Mortgage Economic Calendar November 2020
Mortgage Economic Calendar for November 2020
Below is the Mortgage Economic Calendar that shows when key Economic Indicators and Economic Data is scheduled for release in November 2020. Since this is a website for the Mortgage Industry, this Mortgage Economic Calendar emphasizes Economic Data that is of particular interest to Housing, Real Estate, and Mortgage Professionals. However, this Economic Calendar can be useful to anyone interested in Economics, Economic Data, Stock Markets, Bond Markets, Labor Markets, Housing Markets, etc. The last two pages contain a brief description of the major Economic Indicators that are included in this Economic Calendar. This Mortgage Economic Calendar can be viewed online or downloaded and saved as a PDF
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Market Influence of Different Economic Indicators
There are over 50 different Economic Indicators displayed in this Mortgage Economic Calendar and some have more influence on the markets than others. We have highlighted the Indicators that have a heavy influence on the markets. Below is a rough classification of the market influence that each Economic Indicator exerts.
The market influence of each Economic Indicator is subjective and changes with market conditions. Just because a particular Economic Indicator may exert only minimal influence on the markets does not deter from its importance. For example, The NAHB Housing Market Index measures the sentiment of Home Builders across the country. It is widely watched and an important Housing Indicator but has minimal influence to move the financial markets. If you are a Loan Officer that originates a lot of mortgages for new homes, it would be a very important Economic Indicator to follow since many of your borrowers are buying homes from these builders.
You would also want to reference this Mortgage Economic Calendar to follow New Home Sales and Building Permits since this would be a Forward Looking Indicator to future origination possibilities.
Most Economic Indicators and Economic Data is typically released in the morning between 7:30 AM and Noon Eastern Time, but there are releases and announcements all day long.
|Fed Chair Press Conference
FOMC Meetings and Announcements
FOMC Minutes & Forecasts
Employment Situation / Jobs Report
CPI - Consumer Price Index
PPI - Producer Price Index
GDP - Gross Domestic Product
Durable Goods Orders
|ADP Employment Report
Employment Cost Index
Existing Home Sales
ISM Manufacturing Index
ISM Non-Manufacturing Index
New Home Sales
Personal Income and Spending
Weekly Jobless Claims
Empire State Report (Manufacturing Survey)
FHFA House Price Index
Import - Export Prices
JOLTS - Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey
Labor Market Conditions Index
Pending Home Sales Index
Philly Fed Report
Productivity and Costs
S&P Corelogic Case-Shiller Home Price Index
TIC Flows - Treasury International Capital
|Chain Store Sales
Chicago Fed Report (National Activity Index)
Dallas Fed Report (Manufacturing Survey)
Kansas City Fed Report (Manufacturing Index)
MBA Mortgage Applications
NAHB Housing Market Index
NFIB Small Business Optimism Index
PMI Manufacturing Index
PMI Services Index
Richmond Fed Report (Manufacturing Index)
The Mortgage Economic Calendar pays particular attention to Federal Reserve meetings and statements. The Mortgage Business (and the entire US Economy) is heavily influenced by interest rates so anything having to do with the Federal Reserve is always scrutinized. One of the biggest Economic events is the Federal Open Market Committee Meeting - FOMC Meeting. These meetings occur 8 times a year and last 2 days, usually starting on a Tuesday morning and ending on Wednesday afternoon. This is called Fed Week.
Fed Week and Fed Watchers
After the meeting, the Fed will release statements, announcements, and its interest rate decision. The Fed Chair also usually conducts a press conference and delivers a prepared statement. There is a group of people in financial circles called Fed Watchers that dissect every syllable of Fed Statements and Fed Announcements in an attempt to forecast the Fed's next move.
Two weeks after each FOMC Meeting, the Fed releases the FOMC Minutes which contain a detailed record of the last FOMC Meeting. Fed watchers carefully analyze the FOMC Minutes to help forecast the direction and timing of the next interest rate move.