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21 May, 2019 - 24 May, 2019

Time (UTC) Currency Country Impact Event Forecast Previous
21 May, 2019
01:30 AUD
Australia
HIGH RBA Meeting Minutes
10:00 GBP
United Kingdom
HIGH Inflation Report Hearings
14:00 USD
United States
HIGH Existing Home Sales MoM 5.36M 5.21M
22:45 NZD
New Zealand
HIGH Retail Sales QoQ 0.017
22 May, 2019
08:30 GBP
United Kingdom
HIGH Consumer Price Index YoY 0.02 0.019
12:30 CAD
Canada
HIGH Retail Sales MoM 0.004 0.008
14:30 USD
United States
HIGH EIA Crude Oil Stocks Change 5.43M
18:00 USD
United States
HIGH FOMC Minutes
23 May, 2019
07:15 EUR
France
HIGH Markit Manufacturing PMI 50 50
07:30 EUR
Germany
HIGH Markit Manufacturing PMI 44.4
08:00 EUR
European Monetary Un
HIGH Markit PMI Composite 51.8 51.5
12:30 USD
United States
HIGH Initial Jobless Claims
14:00 USD
United States
HIGH New Home Sales MoM 0.67M 0.69M
14:00 USD
United States
HIGH EIA Natural Gas Storage Change
24 May, 2019
12:30 USD
United States
HIGH Durable Goods Orders ex Defense 0.023
12:30 USD
United States
HIGH Durable Goods Orders -0.018 0.027
12:30 USD
United States
HIGH Nondefense Capital Goods Orders ex Aircraft 0.013
12:30 USD
United States
HIGH Durable Goods Orders ex Transportation 0.004

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