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US 0700 ET Weekly MBA mortgage applications.
0830 ET Sep CPI expected +0.3% m/m and +5.3% y/y, Aug +0.3% m/m and +5.3% y/y. Sep CPI ex-food & energy expected +0.3% m/m and +4.0% y/y, Aug +0.1% m/m and +4.0% y/y.
1300 ET Treasury auctions $24 billion 30-year T-bonds.
1400 ET Minutes of the Sep 21-22 FOMC meeting.
1630 ET Fed Governor Lael Brainard makes remarks at a Fed Listens event with Oklahoma tribal leaders.
2000 ET Fed Governor Michelle Bowman dives a speech on monetary policymaking and the economic outlook at an event hosted by South Dakota State University.
GERMANY 0200 ET Revised German Sep CPI (EU harmonized), previous +0.3% m/m and +4.1% y/y.
UK 0200 ET UK Aug industrial production expected +0.2% m/m and +3.3% y/y, July +1.2% m/m and +3.8% y/y.
0200 ET UK Aug manufacturing production expected unch m/m and +4.1% y/y, July unch m/m and +6.0% y/y.
0200 ET UK Aug construction output expected +0.4% m/m and +5.7% y/y, July -1.6% m/m and +8.6% y/y.
0200 ET UK Aug index of services expected +0.6% m/m and +3.8% 3-mo/3-mo, July unch m/m and +4.5% 3-mo/3-mo.
EUROZONE 0500 ET Eurozone Aug industrial production expected -1.7% m/m and +4.7% y/y, July +1.5% m/m and +7.7% y/y.
CHINA 2130 ET China Sep PPI expected +10.5% y/y, Aug +9.5% y/y. Sep CPI expected +0.8% y/y, Aug +0.8% y/y.

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