Higher numbers than forecast tend to be bullish for GBP/xxx pairs and bearish for xxx/GBP pairs.
The typical/expected impact on GBP pairs is medium.
The consensus forecast for Average Earnings Including Bonus (3Mo/Yr) is 7.7%. A higher value than forecast tends to be bullish for GBP/xxx pairs and bearish for xxx/GBP pairs.
(A summary of the historic trading range after each event is not available for Average Earnings Including Bonus (3Mo/Yr). Please check the candle charts instead.)
The trading range of GBPUSD was pips following the most recent Average Earnings Including Bonus (3Mo/Yr).
The most recent announced value for Average Earnings Including Bonus (3Mo/Yr) was 7.9% against a forecast of 7.4%.
|Source:||Office for National Statistics|
|Australia||Unemployment Rate s.a.|
|Australia||Employment Change s.a.|
|Canada||Net Change in Employment|
|New Zealand||Unemployment Rate|
|New Zealand||Employment Change|
|United Kingdom||Employment Change|
|United Kingdom||ILO Unemployment Rate (3M)|
|United Kingdom||Claimant Count Change|
|United States||Nonfarm Payrolls|
|United States||ADP Employment Change|
|Australia||Wage Price Index (QoQ)|
|Canada||Average Hourly Wages (YoY)|
|Switzerland||Unemployment Rate s.a (MoM)|
|Germany||Unemployment Rate s.a.|
|Japan||Jobs / Applicants Ratio|
|New Zealand||Participation Rate|
|New Zealand||Labour Cost Index (QoQ)|
|United Kingdom||Claimant Count Rate|
|United Kingdom||Average Earnings Excluding Bonus (3Mo/Yr)|
|United States||ISM Manufacturing Employment Index|
|United States||Unit Labor Costs|
|United States||Personal Income (MoM)|
|United States||ISM Services Employment Index|
|United States||Unemployment Rate|
|United States||Nonfarm Productivity|
|United States||Initial Jobless Claims|
|United States||Labor Force Participation Rate|
|United States||U6 Underemployment Rate|
|United States||Initial Jobless Claims 4-week average|
|United States||Average Hourly Earnings (MoM)|
|United States||Average Hourly Earnings (YoY)|
The value of Average Earnings Including Bonus (3Mo/Yr) has been announced.