Monday Australia will present the manufacturing activity index from AIG and inflation data from TD Securities. In Japan, business activity indices in the services and manufacturing sectors will be released. The Eurogroup will meet in the Eurozone, which will be attended by finance ministers and the head of the ECB. Germany will publish retail sales data and import price index, while Switzerland will publish real retail volume and The SVME business activity index. Sweden, Spain, Italy, France, Germany and the Eurozone will present business indices in the manufacturing sector. The UK will see consumer lending data and the unemployment rate in the Eurozone. Canada will publish the PMI index in the manufacturing sector. In the U.S., ISM indices in the manufacturing sector, the index of gradual acceleration of inflation and data on construction costs will be released. In addition, the U.S. will host speeches by Representatives of the Fed Eric Rosengren and Rafael Bostic. Tuesday The New ealand Business Confidence Index will be presented by the N'ORA and the monthly inflation report from ANU. The Reserve Bank will meet in Australia, a decision on the interest rate will be made and a accompanying statement will be published. Japan will publish the consumer confidence index. The UK will see the Nationwide House Price Index and the Construction Activity Index, while in the Eurozone there will be a producer price index. The U.S. will present the Redbook Retail Sales Index and the ISM New York Business Conditions Index. The American Petroleum Institute will publish changes in raw materials reserves over the past week. In the evening, the head of the Fed Jerome Powell will speak. Wednesday Australia will present aig's service activity index and building permit data. The AIG Commodity Price Index will be published by New ealand, while Japan will publish the Markit Service Sector Business Activity Index. In Spain, Italy, France, Germany, the UK and the Eurozone, indices of business activity in the service sector will be released. In addition, the Eurozone will publish retail sales data. The U.S. will present the ADP report on the level of employment in the private sector, as well as the index of business activity in the services sector. The Energy Information Administration will report on last week's change in commercial oil inventories. Thursday In Japan, data of foreign and national investments in securities will be released. Australia will publish data on imports, exports and total trade and sales of new homes. Canada will present the Ivey Business Activity Index. The U.S. will publish the number of initial and repeated applications for unemployment benefits, data of production orders. Fed spokesman Kworths will deliver a speech, and the Energy Information Administration will release changes to natural gas reserves last week. Friday In Japan, household expenditure data, wage changes and indexes of leading and concurring indicators will be released. Australia will publish aig's construction activity index and retail sales data. Germany will present the producer price index and production order data. Switzerland will publish the consumer price index and the UK will publish the Halifax house price index. The U.S. will host the main economic release of the week – the number of new jobs outside of agriculture in September. In addition, the U.S. will provide data on average wages, unemployment rate and trade balance. Canada will present import, export and total trade balance, unemployment and a change in employment for September. Baker Hughes will introduce changes to the number of active rigs last week.