You're watching the Economic Calendar for Monday, the 7th of November. Let's see which news releases could move the currency markets. The schedule actually starts at 11:50 the previous evening, when the Bank of Japan will release the Minutes of its September meeting. The policy makers announced a new policy framework during the meeting, so the Minutes could provide some much-appreciated details... Еще. German Factory Orders for September come at 7 AM. The August data surprised on the upside as a strong gain in domestic orders offset a slight decrease abroad. Swiss Consumer Price Index for October will be available at 8:15. Consumer prices inched higher in September, reversing a point 1% decline a month ago. Euro Zone Retail PMI for October is out at 10 minutes past 9. The Index dipped in the negative territory in September as German, French and Italian indices all went down. Euro Zone Retail Sales for September follow at 10 o'clock. Sales eased in August, partially reversing a point 3% gain the previous month. Coming up next at 8 PM GMT is the US Consumer Credit for September. The August data came in much stronger than anticipated, reaching the strongest gain in 6 months. UK BRC Like-for-Like Sales for October are out at one minute past midnight. Sales returned to growth in September, following a point 9% annual decline a month ago. National Australia Bank Business Confidence for October follows at half past midnight. The Index stood unchanged in September as a strong gain in sales was reversed by weaker employment. And Japanese Leading Index for September concludes the schedule at 5. The Index grew less than anticipated in August, but it still reached an 8-month high. I'm Celeste Skinner and this was the Economic Calendar for Monday. Our next calendar will cover the most important news releases for Tuesday. Goodbye.