You’re watching the Dukascopy Economic Calendar with an overview of the potential FX market movers for Thursday. German factory orders for August are out first at 6 o’clock in the morning. Orders rose by point 2% in July, which was short of market expectations for an advance of a half a percent. Swiss CPI figures for September will be available at a quarter past 7. Monthly CPI has shown... Еще contractions in last two publications, but a slight increase is expected this time around. Euro Zone Retail PMI for September is up next at 8:10 AM. Index returned back above the 50 level in August, up from July’s level of 48.9. We head over the Atlantic for a couple of North American publications at a half past noon GMT, including the US jobless claims. Initial claims were up by 3 thousand to a seasonally adjusted 254 thousand in the week ending September the 24th. Canadian building permits for August is the other item out at this time. Municipalities issued building permits worth 6 and a half billion in July, up point 8% from the previous month. The advance was largely the result of higher construction intentions for institutional and industrial buildings. Ontario and Alberta led the national increase. And the final item is Preliminary Japanese Leading Indicator for August at 5 o’clock in the morning. Indicator surprised on upside in July, rising from June’s level of 99.2. I’m Jessica Walker and this wraps up the agenda for Thursday, but do click back for this week’s last overview. Goodbye.