You're watching the Economic Calendar for Tuesday, the 19th of September. Here's a rundown of the most important news releases. The closely watched German ZEW Economic Sentiment for September is up first at 9, and the August Index came in much weaker than expected, plunging by 7.5 points and hitting a 10-month low. Coming up next at 12:30 PM GMT are two news releases regarding the US economy in... Еще August, including the Building Permits. The number of permits slipped in July, having reached a 6-month high the previous month. Import Price Index rebounded in July, following two months of decline. And Canadian Manufacturing Shipments for July are out at the same time. Sales took a hit in June on the back of weaker petroleum, coal and transportation equipment shipments. Japanese Trade Balance for August will be available at 11:50. Trade surplus widened in July as exports went up and imports declined. And Australian Westpac Leading Index for August concludes the schedule at half past midnight. The Index has stood in the negative territory for the past two months, in contrast to the upbeat trend at the beginning of the year. I'm Jessica Walker and this was the Economic Calendar for Tuesday. Check back in for the next overview of key events for Wednesday.