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US 0830 ET Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan (voter) gives the opening speech at a conference on energy and the economy hosted by the Dallas and Kansas City Fed.
0900 ET Richmond Fed President Thomas Barkin (non-voter) and Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic (non-voter) discuss building solutions for mobility and growth in a webinar hosted by Chamber RVA.
1330 ET Kansas City Fed President Esther George (non-voter) gives a speech on energy and the economy at a conference hosted by the Dallas and Kansas City Fed.
UK 0200 ET UK Oct public sector net borrowing expected +31.5 billion pounds, Sep +35.4 billion pounds.
0200 ET UK Oct retail sales ex-auto fuel expected unch m/m and +5.9% y/y, Sep +1.6% m/m and +6.4% y/y.
0200 ET UK Oct retail sales including auto fuel expected -0.3% m/m and +4.1% y/y, Sep +1.5% m/m and +4.7% y/y.
GERMANY 0200 ET German Oct PPI expected -0.1% m/m and -0.8% y/y, Sep +0.4% m/m and -1.0% y/y.
EUR 0315 ET ECB President Christine Lagarde gives a keynote speech at the European Banking Congress.
0445 ET ECB Vice President Luis de Guindos in a panel online discussion organized by the European House on “the Outlook for the Economy and Finance.”
1000 ET Eurozone Nov consumer confidence index expected -2.5 to -18.0, Oct -1.6 to -15.5.
ITALY 0400 ET Italy Sep industrial sales, Aug +5.9% m/m and -3.8% y/y. Sep industrial orders, Aug +15.1% m/m and +6.1% y/y.
CANADA 0830 ET Canada Sep retail sales expected +0.2% m/m and unch ex-autos m/m, Aug +0.4% m/m and +0.5% ex-autos m/m.

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