
|15:00||HIGH||Existing Home Sales MoM||5.43M|
|15:30||HIGH||EIA Natural Gas Storage Change|
|22 November, 2019|
|08:15||HIGH||Markit Manufacturing PMI||50.3|
|08:30||HIGH||Markit PMI Composite||48.8|
|08:30||HIGH||Markit Manufacturing PMI||42|
|09:00||HIGH||Markit PMI Composite||50.3|
|13:30||HIGH||Retail Sales MoM|
|15:00||HIGH||Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index||95.7|
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