Let’s take a look at the potential FX market movers for Tuesday, which is the 22nd of November. Swiss Trade Balance for October opens this agenda at 7 o’clock in the morning. A monthly surplus of 4.37 billion Francs was reported in September and this was the biggest increase since record-keeping began in late eighties. UK Public Sector Finances for October will be released at 9:30 AM. Public... Еще sector net borrowing, excluding public sector banks increased by 1.4 billion to 10.6 billion in September, compared with the same month a year ago. Another report regarding the UK economy follows at 11 and it’s the CBI Industrial Trends Survey for November. Total order book balance dropped further into the red in October as it plummeted from September’s level of minus 5. Next up is a possible Loonie Dollar mover – Canadian retail sales for September. Sales showed an unexpected contraction of point 1% in August, but a rebound is expected in this publication. A couple of items are scheduled at 3 PM GMT, including the US Existing Home Sales for October. Sales of previously owned homes rose by a solid 3.2% in September, reaching a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.47 million. Flash Euro Zone Consumer Confidence for November is the other item out at this time. Confidence has shown little change in recent months, hovering around the minus 8 level for more than a year now. Third quarter Australian Construction Work Done is last up at a half past midnight GMT. The seasonally adjusted estimate for total construction work done fell 3.7% in the June quarter after a cotraction of point 3% in March report. I’m Jack Everitt and that’s all for Tuesday’s Economic Calendar, but do click back for Wednesday’s overview. Goodbye.