Dukascopy Forex TV Team is back with the Economic Calendar for Wednesday, 13th of September. Finalized German CPI for August opens this agenda at 6 o’clock in the morning. According to flash report, prices grew by one tenth of a percent month on month. Swiss Producer Price Index for August follows at a quarter past 7. Prices have been under pressure recently as three consecutive monthly declines... Еще were followed by a flat reading in July. Sterling traders should be monitoring the high importance UK employment report closely at 8:30. Previous release showed jobless rate dropping to 4.4% in three months to June, which is the lowest level in decades. Euro Zone Industrial Production stats for July will be available a half an hour later. Production dropped by point 6% in June when compared with May, but it remains 2.6% up from a year ago. US Producer Price Index for August is set for a release at a half past noon GMT. PPI was down by a fraction in both overall and core levels, but a rebound is expected this time around. US Federal Budget Balance for August follows at 6 PM. Deficit narrowed down sharply to 42.9 billion in July as the month’s benefit payments were settled in June as first of July was on a Saturday. UK RICS Hose Price Balance update for August is out just a minute past 11 PM. Survey balance has dropped significantly in recent months and downward trajectory is expected to continue. Australian Consumer inflation expectations for September follow at 1 AM. And the high importance Australian Labour Force Survey for August is published a half an hour later. Employment increased by almost 28 thousand, thus pushing unemployment rate lower to 5.6%. A total of three Chinese reports for August wrap up this agenda at 2 o’clock in the morning, including Fixed Asset Investment data. Investment growth slowed down slightly in the January to July period, down from 8.6% in year to June. Retail sales is the second item out at this time. Sales disappointed in July as annual growth slowed down by more than expected from the previous level of 11%. Industrial production is the third and final report for this calendar. July brought a disappointing reading for production as well, it slowed down by more than 1% from 7.6%. I’m Celeste Skinner and you’ve been watching Wednesday’s Economic Calendar. Click back for Thursday’s report, but for now, goodbye.