Economic Calendar

There's plenty on the schedule this Tuesday, so let's see which news releases stand out. This is the Economic Calendar. Swiss Retail Sales for September are up first at 8:15 AM. Sales have been declining for 13 months straight, and they show no signs of recovery yet. Swiss Purchasing Managers Index for October follows 15 minutes later. The September data surprised on the upside as the Index rose... Еще to a 5-month high. UK Manufacturing PMI for October is out at half past 9. The Index rose in September on the back of growing factory output and now stands at its highest level in more than 2 years. Coming up next at 12:30 PM GMT is the closely watched Canadian GDP for August. The Canadian economy grew more than expected in July in light of increased mining output. Canadian Manufacturing PMI for October is released at 1:30. The Index posted an unexpected drop in September and now stands just a fraction in the positive territory. The high importance US ISM Manufacturing PMI for October will be available at 2. The Index rebounded in September, following a drop to 49.4 points the previous month. US Construction Spending for September comes at the same time. Spending has been declining for two months straight and now stands at its lowest level in 8 months. Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz will be giving a closely watched speech at the Business Council of British Columbia at 4. The text of the speech will be available 15 minutes earlier, and a press conference will follow 75 minutes later. New Zealand Third Quarter Labour Report follows at 9:45. The unemployment rate posted its third consecutive decline in the second quarter, hitting a 7-year low. Australian Building Approvals for September are out at half past midnight. The number of approvals eased in October, following an unexpected 12% surge the previous month. New Zealand fourth quarter Inflation Expectations are released at 2. The anticipated annual inflation rate went up by point 1 percentage point in the third quarter. And Japanese Consumer Confidence Index for October concludes the schedule at 5. The Index rose to a 3-year high in September as overall livelihood, income growth and employment all went up. This was the Economic Calendar for Tuesday, the 1st of November. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Wednesday. Goodbye.

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