Brazil
SDDS
Advance release calendar

SDDS Data Categories Date of
last
calendar
release
Calendar
flexi-
bility
Notes  Release*
Dec Jan Feb Mar
Real Sector
National accounts30 Nov (70-day lag)   
07
(Q4 16)
Industrial Production Index01 Nov (40-day lag)
02
(Oct 16)
05
(Nov 16)
01
(Dec 16)
08
(Jan 17)
Labor Market: Employment29 Nov (7-week lag) 1/
29
(Nov 16)
31
(Dec 16)
24
(Jan 17)
31
(Feb 17)
Labor Market: Unemployment29 Nov (7-week lag) 1/
29
(Nov 16)
31
(Dec 16)
24
(Jan 17)
31
(Feb 17)
Labor Market: Wages/Earnings29 Nov (7-week lag) 2/
29
(Oct 16)
31
(Nov 16)
24
(Dec 16)
31
(Jan 17)
Price indices: Consumer prices09 Nov (9 to 15-day lag)
09
(Nov 16)
11
(Dec 16)
08
(Jan 17)
10
(Feb 17)
Price indices: Producer prices08 Nov (12-day lag)
07
(Nov 16)
06
(Dec 16)
07
(Jan 17)
07
(Feb 17)
Fiscal Sector
General government or public sector operations29 Jan
2016
3/     
Central government operations28 Nov (1-month lag)
27
(Nov 16)
   
Central government debt28 Nov (1-month lag)
27
(Nov 16)
   
Financial Sector
Depository Corporations Survey30 Nov (1-month lag)
30
(Nov 16)
   
Analytical accounts of the Central Bank14 Nov (1-month lag)
14
(Nov 16)
   
Interest rates  4/ 
Financial Soundness Indicators  (2 to 3-month lag)Released within two to three months after the end of the reference quarter.
Stock Market: Share price index  4/ 
External Sector
Balance of payments22 Nov (1-month lag)
20
(Nov 16)
   
International reserves monthly data07 Nov (1-month lag)
07
(Nov 16)
   
     International Reserves - daily data  4/ 
     Data Template on International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity07 Nov (1-month lag)
07
(Nov 16)
   
Merchandise trade01 Nov (1-month lag)
01
(Nov 16)
   
External Debt27 Set (3-month lag)
20
(Sep 16)
   
International investment position (IIP)27 Set (3-month lag)
20
(Sep 16)
   
Exchange rates  4/ 
Population
Population31 Out (4-month lag)    

* Release dates can be specified as a specific date, a range of dates, or a no-later-than (NLT) date. The period (or date) to which data to be released relate is shown in parentheses.

1/ As of March 2016 reference date, the data concerning short-term indicators for employment and unemployment are being provided by the new Brazilian work force survey, Pesquisa Nacional por Amostra de Domicílios – PNAD Contínua (Continuous National Household Sample Survey).

2/ As of February 2016 reference date, the data concerning short-term indicators for wage and income are being povided by the new Brazilian work force survey, Pesquisa Nacional por Amostra de Domicílios – PNAD Contínua (Continuous National Household Sample Survey).

3/ Brazil is taking a flexibility option for the timeliness of the General government operations. Present timeliness is two years and one month for financing data.

4/ Not applicable. Data are disseminated daily.