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The Economic Indicator Service Can Transform Your Business

Ilze Gouws, Head of Economics at EDIIlze Gouws
Ilze Gouws, Head of Economic Data at EDI. Ilze has more than 20 years of experience in Economic Data and passionate about working with clients to provide data solutions that best fits their business. Connect on LinkedIn

 
We have entered the last quarter of 2021, and the global economy is expected to expand further. Recovering however remains uneven and many challenges remain. Near-term inflation pressures have intensified as prices of certain consumer durable goods have increased rapidly. The recent surge in energy prices poses even more pressure on inflation. Furthermore, it is expected that the global supply chain bottleneck, which was expected to lessen already, may not be cleared until well into 2022.

To keep up with the data and news that drives all major economies and other markets, the Economic Indicators Service (EIS) covers the major economic events from countries and regions around the world. Providing Economic Events Data Feed and Economic Calendar Service to clients, the main drivers of volatility include:

  • Consumer Price Index (CPI) or Inflation
  • Central Bank Rate Decisions
  • Retail Sales
  • Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
  • Housing Prices
  • Trade Balance
  • Business & Consumer Confidence
  • Non-farm Payrolls (NFP)
  • Employment Indicators
  • Economic Climate Indicators
  • EDI Economic Live Calendar

    The Economic Calendar informs you about important dates of events or releases that may affect the economic situation of the market. The financial sector is a news-driven market interest vehicle. Therefore, the arrival of major news and financial events will drive price growth in the market.

    Key Features

    • Automated News Alerts for High Impact Data
    • Advance Release Calendar Continuously Monitored & Updated for Each Country
    • Only Authentic Data Sources like Central Banks, Statistical Commissions, or Industrial Associations Monitored

    An economic calendar can be defined as the scheduled dates of important economic & financial releases, or events that may influence the development of individual security costs or markets in general.