2024 Economic Calendar
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"Fed cuts in the offing, but maybe not the immediate offing"
"US labor market less tight but still solid"
"Consumer inflation moderating but slowly"
"Global data soft; Swiss National Bank cuts rates"
"Inflation not moderating very much; Fed holds steady"
"Growth stable, inflation not slowing"
"Inflation mostly above target, growth mostly modest"
"US inflation still high, progress slow"
"Inflation expectations going in wrong direction"
"US wage pressures ease but still too hot"
"No progress on US inflation"
"Global activity and global policy continue to diverge"
"Two paths diverge in June (or will they?)"
"Stronger than expected! Stronger than expected!"
"Economic activity beating expectations"
"BoJ leads policy bonanza; global data now beating forecasts"
"Bank of Japan and US Fed set to steal headlines"
"Employment still tight, inflation still high, policy still patient"
"Job markets stretched as Powell takes center stage"
"Policy options aplenty as rate cuts pushed back"
"Inflation cooling but slowly; growth flatlining in Japan and UK"
"Patience is the byword; inflation still cooling, activity still mixed"
"Global economy flat but not contracting; US jobs surge"
"Inflation cooling, economic activity steady; policy on hold"
"Inflation still above target; US demand strengthens"
"Policy perfection: growth intact as policy lags come into view"
"Inflation mostly cooling, yet wages remain heated"

Weekly recap of U.S. market activity and events. This weekly article reviews the U.S. equity and bond markets, followed by a table displaying changing levels in key market indexes, and commentary on the economic indicators released during the week. Simply Economics includes a Bottom Line, a synopsis describing what the activity during the week may mean for the markets going forward.
Covers important events in the equity, bond, and currency markets by geographic area through the use of charts, tables and text. Investors are provided with a view of the changing levels of Global Stock Market Indexes from week to week and as a percentage change in the current year. An Economic Scoreboard surveys economic indicators released in regions around the globe. The Bottom Line provides investors with a synopsis describing what the activity during the week may mean for the markets in the future.
This article provides a short description of the equity and bond markets during the month and indicates what the major events (earnings announcements or economic indicators) caused bond and stock prices to fluctuate over the period.