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Historical economic calendar data by currency symbol

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This item downloads economic calendar events for different currencies. It downloads the event name, the event's date, the event's description, the currency involved in the event, the importance of the event, the actual release number, the forecasted release number, and the previous release number.

It is pretty the same downloader as the following one: Economic Calendar. It downloads the same data and calendar events. However, the difference lies in where the data is saved. The data is still saved into a custom database, but, with the current item, each currency symbol will get its own data. That is, instead of saving all the event releases into the same symbol, each currency data is saved separately. If an event release concerns for example the U.S. dollar (USD), it will then be saved into a symbol whose name is USD.
Therefore, eight symbols will be created (EUR, USD, JPY, GBP, CHF, AUD, CAD, and NZD), and each one will get its own release data. The database remains the same with the same column details.

As an example, the USD symbol contains all the release data that can affect the U.S. dollar. There were 2807 event releases after downloading the data for all the available period (2007 to present).

Example of release events:
U. of Michigan Confidence (JUN P)
Import Price Index (MoM) (MAY)
Fed's Beige Book
Monthly Budget Statement (MAY)
MBA Mortgage Applications (JUN 5)
Bloomberg Global Confidence (JUN)
Trade Balance (APR)
IBD/TIPP Economic Optimism (JUN)
Wholesale Inventories (APR)
Fisher Speaks at Dallas Fed Conference on U.S. Economy
Business Inventories (APR)
Advance Retail Sales (MAY)
Fed's Rosengren; Yellen Speak on Panel at Fed Conference
Average Weekly Hours (MAY)

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