Tuesday brings a number of updates from central bank governors, so keep watching this Economic Calendar to find out more. The schedule starts at 6 o'clock in the morning with German Producer Price Index for May. The Index rebounded in April, and energy prices contributed most to the increase; however, intermediate, consumer and capital goods prices went up as well. Bank of England Governor Mark... Еще Carney will be speaking at the Mansion House dinner in London at half past 7. This closely watched speech initially was scheduled 5 days earlier but it will now take place after the latest Bank of England monetary policy meeting which struck a more hawkish tone and after the official start of the Brexit negotiations. Another high importance speech follows at 8:45, when Swiss National Bank Chairman Thomas Jordan will be participating in a panel discussion at the NZZ Swiss International Finance Forum in Bern. The topic of the discussion could be quite relevant for policy watchers, as it concerns the accomodative monetary policy and moving away from it. Coming up next at 12:30 PM GMT is the Canadian Wholesale Trade for April, and March data showed continued growth; moreover, the total amount of sales rose above 60 billion dollars for the first time on record. Bank of Japan will release the Minutes of its April meeting at 11:50. The bank maintained its expansive monetary policy in April, quoting potential overseas risks. Australian Westpac Leading Index for April is out at half past midnight. The Index eased in March, but it nevertheless remained above its long-term average. And Japanese All Industry Index for April is up last at 4:30 AM. The March data surprised on the downside, following a point 7% gain a month ago. I'm Kiays Khalil and this was the Economic Calendar for Tuesday, the 20th of June. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Wednesday. Goodbye.