Let’s find out what economic news events could move the FX markets on Tuesday, 13th of September. Finalized German Consumer Price Index for August opens this agenda at 6 o’clock in the morning. According to the flash report, inflation stood steady at point 4%. Swiss producer price index for August is up next at a quarter past 7. A slight decline was reported in July and it cancelled out June’s... Еще increase. Italian industrial production data for July will be available at 8. Production has been under pressure during recent months, but a rise is expected this time around. A couple of August data reports regarding the UK economy are out at a half past 8, including the high importance consumer price index. Annual inflation inched slightly higher in July, reaching the highest level since late 2014, albeit remaining at a relatively low level in the historic context. Producer prices is the other item out at this time. The total input price index rose 3.3% in July, compared with a rise of 1.7% in June. Factory gate prices increased by point 3%, unchanged from June. A couple of Euro movers are out next — Euro Zone and German ZEW Surveys for September. Both the bloc’s and German Economic sentiment indexes returned to the positive territory in August and they are expected to stay there. US federal Budget Balance for August is scheduled for publication at 6 PM GMT. The US government reported deficit of close to 113 billion US Dollars in July, which is 24% lower if compared with the same month a year ago. The second quarter New Zealand Current Account is up next at a quarter to 11. Current account balance improved sharply in the year’s opening quarter, jumping into the green from 2.89 billion in the red in fourth quarter. Australian Westpac MI Consumer Sentiment for September is out at a half past midnight. Index of Consumer Sentiment increased by 2% in August from 99.1 in July. And last up for this overview is revised Japanese industrial production for July at 4:30 in the morning. According to preliminary report, production remained unchanged. I’m __________ and this wraps up the Economic Calendar for Tuesday, but do click back for Wednesday’s overview. Goodbye.