ECONOMIC CALENDAR START END RANGE TIMEZONE IMPORTANCE
Time Country Event Reference Actual Previous Consensus (i) Forecast (i)
Friday April 25 2014
09:30 AM
Brazil Current Account Mar 2014 USD -7.445B USD -6.45B USD -8B [+]
09:30 AM
Brazil Foreign Direct Investment Mar 2014 USD 4.13B USD 3.5B USD 6B [+]
Monday April 28 2014
07:00 AM
Brazil Consumer Confidence Apr 2014 108.8 107.12 [+]
Wednesday April 30 2014
09:30 AM
Brazil Government Budget Value Mar 2014 BRL -9.516B BRL -9.9B [+]
Friday May 02 2014
09:00 AM
Brazil HSBC Manufacturing PMI Apr 2014 50.6 50.65 [+]
02:00 PM
Brazil Balance of Trade Apr 2014 USD 0.11B USD -0.2B [+]
Monday May 05 2014
09:00 AM
Brazil HSBC Services PMI Apr 2014 51.0 50.35 [+]
Wednesday May 07 2014
08:00 AM
Brazil Industrial Production YoY Mar 2014 5.0% -0.13% [+]
08:00 AM
Brazil Industrial Production MoM Mar 2014 0.4% 0.2% [+]
Friday May 09 2014
08:00 AM
Brazil Inflation Rate YoY Apr 2014 6.15% 5.67% [+]
08:00 AM
Brazil Inflation Rate MoM Apr 2014 0.92% 0.5% [+]
Thursday May 15 2014
08:00 AM
Brazil Retail Sales YoY Mar 2014 8.5% 6.25% [+]
08:00 AM
Brazil Retail Sales MoM Mar 2014 0.2% 0.12% [+]
Monday May 19 2014
10:00 AM
Brazil Business Confidence May 2014 49.2 47.39 [+]
Thursday May 22 2014
08:00 AM
Brazil Unemployment Rate Apr 2014 5.0% 5.6% [+]
Friday May 23 2014
09:30 AM
Brazil Current Account Apr 2014 USD -7.8B [+]
09:30 AM
Brazil Foreign Direct Investment Apr 2014 USD 5.4B [+]





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This page includes a list of calendar events for Brazil. While visualising this calendar please take into account that some countries often publish their data in different dates than what was previously announced because of data gathering delays or other issues. 4/24/2014