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The US economic calendar is the most important one since the country is the largest world economy. The most important indicators mainly impact the price of the US dollar, having important effects in other markets and currencies.
The organizations that publish the most meaningful indicators, the ones that carry the greatest impact in the markets, are the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the US Bureau of Economic Analysis, the US Census Bureau and the Energy Information Administration. Of special interest are the Federal Reserve decisions, usually announced by the Chairman. The current Federal Reserve Chairman is Jerome Powell.
Canada is one of the world’s strongest economies mainly due to its natural resources, technology industry and membership in international trade agreements, such as the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA) or Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Among the events with the greatest impact are announcements from the Bank of Canada, which is currently chaired by Tiff Macklem. Some of the most relevant indicators of Canada’s Economic Calendar include:
The United Kingdom has the sixth-largest national economy and its monetary policy is watched by the Bank of England, whose Governor is Andrew Bailey. Its capital, London, is the second-largest financial center in the world, behind only New York.
The UK economy is so important that its movements have a direct impact on a wide number of markets as well as on different currencies. Some of the most relevant indicators of the United Kingdom Economic Calendar include:
BoE Interest Rate Decision
Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
Markit Services PMI
Claimant Count Change
Its prosperous growth in recent years has allowed Australia’s economy to become one of the strongest in the world, being the sixth country in the world in the quality-of-life index. The Australian economy is particularly rich in commodities, with the Down Under country mainly sourcing its resources to China and other Asian countries.
The Reserve Bank of Australia is responsible for providing services to both other central banks and the Australian Government. The current president of the RBA is Philip Lowe. Some of the most relevant indicators of the Australian Economic Calendar include:
RBA Interest Rate Decision
RBA Meeting Minutes
Consumer Price Index