Monday is the Manufacturing PMI day, so keep watching this Economic Calendar to find out more. Markets will be closed in Germany as the German Unification Day is observed. The first release comes at 7:15 AM, and it is the Swiss Retail Sales for August. Sales have been declining on an annual basis for the past 11 months. Swiss Manufacturing PMI for September comes at 7:30. The August Index came... Еще in stronger than anticipated, rising from 50.1 points the previous month. The final estimate of Euro Zone Manufacturing PMI for September follows at 8. The initial estimate puts the Index at its highest level in 4 months as both German and French data shows improvement. UK Manufacturing PMI for September is out at 8:30. The Index saw a very strong growth in August, suggesting that British businesses are brushing off any concerns about the possible impact of Brexit; they may also benefit from the weaker Pound. Coming up next at 1:30 PM GMT is the Canadian Manufacturing PMI for September. The Index eased in August, dropping to a 6 month low. The closely watched US ISM Manufacturing PMI for September follows at 2. The August data came in much weaker than expected as declining orders and output pushed the Index in the negative territory for the first time in 6 months. US Construction Spending for August comes at the same time. Spending stood unchanged in July, following a strong point 9% gain the previous month. There's little on the schedule until half past midnight, when Australian Building Approvals for August are released. Building permits surged in July, reversing two months of decline. Aussie Dollar traders should stay tuned, as Reserve Bank of Australia will release its closely watched Monetary Policy Statement at half past 3 AM. No interest rate cuts are expected this time around, but the statement still shows what the policy makers think of the Australian economy. And Japanese Consumer Confidence Index for September concludes the schedule at 5. The Index rose to an 8-month high in August. I'm Jessica Walker and you've been watching the Economic Calendar for Monday, the 3rd of October. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Tuesday. Goodbye.