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  • Economic Reports

    Hi,

    do not know, whether this is the right forum:

    Does one of the news services offered by eSignal publish date and time of economic reports releases (in advance)?

    That is I want to see a table on weekly / daily bases where the date and time of upcoming economic reports is listed for american and european markets.

    Currently I'm getting this information from several internet sources.

    Many Thanks

    Bernd Kuerbs

  • #2
    Hi B,

    I wondered where you were

    I find that German site (which I think you gave me!) very good, just incase it wasn't you here's the url:

    http://www.derivatecheck.de/termine/default.asp
    Helen

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    • #3
      Originally posted by helenquenet
      Hi B,

      I wondered where you were
      Ahhh, no place to hide, Helen will find you.... Folks be warned.

      I hope you will never work for the IRS? (Don't mind: they got me last month, mega ouchhhhhhh....)


      I find that German site (which I think you gave me!) very good, just incase it wasn't you here's the url:

      http://www.derivatecheck.de/termine/default.asp
      Yes, I gave you that url and I still use it. But since it is a free site, I thought a commercial service would be more reliable in the long run. Especially when it is connected with delivering the reports.

      Have a nice day.

      Bernd Kuerbs

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      • #4
        I use the 2 below, though they are for US domestic econ only.


        http://mam.econoday.com/calendar/US/...ily/index.html


        http://www.briefing.com/Silver/Calen...icCalendar.htm

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        • #5
          Thanks, checkraise, for these urls.

          I already knew and use briefing.com but added econoday to my bookmarks.

          Regards

          Bernd Kuerbs

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          • #6
            Hi,
            I also use Econoday for the US - and use FXCM for the global Calendar.

            http://www.dailyfx.com/calendar/Calendar.html

            There are also good reports included in Market Commentaries from Banks - the Daily Sunrise Market Commentary below is a good source:

            http://www.kbc.be/research


            Paul

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            • #7
              Here is one I like to monitor....

              http://www.forexnews.com/
              Marc

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