Monday In Japan, retail sales data for September will be released. Australia will provide a measure of new home sales. The UK will publish a budget report provided by the Minister of Finance. In addition, the UK will publish consumer lending data and the number of approved mortgage applications, as well as a report of the Confederation of British Manufacturers on Retail. The Eurozone will publish a forecast of economic growth in the short term. The U.S. will present spending on personal consumption, personal income data and the business activity index in the industrial sphere of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. In addition, the representative of the Fed Charles Evans will speak and the placement of short-term securities will be held. Tuesday Japan will publish unemployment rates and the ratio of vacancies and applicants, while in Australia it will publish building permit data. Bullock, deputy head of the Reserve Bank of Australia, will also speak. Germany will present the unemployment rate and the change in the number of unemployed, and Switzerland – the index of leading indicators. In addition, Germany will publish the basic and basic consumer price indices. The Eurozone will publish an indicator of economic growth for the third quarter of this year, an indicator of the business climate, an index of moods in the economy and the level of consumer confidence. The U.S. will present the Redbook Retail Sales Index and the House Price Index of the S/CaseShiller. Wednesday Construction permits, activity forecast and the Reserve Bank's Business Optimism Index will be released in New York. Japan will present industrial production data, construction sector orders and consumer confidence index. In addition, Japan will hold a meeting of the Central Bank and will be aware of the decision to change the interest rate. Australia will publish private sector lending data, consumer price indices and core inflation from the Reserve Bank. In China, indices of business activity in the manufacturing and services sectors will be released. In Germany, retail sales data will be made public, and in Switzerland, the index of economic expectations of the Institute of zEW is published. Inflation data, including basic and basic consumer price indices, will be released in the Eurozone. The U.S. will present the ADP report on private sector employment and Chicago's PMI. Canada will see economic growth data, as well as commodity and industrial price indices. The Energy Information Administration will publish changes in oil and petroleum products stocks over the past week. Thursday Australia will publish a manufacturing activity index, import, export data and a total trade balance. Japan will provide data on foreign and national investments, and China will provide the PM Caixin index in production. Switzerland will release several indices: consumer prices, consumer confidence and Business Activity SVME. The UK will publish Nationwide house price indices and business activity in the manufacturing sector. The main event of the day will be the meeting of the Bank of England, the publication of the minutes of the meeting and the report on monetary policy. In addition, a press conference of the head of the Bank of England Mark Carney. In the U.S., the index of business activity in the manufacturing sector and the index of gradual acceleration of inflation will be released. The Energy Information Administration will unveil changes to natural gas reserves in the U.S. last week. Friday Australia will publish retail sales data and producer price index. Germany will present an import price index and a business activity index in the manufacturing sector. In Switzerland, there will be a real volume of retail. In Spain, Italy, France and the Eurozone will publish indices of business activity in the manufacturing sector, and in the UK – the index of business activity in the construction sector. The U.S. will release labor market data for October, including the number of new jobs created outside agriculture, the unemployment rate and the trade balance. Canada will present the unemployment rate and statistics of international trade in goods. Baker Hughes will report a change in the number of active rigs last week.