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Economic Calendar

Monitor market-moving events. The economic calendar shows you which economic reports, fed statements, and other releases are scheduled this week and in upcoming weeks, and what their estimated impact on the financial markets is likely to be. An impact of 1 is minimal and an impact of 3 is significant.
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Previous
05:00
SingaporeSingapore
Consumer Price Index YY3.6%3.7%
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SingaporeSingapore
Core CPI YY3.6%3.3%
05:00
SingaporeSingapore
CPI MM NSA0.38%-0.17%
05:00
SingaporeSingapore
CPI NSA115.34114.91
24:00
SingaporeSingapore
GDP Final QQ5.6%
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SingaporeSingapore
GDP Final YY1.1%
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05:00
SingaporeSingapore
Manufacturing Output MM-1.7%
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SingaporeSingapore
Manufacturing Output YY-2.5%

FAQ

What is CPI?
The Consumer Price Index is a measurement of inflation as it tracks the prices of hundreds of items such as food, gasoline, clothing, and housing.
    What happens to stocks if the CPI increases?
    When the Consumer Price Index (CPI) increases, it can have numerous impacts on the broader market.

    However, an increase in CPI typically results in stock market volatility.
      How often is the CPI published?
      The US consumer price index is published monthly and measures the average change in consumer prices over time.
        Which stocks go up when interest rates rise?
        As interest rates rise, bank stocks, brokerages, mortgage and insurance companies can charge higher interest or increase their lending rates. If banks increase their lending rates, it often results in increased earnings.
          What is the CPI rate today? 
          According to the latest CPI report, inflation is now 3.1% which is a decrease of 0.30% from 3.4% in the previous month.

            Major Stock Indexes

            Name
            Price & Change
            Market Cap
            S&P 500
            4981.80
            +6.29 (+0.13%)
            45.24T
            Dow Jones Industrial Average
            38612.24
            +48.44 (+0.13%)
            12.38T
            Nasdaq 100
            17478.91
            -67.188 (-0.38%)
            22.51T

            Leading Cryptocurrencies

            Name
            Price & Change
            Market Cap
            Bitcoin
            51333.25
            -700.21 (-1.35%)
            1.01T
            Ethereum
            2924.05
            -64.65 (-2.16%)
            351.32B
            Solana
            104.28
            -3.183 (-2.96%)
            58.99B
            Ripple
            0.55
            -0.017 (-3.02%)
            54.53B
            Cardano
            0.59
            -0.035 (-5.56%)
            26.55B

            FAQ

            What is CPI?
            The Consumer Price Index is a measurement of inflation as it tracks the prices of hundreds of items such as food, gasoline, clothing, and housing.
              What happens to stocks if the CPI increases?
              When the Consumer Price Index (CPI) increases, it can have numerous impacts on the broader market.

              However, an increase in CPI typically results in stock market volatility.
                How often is the CPI published?
                The US consumer price index is published monthly and measures the average change in consumer prices over time.
                  Which stocks go up when interest rates rise?
                  As interest rates rise, bank stocks, brokerages, mortgage and insurance companies can charge higher interest or increase their lending rates. If banks increase their lending rates, it often results in increased earnings.
                    What is the CPI rate today? 
                    According to the latest CPI report, inflation is now 3.1% which is a decrease of 0.30% from 3.4% in the previous month.