Wednesday brings a high importance release for the Aussie Dollar traders, so let's take a closer look. Coming up first at 9 AM is the Euro Zone Construction Output for May. Output has been growing for the past 3 months, although at an increasingly slower pace. US Building Permits for June are out at 12:30 PM GMT. The number of permits dropped to a 13-month low in May. Canadian Manufacturing... Еще Sales for May will be available at the same time. Shipments rose to a record-high level in April on the back of higher petrol and metal sales. Japanese Trade Balance for June is scheduled at 11:50 in the evening. Trade balance narrowed unexpectedly in May as imports outpaced the exports. Two news releases regarding the Australian economy follow at 1:30 AM, including the closely watched June Labour Report. The May report came in much stronger than anticipated, improving on positive April report and sending the Aussie Dollar higher. National Australia Bank second quarter Business Confedence comes at the same time. The Index has stood at the same high level for the past 3 quarters. And Japanese All Industry Index for May is out at half past 4 in the morning. The Index rebounded in April, reversing a point 7% decline the previous month. I'm Jessica Walker and this was the Economic Calendar for Wednesday, the 19th of July. Thursday brings the latest ECB meeting, so make sure you check back.