Friday brings, among other things, the latest Euro Zone CPI, and that is just one of the potential market movers. Let's find out more. German Retail Sales for August are out at 6, and sales have been growing at a stronger-than-anticipated pace for the past three months. UK Nationwide House Price Index for September comes at the same time. Home prices slipped in August, suggesting a slowdown in... Еще UK housing market. Swiss KOF Economic Barometer for September follows at 7, and August data surprised on the downside as the Index fell to a 3-month low. The closely watched German Labour Report will be available at 7:55, and German labour sector has consistently been a strong performer as the unemployment rate stands at a decades-low level; the trend is likely to continue. Another high importance release, the final reading of UK Second Quarter GDP, comes at half past 8. The preliminary estimate puts the quarterly growth at point 3%, which is an increase from the point 2% a quarter ago; this figure could now be confirmed. UK Net Consumer Credit for August comes at the same time. June data was somewhat weaker than expected as growth was the smallest in 3 months. And the closely watched Euro Zone Preliminary September CPI comes at 9, and August data surprised on the upside as the annual inflation jumped by point 2 percentage points, and further improvement is anticipated. Coming up next at 12:30 PM GMT is the US Personal Income and Spending for August. Income returned to growth in July, and spending continued growing. Canadian July GDP is out at the same time, and it is a high importance release for all the Loonie Dollar traders. June data surprised on the upside, capping a strong second quarter. The final estimate of University of Michigan consumer confidence for September is out at 2. The preliminary estimate suggests the Index has lost 1.5 points, and this reading could be confirmed. Bank of England Governor Mark Carney will be giving a closely watched speech at quarter to 3, delivering the closing remarks at Bank's conference celebrating its 20 years of independence. And finally there's the Chinese September PMI, which comes at 1 AM. The manufacturing Index rebounded in August while the services PMI has been declining for the past 2 months. I'm Jack Everitt and this was the Economic Calendar for Friday, the 30th of September. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Monday. Goodbye.