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FxWirePro: the day ahead- 2nd November 2017

The day ahead- 2nd November 2017

 

Not many economic data and events scheduled for today but some with high volatility risks associated.

 

Data released so far:

  • Australia: September trade balance came at $1.745 billion. Exports rose by 3 percent. Building permits rose 1.5 percent in September, down 2.4 percent from a year ago.

 

Upcoming:

  • Japan: Consumer confidence report will be released at 5:00 GMT.
  • Switzerland: SECO consumer climate report will be released at 6:45 GMT. Retail sales report for September will be released at 8:15 GMT.
  • Spain: Markit manufacturing PMI for October will be released at 8:15 GMT.
  • Italy: Markit manufacturing PMI report will be released at 8:45 GMT.
  • France: Markit manufacturing PMI for October will be released at 8:50 GMT.
  • Germany: Markit manufacturing PMI for October will be released at 8:50 GMT, along with unemployment report.
  • Eurozone: Markit manufacturing PMI for October will be released at 9:00 GMT.
  • United Kingdom: Markit construction PMI for October will be released at 9:30 GMT. BoE will announce monetary policy decision at 12:00 GMT, followed by a press conference by Governor Carney at 12:30 GMT.
  • United States: Weekly jobless claims report will be released at 12:30 GMT, along with non-farm productivity and Unit Labour costs for the third quarter. EIA will release weekly natural gas inventory report at 14:30 GMT.
  • Australia: AiG performance of services report will be released at 22:30 GMT.
  • Auction: Spain will auction 5-year and 10-year bond today. France will auction 10-year bond.

 

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