Tuesday is heavy on market movers, so keep watching this Economic Calendar to find out more. The schedule starts at 8:30 AM, when the closely watched UK Consumer Price Index for September is released. The annual inflation stood unchanged in August as higher food prices were reversed by a drop in fuel costs. The high importance US Consumer Price Index for September follows at 12:30 PM GMT... Еще. Consumer prices grew more than expected in August, although much of the gain came from higher rent and medical costs. Canadian Manufacturing Sales for August are out at the same time. July data came in much weaker than anticipated, pushed lower by declining machinery and aerospace product sales. There's little on the Calendar until 11:30 in the evening, when the Australian Westpac Leading Index for August is published. The Index saw no change in July, following a point 1% gain the previous month. The closely watched Chinese third quarter GDP comes at 2 AM. The annual growth has stood at 6.7% for the past 2 quarters, and it is the lowest level in 7 years. Chinese Industrial Production for September is due at this time as well. The August data surprised on the upside, posting the strongest growth in 6 months. And Japanese All Industry Index for August is up last at half past 4. The Index continued to grow in July, following a 1% gain the previous month. I'm Celeste Skinner and you've been watching the Economic Calendar for Tuesday, the 18th of October. Check back in for the next overview of key events for Wednesday. Goodbye.