Let's see which news releases could move the currency markets on Tuesday, the 10th of October. Swiss Unemployment Rate for September is up first at quarter to 6 AM. The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate has stood at the same low level for the past 5 months. German Trade Balance for August follows at 6, and trade surplus narrowed in July as imports outpaced the exports. A couple of news... Еще releases regarding the UK economy in August will be available at 8:30, and Trade Balance is one of them. Trade deficit widened in July in light of weaker exports and growing imports; in particular, trade deficit with non-EU countries increased despite the weaker Pound. Industrial Production grew in line with expectations in July, following a strong point 5% growth a month ago. Coming up next at noon GMT is the UK NIESR GDP Estimate for September. The previous release covered three months up to August and noted a strong point 4% increase. Canadian Building Permits for August are scheduled at 12:30. The number of permits slipped in July, having grown for the past 3 months. Australian Westpac Consumer Confidence for October is out at 11:30 in the evening. The September Index did recover some ground, but the report noted it remains weak; in particular, household finances pushed the Index lower. Japanese Machinery Orders for August follow at 11:50. Orders rebounded in July, reversing two months of decline. And Japanese Preliminary Machine Tool Orders for September will be available at 6 AM. August data showed particularly strong growth, following a 28% increase a month ago. This was the Economic Calendar for Tuesday with me, Jack Everitt. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Wednesday. Goodbye.