Economic Calendar Real-time updates
Real-Time Financial Events and Indicators
The Elliott Wave Adjust Economic Calendar covers financial events and economic indicators to help global investors remain updated and make informed trading decisions. Key economic indicators such as Gross Domestic Product (GDP), interest rates, unemployment rate, Central Bank Minutes, and Consumer Price Indices (PMIs) (measure for inflation) are key drivers for currencies and important market-moving events. Our real-time economic calendar provides everything you need to know in order to understand current and future economic activity, identify opportunities, and prepare, plan, and execute your trading strategies.
An economic calendar is a resource that allows traders to learn about important economic information scheduled to be released in major economies. Such events might include familiar indicators such as GDP, the consumer price index (CPI), and the Non-Farm Payroll (NFPs) report.
What is an Economic Calendar?
The economic calendar is used by traders and investors to monitor market-moving events and plan their trading.
- An economic calendar includes all the scheduled releases of economic data and financial events for a given country that may affect the movement of currencies’ prices and markets.
- It is a useful tool for investors and traders, who follow economic updates in order to plan their trades, organize their portfolios and better understand how such market movements could, in turn, affect chart patterns.
- One of the key indicators that are usually closely watched by investors is the Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) data by IHS Markit which offers accurate insight into global economic health.
- Another crucial event is monetary policy decisions undertaken by each country’s central bank aiming at managing money supply and interest rates.
- Both indicators are significant market releases that usually result in market volatility, particularly when the released figures fall above or below market expectations.
- Traders and investors rely on the economic calendar to give them the necessary information and trading opportunities so they can organize and time their trades around the release of economic data or events that are expected to have a major impact on the markets.