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LONDON (MNI) - Thursday throws up a full data session on both sides of the
Atlantic, with central bank policy decisions expected from the Swiss National
Bank and the Bank of England.
The European data calendar gets underway at 0600GMT, with the publication
of the ACEA car registrations DATA.
At 0645GMT, the French final August HICP numbers will be released.
The Swiss National Bank will be published at 0730GMT.
Italian inflation data will be released at 0800GMT. Bundesbank Board member
Claudia M. Buch participates in panel discussion at ECBN conference, in
Ljubljana, Slovenia, also due at 0800GMT.
At 1100GMT, the Bank of England will publish their latest policy decision
Across the Atlantic, the US calendar gets underway at 1230GMT, with the
publication of the latest jobless claims and the August CPI.
Canada's New Housing Price Index will be released at the same time.
At 1430GMT, the latest DOE Natural Gas Stocks data will cross the wires.
ECB Governing Council member Jens Weidmann speaks at the Institute for
Monetary and Financial Stability Distinguished Lecture, in Frankfurt, starting
Late US data will see the latest Fed Weekly M2 Money Supply Data published
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