Economic CalendarEconomic Calendar

All the latest financial events, right at your fingertips.

Plan and prepare your next move with our Economic Calendar.

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This economic calendar, powered by a trusted third-party, reveal the biggest financial news and events happening worldwide in real-time. Easy-to-use with filters to zoom in on the markets you care about most, this is a popular tool for fundamental analysts – as well as those who like to mix and match both fundamental and technical trading techniques. Not sure how to use it? No worries. We’re on hand to guide you through.

How to use our Economic Calendar

The economic calendar is automatically updated every time new data is released. It displays every single event in chronological order, and lists both the time and date that each event is due to happen.

You can filter dates by the day, week, month to see exactly what’s happening and when. With the time frame you choose, you can also customise to check out the latest on the countries or economic events you’d like to monitor.

You can use the keyword search bar to focus on any particular events you think might impact the markets you’re trading.

Once you click on the event that interests you, you’ll have access to more information as well as a price chart showing historical data to help you decide if and how to act.

Investing in currencies? Look out for the flag icon that represents the county of that particular data release, so can keep an eye on currencies that might be affected with just a quick scroll.


An economic calendar is a tool that helps you keep up to date with major economic indicators, news and alerts as soon as they happen. It is automatically updated every time new information is released, and is a popular way for both fundamental and technical traders to monitor the markets they’re investing in.

Whichever market you’re trading, it’s always important to be prepared for the events that might impact them. Not only can this help you to spot new opportunities, but also allows you to prepare and protection any existing positions should the markets take a turn for the worse.

The economic calendar shows each event in chronological order, as well as the time and date that each event is due to happen. You can filter dates by the day, week or month to see exactly what’s happening and when.

Economic events are those that impact the strength of a currency, country, industry or business. These can include employment data such as US Nonfarm Payroll, earnings season (where the majority of quarterly corporate earnings are released to the public) and Central Banks meetings.