Economic Calendar

The City Index Economic Calendar offers at-a-glance information on key economic events.

A vital tool for traders, the Economic Calendar enables you to understand the impact of key market-moving events, so you can better plan your CFD trading or forex trading strategies.


Monday 25 January to Sunday 31 January

AU Consumer Price Index (Q4)

Wednesday, 27 January
00:30 GMT

After collapsing in Q2 and recovering in Q3, consumer prices in Australia are seen rising in Q4. The country is heavily dependent on global growth, including exporting raw materials in China, which was the only major economy to grow in 2020, so there may be potential for an upside surprise here.
What to watch: ASX, AUD

Federal Reserve Monetary Policy Meeting

Wednesday, 27 January
19:00 GMT

Jerome Powell and Company have consistently struck an accommodative tone in recent comments, so we wouldn’t expect even a hint of tapering asset purchases or raising interest rates this month. Markets will nonetheless key in on the central bank’s economic outlook for 2021 as a potential source of near-term volatility.
What to watch: DJIA, USD

US Advance GDP (Q4)

Thursday, 28 January
13:30 GMT

Q4 was a rollercoaster ride for the US economy between pandemic optimism in October, election uncertainty in November, vaccine announcements throughout November, and worrisome virus mutations in December. This data will certainly be interesting, but traders are always inclined to focus on more timely data and forward-looking projections.
What to watch: DJIA, USD

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