Thursday is a busy day with plenty of news releases, and the Dukascopy TV team is here to help you get through it. German GfK Consumer Confidence for October is up first at 6 AM, and the Index has been rising ever higher for the last 5 months, reaching one record-high level after another; in particular, income expectations remain strong. Bank of England Governor Mark Carney will be giving a... Еще closely watched speech at quarter past 8, appearing at the Bank of England's conference celebrating 20 years of its independence. The highly anticipated preliminary German September CPI is out at noon GMT. The annual inflation in the second-largest Euro Zone economy has been rising for the past 3 months; in particular, the volatile energy and food prices are up. A number of news releases regarding the US economy follow at 12:30, including the high importance final reading of second quarter GDP. The preliminary estimate puts the annualised quarterly growth at 3%, which is a notable improvement from 1.4% a quarter ago. The closely watched weekly update on US Jobless Claims is out at the same time. Initial claims dropped by 23 thousand during the week ending September 16 whereas the continuing claims rose by 44 thousand during the week ending September 9. And US Goods Trade Balance for August comes at this time as well. Trade deficit widened in July as exports fell faster than imports. There's little on the schedule until 9:45 in the evening, when New Zealand Building Permits for August will be available. The number of permits have been declining for the past 2 months. UK GfK Consumer Confidence for September is out at 11:01. The Index recovered some ground in August, having dropped to a 12-month low the previous month. The closely watched Japanese August CPI is scheduled at half past 11. Consumer prices have been rising for the past 7 months, and the core CPI now stands at its highest level in more than 2 years. Two news releases regarding the Japanese economy in August follow at 11:50, and Preliminary Industrial Production is one of them. Output slipped unexpectedly in July, but this release is expected to show a recovery. Retail Sales, on the other hand, grew more than anticipated in July, suggesting a recovery in the retail sector. Australian Private Sector Credit for August comes at 1:30 AM. Credit grew in July, but at a slower pace than the point 6% gain the previous month. Chinese Caixin Manufacturing PMI for September will be released at 1:45. The Index grew by half a point in August, reaching a 7-month high. And finally there's Japanese Housing Starts for August, which are scheduled at 5. The number of housing starts dropped unexpectedly in July, following a strong 1.7% gain a month ago. I'm Jack Everitt and this was the Economic Calendar for Thursday, the 28th of September. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Friday.