It’s time for the Dukascopy Economic Calendar, where we take a look at the potential market movers scheduled for publication on Thursday the 11th of October. First up at 8-30 AM we have the Bank of England Credit Conditions Survey for the third quarter. Then we head over the Atlantic for US Consumer Price Index for September, which comes at 12-30PM GMT. Prices increased less than expected last month at just 0.2% Then US Jobless Claims comes at the same time. The number of Americans filing for unemployment fell to a near 49 year low in the last report at a seasonally adjusted 207 thousand. Also at 12-30 Canadian New Housing Price Index for August. New home prices were up for a second consecutive month in July, rising by 0.1%. At 9-30PM we have New Zealand Manufacturing PMI for September. The index increased by 0.8 of a point to 52 last month. However, this is still below the long run average of 53.4. Then we hop across to OZ for Australian Home Loans for August, which arrive at 30 minutes past midnight. 52,647 home loans for owner occupiers were approved throughout July, an increase of 0.4% from June. The penultimate item is Japanese Tertiary Industry Index for August, this is released at 4-30AM. The reading edged up slightly by 0.1% in July, which was in line with expectations. Finally, finishing of this calendar at 6AM we have the Final German CPI for September. That’s all for this Calendar with me, Jack Everitt, We’ll be back tomorrow with more, until then, goodbye.
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