Economic Calendar

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Economic Indicators

Economic Glossary

With the regular use of the Profit-Trade economic calendar, you can follow the release schedule of numerous economic indicators and get ready for significant market movements. Economic indicators help you consider trades in the context of economic events and understand price actions during these events. By following indicators for GDP, for instance, or inflation and employment strength, you can anticipate market volatility and gain potential trading opportunities in good time. Below you can see the most important economic indicators at a glance.

  • Consumer Confidence Index (CCI)

    A monthly release formed from the survey results of over 5,000 households. It measures average consumer confidence and spending power (for instance, a drastic decrease in consumer confidence can indicate a weakening economy).

  • Employment Cost Index (ECI)

    It measures average consumer confidence and spending power (for instance, a drastic decrease in consumer confidence can indicate a weakening economy).

  • Gross Domestic Product Deflator

    A monthly release formed from the survey results of over 5,000 households. It measures average consumer confidence and spending power (for instance, a drastic decrease in consumer confidence can indicate a weakening economy).

  • Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization (IPCU)

    A monthly release formed from the survey results of over 5,000 households. It measures average consumer confidence and spending power (for instance, a drastic decrease in consumer confidence can indicate a weakening economy).

  • Retail Sales

    A monthly release formed from the survey results of over 5,000 households. It measures average consumer confidence and spending power (for instance, a drastic decrease in consumer confidence can indicate a weakening economy).

  • Consumer Price Index (CPI)

    A monthly release formed from the survey results of over 5,000 households. It measures average consumer confidence and spending power (for instance, a drastic decrease in consumer confidence can indicate a weakening economy).

  • Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

    It measures average consumer confidence and spending power (for instance, a drastic decrease in consumer confidence can indicate a weakening economy).

  • Industrial Production (IP)

    It measures average consumer confidence and spending power (for instance, a drastic decrease in consumer confidence can indicate a weakening economy).