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Weekly Economic Calendar For October 31, 2022 – November 4, 2022

Greetings from Doo Prime!     

Below are the upcoming week’s important economic events and related currency reminders from October 31st, 2022 to November 4th, 2022 (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, October 31st, 2022

07:50 – JPY Japan Industrial Production Monthly Rate (%) (MoM) (Sep)
07:50 – JPY Japan Retail Sales Annual Rate (%) (YoY) (Sep)
08:30 – AUD Australia Private Sector Credit Monthly Rate (%) (MoM) (Sep)
08:30 – AUD Australia Retail Sales Monthly Rate (%) (MoM) (Sep)
09:30 – CNY China Official Composite PMI (Oct)
09:30 – CNY China Official Manufacturing PMI (Oct)
09:30 – CNY China Offical Non-Manufacturing PMI (Oct)
15:00 – EUR Germany Retail Sales Monthly Rate (%) (MoM) (Sep)
15:30 – CHF Switzerland Retail Sales Annual Rate (%) (YoY) (Sep)
18:00 – EUR Eurozone CPI Annual Rate (%) (YoY) (Oct)  
21:45 – USD U.S. Chicago PMI (Oct)

Tuesday, November 1st, 2022

All Day Holiday  Poland – All Saint’s Day
05:45 – NZD New Zealand Building Consents Monthly Rate (%) (MoM) (Sep)
09:45 – CNY China Caixin Manufacturing PMI (Oct)
11:30 – AUD Australia RBA Interest Rate Decision (Nov)
16:00 – CHF Switzerland SECO Consumer Climate Index (Q4)
16:30 – CHF Switzerland PMI (Oct)
17:30 – GBP U.K. Markit Manufacturing PMI (Oct)
18:00 – USD U.S. OPEC Meeting  
21:45 – USD U.S. Markit Manufacturing PMI (Oct)
22:00 – USD U.S. ISM Manufacturing Employment Index (Oct)
22:00 – USD U.S. ISM Manufacturing PMI (Oct)
22:00 – USD U.S. JOLTs Job Openings (Sep)

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2022

05:30 – AUD Australia AIG/PWC Manufacturing Performance Index (Oct)
05:45 – NZD New Zealand Employment Change Quarterly (%) (QoQ) (Q3)
05:45 – NZD New Zealand Unemployment Rate (Q3)
08:30 – AUD Australia Building Approvals Monthly Rate (%) (S.A.) (MoM) (Sep)
15:55 – EUR Germany Unemployment Change (S.A.) (Oct)
15:55 – EUR Germany Unemployment Rate (S.A.) (Oct)
16:50 – EUR France Manufacturing PMI (Oct)
16:55 – EUR Germany Manufacturing PMI Monthly Rate (%) (Oct)
17:00 – EUR Eurozone Markit Manufacturing PMI (Oct)
20:15 – USD U.S. ADP Nonfarm Employment Change (Oct)

Thursday, Novemeber 3rd, 2022

All Day Holiday  Japan – Culture Day
02:00 – USD U.S. FOMC Statement
02:00 – USD U.S. Fed Interest Rate Decision
02:30 – USD U.S. FOMC Press Conference  
08:30 – AUD Australia Goods And Services Trade Balance (Sep)
09:45 – CNY China Caixin Services PMI (Oct)
15:00 – TRY Turkey CPI Monthly Rate (%) (MoM) (Oct)
15:00 – TRY Turkey CPI Annual Rate (%) (YoY) (Oct)
15:30 – CHF Switzerland CPI Monthly Rate (%) (MoM) (Oct)
17:00 – NOK Norway Interest Rate Decision
17:30 – GBP U.K. Composite PMI (Oct)
17:30 – GBP U.K. Markit Services PMI (Oct)
18:00 – EUR Eurozone Unemployment Rate (Sep)
20:00 – GBP U.K. BoE MPC Vote For Cut (Nov)
20:00 – GBP U.K. BoE MPC Vote For Hike (Nov)
20:00 – GBP U.K. BoE MPC Vote For Unchanged (Nov)
20:00 – GBP U.K. BoE Interest Rate Decision (Nov)
20:30 – USD U.S. Nonfarm Productivity Quarterly Rate (%) (QoQ) (Q3)
20:30 – USD U.S. Trade Balance (Sep)
20:30 – USD U.S. Nonfarm Unit Labour Costs (QoQ) (Q3)
20:30 – CAD Canada Building Permits Monthly Rate (%) (MoM) (Sep)
20:30 – CAD Canada Trade Balance (Sep)
21:45 – USD U.S. S&P Global Composite PMI (Oct)
21:45 – USD U.S. Markit Services PMI (Oct)
22:00 – USD U.S. Factory Orders Monthly Rate (%) (MoM) (Sep)
22:00 – USD U.S. ISM Non-Manufacturing Employment Index (Oct)
22:00 – USD U.S. ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI (Oct)

Friday, November 4th, 2022

Holiday  Sweden – All Saint’s Day – Early Close At 13:00
08:30 – JPY Japan Services PMI (Oct)
15:00 – EUR Germany Factory Orders Monthly Rate (%) (S.A.) (MoM) (Sep)
15:45 – EUR France Non-Farm Payrolls Quarterly Rate (%) (QoQ) (Q3)
16:50 – EUR France Services PMI (Oct)
16:55 – EUR Germany Services PMI Monthly Rate (%) (Oct)
17:00 – EUR Eurozone S&P Global Composite PMI (Oct)
17:00 – EUR Eurozone Markit Services PMI (Oct)
17:30 – GBPU.K. Construction PMI (Oct)
20:30 – USD U.S. Average Hourly Earnings Monthly Rate (%) (YoY) (YoY) (Oct)
20:30 – USD U.S. Average Hourly Earnings Annual Rate (%) (MoM) (Oct)
20:30 – USD U.S. Nonfarm Payrolls (S.A.) (Oct)
20:30 – USD U.S. Labour Participation Rate (Oct)
20:30 – USD U.S. Private Corporate Nonfarm Payrolls Change (Oct)
20:30 – USD U.S. Unemployment Rate (Oct)
20:30 – CAD Canada Employment Change (Oct)
20:30 – CAD Canada Unemployment Rate (Oct)
22:00 – CAD Canada Ivey PMI (S.A.) (Oct)

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