Publications Schedule

Publications and Excel files are completed and distributed to email subscribers in the evening (London Time) of the Release Date and are sent by post to hardcopy subscribers the following day.

 

Survey Date Release Date
Consensus Forecasts – G7 & Western Europe

(CF)

August 12
September 9
October 14
November 11
August 15
September 12
October 17
November 14
Asia Pacific Consensus Forecasts

(APCF)

August 12
September 9
October 14
November 11
August 15
September 12
October 17
November 14
Eastern Europe Consensus Forecasts

(EECF)

August 19
September 16
October 21
November 18
August 21
September 19
October 23
November 21
Latin American Consensus Forecasts

(LACF)

August 19
September 16
October 21
November 18
August 22
September 18
October 24
November 20
Continuous Consensus Forecasts

(CF, APCF, EECF, LACF)

The monthly results from our four regional surveys (above) are updated continuously between monthly surveys to provide more high-frequency expectations via this
ancillary product.

Long-Term Consensus Forecasts

(CF, APCF, EECF, LACF)

Long-Term forecasts from our regional surveys are released quarterly in Excel format. The next set of forecasts are due for release on October 18 (CF, APCF) and October 25 (EECF, LACF). Details available upon request.

Foreign Exchange Consensus Forecasts August 12
September 9
October 14
November 11
August 14
September 11
October 16
November 13
Energy & Metals Consensus Forecasts August 19
September 16
October 21
November 18
August 23
September 20
October 25
November 22
Current Economics not applicable
not applicable
not applicable
not applicable
August 27
September 23
October 28
November 25
Consensus Forecasts – USA August 12
September 9
October 14
November 11
August 15
September 12
October 17
November 14

 

Our publication schedules entail a Survey Date (the date on the cover of the publication, on which we expect our panellists’ survey responses), which will normally be the second Monday or third Monday of each month. (In several of the G7 countries there is a heavy flow of government data announcements during the first week of each month, and this often leads to forecast revisions by our panellists which we could not immediately obtain if we surveyed at the very beginning of the month). The publication must then be written, checked, printed and sent to clients on its Release Date (often the following Thursday or Friday).

All dates are tentative.