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Weekly Economic Calendar For June 1st, 2024 – June 8th, 2024


Weekly Economic Calendar from 1st June 2024 to 8th June 2024
Weekly Economic Calendar from 1st June 2024 to 8th June 2024

Greetings from Doo Prime!     

We’re reaching out to highlight the upcoming week’s important economic events and related currency updates from 1st June 2024 to 8th June 2024 (GMT+8 Beijing Time).

Due to the unpredictable nature of the market, significant fluctuations may occur during these events, potentially leading to market gaps.

In light of this, Doo Prime would like to remind you to stay vigilant, closely monitoring major market news announcements to effectively manage your trades and mitigate risks.

Furthermore, please ensure that you have reviewed your margin rate during these periods of major market conditions and ensure you have sufficient margin reserves to support your risk exposure.

Saturday, June 1, 2024

01:00 – USDU.S. Baker Hughes Oil Rig Count
01:00 – USDU.S. Baker Hughes Total Rig Count
03:30 – GBPU.S. CFTC GBP Speculative Net Positions
03:30 – USDU.S. CFTC Crude Oil Speculative Net Positions
03:30 – USDU.S. CFTC Gold Speculative Net Positions
03:30 – USDU.S. CFTC Nasdaq 100 Speculative Net Positions
03:30 – USDU.S. CFTC S&P 500 Speculative Net Positions
03:30 – AUDU.S. CFTC AUD Speculative Net Positions
03:30 – JPYU.S. CFTC JPY Speculative Net Positions
03:30 – EURU.S. CFTC EUR Speculative Net Positions
06:15 – USDSpeech by Raphael Bostic, President of the U.S. Atlanta Fed and 2018 FOMC Voting Member

Sunday, June 2, 2024

18:00 – USDOPEC Meeting  

Monday, June 3, 2024

All Day HolidayNew Zealand – King’s Birthday
07:50 – JPYJapan Capital Spending (YoY) (%) (Q1)
09:45 – CNYChina Caixin Manufacturing PMI (May)
15:00 – TRYTurkey CPI (MoM) (%) (May)
15:00 – TRYTurkey CPI (YoY) (%) (May)
15:50 – EURHCOB France Manufacturing PMI (May)
15:55 – EURHCOB Germany Manufacturing PMI (MoM) (%) (May)
16:00 – PLNPoland GDP (QoQ) (%) (Q1)
16:00 – PLNPoland GDP (YoY) (%) (Q1)
16:00 – EURHCOB Eurozone Markit Manufacturing PMI (May)
16:30 – GBPS&P Global/CIPS U.K. Manufacturing PMI (May)
21:45 – USDS&P Global U.S. Manufacturing PMI (May)
22:00 – USDU.S. Construction Spending (MoM) (%) (Apr)
22:00 – USDU.S. ISM Manufacturing Employment (May)
22:00 – USDU.S. ISM Manufacturing PMI (May)
22:00 – USDU.S. ISM Manufacturing Prices (May)

Tuesday, June 4, 2024

07:01 – GBPU.K. BRC Retail Sales Monitor (YoY) (May)
09:30 – AUDAustralia’s Company Gross Operating Profits (QoQ) (%) (Q1)
09:30 – AUDAustralia’s Current Account (AUD) (Q1)
14:30 – CHFSwitzerland CPI (MoM) (%) (May)
15:55 – EURGermany Seasonally Adjusted (SA) Unemployment Change (May)
15:55 – EURGermany Seasonally Adjusted (SA) Unemployment Rate (May)
22:00 – USDU.S. Factory Orders (MoM) (%) (Apr)
22:00 – USDU.S. JOLTs Job Openings (Apr)

Wednesday, June 5, 2024

08:30 – JPYau Jibun Bank Japan Services PMI (May)
09:30 – AUDAustralia’s GDP (YoY) (%) (Q1)
09:30 – AUDAustralia’s GDP (QoQ) (%) (Q1)
09:45 – CNYChina Caixin Services PMI (May)
15:50 – EURHCOB France Services PMI (May)
15:55 – EURHCOB Germany Services PMI (May)
16:00 – EURHCOB Eurozone S&P Global Composite PMI (May)
16:00 – EURHCOB Eurozone Markit Services PMI (May)
16:30 – GBPS&P Global/CIPS U.K. Composite PMI (May)
16:30 – GBPS&P Global/CIPS U.K. Markit Services PMI (May)
20:00 – PLNPoland Interest Rate Decision (Jun)
20:15 – USDU.S. ADP Nonfarm Employment Change (May)
20:30 – CADCanada Labor Productivity (QoQ) (%) (Q1)
21:45 – USDU.S. S&P Global Composite PMI (May)
21:45 – USDU.S. S&P Global Markit Services PMI (May)
21:45 – CADCanada BoC Interest Rate Decision
22:00 – USDU.S. ISM Non-Manufacturing Employment (May)
22:00 – USDU.S. ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI (May)
22:00 – USDU.S. ISM Non-Manufacturing Prices (May)

Thursday, June 6, 2024

All Day HolidaySweden – National Day
14:00 – EURGermany Seasonally Adjusted (SA) Factory Orders (MoM) (%) (Apr)
16:30 – GBPS&P Global / CIPS U.K. Construction PMI (May)
20:15 – EUREurozone Deposit Facility Rate (%) (Jun)
20:15 – EURECB Interest Rate Decision (Jun)
20:30 – USDU.S. Nonfarm Productivity (QoQ) (%) (Q1)
20:30 – USDU.S. Trade Balance (USD) (Apr)
20:30 – USDU.S. Unit Labor Costs (QoQ) (Q1)
20:30 – CADCanada Trade Balance (Apr)
22:00 – CADCanada IVEY Seasonally Adjusted (SA) PMI (May)

Friday, June 7, 2024

07:30 – JPYJapan Household Spending (YoY) (%) (Apr)
07:30 – JPYJapan Household Spending (MoM) (%) (Apr)
11:00 – CNYChina Exports (YoY) (USD) (%) (May)
11:00 – CNYChina Imports (YoY) (USD) (%) (May)
11:00 – CNYChina Trade Balance (USD) (May)
14:00 – GBPU.K. Halifax Seasonally Adjusted (SA) House Price Index (MoM) (%) (May)
14:00 – GBPU.K. Halifax Seasonally Adjusted (SA) House Price Index (YoY) (%) (May)
14:00 – EURGermany Seasonally Adjusted (SA) Industrial Production (MoM) (%) (Apr)
14:00 – EURGermany Trade Balance (EUR) (Apr)
16:00 – CNYChina’s Foreign Exchange Reserves (USD) (May)
17:00 – EUREurozone GDP (QoQ) (%) (Q1)
20:30 – USDU.S. Average Hourly Earnings (MoM) (%) (May)
20:30 – USDU.S. Average Hourly Earnings (YoY) (%) (May)
20:30 – USDU.S. Seasonally Adjusted (SA) Nonfarm Payrolls (May)
20:30 – USDU.S. Participation Rate (May)
20:30 – USDU.S. Private Nonfarm Payrolls (May)
20:30 – USDU.S. U6 Unemployment Rate (%) (May)
20:30 – USDU.S. Unemployment Rate (May)
20:30 – CADCanada Employment Change (May)
20:30 – CADCanada Unemployment Rate (May)

Saturday, June 8, 2024

03:00 – USDConsumer Credit (Apr)

Risk Disclosure  

Trading in financial instruments involves high risks due to the fluctuation in the value and prices of the underlying financial instruments. Due to the adverse and unpredictable market movements, large losses exceeding the investor’s initial investment could incur within a short period of time. The past performance of a financial instrument is not an indication of its future performance.  Investments in certain services should be made on margin or leverage, where relatively small movements in trading prices may have a disproportionately large impact on the client’s investment and client should therefore be prepared to suffer significant losses when using such trading facilities.   

Please make sure you read and fully understand the trading risks of the respective financial instrument before engaging in any transaction with Doo Prime’s trading platforms. You should seek independent professional advice if you do not understand any of the risks disclosed by us herein or any risk associated with the trade and investment of financial instruments. Please refer to Doo Prime’s Client Agreement and Risk Disclosure and Acknowledgement Notice to find out more.  

Disclaimer  

This information is addressed to the general public solely for information purposes and should not be taken as investment advice, recommendation, offer, or solicitation to buy or sell any financial instrument. The information displayed herein has been prepared without any reference or consideration to any particular recipient’s investment objectives or financial situation. Any references to the past performance of a financial instrument, index, or a packaged investment product shall not be taken as a reliable indicator of its future performance. Doo Prime and its holding company, affiliates, subsidiaries, associated companies, partners and their respective employees, make no representation or warranties to the information displayed and shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, special or consequential loss or damages incurred a result of any inaccuracies or incompleteness of the information provided, and any direct or indirect trading risks, profit, or loss arising from any individual’s or client’s investment.

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