Let's see which news releases could move the currency markets on Thursday, the 17th of August. This is the Economic Calendar. UK Monthly Retail Sales for July are up first at 8:30 in the morning. Sales rebounded in June, partially reversing a 1.1% drop in May. The final estimate of Euro Zone July CPI is out at 9. The preliminary reading puts the annual inflation at the same 1.3% level as a month... Еще ago. Euro Zone Trade Balance for June is out at the same time, and trade surplus widened in May from 18.6 billion the previous month. European Central Bank will publish the Minutes of its July meeting at half past 11. The Common Currency is having a bit of a bullish momentum, albeit not without its setbacks, so any hawkish hints could have an impact. The closely watched weekly update on US Jobless Claims comes at 12:30 PM GMT. Initial claims went up by 3 thousand during the week ending August 5, whereas the continuing claims dropped by 16 thousand during the week ending July 29. Philly Fed Manufacturing Index for August is out at the same time. The Index plunged to a 9-month low in July, but it did remain in the positive territory. And Canadian Manufacturing Shipments for June will be available at this time as well. Sales have been growing for the past 3 months. US Industrial Production for June follows at quarter past 1. Output picked up speed in May, following a weak point 1% gain the previous month. And US Leading Index for July concludes the schedule at 2. The Index increased quite notably in June, and the report noted that there could even be an improvement in GDP growth. I'm Jessica Walker and this was the Economic Calendar for Thursday. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Friday. Goodbye.