Economic Calendar

This is the Economic Calendar for Tuesday, the 8th of November. Let's take a closer look at the most important news publications. Tuesday is the US Presidential Election Day, and it's fair to expect plenty of volatility as the news comes in. Polls will start closing at midnight GMT, so get ready for a long night. Still, there's plenty of news from the rest of the world, and Swiss Unemployment... Еще Rate for October is up first at 6:45 AM. The seasonally adjusted rate has stood at the same low level for the past 5 months. Two news releases regarding the German economy in September follow at 7, and Industrial Production is one of them. A strong gain in capital and consumer goods pushed the output higher in August, reversing a 1.5% drop the previous month. Trade Balance widened in August as exports grew faster than imports. UK Industrial Production for September is out at half past 9. Output slipped in August on the back of a 3.7% drop in mining. Coming up next at 2:30 PM GMT are the Canadian Building Permits for September. August data surprised very much on the upside as permits grew at their fastest pace in 7 months. US JOLTS Job Openings for September will be available at 3. The number of openings dropped to a 9-month low in August. Australian Westpac Consumer Confidence for November is released at 11:30 in the evening. The Index inched higher in October, and the report noted a stable and optimistic outlook. Japanese Bank Lending for October follows at 11:50. Lending picked up speed in September, following a 2% annual gain a month ago. And two pieces of data on Chinese economy in October are out at 1:30 AM, including the closely watched Consumer Price Index. The annual inflation rose to a 4-month high in September. Producer Price Index turned positive in September, and it was the first annual gain in more than 4 years. I'm Jessica Walker and you've been watching the Economic Calendar for Tuesday. Check back in for the next overview of news releases for Wednesday. Goodbye.

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