This is the Dukascopy Economic Calendar, where we’ll take a look at the potential FX market movers for Friday, 14th of October. Swiss Producer Price Index for September opens the agenda at a quarter past 7 AM. The Producer and Import Price Index fell in August by point 3%. This decline is due in particular to lower prices for petroleum products and pharmaceutical products. Third quarter Bank of... Еще England Credit Conditions survey will be available at 8:30. Followed by Euro Zone trade balance for August is a half an hour later. Seasonally adjusted surplus narrowed down in July from an upwardly revised 23.8 billion in June. A couple of US publications for September are scheduled at a half past noon GMT, including the high importance advance Retail Sales. Sales disappointed in August, declining by point 3%, but markets anticipate a rebound in this release. Producer Price Index is the other item out at 12:30. The PPI for final demand was unchanged in August. Final demand prices declined by point 4 percent in July and rose a half a percent in June. We have a couple more US items released at 2 PM GMT, including the high importance Preliminary University of Michigan Survey. The Sentiment Index was 91.2 in the September survey, up from 89.8 in August and 87.2 last September. US Business Inventories for August is the other event due for publication at this time. July Manufacturers’ and trade inventories, adjusted for seasonal variations but not for price changes, were estimated at an end-of-month level of 1,813.2 billion US Dollars, virtually unchanged from June. Greenback traders will be keeping a close eye on this agenda’s final item – a speech by Fed’s Chair Janet Yellen on the topic Macroeconomic Research After the Crisis at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston at 5:30 PM GMT. I’m Celeste Skinner and that’s all for Friday’s Economic Calendar. Do click back for Monday’s overview, but for now, goodbye.