Web App - Economic Calendar Tutorial

网页App - 财经日历教程

QOG Economic Calendar is divided into three sections: Events, Statistic and My Favorites.


The QOG Economic Calendar provides daily economic related events, as well as ‘Importance’, ‘Actual’, ‘Previous’, ‘Forecast’, ‘Details’.

Filter functionality: Filter according to the importance of event: 'High' 'Medium' or 'Low'. You can also filter by whether the event is your favorite. Filter settings will be stored automatically.

Click on the date to select the month and year.

Click on the plot icon near the date to view the comparison of ETF trend and the events of that date:

Click on the 'Details' icon to reveal the details page:

The details page will display data trends, future events, and detailed introduction of events, including link to data source. Please note that the time in the chart is when the data was released and not necessarily the same time the data represents (e.g. April data may be released in May, and the data point would show as May instead of April)


The statistic page shows the movement of ETF prices as a result of the events. It is derived by calculating the average price movement in the hour before and after the event.

You can also use filters to filter the events you are interested in, and you can select a time range (1 Year, 2 Years or 5 Years) to represent the time span of the statistics.

For example, in the chart below, the second figure in the first row (1.69) represents that: Over the last 2 years, SPY's price fluctuated 1.69% on average, within an hour before and after the FOMC press conference event.

My Favorites

You can add an event to your favorites in many places where you see the star symbol, and see all your favorites in this screen. Here you can quickly view their upcoming events, or click on the titles to see more details.















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