31 March, 2020 - 3 April, 2020

Time (UTC) Currency Country Impact Event Forecast Previous
Today, 31 March, 2020
03:00 CNY
China
High Non-Manufacturing PMI 37.8 29.6
03:00 CNY
China
High NBS Manufacturing PMI 4.4 35.7
08:00 GBP
United Kingdom
High Gross Domestic Product (QoQ) 0.00% 0.00%
09:55 EUR
Germany
High Unemployment Rate s.a. 5.00%
09:55 EUR
Germany
High Unemployment Change -10.00K
11:00 EUR
European Monetary Un
High Consumer Price Index (YoY) 0.70% 1.20%
11:00 EUR
European Monetary Un
High Consumer Price Index - Core (YoY) 1.00% 1.20%
16:00 USD
United States
High Consumer Confidence
1 April, 2020
03:45 CNY
China
High Caixin Manufacturing PMI 45.6 40.3
09:15 EUR
Spain
High Markit Manufacturing PMI 49.4 50.4
09:45 EUR
Italy
High Markit Manufacturing PMI 50 48.7
09:50 EUR
France
High Markit Manufacturing PMI 42.9 42.9
09:55 EUR
Germany
High Markit Manufacturing PMI 45.7 45.7
10:00 EUR
Austria
High Unemployment 334.00K
10:00 EUR
Greece
High Markit Manufacturing PMI 56.2
10:00 EUR
Italy
High Unemployment 0.098 0.098
14:15 USD
United States
High ADP Employment Change 216.0K 183.00K
16:00 USD
United States
High ISM Manufacturing PMI 44 50.1
16:00 USD
United States
High ISM Manufacturing Employment Index 45.4 46.9
16:30 USD
United States
High EIA Crude Oil Stocks Change 1.62M
2 April, 2020
09:00 EUR
Spain
High Unemployment Change -7.80K
14:30 USD
United States
High Trade Balance $-46.1B -$45.30B
14:30 USD
United States
High Initial Jobless Claims 3283.00K
14:30 USD
United States
High Initial Jobless Claims 4-week average 998.25K
16:30 USD
United States
High EIA Natural Gas Storage Change -29.00B
3 April, 2020
14:30 USD
United States
High Nonfarm Payrolls -293.0K 273.00K
14:30 USD
United States
High Average Hourly Earnings (YoY) 0.03 0.03
14:30 USD
United States
High Unemployment Rate 0.04 0.035
16:00 USD
United States
High ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI 55.1 57.3
16:00 USD
United States
High ISM Non-Manufacturing Employment Index 53.7 55.6

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