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Economic Calendar! – No more jobs in New Zealand? Legitimate work done என்ன What will happen to oil marketing in the United States?

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These are all news from today, May 4, 2022 Economic Calendar. We will list the events that have impacted and can have an impact on the investment assets that interest us the most. Starting at midnight today until 11:59 pm (24 hour limit).

Wednesday 4 – There are many important events today, and more than one of them may be of interest

  • All Day (China) Labor Day
  • All Day (Japan) Nature Day
  • All day (Indonesia) Eid al-Fitr – the end of Ramadan
  • 0:30 (Australia) AIG Construction Code
    [Abr] 56.5 / before the current 55.9
  • 0:45 (New Zealand) The evolution of employment
    [Trimestral – 1T] Before 0.1% / current 0.1%

Important: This index measures the change in the number of people working, and says that if it increases in percentage, the labor market has more strength, so the market has better economic growth and consumer spending.
In the case of New Zealand, their latest statements are:
November 2, 2021, resulting in 1.0% previous and 2.0% updated
February 1, 2022, which is 2.0% earlier and 0.1% updated. This last result will last until the current dates.

  • 0:45 (New Zealand) Labor cost index
    [Anual – 1T] 2.8% / current 3.1% up front
  • 0:45 (New Zealand) Labor cost index
    [Trimestral – 1T] 0.7% / current 0.7% before
  • 0:45 (New Zealand) Participation rate
    [1T] 71.10% / current 70.90% before
  • 0:45 (New Zealand) Unemployment rate
    [1T] 3.2% / current 3.2% before
  • 1:00 (New Zealand) A statement from the Governor of RBNZ

Important: Adrian Orr, the current Governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, is responsible for the implementation of monetary and monetary policy in his country, which is why his statements are often taken by traitors to know how monetary politics works. The future.

  • 1:00 (New Zealand) RBNZ press conference

Important: The Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s press conference analyzes the factors influencing and influencing the recent decision to set interest rates, from a general economic panorama and inflation, which is a very common topic these days.

  • 1:00 (UK) BRC Store Price Index
    [Anual] 2.1% / current 2.7% up front
  • 2:30 (Indonesia) Nikkei Manufacturing PMI
    [Abr] 51.3 / before the current 51.9
  • 3:00 (New Zealand) Price index of ANZ products
    [Mensual] 3.9% / current -1.9% before
  • 3:30 (Australia) Home mortgages
    [Mensual] Before -4.7% / Current 0.9%
  • 3:30 (Australia) Funding for home investments
    [Mensual] Before -1.8% / Current 2.9%
  • 3:30 (Australia) RBA Graphics Pack Release
  • 3:30 (Australia) Retail
    [Mensual – Mar] 1.8% / current 1.6% up front

Important: Retail is a monthly measure of all the items sold by retailers, ‘based’ on samples obtained by the same store in different types and sizes.
This indicator tells us how the economy is going in some of the companies living in Australia and its latest updates are as follows:
March 29 (they talked about February) updated 1.8% and 1.8%
April 4 (they talked about March) updated 1.6% and 1.8%

  • 8:00 (Germany) German Current Account Balance
    [Mar] Before 20.8B
  • 8:00 (Germany) Export from Germany
    [Mensual – Mar] 6.4% upfront / Forecast -2%
  • 8:00 (Germany) Import from Germany
    [Mensual – Mar] 4.5% in advance / 1% in forecast
  • 08:00 (Germany) Trade balance
    [Mar] 11.5B / forecast before 9.8B
  • 08:45 (France) France’s budget balance
    [Mar] Front -37.6B
  • 9:00 (Spain) Unemployment variant in Spain
    Before -2.9K
  • 9:00 (Eurozone) ECB cashless policy meeting
  • 9:15 (Spain) Spain Services PMI
    [Abr] 53.4 / before forecast 55.9
  • 09:45 (Italy) Italy Services PMI
    [Abr] 52.1 / before forecast 54.5
  • 09:45 (FR) France Services BMI
    [Abr] 57.4 / before forecast 58.8
  • 09:55 (Germany) German Services PMI
    [Abr] 56.1 / before forecast 57.9
  • 10:00 (Brazil) IPC-Fipe inflation index
    [Mensual – Abr] Before 1.28%
  • 10:00 (Eurozone) Markit Composite PMI in Eurozone
    [Abr] 54.9 / before forecast 55.8
  • 10:00 (Eurozone) Eurozone Services PMI
    [Abr] 55.5 / Forecast 57.7
  • 11:00 (Eurozone) Retail in Eurozone
    [Anual – Mar] Forecast 0.3% / Forecast -0.1%

Events we see throughout the day:

  • 12:30 (Germany) German 10 year loan auction
    [Bund] Before 0.830%
  • 14:15 (US) ADP Non-Farm Employment Change
    [Abr] 455K / forecast 395K up front

Important: The ADP National Employment Report is a measure of the monthly variance that does not include private agribusinesses in its base, which would provide a better solution for individuals who work for themselves and remain anonymous. This indicator is very unstable because it may change in a few days.

  • 14:30 (US) Exports
    Before 228.60B
  • 14:30 (USA) Imports
    Before 317.80B
  • 14:30 (US) Trade Reserve
    [Mar] Forecast -89.20B / Forecast -107.00B
  • 14:30 (Canada) Exports
    [Mar] 58.75B / Forecast 61.76B before
  • 14:30 (Canada) Imports
    [Mar] 56.08B / Forecast 58.11B before
  • 14:30 (Canada) Trade balance
    [Mar] 2.66B / forecast before 3.90B
  • 15:00 (Germany) Origin of Pauls from German Bupa
  • 15:45 (US) Markit Composite PMI
    [Abr] 57.7 / before forecast 54.7
  • 15:45 (US) Services PMI
    [Abr] Pre-58 / Forecast 54.7
  • 16:00 (US) ISM Non-Product Employment Code
    [Abr] Before 54
  • 15:00 (Germany) Non-ISM Manufacturing PMI
    [Abr] 58.3 / Forecast before 58.5
  • 16:15 (Germany) Wormmeling appearance of German Bupa
  • 16:30 (US) IEA crude oil inventory
    Forecast 0.692M / Forecast -0.829M

Important: The Energy Information Administration (EIA) measures the weekly increase in the number of barrels of commercial crude oil found in the warehouses of United States state companies, these quantities can severely affect the valuation of petroleum products and thus have a major impact on the economy and the economy. Swelling.

  • 16:30 (US) IEA Cushing Weekly Crude Inventory
    1,298M ago
  • 16:30 (USA) Woods reports, Vice Governor of the BOE

Important: Reports by Sam Woods, deputy governor of the Bank of England (BoE), are responsible for setting interest rates, and often contain information on what the future holds for the currency or where the UK economy is headed.

  • 20:00 (US) FOMC Report
  • 20:00 (US) Interest rate decision
    0.50% in advance / 1% in forecast
  • 20:30 (US) FOMC press conference
  • 23:00 (Brazil) Interest rate decision
    11.75% / Forecast 12.75% up front

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