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US 1000 ET Revised Sep wholesale inventories expected unch at -0.3%. Sep wholesale trade sales expected +0.2% m/m, Aug unch.
1000 ET Preliminary-Nov University of Michigan U.S. consumer sentiment index expected unch at 95.5, Oct +2.3 to 95.5.
1145 ET San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly (non-voter) speaks at a research conference on the economics of climate change at the San Francisco Fed.
2000 ET New York Fed President John Williams (voter) takes part in a moderated Q&A at an event in New York titled “Coping with the Vulnerabilities of the Global Financial System.”
2030 ET Fed Governor Lael Brainard delivers closing comments at a climate change conference in San Francisco.
JAPAN 0000 ET Japan Sep leading index CI expected +0.3 to 92.2, Aug -1.8 to 91.9. Sep coincident index expected +2.0 to 101.0, Aug -0.7 to 99.0.
GERMANY 0200 ET German Sep trade balance expected +19.5 billion euros, Aug +16.4 billion euros. Sep exports expected +0.3% m/m, Aug -1.5% m/m. Sep imports expected unch m/m, Aug +0.6% m/m.
FRANCE 0245 ET France Q3 wages expected +0.4% q/q, Q2 +0.5% q/q.
0245 ET France Sep industrial production expected +0.4% m/m and +0.3% y/y, Aug -0.9% m/m and -1.4% y/y.
0245 ET France Sep manufacturing production expected +0.2% m/m and +0.1% y/y, Aug -0.8% m/m and -1.6% y/y.
CANADA 0815 ET Canada Oct housing starts expected +220,000, Sep +221,200.
0830 ET Canada Sep building permits expected -2.0% m/m, Aug +6.1% m/m.
0830 ET Canada Oct net change in employment expected +15,000, Sep +53,700. Oct unemployment rate expected unch at 5.5%, Sep -0.2 to 5.5%.
CHINA 2030 ET China Oct CPI expected +3.3% y/y, Sep +3.0% y/y. Oct PPI expected -1.5% y/y, Sep -1.2% y/y.
n/a China Oct new yuan loans expected +800.0 billion yuan, Sep +1.691 trillion yuan. Oct aggregate financing expected +966.5 billion yuan, Sep +2.273 trillion yuan.

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