Retail sales data for the third quarter of this year will be released in New ealand. Reserve Bank governor Philip Lowe and his deputy Christopher Kent will speak in Australia. Japan will publish indices of leading and concurring indicators. In Germany, the index of economic expectations, the index of business optimism and the indicator of the current assessment from the IFO will be released. The UK will present data on approved mortgages. The Eurozone will host a number of speeches by representatives of the ECB, including Peter Pret, Benoit Ker and Ewald Novotna, as well as the head of the ECB Mario Draghi. In the U.S., the index of national activity of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and the index of business activity in the industrial sphere of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas will be released. The governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, will speak in the evening.