Let’s have a look at the events that could influence moves on the FX markets on this week’s final trading day. It’s an early start at 5:45 in the morning, when Swiss Unemployment Rate for August will be published. There aren’t many things as reliable as Swiss watches, but Swiss unemployment comes close and no major surprises are expected for this release as well. German trade balance is up next... Еще fifteen minutes later. Germany remains one of the World leaders when it comes to trade surplus, but it’s expected to ease back by almost a billion in July. Ozzy Dollar trades will be monitoring closely a speech by Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe at 8:30 AM and it’s also time when a batch of UK stats are released. This includes Trade Balance for July. Trade deficit increased in June as exports were down by 2.8%, while imports increased by 1.6%. Bank of England quarterly inflation survey for August is the second item published at this time and Manufacturing Production for July is the final one. Production was flat in June after slipping by one tenth of a percent in May. UK NIESR GDP Estimate for three months up to August is up next at noon GMT. Previous report indicated growth measuring at point 2% in the three months ending in July, slowing down slightly from the second quarter. Next up is the high importance Canadian Labour Force Survey for August. Employment increased by just close to 11 thousand in July, but the jobless rate declined by point 2% as the number of people looking for work contracted. Finalized US wholesale inventories for July will be available at 2 PM GMT. According to preliminary report, inventories increased by point 4%, building up on June’s gain of point 6%. US consumer credit for July is the final item on this agenda at 7 PM. Credit increased by 12.4 billion in June, coming short of a market expected 15 billion jump. I’m Jack Everitt and that’s all for Friday’s Economic Calendar. Click back for Monday’s overview, but for now, goodbye.