Continuing the discussion from Which economic calendar do we trust?:
We source our economic calendar data from a 3rd party that employs over a dozen economists on their team, in different regions of the world (US, England, Singapore), to formulate, collect and aggregate the data that you see on a daily basis. Most of the data analysis and collection is done manually, and as such, there could (and every often is) a difference in impact ratings as compared to other economic news outlets that have a more automated approach to their collection and publishing methods. This doesn’t necessarily mean that one source is right and another is wrong, but that we may put more or less emphasis on the impact of an event than someone else.
As for event differences that you might experience, our data provider covers many different regions and countries, and the economic events in those locations, which may or may not be covered by someone else. That undoubtedly leads to differences. Economic calendars can source their own data or use one of many available data providers.
If ever you have an issue with an event or lack of an event, or problems with any data accompanying that event, please reach out to us so we can take a look. Thanks!