[new] Economic Events Calendar API

Today we are happy to announce our new Economic Events Calendar API. The Economic Events API is a part of Fundamental API and is accessible under Fundamental subscription. It provides the past and future events from all around the world like Retail Sails, Bond Auctions, PMI Releases, and many other Economic Events data.

In this API we support more than 30 countries and more than 50 different economic event types.

More information you can get on our documentation page.

An example of the output:

We are also open to any feedback and ready to add any new field and signal you are interested in our Financial News API. Just send us an email to support@eodhistoricaldata.com. More information you can get on our documentation page.

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