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Economic Calendar
The broadcast features significant economic surveys and indicators,monetary policy events,and speeches.
Each of the segments regards a certain economy and the currency it is likely to affect is indicated in the report.
High importance news releases are known to shake up the currency markets and each one of these is marked with a special note to help traders choose which of the events they should definitely keep an eye out for.
For most data releases a small summary is provided including details of the release and possible explanations behind the data. Data of the previous release and consensus estimates are also provided as a guide to traders.
  • Economic Calendar
    Economic Calendar
    Wed, Nov 22, 06:00
    A number of important US news releases are scheduled on Wednesday, the 22nd of November. Let's find out more.
    The first high importance event comes at half past noon GMT, when UK Chancellor Philip Hammond will be presenting the autumn budget to the Parliament. Preparing the budget could be a challenging task as the UK faces a slowdown in economic growth, uncertainty about the Brexit talks and a somewhat unstable government.
    The closely watched US Preliminary Durable Goods Orders for October follow at 1:30. Orders continued growing at a stready point 2% pace in September.
    The high importance weekly update on US Jobless Claims is out at the same time. Initial claims grew by 10 thousand during the week ending November 11 whereas the continuing claims dropped by 44 thousand during the week ending November 4.
    The final reading of University of Michigan Consumer Confidence for November will be available at 3, and the initial estimate suggests the Index has eased from the record-high levels it reached for the last 2 months.
    Euro Zone Preliminary Consumer Confidence for November comes at the same time. The Index stood unchanged in October, remaining well above its long-term average.
    Federal Open Market Committee will release the closely watched Minutes of its November meeting at 7. The meeting brought no changes to the monetary policy, but markets are expecting a rate hike in December.
    And New Zealand third quarter Retail Sales conclude the schedule at quarter to 10. Second quarter sales surprised on the upside, posting the strongest growth in a year.
    That's all for Wednesday's Economic Calendar. I'm Jack Everitt and we'll be back with the next overview of news releases for Thursday. Goodbye.
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    Economic Calendar
    Tue, Nov 21, 06:00
    Let's see which news releases stand out on Tuesday, the 21st of November. This is the Economic Calendar.
    Swiss Trade Balance for October is up first at 7 AM, and trade surplus widened more than expected in September as imports fell faster than exports.
    Aussie Dollar traders may want to tune in at 9:05 when RBA Governor Philip Lowe will discuss the recent developments in the Australian and global economy at the Australian Business Economists Annual Dinner.
    UK Public Sector Net Borrowing for October comes at half past 9, and the September budget deficit was smaller than expected, down from 9.2 billion pounds a year ago.
    The closely watched UK Inflation report hearings follow at 10, when Bank of England Governor Mark Carney will be testifying before Parliament's Treasury Committee.
    Coming up next at 1:30 PM GMT is the Canadian Wholesale Trade for September, and sales continued growing in August, although at a slower pace than the 1.7% gain the previous month.
    US Existing Home Sales for October are out at 3, and sales rebounded in September from the 12-month low reached a month ago.
    A closely watched event follows ar 11 o'clock in the evening when Fed Chair Janet Yellen will be participating in a panel discussion at he New York University Stern School of Business.
    And Australian Westpac Leading Index for September concludes the schedule at 11:30. The Index returned to growth in August, reversing a point 1% decline the previous month.
    You've been watching the Economic Calendar for Tuesday with me, _____. Wednesday brings a number of market movers, so check back.
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    Economic Calendar
    Mon, Nov 20, 06:00
    Dukascopy Forex TV Team is back with the Economic Calendar for this week’s first trading day, 20th of November.
    News flow is light and it starts with a publication of German Producer Price Index for October at 7 AM. Prices were up by point 3% in September and this was the third increase in a row.
    US Leading Indicators for October are up next at 3 PM GMT. Indicator declined point 2 percent in September, following a point 4 percent increase in August, and a point 3 percent increase in July.
    Reserve Bank of Australia November Meeting Minutes are published at a half past midnight and this release should be monitored closely by the Ozzy Dollar traders. The Board decided to leave the cash rate unchanged at 1.5 per cent in this meeting.
    Japanese All Industry Activity Index for September wraps up this agenda at 4:30 in the morning. Index increased by one tenth of a percent in August, wiping out July’s contraction.
    I’m ___________ and you’ve been watching the Economic Calendar for Monday. Check back for Tuesday’s report, but for now, goodbye.
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    Economic Calendar
    Fri, Nov 17, 06:00
    Friday brings a couple of potential market movers, so let's take a quick look.
    European Central Bank President Mario Draghi will be giving a closely watched speech at half past 8 in the morning, speaking at the European Banking Congress in Frankfurt.
    Coming up next at 1:30 PM GMT are the US Building Permits for October. The number of permits fell to a 4-month low in September, once again showing the impact of the hurricane season.
    And Canadian Consumer Price Index for October is out at the same time, which is a high importance release for all the Loonie Dollar traders. Annual inflation picked up speed in September, and growth was recorded across most subsectors.
    I'm ____ and this was the Economic Calendar for Friday, the 17th of November. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Monday. Goodbye.
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    Thu, Nov 16, 06:00
    Let's see which news releases could move the currency markets on Wednesday, the 16th of November. This is the Economic Calendar.
    UK Retail Sales for October are up first at 9:30 AM. Sales slipped unexpectedly in September, following 3 months of growth.
    The final reading of Euro Zone October CPI is out at 10. The prelinary estimate suggests the annual inflation has inched lower and now stands at a 3-month low.
    Coming up next at 1:30 PM GMT is the closely watched weekly update on US Jobless Claims. Initial claims went up by 10 thousand during the week ending November 4 whereas the continuing claims grew by 17 thousand during the week ending October 28.
    Canadian Manufacturing Sales for September will be available at the same time. Sales returned to growth in August on the back of higher transportation equipment, petrol and coal sales.
    Bank of England Governor Mark Carney will be speaking at 2, appearing at the Future Forum 2017 in Liverpool.
    US Industrial Production for October follows at quarter past 2, and output rebounded in September, partially reversing a point 7% decline a month ago.
    US NAHB Housing Market Index for November is out at 3. The October Index surprised on the upside, rising to a 6-month high.
    New Zealand Performance of Manufacturing Index for October comes at half past 9 in the evening. The Index inched slightly lower in September but it remains well in the positive territory.
    And New Zealand third quarter Producer Price Index concludes the schedule at quarter to 10. Both the input and output prices grew more than expected in the second quarter.
    You've been watching the Economic Calendar with me, _____. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Friday. Goodbye.
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    Wed, Nov 15, 06:00
    Wednesday brings the latest update on US inflation, and it's definitely worth a closer look.
    UK September Labour Report is up first at half past 9 AM. The unemployment rate remained at its 42-year low in August and employment went up.
    Euro Zone Trade Balance for September follows at 10. Trade surplus widened in August as exports outpaced the imports.
    Coming up next at 1:30 PM GMT is the closely watched US October CPI. The monthly core inflation finally grew in line with expectations in September, having surprised on the downside for the past 5 months.
    The high importance Preliminary US Retail Sales for October are out at the same time. Sales saw a strong growth in September as customers rushed to replace the hurricane season damages.
    US Business Inventories for September will be released at 3. Inventories saw a notable growth in August as businesses expect solid demand in the future.
    And Australian Labour Report for October concludes the schedule at half past midnight. The September report surprised on the upside as unemployment rate inched even lower and employment grew more than anticipated.
    You've been watching the Economic Calendar for Wednesday, the 15th of November. I'm ____ and we'll be back with the next overview of news releases for Thursday. Goodbye.
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    Economic Calendar
    Tue, Nov 14, 06:00
    Hello, traders, you're watching the Dukascopy Economic Calendar for Tuesday, the 14th of November.
    The closely watched preliminary reading of German third quarter GDP is up first at 7 AM, and the German economy continued to grow in the second quarter, albeit at a slower pace than the point 6% gain at the beginning of the year.
    Swiss Producer and Import Price Index for October follows at quarter past 8. The September Index surprised on the upside, posting the strongest growth in 5 years.
    The closely watched UK Consumer Price Index for October comes at 9:30. The annual inflation continued to increase in September and now stands one percentage point above the Bank of England target rate.
    UK House Price Index for September is out at the same time. Home prices grew less than expected in August, and, in particular, London house prices saw the slowest growth in the country.
    A very closely watched event is scheduled at 10, when Fed Chair Janet Yellen, along with the ECB President Mario Draghi, Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda and Bank of England Governor Mark Carney will all be participating at a panel discussion at ECB conference in Frankfurt. The topic of the discussion is challenges and opportunities of central bank communication.
    The high importance preliminary estimate of Euro Zone third quarter GDP comes at the same time, and the economy grew at a steady point 6% pace in the second quarter.
    And the closely watched German ZEW Economic Sentiment for November is out at this time as well. The Index continued to recover in October, but it remains well below its long-term average.
    Coming up next at 1:30 PM GMT is the US Producer Price Index for October. A spike in petrol prices pushed the total higher in September.
    Australian Westpac Consumer Confidence for November will be available at half past 11 in the evening. The Index continued to improve in October, and it marked the first time in a year when optimists outweighed the pessimists.
    And Japanese preliminary third quarter GDP concludes the schedule at 11:50. The initial second-quarter data showed the strongest expansion in a decade driven by gains in domestic consumption, but it was later revised downwards.
    This was the Economic Calendar for Tuesday with me, Kiays Khalil. Wednesday brings the latest US inflation data, so check back.
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    Mon, Nov 13, 06:00
    Hello, traders, you're watching the Dukascopy Economic Calendar for Monday, the 13th of November.
    Japanese Preliminary Machine Tool Orders for October are up first at 6 AM, and orders rebounded in September as both domestic and foreign orders went up.
    US Federal budget balance for October is out at 7. There was a budget surplus in September, but it was much smaller than the 33.4 billion dollar surplus a year ago.
    National Australia Bank Business Confidence for October follows at half past noon. The Index returned to growth in September as growth was recorded across most sectors; however, retail remained a prominent exception.
    And two news releases regarding the Chinese economy in October will be available at 2 AM, including the Industrial Production. Output picked up speed in September, following a worse-than-expected 6% gain the previous month.
    Retail Sales also saw some increase in September, although these improved data were overshadowed by weaker GDP growth.
    That's all for Monday's Economic Calendar. I'm Kiays Khalil and we'll be back with the next overview of key events for Tuesday. See you then.
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    Fri, Nov 10, 06:00
    The news release schedule gets light as the trading week is coming to an end, so let's take a quick look.
    Markets in the United States will be closed for the Veterans Day, and the first item on the schedule comes at half past 9, when the UK September Trade Balance is released. Trade deficit widened in August as exports fell and imports went up; in particular, gains in exports to EU countries were not enough to reverse a strong drop in non-EU exports.
    UK Industrial Production for September is out at the same time, and output continued to increase in August, driven by solid gains in manufacturing.
    UK NIESR Monthly GDP estimate for October follows at 1 PM GMT. The previous release covered the third quarter and noted a slightly increased rate of growth, although it also noted that UK growth remains below that of the United States and Euro zone.
    And, although it's a bank holiday, the closely watched University of Michigan Consumer Confidence for November still is scheduled at 3. The Index surged quite unexpectedly in October, hitting a 13-year high, and the report noted some of the increase may come from the post-storm recovery.
    This was the Economic Calendar for Friday, the 10th of November. I'm Kiays Khalil and we'll be back with the next overview of news releases for Monday. Goodbye.
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    Thu, Nov 09, 06:00
    You're watching the Economic Calendar for Wednesday, the 9th of November. Here's a rundown of the most important news releases.
    Swiss Unemployment Rate for October is up first at quarter to 7 AM, and the seasonally adjusted rate inched even lower in September, reaching its lowest level in more than 3 years.
    German Trade Balance for September follows at 7. Trade surplus widened in August as exports outpaced the imports.
    European Central Bank will release its latest Economic Bulletin for 8, and this particular release comes after the Bank announced a gradual tapering of its QE program.
    Coming up next at half past 1 PM GMT is the closely watched weekly update on US Jobless Claims. Initial claims went down by 5 thousand during the week ending October 28 while the continuing claims dropped by 15 thousand during the week ending October 21.
    Canadian New Housing Price Index for September is out at the same time. Nationwide home prices grew less than anticipated in August; in fact, prices stagnated in more than half of all census metropolitan areas.
    Swiss National Bank Chairman Thomas Jordan will be giving a closely watched speech at half past 4, speaking on the topic of independence of central banks after the financial crisis.
    Aussie Dollar traders may want to tune in at half past midnight for the closely watched Reserve Bank of Australia Statement on Monetary Policy. This quarterly announcement does not set the interest rates, but it does provide the bank's position on the possible future developments.
    And Japanese Tertiary Industry Index for September concludes the schedule at 4:30. The Index slipped again in August, following just one month of growth.
    That's all for Thursday's Economic Calendar. I'm Jack Everitt and we'll be back with the next overview of key events for Friday. Goodbye.
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    Wed, Nov 08, 06:00
    This is the Economic Calendar for Wednesday, the 8th of November. Let's see which news releases could be of interest to currency traders.
    Canadian Building Permits for September are up first at 1:30 PM GMT. The number of permits has been decreasing for the past two months.
    Reserve Bank of New Zealand will release its closely watched Monetary Policy Statement at 8 o'clock in the evening. No rate hikes are anticipated, but this release also includes a press conference, which could cause some volatility.
    Japanese Machinery Orders for September are out at 11:50. Orders continued growing in August, and gains were recorded across the board.
    UK RICS House Price Balance for October follows one minute past midnight. The Index stood unchanged in September, sugesting a very modest increase in home prices.
    Australian Home Loans for September will be available at half past midnight. Lending has been growing for the past 4 months, and investment housing loans have seen especially strong growth.
    The closely watched Chinese October CPI comes at 1:30 AM, and the annual inflation inched lower in September from the 8-month high reached the previous month.
    And Chinese Producer Price Index for October is out at the same time. Now, producer price index surprised on the upside, surging to a 6-month high.
    This was the Economic Calendar for Wednesday with me, Jessica Walker. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Thursday. Goodbye.
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    Economic Calendar
    Tue, Nov 07, 06:00
    Hello, traders, let's see which news releases could move the currency markets on Tuesday, the 7th of November.
    Starting things off at 7 o'clock in the morning is the German Industrial Production for September. Output rebounded strongly in August, reversing two months of decline.
    Swiss National Bank Foreign Currency Reserves for October follow at 8. Reserves have been steadily rising for the past 3 months, suggesting an active intervention in the market.
    UK Halifax House Price Index for October is out at half past 8. The Index has been growing more than expected for the past 3 months.
    European Central Bank President Mario Draghi will be speaking at 9 o'clock, delivering the opening remarks at the ECB forum on banking supervision in Frankfurt.
    Euro Zone Retail PMI for October comes at 9:10. The Index rebounded in September in light of strong French and German data; moreover, the Italian PMI turned positive for the first time in almost 2 years.
    Euro Zone Retail Sales for September will be available at 10. Sales have been decreasing for the past two months, following 6 months of growth.
    Coming up next at 3 PM GMT are the US JOLTS Job Openings for September, and the number of openings inched somewhat lower in August, having reached a record-high level the previous month.
    Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz will be giving a closely watched speech at 10 past 6 on the topic of understanding inflation. The text of the speech will be released 15 minutes earlier, and a press conference will follow at 7.
    US Consumer Credit for September is out at 8. Credit grew at a slower pace in August as gains in credit card loans was partially reversed by a slowdown in education and car loans.
    And preliminary September Japanese Leading Index concludes the schedule at 5 AM. The Index gained two points in August and now stands at a 3 year high.
    That's all for Tuesday's Economic Calendar. I'm Jessica Walker and we'll be back with the next overview of news releases for Wednesday. Goodbye.
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    Mon, Nov 06, 06:00
    Hello traders, let's see which news releases could move the currency markets on Monday, the 6th of November.
    Japanese Services PMI for October is up first at half past midnight. The Index has been declining for the past 3 months and now stands at an 11-month low.
    Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda will be giving a closely watched speech at 1 AM, appearing at a meeting with business leaders in Nagoya.
    New Zealand fourth quarter Inflation Expectations follow at 2. The anticipated annual inflation rate inched lower in the third quarter from 2.2% a quarter ago.
    German Factory Orders for September will be available at 7 o'clock. Orders rebounded strongly in August, reversing a point 4% slip the previous month.
    Swiss Consumer Price Index for October is scheduled at quarter past 8. The annual inflation has been rising for three months straight on the back of higher clothing and petrol prices.
    The final estimate of Euro Zone October Services PMI is up next at 9. The preliminary estimate suggests the Index has inched slightly lower as stronger French data was reversed by a weaker German index.
    Euro Zone Producer Price Index for September follows at 10. The Index returned to growth in August in light of higher energy costs and intermediate goods prices.
    Coming up next at 3 PM GMT is the Canadian Ivey PMI for October. The Index rebounded in September from the 3-month low reached a month ago.
    Australian Performance of Construction Index for October is out at half past 10 in the evening. The Index continued to decline in September, hitting a 5-month low.
    And Aussie Dollar traders may also want to tune in for the next event, namely, RBA Monetary Policy Statement, which comes at 3:30 AM. There have been no rate hikes for the past 7 years, and traders are not really expecing any until late 2018 or even early 2019.
    So that's all for Monday's Economic Calendar. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Tuesday. Goodbye.
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    Economic Calendar
    Fri, Nov 03, 06:00
    Friday is heavy on potential market movers, so keep watching this Economic Calendar to find out more.
    UK Services PMI for October is up first at 9:30 AM. The Index rebounded in September from the 12-month low reached the previous month.
    Coming up next at 12:30 PM GMT is the closely watched US Employment Report for October, and the September report was a mixed bag; on one hand, the unemployment rate did go down. On the other hand, the labour market lost 33 thousand jobs, showing the impact of the hurricane season.
    US September Trade Balance is out at the same time. Trade deficit narrowed in August as imports went down and exports inched higher.
    And the Canadian counterparts of these reports will be available at this time as well. Canadian unemployment rate stood unchanged in September; it is worth noting, however, that full time employment saw a strong growth, although it was mostly reversed by a drop in part-time employment.
    And Canadian trade deficit widened in August as stronger Loonie hurt Canadian exports; imports, on the other hand, stood unchanged.
    The closely watched US ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI for October follows at 2. The Index jumped to a 9-year high in September as business activity, new orders and prices all went up.
    And US Factory Orders for September will be released at the same time. Orders rebounded in August, partially offsetting a 3.3% drop a month ago.
    This was the Economic Calendar for Friday, the 3rd of November. I'm Jack Everitt and we'll be back with the next overview of news releases for Monday. Goodbye.
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    Economic Calendar
    Thu, Nov 02, 06:00
    Thursday brings a very important news release for Pound traders, so let's find out more.
    Swiss Consumer Confidence for October is up first at 6:45 AM. The Index rebounded in September and now stands well above its long-term average; in particular, consumers are more increasingly optimistic about economic growth and job market.
    Swiss Retail Sales for September follow at 8:15. Sales slipped in August, having stood unchanged the previous month.
    The closely watched German Labour Report for October is out at 9. The unemployment rate remained unchanged in September, standing at a decades-low level.
    The final reading of Euro Zone October Manufacturing PMI comes at the same time. The preliminary estimate puts the Index at a 6-year high in light of solid growth in both Germany and France.
    UK Markit Construction PMI for October will be available at 9:30. The Index plunged by 3 points in September, slipping in the negative territory for the first time in more than a year.
    Bank of England will release its latest Monetary Policy Statement at noon GMT, together with the Quarterly Inflation Report. It is actually a very highly anticipated event as, for the first time in years, there is a real possibility of a rate hike. Moreover, Governor Mark Carney will hold a press conference half an hour later.
    The closely watched weekly update on US Jobless Claims follows at 12:30. Initial claims went up by 10 thousand during the week ending October 21 whereas the continuing claims dropped by 3 thousand during the week ending October 14.
    Australian Performance of Service Index for October is out at half past 10 in the evening. The Index has been declining for the past 2 months but it remains in the positive territory.
    Australian Retail Sales for September will be available at half past midnight. August data surprised very much on the downside as sales posted the largest monthly drop in more than 4 years.
    And Chinese Caixin Services PMI for October comes at quarter to 2 AM. The September data came in much weaker than anticipated, dropping to a 21-month low.
    This was the Economic Calendar for Thursday, the 2nd of November. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Friday. Goodbye.
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    Wed, Nov 01, 06:00
    Wednesday is a busy day, and the Dukascopy TV team is here to help you get through it.
    UK Nationwide House Price Index for October is up first at 7 AM. The Index rebounded in September but remarkably London home prices posted their first decline in 8 years.
    Swiss October Manufacturing PMI follows at half past 8. The Index has been growing for the past 3 months and now stands at a 6 year high.
    UK Manufacturing PMI for October is out at the same time. The Index inched lower in September, particularly due to negative impact from weaker Pound and higher commodity prices; it did, however, remain well in the positive territory.
    Coming up next at 12:15 PM GMT is US ADP Employment Change for October. The September report showed the impact of the hurricane season; in particular, small business hiring went down.
    Canadian October Manufacturing PMI will be available at half past 1. The Index rebounded in September from the 8-month low reached the previous month.
    The closely watched US ISM Manufacturing PMI for October is scheduled at 2. The September Index surprised on the upside, surging to a 13-year high; in particular, new orders picked up speed.
    US Construction Spending for September is out at the same time. Spending returned to growth in August, following two months of decline.
    The Fed will release its closely watched Monetary Policy Statement at 6, although this event will not have a press conference, and no rate hikes are expected, either.
    Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz will be speaking at 8:15, appearing before the Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce in Ottawa, and this is a high importance release for the Loonie Dollar traders.
    Australian Trade Balance for September comes at half past midnight. Trade surplus widened in August as exports went up and imports stood unchanged.
    Australian Building Approvals for September are out at the same time. The number of approvals rebounded in August but not enough to reverse a 1.2% decline the previous month.
    And Japanese Consumer Confidence for October concludes the schedule at 5 AM. The Index came in stronger than expected in September, reaching a 7 month high.
    You've been watching the Economic Calendar for Wednesday, the 1st of November. I'm Jessica Walker and we'll be back with the nest overview of news releases for Thursday. See you then.
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    Tue, Oct 31, 06:00
    The last day of October brings a number of known market movers, so keep watching this Economic Calendar to find out more.
    Coming up first at 10 o'clock are several news releases regarding the Euro Zone economy, including the all-important October CPI. The annual inflation has stood unchanged for the past 2 months, and the trend could continue.
    The closely watched third-quarter GDP is out at the same time, and the Euro Zone economy continued growing at a steady point 6% pace in the second quarter.
    And September Unemployment Rate will be available at this time as well. Unemployment has stood at the same level for 3 months straight, but the rate was noticeably lower than the 9.9% level posted a year ago.
    A high importance release for the Loonie Dollar traders follows at 12:30 PM GMT, namely, Canadian August GDP. The July data surprised on the downside as Canadian economy ground to a halt.
    US Consumer Confidence Index for October is scheduled at 2. The Index eased in September from 120.4 points the previous month.
    Loonie Dollar traders may also want to tune in at half past 7, when Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz will be testifying before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance in Ottawa.
    New Zealand third quarter Labour Report is out at quarter to 10, and it is a high importance release for the Kiwi Dollar traders. The previous report showed mixed results as unemployment rate dropped to a 9-year low but employment went down as well.
    Australian Performance of Manufacturing Index for October comes at half past 10. The Index dropped by 5.6 points in September, having reached a 15-year high the previous month.
    UK BRC Shop Price Index for October follows at one minute past midnight. A strong growth in food prices left the index just a fraction in the negative territory in September.
    And Chinese Caixin Manufacturing PMI for October will be available at 1:45 AM. The Index slipped to a 3-month low in September in light of weaker growth in output and new orders.
    This was the Economic Calendar for Tuesday, the 31st of October. I'm Kiays Khalil and we'll be back with the next overview of news releases for Wednesday. Goodbye.
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    Mon, Oct 30, 06:00
    Monday is a pretty busy day, so let's see which news releases stand out.
    Starting things off at 8 AM is the Swiss KOF Economic Barometer for October, and the Index rebounded in September from the 3-month low reached a month ago.
    UK Net Lending to Individuals for September is out at half past 9. The August data surprised on the upside as lending grew at its fastest pace in 3 months.
    Coming up next at 12:30 PM GMT is the US Personal Income and Spending for September. Both income and spending continued growing in August but at a slower pace than a month ago.
    The closely watched German Preliminary CPI for October is out at 3. The annual inflation in the largest Euro Zone economy stood at 1.8% in September, which is broadly in line with the ECB target rate.
    New Zealand Building Permits for September will be available at 9:45 in the evening, and August data showed the strongest growth in 7 months.
    Japanese Labour Report for September follows at 11:30; the unemployment rate has stood at the same low level for the past 3 months.
    Japanese Preliminary Industrial Production for September is released at 11:50. Output rebounded in August, reversing a point 8% drop the previous month.
    Australian New Home Sales for September are out at midnight, and sales returned to growth in August, following two months of decline.
    New Zealand ANZ Business Confidence for October comes at the same time. The Index plundeg to a 2-year low in September ahead of the upcoming election.
    UK Consumer Confidence for October follows one minute later. The previous report noted a mixed mood among consumers as the Index went up by one point.
    Commodity currency traders may want to keep a close eye on Chinese October PMI, which is out at 1 AM. Both the manufacturing and services PMIs showed some solid growth in September; in fact, the manufacturing PMI hit a 5-year high.
    And Japanese Housing Starts for September conclude the schedule at 5. Starts have been declining on an annual basis for the past 2 months.
    That concludes the Economic Calendar for Monday, the 30th of October. I'm Jack Everitt and we'll be back with the next overview of news releases for Tuesday. Goodbye.
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    Fri, Oct 27, 06:00
    The news release schedule is short on Friday, the 27th of October, but it definitely can move the currency markets. Let's find out more.
    Coming up first at 12:30 PM GMT is the closely watched preliminary estimate of US third quarter GDP. The second quarter GDP surprised on the upside, driven by higher consumer spending and business investments, but, much like with other recent US data, the hurricane season could have an impact on this quarter's growth.
    The next news item is also the last, and it's the final reading of University of Michigan October Consumer Confidence. The preliminary estimate puts the Index at its highest level since 2004, but the report did note consumers expect little room for further improvement.
    And that's all for Friday's Economic Calendar. I'm Kiays Khalil and things get busier on Monday, so check back.
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    Thu, Oct 26, 06:00
    Thursday brings the latest ECB Monetary Policy Statement, and it definitely is worth a closer look.
    But first, there's German GfK Consumer Confidence for November, which is out at 6 AM. The October Index inched slightly lower, having reached a record-high reading the previous month.
    So the closely watched ECB Monetary Policy Statement is released at 11:45, and a press conference follows 45 minutes later. The ECB is widely expected to announce some sort of tapering for its QE program, which is almost sure to shake up the markets.
    Coming up next at 12:30 PM GMT are the US Jobless Claims for October. Initial claims dropped by 22 thousand during the week ending October 14, whereas the continuing claims dropped by 16 thousand during the week ending October 7; both now stand at their lowest level since 1973.
    US Pending Home Sales for September follow at 2. Sales continued to decline in August, pushed lower by declines in hurricane-hit areas.
    The closely watched Japanese September CPI is out at 11:30 in the evening. Core inflation gained point 2 percentage points in August, inching closer to the Bank of Japan target rate.
    And Australian third quarter Producer Price Index concludes the schedule at half past midnight. The Index has been growing at a steady half a percent pace for the past 2 quarters.
    This was the Economic Calendar for Thursday, the 26th of October, with me, Jack Everitt. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Friday.
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