Use an economic calendar to sample events over the desired period and filter by importance or country.
|06 Apr||11:30||AUD||AiG Performance of Service Index||Medium||51.7|
|02:30||CAD||Business Outlook Future Sales||Low||8.0|
|02:30||CAD||Band of Canda Senior Loan Officer Survey||Low||-2.7|
|02:00||USD||ISM Non-Manufacturing Composite||High||56.9|
|02:00||CAD||Ivey Purchasing Managers Index s.a.||Medium||49.7|
|02:00||USD||Labor Market Conditions Index Change||Medium||4.0|
|01:45||USD||Markit US Composite PMI||Low|
|01:45||USD||Markit US Services PMI||Low|
|08:30||EUR||Euro-Zone Sentix Investor Confidence||Medium||18.6|
|05 Apr||12:00||GBP||Halifax Plc House Prices s.a. (MoM)||Low||-0.3|
|12:00||JPY||Official Reserve Assets||Low||1251.1|
|12:00||GBP||Halifax House Price (3MoY)||Low||8.3|
The calendar shows, in chronological order, the most important economic events and the values of various world indices, such as: interest rates of central banks, price indices, national financial indicators, etc. Forex traders use an economic calendar to get the information needed to predict forming and changing trends in the main currency pairs. The information in the economic calendar is ranked according to its ability to affect the currency in any given country. Thus, a forex economic calendar gives traders information that allows them to account for the most important economic news as they execute their trading strategies , and trade more successfully on the forex market.