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Deutsche Bank analysts lists down the key market moving events and economic releases for the week ahead.

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China September CPI, PPI; Japan August capacity utilisation, tertiary industry index, final industrial production; France final September CPI; UK August unemployment, average weeekly earnings; Germany October Zew survey; US October Empire State manufacturing survey; Canada September existing home sales

Central Banks:  RBA minutes from October meeting released; BoJ’s Kuroda, Fed’s Bullard, Bostic, George and Daly, BoE’s Carney, Vlieghe speak

Other:  Tariff hike from 25% to 30% scheduled on $250bn worth of Chinese goods by US; IMF release World Economic Outlook.”

 South Korea September unemployment rate; EU27 September new car registrations; Italy August industrial sales, industrial orders; UK September CPI, RPI, PPI; Euro area August trade balance, final September CPI, core CPI; US weekly MBA mortgage applications, September retail sales, October NAHB housing market index, August business inventories; Canada September CPI

Central Banks:  Bank of Korea decision, Federal Reserve publishes Beige Book; ECB’s Knot, Lane, Weidmann, Villeroy, BoE’s Carney, Fed’s Evans and Brainard speak.”

Australia September unemployment rate; Italy August trade balance; UK September retail sales; Euro area August construction output; US September building permits, housing starts, October Philadelphia Fed business outlook survey, weekly initial jobless claims, continuing claims, September industrial production, capacity utilisation; Canada August manufacturing sales

Central Banks:  ECB’s Villeroy, Visco, Knot, De Cos, Fed’s Evans, Bowman and Williams speak.

Politics:  European Council summit meets”

 Japan September nationwide CPI; China September industrial production, retail sales, Q3 GDP; Italy August current account balance; Euro area August current account; US September leading index

Central Banks:  Fed’s Kaplan, George and Clarida speak.

Politics:  European Council summit continues Earnings: Coca-Cola, American Express

Other:  US tariffs scheduled to come into effect on EU goods.”