Plenty of market movers are scheduled for Tuesday, the 15th of November, so let's take a closer look with the Economic Calendar. The closely watched German Preliminary Third Quarter GDP is up first at 7 AM. The German economy continued growing in the second quarter, albeit at a slower pace than the strong point 7% gain at the beginning of the year. Two pieces of data regarding the British... Еще economy in October are out at 9:30, including the high importance Preliminary CPI. The annual inflation grew by point 4 percentage points in September, reaching its highest level since late 2014. Producer Price Index stood unchanged in September as lower fuel prices reversed higher imported materials prices. The highly anticipated Euro Zone Third Quarter Preliminary GDP follows at 10. The second quarter data showed the same pace of growth as a quarter ago. Another known market mover, the German ZEW Economic Sentiment for November, comes at the same time. The Index rebounded in October, having stood at half a point for the last 2 months. The closely watched US Preliminary Retail Sales for October will be available at 13:30 PM GMT. Sales returned to growth in September, reversing a point 2% drop the previous month. US Business Inventories for September are out at 3. Inventories returned to growth in August, suggesting the retailers may be rebuilding their stocks. And Australian Westpac Leading Index for October, concludes the schedule at 11:30. The Index inched higher in September, having stood unchanged the previous month. I'm Jack Everitt and you've been watching the Economic Calendar for Tuesday. Check back in for the next overview of key events for Wednesday. Goodbye.