Fri, 09 Mar 2012 08:33:31 +0100

Forex Trade 09 Mar, Change In Non-Farm Payrolls

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0:30 AUD: Trade Balance
A country's trade balance reflects the difference between exports and imports of goods and services. The trade balance is one of the biggest components of the Balance of Payment, giving valuable insight into pressures on country's currency.
1:30 CNY: Consumer Price Index
The Consumer Price Index is one of the leading economic gauges to measure the pace of inflation. Simply put, CPI measures the acceleration of price in a fixed basket of goods and services. Higher CPI indicates that prices of the basket as a whole have increased and as such, it costs more of the local currency to buy the same basket of goods. CPI is also broken down to a core level which strips out the volatile components of the index, which usually include food and energy, but this various by country. Usually, central banks pay far greater importance to the core numbers than the headline numbers. Excessive inflation will induce a central bank to consider raising interest rates while falling inflation would give them the flexibility to lower interest rates.
1:30 CNY: Producer Price Index

5:30 CNY: Industrial Production
Measures changes in the volume of output produced by the manufacturing, mining, and utility sectors. Because industrial production is a measure of output volume rather than dollar value, the figure is not distorted by inflation and is considered a more "pure" indicator for US industry. Though industrial production only accounts for a relatively small portion of GDP, it accounts for most of the volatility in GDP and is considered highly sensitive to changes in interest rate and consumer demand. Therefore understanding trends in this figure are important to forecasting GDP. High or rising Industrial Production figures suggest increased production and economic expansion. However, uncontrolled levels of production and consumption can spark inflation.
5:30 CNY: Fixed Assets Inv Excl. Rural

5:30 CNY: Retail Sales
A monthly measurement of all goods sold by retailers based on a sampling of retail stores of different types and sizes. The retail sales index is often taken as an indicator of consumer confidence.
7:00 EUR: German Consumer Price Index
The weighted average of prices for a predetermined basket of consumer goods and services. This basket is representative of the goods and services that the average German household purchases. The CPI takes into account the relative importance of each item in the basket and creates a weighted average of the prices. Consumer Prices are compared to previous figures to gauge changes in the cost of living over time. The headline number is released as the percentage change from the previous quarter or year. The German CPI is estimated based on the CPI results from the six German states (Saxony, Baden Wuerttemburg, Brandenburg , North Rhine-West, Bavaria , and Hesse ).
7:45 EUR: French Manufacturing Production

7:45 EUR: French Industrial Production
Measures the level of production of French industries. French Industrial Production tracks relative changes in the production of goods, excluding energy and food, whether they are sold domestically or abroad. The headline figure is the percentage change in the index from the previous quarter or year.
8:00 EUR: German Trade Balance
The difference between the value of exports and imports in Germany. Trade Balance is one of the biggest components of Germany 's Balance of Payment. As Germany is Europe's largest economy and given Germany's export oriented economy, trade data can give critical insight into pressures on the value of the Euro.
8:00 EUR: German Imports

8:00 EUR: German Current Account

8:00 EUR: German Labor Costs Workday Adj

8:00 EUR: German Labor Costs Seas. Adj.

8:00 EUR: German Exports

9:30 GBP: Manufacturing Production

9:30 GBP: Producer Price Index Input

9:30 GBP: Producer Price Index Output

9:30 GBP: Producer Price Index Output Core

9:30 GBP: Visible Trade Balance
A country's trade balance reflects the difference between exports and imports of goods and services. The trade balance is one of the biggest components of the Balance of Payment, giving valuable insight into pressures on country's currency.
9:30 GBP: Industrial Production
Measures changes in the volume of output produced by the manufacturing, mining, and utility sectors. Because industrial production is a measure of output volume rather than dollar value, the figure is not distorted by inflation and is considered a more "pure" indicator for US industry. Though industrial production only accounts for a relatively small portion of GDP, it accounts for most of the volatility in GDP and is considered highly sensitive to changes in interest rate and consumer demand. Therefore understanding trends in this figure are important to forecasting GDP. High or rising Industrial Production figures suggest increased production and economic expansion. However, uncontrolled levels of production and consumption can spark inflation.
9:30 GBP: Total Trade Balance
A country's trade balance reflects the difference between exports and imports of goods and services. The trade balance is one of the biggest components of the Balance of Payment, giving valuable insight into pressures on country's currency.
9:30 GBP: Trade Balance Non EU
A country's trade balance reflects the difference between exports and imports of goods and services. The trade balance is one of the biggest components of the Balance of Payment, giving valuable insight into pressures on country's currency.
12:00 CAD: Net Change in Employment

12:00 CAD: Unemployment Rate
The Unemployment Rate figure is the single most popularly used figure to give a snapshot of labor market conditions. In the US, it is also released with the widely followed and market moving US Employment Situation report, which includes change in non-farm payrolls as well as other key indicators of the US labor market.
12:00 CAD: Full Time Employment Change

12:00 CAD: Part Time Employment Change

12:00 CAD: Participation Rate

13:30 USD: Change in Non-farm Payrolls

13:30 USD: Unemployment Rate
The Unemployment Rate figure is the single most popularly used figure to give a snapshot of labor market conditions. In the US, it is also released with the widely followed and market moving US Employment Situation report, which includes change in non-farm payrolls as well as other key indicators of the US labor market.
13:30 USD: Average Hourly Earnings All Employees

13:30 USD: Average Weekly Hours All Employees

13:30 USD: Trade Balance
A country's trade balance reflects the difference between exports and imports of goods and services. The trade balance is one of the biggest components of the Balance of Payment, giving valuable insight into pressures on country's currency.
13:30 USD: Change in Household Employment

13:30 USD: Underemployment Rate

13:30 USD: Change in Private Payrolls

13:30 USD: Change in Manufacturing Payrolls

13:30 CAD: International Merchandise Trade

13:30 CAD: Labor Productivity

15:00 USD: Wholesale Inventories

15:00 GBP: NIESR Gross Domestic Product Estimate
Measures the value of goods and services produced with in a country . GDP is the most comprehensive overall measure of economic output and provides key insight as to the driving forces of the economy.

And some trades:

Posted Image EUR/USD - Euro / US Dollar
Entry: 1.323
Stop: 1.326
Resistances: 1.335 - 1.328 - 1.325
Supports: 1.3105 - 1.318 - 1.321

Posted Image USD/CHF - US Dollar / Swiss Franc
Entry: 0.911
Stop: 0.909
Resistances: 0.919 - 0.915 - 0.911
Supports: 0.903 - 0.908 - 0.9095

Posted Image USD/JPY - US Dollar / Yen
Resistances: 82.5 - 82.1 - 81.85
Supports: 80.6 - 80.95 - 81.4

Posted Image GBP/USD - British Pound / US Dollar
Resistances: 1.596 - 1.5875 - 1.5825
Supports: 1.5705 - 1.5755 - 1.579

Posted Image EUR/CHF - Euro / Swiss Franc
Resistances: 1.208 - 1.207 - 1.206
Supports: 1.202 - 1.203 - 1.2045