Economic Calendar

Monday is the Manufacturing PMI day, so let's take a closer look with the Economic Calendar. Swiss Retail Sales for August are up first at quarter past 7. Sales slipped in July and declines were recorded across most subsectors. Swiss Manufacturing PMI for September follows 15 minutes later. The Index has been growing for the past 3 months and now stands at a 7-year high. The final reading of... Еще Euro Zone September Manufacturing PMI is out at 8, and the initial reading suggests the Index has rebounded from the 3-month low it reached the previous month. UK Manufacturing PMI for September comes at 8:30, and August data surprised on the upside in light of a strong growth in new orders. Euro Zone Unemployment Rate for August will be available at 9. The rate has stood unchanged for the past 2 months, and it is the lowest level in more than 8 years. Coming up next at half past 1 PM GMT is the Canadian September Manufacturing PMI. The Index eased in August on the back of weaker input price growth, but new orders, output and job creation all posted solid gains. The closely watched US ISM Manufacturing PMI for September follows at 2, and August data surprised strongly on the upside as the Index hit its highest level in almost 3 years. US Construction Spending for August is out at the same time. Spending has been declining for two months straight, reaching a 9-month low in July. A high importance release for all the Aussie Dollar traders comes at 3:30 AM, when RBA will release its latest Monetary Policy Statement and, as no interest rate hikes are anticipated, traders instead will be focusing on the tone of the comments. And Japanese Consumer Confidence for September concludes the schedule at 5. The Index eased in August from 43.8 points the previous month. I'm Jessica Walker and this was the Economic Calendar for Monday, the 2nd of October. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Tuesday.

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