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MNI European Morning Briefing

     LONDON (MNI) - Proceedings get underway on Tuesday with the release of
Swiss Unemployment data at 0545GMT.
     At 0600GMT Germany are scheduled to release Trade Balance data, followed by
French and Italian Industrial Production at, respectively, 0645GMT and 0800GMT.
     At 0830GMT the UK Output in the Construction Industry report is due.
     Across the Atlantic normalcy resumes after Columbus Day kept releases thin
on Monday. First on the docket is US NFIB Small Business Optimism Index at
     At 1215GMT Canadian Housing Starts are due to hit the wires followed by
Building Permits at 1230GMT.
     US Redbook Retail Sales Index are scheduled for 1255GMT.
     At 1400GMT the IBD/TIPP Economic Optimism data are slated for publication,
at the same time US JOLTS data will be released.
     Also due at 1400GMT is a speech from US Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank
President Neel at the Regional Economic Conditions Conference in Minneapolis.
     At 1500GMT is the New York Fed survey of consumer expectations.
     On the docket at 1800GMT Bank of Canada Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn
Wilkins participates in a panel discussion at the IMF on Systemic Risk and
Macroprudential Stress Testing in Washington, DC. There will be audience Q&A.
     Bundesbank Board member Claudia Buch will participate in a panel discussion
at MCM Annual Meeting Seminar, in Washington, D.C. also at 1800GMT.
     At 1900GMT US Treasury Final Allotments data is due.
     Late on Dallas Federal Reserve Bank President Rob Kaplan to participate in
a moderated Q&A session at Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research
Associates Meeting in Stanford, with audience and media Q&A at 000GMT, 2000ET.
--MNI London Bureau; +44 203 865 3809; email:

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