DIARY – Germany – to Nov 17

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UPCOMING ECONOMIC INDICATORS
GMT MEDIAN
DATE GMT/LOCAL INDICATOR PERIOD F/CAST PRIOR
19OCT 0900/1100 ZEW-Current conditions (indicator) Oct 59.9
19OCT 0900/1100 ZEW Economic Sentiment (indicator) Oct -4.3
20OCT 0600/0800 Producer price index m/m Sep 0.0%
20OCT 0600/0800 Producer price index y/y Sep 3.2%
21OCT 0728/0928 Markit Services Flash PMI Oct 54.9
21OCT 0728/0928 Markit/BME MFG Flash PMI Oct 55.1
21OCT 0728/0928 Markit Composite Flash PMI Oct 54.7
22OCT 0800/1000 Ifo Business Sentiment (indicator) Oct 106.8
22OCT 0800/1000 Ifo – Expectations (indicator) Oct 103.9
22OCT 0800/1000 Ifo – Current conditions (indicator) Oct 109.7
26OCT 0600/0800 GfK consumer sentiment survey Nov 4.9

(indicator)
26-29OCT 0600/0800 Import Prices y/y Sep 8.6%
26-29OCT 0600/0800 Import Prices m/m Sep 0.2%
27OCT CPI m/m preliminary Oct -0.1%
27OCT CPI y/y preliminary Oct 1.3%
27OCT HICP prelim m/m (harmonised index of Oct -0.2%

consumer prices)
27OCT HICP prelim y/y Oct 1.3%
28OCT 0800/1000 Unemployment total NSA Oct 3.031m
28OCT 0800/1000 Unemployment rate SA (official data) Oct 7.5%
28OCT 0800/1000 Unemployment change SA (official data) Oct -40.0k
28OCT 0800/1000 Unemployment total SA Oct 3.146m
02-05NOV 0700/0800 Retail Sales (real) m/m Sep -0.2%
02-05NOV 0700/0800 Retail Sales (real) y/y Sep 2.2%
02NOV 0853/0953 Markit/BME Manufact’g PMI Oct 55.1
04NOV 0853/0953 Markit Services PMI (index) Oct 54.9
05NOV 1100/1200 Industrial Orders m/m Sep 3.4%
08NOV 0700/0800 Imports m/m SA Sep 0.9%
08NOV 0700/0800 Trade balance monthly balance SA Sep 11.7b

(euros)
08NOV 0700/0800 Exports m/m SA Sep -0.4%
08NOV 1100/1200 Industrial Production m/m Sep 1.7%
09NOV 0700/0800 HICP final m/m Oct
09NOV 0700/0800 HICP final y/y Oct
09NOV 0700/0800 CPI final y/y Oct
09NOV 0700/0800 CPI final m/m Oct
12NOV 0700/0800 GDP flash estimate q/q Q3
12NOV 0700/0800 GDP flash estimate y/y Q3
12-17NOV 0700/0800 Wholesale price index y/y Oct
12-17NOV 0700/0800 Wholesale price index m/m Oct

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GENERAL / ECONOMIC EVENTS

MONDAY, OCTOBER 18
DEAUVILLE, France – French President Nicolas Sarkozy meets
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Russian President Dmitry
Medvedev to discuss security concerns and relations between the
three nations. The three leaders will also discuss the upcoming
G20 in Seoul and France’s G20/G8 objectives.-

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19
FRANKFURT- Fifth ECB Conference on Statistics on “Central Bank
statistics: What did the financial crisis change” Welcome
address by European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet
(to Oct. 20)-

MUNICH, Germany – ECB Governing Council member Axel Weber to
Speak at banking and business evening on the path to a more
stable financial system – 1400 GMT-

FRANKFURT, Germany- ECB Governing Council members George
Provopoulos and Marko Kranjec participate in panel at ECB
conference – 1300 GMT-

FRANKFURT, Germany- Federal Reserve Vice Chairwoman Janet
Yellen, ECB Governing Council member Carlos Costa and Riksbank
Deputy Governor Lars Nyberg speak on panel at ECB conference -1500 GMT-

FRANKFURT, Germany- ECB Executive Board member Juergen Stark
hosts dinner during ECB conference – 1800 GMT-

FRANKFURT- Fifth ECB Conference on Statistics on “Central Bank
statistics: What did the financial crisis change” Welcome
address by European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet
(to Oct. 20) – 1230 GMT-

ANKARA- German President Christian Wulff visits Turkey (to Oct
22)and meets Turkish President Abdullah Gul and Prime Minister
Tayyip Erdogan-

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20
FRANKFURT- Fifth ECB Conference on Statistics on “Central Bank
statistics: What did the financial crisis change” Concluding
remarks by ECB Executive Board member Juergen Stark (FINAL
DAY).-

FRANKFURT, Germany- ECB Vice President Vitor Constancio,
Governing Council members Nout Wellink and Christian Noyer
participate in panel at ECB conference – 0630 GMT-

KAYSERI, Turkey- German President Christian Wulff gives a speech
at the German-Turkish Economy Forum-

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21
FRANKFURT,Germany- ECB Governing Council meeting. No interest
rate announcements scheduled. –

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22
BERLIN- German Chancellor Angela Merkel meets Nato General
Secretary Anders Fogh Rasmussen (0730 GMT), press briefing
(0845)-

BERLIN- German Chancellor Angela Merkel meets Chilean President
Sebastian Pinera (1000 GMT), press briefing (1115 GMT)-

MONDAY, OCTOBER 25
FRANKFURT, Germany – ECB Executive Board member Juergen Stark
gives lecture at House of Finance on Central Banking after the
Financial Crisis – 1600 GMT-

GOVERNMENT DEBT SUPPLY

Date GMT City Event
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03/11 BERLIN Auction of five-year Federal note

(“Bobl”), 1.75 Percent, around euro 5

billion

GENERAL / ECONOMIC EVENTS

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4
FRANKFURT- ECB Governing Council meeting, followed by interest
rate announcement at 1245 GMT. News conference follows at 1330
GMT.-

GOVERNMENT DEBT SUPPLY

Date GMT City Event
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10/11 BERLIN Auction of two-year Federal Treasury

note (“Schatz”), around euro 6 billion.

GENERAL / ECONOMIC EVENTS

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11
FRANKFURT- ECB publishes monthly bulletin (0800 GMT) –

SEOUL- G20 Summit 2010 (to Nov. 12).-

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17
BERLIN- (TENTATIVE) Transparency International, the leading
civil society organisation fighting corruption worldwide,
releases its annual Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI). The
index ranks 180 countries by their perceived levels of
corruption, as determined by expert assessments and opinion
surveys. –

–Berlin Newsroom +49 30 2888-5000

DIARY – Germany – to Nov 17