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US 0425 ET St. Louis Fed President James Bullard (voter) speaks at a Bloomberg monetary and financial policy conference in London.
0830 ET Oct Empire manufacturing survey general business conditions expected -1.0 to 1.0, Sep -2.8 to 2.0.
0900 ET Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic (non-voter) speaks in a moderated discussion at a conference in Atlanta on “Lean on Me,” the Ecosystem of community development in the Southeast.
1245 ET Kansas City Fed President Esther George (voter) discusses the U.S. payments system at a conference hosted by the Kansas City Fed.
1530 ET San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly (non-voter) speaks at the Los Angeles World Affairs Council.
JAPAN 0030 ET Japan Aug tertiary industry index expected +0.6% m/m, Jul +0.1% m/m.
0030 ET Revised Japan Aug industrial production, previous -1.2% m/m and -4.7% y/y.
FRANCE 0245 ET Revised France Sep CPI (EU harmonized), previous -0.4% m/m and +1.1% y/y.
UK 0430 ET UK Sep jobless claims change, Aug +28,200. Sep claimant count rate, Aug 3.3%.
0430 ET UK Aug avg weekly earnings expected +4.0% 3-mo avg y/y, Jul +4.0% 3-mo avg y/y. Aug weekly earnings ex-bonus expected +3.8% 3-mo avg y/y, Jul +3.8% 3-mo avg y/y.
0430 ET UK Aug ILO unemployment rate expected unch at 3.8%, Jul -0.1 to 3.8%.
GERMANY 0500 ET German Oct ZEW survey expectations of economic growth expected -3.9 to -26.4, Sep +21.6 to -22.5.
CANADA 0900 ET Canada Sep existing home sales, Aug +1.4% m/m.

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