Hello, this is the Dukascopy Economic Calendar with an overview of the potential market movers for Wednesday, 14th of September. The high importance UK employment report for August opens agenda at 8:30 in the morning. Unemployment remained at 4.9 percent in the three months to June. The last time it was lower was for July to September 2005. Claimant count fell by 8.6 thousand in July, following... Еще the Brexit vote. Euro Zone Industrial Production data for July follows a half an hour later. Production increased by point 6% in June, following a decline of 1.2% in May. Swiss ZEW Survey for September is out at the same time. Economic expectations index returned to the negative territory in August after five months above the 0 level. US Import Prices for August will be released at a half past noon GMT. An unexpected rise was reported in July and this follows a jump of point 6% in June. New Zealand Manufacturing PMI for August is up next at 10:30 PM. New Zealand's manufacturing sector continued to show stable growth in activity for July, the seasonally adjusted PMI was 55.8. The high importance New Zealand GDP for the second quarter is out fifteen minutes later. Economy expanded more than expected in the year’s first quarter and this follows advance of point 9% posted in the fourth quarter. Australian consumer inflationary expectations for September will be released at 1 o’clock in the morning and this is followed by the high importance Australian Employment report for August at 1:30. Previously employment increased by slightly more than 26 thousand to almost 12 million and unemployment rate inched slightly lower from 5.8%. I’m Sam Meredith and that’s all for Wednesday’s economic calendar, but do click back for the next overview. Goodbye.