Let's see which news releases could move the currency markets on Monday, the 25th of September. This is the Economic Calendar. German General Election will take place on Sunday. This has been dubbed a «boring election» and polls predict a sure victory for Chancellor Angela Merkel, but we've all seen boring elections suddenly turning quite unpredictable. Preliminary Japanese September... Еще Manufacturing PMI is out at half past midnight. The initial August estimate put the Index at a 3-month high, although it was later revised considerably lower. Yen traders may also want to keep a close eye on the next release, as Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda will be speaking at 5:30, appearing at a meeting with business leaders in Osaka. German Ifo Business Sentiment for September follows at 8. The Index eased slightly in August, but it had been performing very strongly for the past 3 months and even the August reading was the second-highest on record. Coming up next at 9:45 PM GMT is the New Zealand Trade Balance for August. Trade balance has been positive for the past 5 months, which even more remarkable as July balance usually is negative; in fact, this was the 11th July trade surplus since 1960. Bank of Japan will release the Minutes of its July meeting at 11:50, and, as usual, they may provide some hints and insights. And New Zealand Business Confidence for September is out at midnight. The Index inched lower in August, but the report noted that optimists still outweight pessimists and the Index remains at a healthy level. That's all for Monday's Economic Calendar. I'm Celeste Skinner and we'll be back with the next overview of news releases for Tuesday. See you then.