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Weekly Economic Calendar For May 13th, 2024 – May 18th, 2024

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Below are the upcoming week’s important economic events and related currency reminders from 13th May 2024 – 18th May 2024 (GMT+8 Beijing Time).

Due to the uncertainty of the market results, the market may face large fluctuations during these events, leading to market gaps.

With this, Doo Prime would like to remind you to closely monitor all major market news announcements when managing your trades and risks.

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

Monday, May 13th, 2024

09:30 –   AUDAustralia NAB Business Confidence (Apr)
15:00 –   CHFSwitzerland SECO Consumer Climate (Q2)
20:30 –   CADCanada Building Permits (%) (MoM) (Mar)

Tuesday, May 14th, 2024

06:45 –   NZDNew Zealand Electronic Card Retail Sales (%) (MoM) (Apr)
14:00 –   GBPU.K. Average Earnings Index +Bonus (%) (3M/3M) (Mar)
14:00 –   GBPU.K. Claimant Count Change (Apr)
14:00 –   GBPU.K. ILO Employment Change (3M/3M) (MoM) (Mar)
14:00 –   GBPU.K. Unemployment Rate (Mar)
14:30 –   CHFSwitzerland PPI (%) (MoM) (Apr)
17:00 –   EUREurozone ZEW Economic Sentiment (May)
19:00 –   USDU.S. OPEC Monthly Report  
20:30 –   USDU.S. Core PPI (%) (MoM) (Apr)
20:30 –   USD U.S. PPI (%) (MoM) (Apr)
20:30 –   CADCanada Wholesale Sales (%) (MoM) (Mar)

Wednesday, May 15th, 2024

09:30 –   AUDAustralia Wage Price Index (%) (S.A.) (QoQ) (Q1)
17:00 –   EUREurozone GDP (%) (S.A.) (YoY) (Q1)
17:00 –   EUREurozone Industrial Production (%) (MoM) (Mar)
20:15 –   CADCanada Housing Starts (Units) (Apr)
20:30 –   USDU.S. Core CPI (%) (N.S.A.) (YoY) (Apr)
20:30 –   USDU.S. Core CPI (%) (MoM) (Apr)
20:30 –   USDU.S. Core Retail Sales (%) (MoM) (Apr)
20:30 –   USDU.S. CPI (%) (MoM) (Apr)
20:30 –   USDU.S. CPI (%) (N.S.A.) (YoY) (Apr)
20:30 –   USD U.S. Empire State Manufacturing Index (May)
20:30 –   USDU.S. Retail Control (%) (MoM) (Apr)
20:30 –   USDU.S. Retail Sales (%) (MoM) (Apr)
22:00 –   USDU.S. Business Inventories (%) (MoM) (Mar)
22:00 –   USDU.S. Retail Inventories Ex Auto (Mar)

Thursday, May 16th, 2024

04:00 –   USDU.S. TIC Net Long-Term Transactions (Mar)
07:50 –   JPYJapan GDP (%) (S.A.) (YoY) (Q1)
07:50 –   JPYJapan GDP (%) (QoQ) (Q1)
07:50 –   JPY Japan GDP Price Index (%) (YoY) (Q1)
09:30 –   AUDAustralia Employment Change (Apr)
09:30 –   AUDAustralia Full Employment Change (Apr)
09:30 –   AUDAustralia Unemployment Rate (Apr)
12:30 –   JPYJapan Industrial Production (%) (MoM) (Mar)
20:30 –   USD U.S. Building Permits (Unit) (Apr)
20:30 –   USD U.S. Continuing Jobless Claims
20:30 –   USDU.S. Export Price Index (%) (MoM) (Apr)
20:30 –   USD U.S. Housing Starts (Unit) (MoM) (Apr)
20:30 –   USDU.S. Housing Starts (%) (Apr)
20:30 –   USDU.S. Import Price Index (%) (MoM) (Apr)
20:30 –   USDU.S. Initial Jobless Claims
20:30 –   USDU.S. Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Index (May)
20:30 –   USDU.S. Philadelphia Fed Employment (May)
21:15 –   USDU.S. Industrial Production (%) (MoM) (Apr)
21:15 –   USDU.S. Industrial Production (%) (YoY) (Apr)

Friday, May 17th, 2024

06:45 –   NZDNew Zealand PPI Input (%) (QoQ) (Q1)
10:00 –   CNY China Fixed Asset Investment – YTD (YoY) (Apr)
10:00 –   CNY China Above Designated Scale Industrial Production (%) (YoY) (Apr)
10:00 –   CNYChina Above Designated Scale Industrial Production – YTD (%) (YoY) (Apr)
10:00 –   CNYChina Unemployment Rate (Apr)
17:00 –   EUR Eurozone Core CPI (N.S.A.) (YoY) (Apr)
17:00 –   EUR Eurozone CPI (%) (MoM) (Apr)
17:00 –   EUR Eurozone CPI (%) (YoY) (Apr)
20:30 –   CAD Canada Foreign Securities Purchases By Foreigners (Mar)
22:00 –   USD U.S. Leading Index (MoM) (Apr)

Saturday, May 18th, 2024

01:00 –   USDU.S. Baker Hughes Oil Rig Count
01:00 –   USDU.S. Baker Hughes Total Rig Count

Risk Disclosure  

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