ECONOMIC CALENDAR START END RANGE TIMEZONE IMPORTANCE
Time Country Event Reference Actual Previous Consensus (i) Forecast (i)
Wednesday April 30 2014
09:00 PM
China NBS Manufacturing PMI Apr 2014 50.3 50.61 [+]
Friday May 02 2014
09:00 PM
China Non Manufacturing PMI Apr 2014 54.5 59.65 [+]
Sunday May 04 2014
09:45 PM
China HSBC Manufacturing PMI Final Apr 2014 48.0 48.3 48.3 [+]
Tuesday May 06 2014
09:45 PM
China HSBC China Services PMI Apr 2014 51.9 50.9 [+]
Wednesday May 07 2014
10:00 PM
China Balance of Trade Apr 2014 $7.7B $ 2.3B [+]
10:00 PM
China Exports YoY Apr 2014 -6.6% [+]
10:00 PM
China Imports YoY Apr 2014 -11.3% [+]
Thursday May 08 2014
09:30 PM
China PPI YoY Apr 2014 -2.3% -1.37% [+]
09:30 PM
China Inflation Rate YoY Apr 2014 2.4% 2.48% [+]
09:30 PM
China Inflation Rate MoM Apr 2014 -0.5% -0.42% [+]
Friday May 09 2014
08:00 PM
China Money Supply M2 YoY Apr 2014 12.1% [+]
Saturday May 10 2014
03:00 AM
China New Yuan Loans Apr 2014 CNY 1050.0B CNY 808.2B [+]
Tuesday May 13 2014
12:30 AM
China Retail Sales YoY Apr 2014 12.2% 12.08% [+]
12:30 AM
China Industrial Production YoY Apr 2014 8.8% 9.75% [+]
Wednesday May 14 2014
10:00 PM
China FDI (YTD) YoY Apr 2014 5.5% [+]
Saturday May 17 2014
08:30 PM
China House Price Index YoY Apr 2014 13.64% [+]
Wednesday May 21 2014
09:45 PM
China HSBC Manufacturing PMI Flash May 2014 [+]





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