Hello, you’re watching the Dukascopy Economic Calendar with an overview of the potential FX market movers for Monday, 17th of October. It’s an early start at 4:30 when Revised Japanese Industrial Production figures for August are released. According to preliminary report, production rose by 1 and a half percent as the Yen appreciation doesn’t seem to result in production cuts. Italian trade... Еще balance for August is out at 8 AM. Surplus expanded sharply in July, up from June’s level of 4.66 billion Euros. Finalized September’s Euro Zone CPI follows at 9 o’clock. Flash estimate showed inflation accelerating to point 4% from August’s level of point 2%. Next up is US Empire State Survey for October at a half past noon GMT. The headline general business conditions index held below zero in September, and was little changed at minus 2. US Industrial Production for September will be available at a quarter past 1 PM. Production decreased by point 4 percent in August after rising by point 6 percent in July. Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe will speak on Inflation and Monetary Policy in Sydney at ten minutes past 9. Next up is a known Kiwi Dollar mover – New Zealand Consumer Price Index for the third quarter at 9:45 PM. CPI advanced by point 4% quarter on quarter in March stanza and petrol prices made the largest upwards contribution. A couple of Australian events wrap up this agenda at a half past midnight GMT, including the high importance Reserve Bank of Australia monetary policy meeting minutes for October. New Motor Vehicle Sales for September is the other and the final report. Sales were up by a fraction in August after dropping by 1.4% in July. I’m Jessica Walker and that’s all for Monday’s Calendar, but do click back for Tuesday’s report. Goodbye.