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24 September, 2021 - 27 September, 2021

Time (UTC) Currency Country Impact Event Forecast Previous
Today, 24 September, 2021
02:01 GBP
United Kingdom
High Gfk Consumer Confidence -6 -8
02:30 JPY
Japan
High Inflation Rate YoY -0.20% -0.30%
11:00 EUR
Germany
High Ifo Business Climate 98.5 99.4
17:00 USD
United States
High New Home Sales MoM 0.50% 1.00%
17:00 USD
United States
High New Home Sales 0.72M 0.71M
26 September, 2021
03:00 EUR
Germany
High Federal Election
27 September, 2021
15:30 USD
United States
High Durable Goods Orders ex Defense MoM 0.30% -1.20%
15:30 USD
United States
High Durable Goods Orders Ex Transp MoM 0.40% 0.70%
15:30 USD
United States
High Durable Goods Orders MoM -0.20% -0.10%

The real-time economic calendar

Stay up-to-date with macroeconomic events, economic releases and company announcements that could move global markets. Trade the news in real-time with Capital.com’s economic calendar.

Capital.com’s economic calendar collates financial events, economic data and general industry announcements that tend to affect the markets, and organises them by affected country and currency. More advanced traders take these events into account when planning their trades. Each event is listed because it is likely to cause a change in the value of different instruments. Events will range from macroeconomic indicator updates, company announcements and general political statements that tend to move global markets.

What is an economic event?

The events featured on the Capital.com economic calendar are prearranged events that are likely to affect the markets and can be anything from economic announcements – including central bank announcements – to financial reports from big corporations, encompassing most economic indicators and events.

The importance of an economic calendar

Traders can gain a better understanding of market changes, the reasons why they change, a prediction of how much the market will change by, as well a look at how past events have changed the markets.

Traders who use economic calendars track the occurrence of events that move markets and measure their effectiveness. Using an economic calendar will allow traders to anticipate major events and potentially capitalise on them.