Releases This Week: Australian Retail Sales, US Crude Oil Inventories And Nonfarm Payrolls – Economic Calendar By FXMAG.COM – 29/03-1/04/22

Saxo Bank: Markets are assessing the global growth outlook and the pace of Fed tightening

So Monday has been a silent prologue to the week which is packed with loads of releases from around the world. In the following days the EU Retail Sales, US Crude Oil Inventories And Initial Job Claims Go Public. What’s highlighted among mentioned? Chinese Manufacturing PMI, the US Nonfarm Payrolls and Unemployment Rate.

Tuesday

At 1:30 a.m. Retail Sales (MoM) indicator is released. The previous value hit 1.8%. In the afternoon we should follow the US releases so the CB Consumer Confidence and JOLTs Job Openings published at 3 p.m.

Wednesday

The day ‘begins’ quite late as ADP Nonfarm Employment Change is released at 1:15 p.m. This indicator previously amounted to 475K. Fifteen minutes later it’s time for two indicators: GDP (prev. 7%) and highly awaited Crude Oil Inventories releases which takes place at 3:30 p.m.

Thursday

Don’t fall asleep or wake up early on Thursday! At night (2:30 a.m. Chinese Manufacturing PMI goes public). At 7 a.m. British GDP is released followed by German Unemployment Change release almost two hours later. At 1:30 there are two indicators published – the US Initial Jobless Claims (187K) and Canadian GDP (0%)

Friday

The last working day of the week seems so be a long day. There are nine major releases planned beginning with Japanese Tankan Large Manufacturers and Non-Manufacturers Indices (Q1) presented at 0:50 a.m. Quarter to 3 a.m. it’s time for the release of Caixin Manufacturing PMI. We can have a nap afterwards as the next important announcement takes place at 8:55 a.m. Half past nine British Manufacturing PMI (55.5) is released followed by the EU CPI (YoY) (5.9%) half an hour later. At 1:30 p.m. in the US two indicators are released – Nonfarm Payrolls and Unemployment Rate. The week ends with ISM Manufacturing PMI released at 3 p.m.

Economic Calendar - 29/03-01/04/22

Data/Source: Investing.com Economic Calendar

Time: GMT+1

Saxo Bank: Markets are assessing the global growth outlook and the pace of Fed tightening

Mikołaj Marcinowski

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