U.K Consumer Price Index 2020 Dates

U.K Consumer Price Index 2020 Dates

Welcome back. As promised in the beginning of the year that I will publish the annual dates of the most watched economic news, here’s another most watched economic event in the markets. Consumer Price Index accounts for the majority of overall inflation and inflation is very important to currency evaluation. Below is the U.K Consumer Price Index annual dates.

U.S Consumer Price Index 2020 Dates

U.S Consumer Price Index 2020 Dates

Consumer Price Index (CPI)

CPI stands for Consumer Price Index. It is the most watched economic indicator. It is calculated/released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which is part of the Department of Labor.

What does CPI measure?

It measures the change in price of goods and services purchased by the consumers excluding investment items such as stocks, bonds, real estates and life insurance. In short, CPI measures the cost of living. The CPI is released monthly.

Why do we (traders) care?

Consumer Price Index accounts for the majority of overall inflation. Inflation is important to currency evaluation. As promised in the beginning of the year that I will publish the most watched economic news annual dates. I’ve already published Non Farm Payrolls annual dates. To get started with your yearly plan, check this post here.

Below is the United States Consumer Price Index 2020 schedule. Thank you for stopping by and reading this post. Please share with your friends and stay tuned for more.

Canada Consumer Price Index 2019 Dates

Canada Consumer Price Index 2019 Dates

What is Consumer Price Index?

Consumer Price Index (CPI) is the most watched economic indicator. It is calculated/released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which is part of the Department of Labor. The Consumer Price Index accounts for the majority of overall inflation. Inflation is important to currency evaluation. Get the annual schedule for United Kingdom CPI here and for Australia CPI here. Below is the annual schedule for Canada Consumer Price Index. 

Australia Consumer Price Index 2019 Dates

Australia Consumer Price Index 2019 Dates

What is Consumer Price Index? 

Consumer Price Index (CPI) is the most watched economic indicator. It is calculated then released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which is part of the Department of Labor.

What does Consumer Price Index measure?

It measures the change in price of goods and services purchased by the consumers excluding investment items such as stocks, bonds, real estates and life insurances. In short, Consumer Price Index measures the cost of living.

Why do we (traders) care

Consumer Price Index accounts for the majority of overall inflation. Inflation is important to currency evaluation. If the stats are good, they are considered as good for Australian Dollar which is likely to strengthen as a result and weakens when the stats are less than expected. Below is the Consumer Price Index for Australia. The stats are released quarterly. The first one was on the 29th of January and there’s 3 more left for 2019. Below is the annual schedule for Australia Consumer Price Index (CPI)

Consumer Price Index 2019 Dates-United Kingdom

Consumer Price Index 2019 Dates-United Kingdom

What is Consumer Price Index? 

Consumer Price Index (CPI) is the most watched economic indicator. It is calculated then released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which is part of the Department of Labor. Consumer Price Index accounts for the majority of overall inflation. Inflation is important to currency evaluation.

Planning is very important to me. We are still on planning ahead for 2019. As promised, here is the Consumer Price Index 2019 dates for the United Kingdom. If you missed my previous posts, you can check Non Farm Payrolls  2019 dates HERE and Bank Of Canada Interest Rates  2019 dates HERE.  Below is the Consumer Price Index 2019 dates for the United Kingdom.

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