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15.10.2019 - 09.10.2019
At 05:00 (GMT+2), the data on the trade balance of China for September will be published. The indicator is the ratio between the sum of prices of goods exported outside the borders of a given state and the sum of prices of goods imported into the territory of that state, that is, the difference between exports and imports. It is predicted that in September the surplus will increase to 36.3 billion dollars.
At 19:00 (GMT+2), Baker Hughes data on the number of active oil rigs in the USA will be published. The weekly report records the change in oil production capacity in the United States. Since the end of last year, the indicator has been steadily declining. The last time, the number of rigs decreased from 713 to 710 units. The continuation of this trend will support prices.
USD is weakening against EUR and GBP but is strengthening against the JPY.
The Australian dollar moved to rapid growth against the US one after a protracted fall in September.
The data on the employment change in Canada for September is due at 14:30 (GMT+2). This indicator captures the change in the number of employed citizens in the country. It is expected to grow by 10.0K people, which is significantly less than the August figure of 81.1K. The realization of the forecast can put pressure on CAD.
The data on the unemployment rate in Canada for September is due at 14:30 (GMT+2). The Unemployment Rate measures the percentage of the total workforce that is unemployed and actively seeking employment during the previous month. Only registered unemployed are counted. The indicator is expected to remain at 5.7%.
In shares of Starbucks, there is a correctional strengthening from a three-month low of October 2. The decline of the emitter's quotes from the July 52-week high was more than 13.5%. The company announced the publication of financial results for Q3 on October 31. The Wall Street expects another strong report, with earnings per share growth by 13% (YoY) to USD 0.70 and revenue growth by 5% (YoY) to USD 6.63 billion.