You're watching the Dukascopy Economic Calendar for Tuesday, the 13th of June. Here's a rundown of the most important news releases. A couple of publications regarding the UK economy for May open this agenda at 8:30 in the morning, including the key inflation figures. Sterling’s weakness has continued to drive inflation higher and annual pace jumped to 2.7% in April, which was the highest level... Еще since early 2013. Producer Prices is the other item available at this time. Factory gate prices have increased for 15 months in a row up to April of this year. The high importance Euro Zone and German ZEW Surveys for June both are published at 9 AM. German economic sentiment improved just slightly in May, but the whole bloc’s reading showed a sharp improvement. US PPI for May follows at a half past noon GMT. Producer prices gained a half a percent in April, wiping out the slight contraction that was recorded in March. New Zealand current account stats will be released at 10:45 PM. Deficit narrowed down sharply in the final quarter of last year and balance is expected to turn positive in this release of the first quarter. Australian Westpac-MI consumer sentiment for June is up next at a half past midnight. Index of Consumer Sentiment fell by 1.1% from 99 in April to 98 in May. A batch of Chinese reports for May are scheduled at 2 AM, including Fixed Asset Investments. The growth of investments slowed down in April from 9.2% level, which was posted in March. Industrial production output slowed down in April as well after jumping to 7.6% in March. And retail sales is the final of the three Chinese items out at this time. While the pace of annual growth eased back, it remains above the 10% mark. Revised Japanese Industrial production report wraps up this agenda at 4:30 AM. According to preliminary report, production expanded at a rate of 4% in April, wiping out March’s decline of 2.1%. I'm Celeste Skinner and that's all for Tuesday’s Economic Calendar. Check back in for the next overview of news releases, but for now, goodbye.