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30 October 2020

Key events for next week: eurozone, UK and US PMI indices, RBA, Bank of England and Fed interest rate decision, US presidential elections, New Zealand, USA and Canada unemployment rate

On Monday, at 00:00 GMT, Australia will publish inflation data from MI for October, and at 00:30 GMT present the ANZ vacancy index for October and report changes in the volume of construction permits for September. Also at 00:30 GMT, Japan will release the manufacturing PMI for October. At 01:45 GMT China will release PMI index for the manufacturing sector from Caixin for October. Then, the focus will be on the indices of business activity in the manufacturing sector from Markit for October: at 08:30 GMT, Switzerland will report, at 08:50 GMT - France, at 08:55 GMT - Germany, at 09:00 GMT - the Eurozone, at 09:30 GMT-Britain, and at 14:45 GMT - the United States. At 15:00 GMT, the US will present the ISM manufacturing index for October and report changes in the volume of spending in the construction sector for September.

On Tuesday, at 03:30 GMT in Australia, the RBA's interest rate decision will be announced. At 07:30 GMT, Switzerland will publish the consumer price index for October. At 07:45 GMT, France will report a change in the balance of the state budget for September. At 15:00 GMT, the US will announce a change in the volume of production orders for September. The US presidential election will also be held on Tuesday. At 21:30 GMT, in Australia the AIG construction activity index for October will be released. At 21:45 GMT, New Zealand will announce changes in the unemployment rate and the number of employees for the 3rd quarter. At 23:50 GMT, in Japan the minutes of the Bank of Japan's monetary policy meeting will be released.

On Wednesday, at 00:30 GMT Australia will report the change of volume of retail trade for September. At 01:45 GMT China will present an index of business activity in the services sector from Caixin for October. Then the focus will be on the business activity indices in the services sector for October: at 08:50 GMT, France will report, at 08:55 GMT - Germany, at 09: 00 GMT - the Eurozone, and at 09:30 GMT - Britain. At 10:00 GMT, the Euro zone will publish the producer price index for September. At 13:15 GMT, the US will announce a change in the number of employees from ADP for October. At 13:30 GMT, Canada and the United States will announce changes in the foreign trade balance for September. At 15:00 GMT, the US will present the ISM non-manufacturing index for October. At 15:30 GMT, the US Department of energy will release a report on changes in oil reserves.

On Thursday, at 00:30 GMT, Australia will announce a change in the foreign trade balance for September. At 06:45 GMT, Switzerland will publish the SECO consumer sentiment index for the 4th quarter. At 07:00 GMT Germany will report the change in the volume of orders in industry in September. At 09:30 GMT, Britain will release the PMI for the construction sector for October. At 10:00 GMT, the Euro zone will announce a change in retail trade volume for September. At 12:00 GMT in Britain, the Bank of England interest rate decision will be announced. At 13:30 GMT, the US will report changes in the level of labor productivity in the non-manufacturing sector and the level of labor costs for the 3rd quarter, as well as the number of initial applications for unemployment benefits. At 19:00 GMT in the US, the FOMC interest rate decision will be announced. At 19: 30 GMT the FOMC press conference will be held. At 21:30 GMT in Australia, the AIG service sector activity index for October will be released. At 23:30 GMT, Japan will report changes in the level of wages and household spending for September.

On Friday, at 00:30 GMT, in Australia, the RBA Monetary Policy Statement will be released. At 02:00 GMT, New Zealand will report a change in expected inflation in two years. At 06:45 GMT, Switzerland will announce a change in the unemployment rate for October. At 07:00 GMT Germany will announce the change of volume of industrial production for September. At 07:45 GMT, France will report changes in the number of people employed in the private sector of the economy for the 3rd quarter. At 08:00 GMT, Switzerland will announce a change in the volume of foreign currency reserves for October. At 08:30 GMT, Britain will release the Halifax house price index for October. At 13:30 GMT, the US will announce changes in the unemployment rate and the nonfarm payrolls for October. Also at 13:30 GMT, Canada will report changes in the unemployment rate and the number of people employed for October. At 15:00 GMT Canada will present the Ivey Purchasing Managers Index for October. At 20:00 GMT, the US will announce a change in consumer credit for September.

On Sunday, at 23:50 GMT, Japan will announce changes in the volume of orders for machinery and equipment for September and the current account balance for September.

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