Let’s find out what potential FX market movers are scheduled for publication on Thursday, 13th of October. Finalized German Consumer Price Index for September opens this agenda at 6 o’clock in the morning. According to the flash report, CPI rose by point 1% month on month in September and annual inflation accelerated to point 7%. A couple of US news reports for September are out at a half past... Еще noon GMT, including jobless claims. According to the labour department, initial claims declined by 5 thousand to 249 thousand in the week ended October the first. Continuing claims declined by 6 thousand in the week, which ended September the 24th. Import prices is the other US item scheduled at this time. Prices slipped in August after five consecutive monthly rises. Canadian new housing price index for August is the final release out at a half past noon. Index rose point 4% in July compared with the previous month, driven mainly by new housing prices in the combined region of Toronto and Oshawa. Prices have increased at the national level for 16 consecutive months now. Japanese corporate goods price index for September follows at ten to midnight. CGPI declined by 3.6% from a year ago in August as export prices fall due to the appreciating Japanese Yen. Reserve Bank of Australia financial stability review for October will be available at a half past midnight. A couple of September news reports regarding Chinese economy wrap up this agenda at 1:30 AM and high importance Consumer Price Index is one of them. Annual inflation slowed down sharper than expected in August, easing back from July’s level of 1.8%. Producer Price Index is the other and the final report for this overview. Annual PPI has been in the negative territory since 2012, but the pace of contraction is slowing down sharply in recent months. I’m Jessica Walker and that’s it for Thursday’s economic calendar, but do click back for Friday’s report. Goodbye.