Economic Calendar

Wednesday is a very busy day with plenty of high-impact releases, and the Dukascopy TV team is here to help you get through it. Bank of England will release its latest Financial Stability Report at 7 AM. The report is highly anticipated as it could show some of the impact of the Brexit vote on British banking system. German Retail Trade for October comes at the same time. Sales have been... Еще declining for the past two months, and the September drop was the largest in more than a year. Swiss KOF Economic Barometer for November follows at 8. The Index came in stronger than anticipated in October, rising to its highest level since early 2014. The closely watched German Labour Report for November comes at 9. The unemployment rate remained at the same decades-low level in October, but the number of jobless claims inched even lower. Another high importance event, the Euro Zone Preliminary November CPI, will be available at 10. The annual inflation did rise to half a percent in October, and it actually was the highest level in more than 2 years. ECB President Mario Draghi will be giving a closely followed speech at 12:30 PM GMT, speaking on the future of Europe at the University of Deusto Business School in Madrid. Coming up next at quarter past 1 is the US ADP Employment Change for November. The October data came in weaker than expected, following a strong 202 thousand gain a month ago. US Personal Income and Spending for October follows at 1:30. Both spending and income went up in September. The closely watched Canadian September GDP is out at the same time, and this release also includes the third quarter data. Canadian economy has been growing for the past 3 months. US Pending Home Sales for October are scheduled at 3. Sales rebounded in September, but not enough to offset a 2.5% drop the previous month. Federal Reserve will publish its Beige Book at 7. The markets are almost certain a rate hike is coming in December, and the book is expected to support this assumption. Australian Performance of Manufacturing Index for November comes at 10:30. The Index returned to growth in October, having spent the last 2 months in the negative territory. The closely watched Chinese PMI for November will be available at 1 AM. Both the manufacturing and non-manufacturing PMIs posted solid growth in October, suggesting the Chinese economy is returning to stable growth. And the high importance Caixin version of Chinese Manufacturing PMI for November concludes this busy schedule at 1:45. Remarkably, the Caixin index reached the same value as the official PMI in October. I'm Celeste Skinner and this was the Economic Calendar for Wednesday, the 30th of November. Check back in for the next overview of key events for Thursday. Goodbye.

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