Let's see which news releases could move the currency markets on Wednesday, the 11th of October. This is the Economic Calendar. Coming up first at 2 PM GMT are the US JOLTS Job Openings for August, and the number of openings has stood above 6 million for the past two months; in fact, the July data was the strongest on record. The Fed will release the closely watched minutes of its September... Еще meeting at 6, and, in a widely anticipated move, the Fed announced their plans to reduce their bond holdings during the meeting. New Zealand Food Price Index for September is out at quarter to 10. The Index rebounded in August, reversing a point 2% drop the previous month. UK RICS House Price Balance for September follows at 11:01. The Index did show some growth in August, but the results were mixed; in particular, weak data in London was partially reversed by gains in regions. Australian Consumer Inflation Expectations for October will be released at midnight. The anticipated annual inflation has been declining for the past 2 months, having reached a 3-year high in July. Australian Home Loans for August come at half past midnight, and lending has been growing for three months straight, following three months of decline. And Japanese Tertiary Industry Index for August concludes the schedule at 4:30 AM. The Index returned to growth in July but it wasn't enough to reverse a point 2% drop the previous month. I'm Jessica Walker and this was the Economic Calendar for Wednesday. Our next Calendar will cover the most important news releases for Thursday, so check back.