Economic statistics for 08.10.2018 – 12.10.2018 – Forex


In Australia, the index of the number of vacancies from ANU will be released, and in China – the PMI Caixin index in the services sector.

Switzerland will publish the unemployment rate for September, and Germany – data of industrial production. In the Eurozone, sentix investor confidence will come out.

Columbus Day is celebrated in the United States, macroeconomic statistics are not published.


In Australia, the conditions index and the National Bank's business confidence index will be released. Japan will publish a balance of foreign trade, a forecast of events and an index of the current situation from Eco Watchers.

The UK will present BRC retail sales data and publish a report from the Financial Policy Committee. In Germany, the data of imports, exports and the overall trade balance will be released.

Canada will publish data on the started construction of houses, and the U.S. – the index of economic development from IBD/TIPP. In addition, the Representative of the Federal Reserve Charles Evans will speak in the United States.


Retail sales data will be released in New York and Westpac's Consumer Confidence Index in Australia. Japan will publish data of orders for mechanical engineering products.

The ECB will hold a meeting in the Eurozone, which does not deal directly with monetary policy issues. The UK will publish a large block of macroeconomic news, including industrial production and manufacturing data, the services activity index, the overall trade balance and changes in GDP for August. In addition, Germany and the UK will host the placement of medium-term government bonds.

In Canada, these building permits will be released. The U.S. will present the producer price index and inventory data. Representatives of the Fed John Williams, Charles Evans and Rafael Bostic will speak. The American Petroleum Institute will publish changes in raw materials inventories last week.


The new government will publish a food price index, while Japan will publish data on foreign and national securities investments. Expectations of consumer price inflation will come out in Australia. The Reserve Bank's economic adviser Lucy Ellis will speak on the same day.

Consumer price indices will be released in France, Spain and Sweden. In the UK – the Bank of England's report on credit conditions. The European Central Bank will publish information about the meeting, which took place two weeks ago.

The U.S. will present data on primary and repeated applications for unemployment benefits, the basic and basic consumer price indices for September. Canada will release an index of house prices in the primary market. The Energy Information Administration will publish changes in U.S. oil and natural gas reserves last week.


The index of business activity in the manufacturing sector will be released in New zealand, and in Australia – the forecast of financial stability and the data of investment loans for construction and mortgages.

China will see imports, exports and the overall trade balance, as well as foreign direct investment. Japan will present an index of activity in the service sector. In Germany, the consumer price index will be released, and in the Eurozone – data of industrial production.

The U.S. will publish an import and export price index, the University of Michigan Consumer Confidence Index and a monthly budget report. Fed representatives Charles Evans and Rafael Bostic will make statements. Baker Hughes will present a traditional report on the change in the number of active drilling rigs last week in the United States.