Portugal pays off IMF bailout - FinMin
11h ago
Delay inflicts damage on UK firms – CBI's Fairbairn

Delay inflicts damage on UK firms – CBI's Fairbairn

11h ago
At 7.1M, US job openings remain unchanged in October

At 7.1M, US job openings remain unchanged in October

14h ago
UK growth estimate shows slowdown to 0.4% for Q4

UK growth estimate shows slowdown to 0.4% for Q4

14h ago
UK trade deficit widens to £3.1B in October

UK trade deficit widens to £3.1B in October

20h ago
  • Sentix: Eurozone investor confidence falls in December
    Sentix: Eurozone investor confidence falls in December
    20h ago

    The Sentix economic index for the Eurozone fell in December to reach -0.3, the latest data released by Sentix on Monday revealed. Previous month's figures recorded 8.8, while the expected index for December was 8.4. December's fi...

  • UK industrial production down 0.6% in October
    UK industrial production down 0.6% in October
    20h ago

    Industrial production in the United Kingdom fell 0.6% in October compared to the previous month, the Office for National Statistics said in a report released on Monday. The main contributor to the decline in the figure was due to a drop ...

  • UK GDP growth slows to 0.4% in quarter to October
    UK GDP growth slows to 0.4% in quarter to October
    20h ago

    The United Kingdom gross domestic product (GDP) rose 0.4% in the quarter to October compared to the previous three-month period, according to a monthly estimate released by the country's Office for National Statistics on Monday. The ...

  • German trade surplus shrinks to €17.3B in October
    German trade surplus shrinks to €17.3B in October
    22h ago

    Germany's seasonally adjusted foreign trade surplus stood at €17.3 billion in October, decreasing from September's figure of €17.6 billion, according to provisional data released by Destatis on Monday. In non-adjusted t...

  • UK firms say Brexit deal 'worse than status quo'
    UK firms say Brexit deal 'worse than status quo'
    12/10

    A report drawn up by a United Kingdom House of Commons business committee stated British companies see the current Brexit deal as worse than the UK's position as a member of the European Union. However, the businesses do support the ...

  • IMF: US growth to slow down in next two years
    IMF: US growth to slow down in next two years
    12/10

    International Monetary Fund's chief economist Maurice Obstfeld said the economy of the United States is going to slow down somewhat in 2019 and 2020, mostly due to the slower pace of global growth. "For the rest of the world the...

  • Russia wants open global trade system - Lavrov
    Russia wants open global trade system - Lavrov
    12/9

    Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Sunday that Moscow wants to maintain an open global trade system, but that the current United States policy does not encourage it. "We want this global trade system to remain open and t...

  • Bullard: Fed could postpone December rate hike
    Bullard: Fed could postpone December rate hike
    12/7

    President of the St. Louis Federal Reserve bank James Bullard said on Friday that the Fed could consider delaying its widely anticipated December interest rate hike til January because of an inverted yield curve. "Yield curve invers...

  • US oil rig count falls by 10 to 877 - Baker Hughes
    US oil rig count falls by 10 to 877 - Baker Hughes
    12/7

    The number of oil rigs in the United States decreased by 10 to 877 in the week ending December 7 compared to the previous week, according to the Baker Hughes weekly rig count released on Friday.

    The number of gas rigs in the US r...

  • US wholesale inventories up by 0.8% in October
    US wholesale inventories up by 0.8% in October
    12/7

    Wholesale inventories in the United States for October, adjusted for seasonal variations but not for price changes, increased by 0.8% to $652.1 billion compared to the month before, the US Census Bureau said in a release on Friday. On an...

  • US adds only 155,000 nonfarm jobs in November
    US adds only 155,000 nonfarm jobs in November
    12/7

    One of the most closely watched statistical reports about the United States economy showed average hourly earnings grew 3.1% last month on an annual basis, the same as in October. In an update on Friday, the Department of Labor revealed ...

  • Iran denies it agreed to OPEC output cut deal
    Iran denies it agreed to OPEC output cut deal
    12/7

    Oil prices jumped over 1.5% after a couple of unnamed sources from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) told media on Friday that Iran has agreed in principle to the cartel's output cut deal. However, Iran's O...

  • Iran refuses to endorse OPEC output cut plan
    Iran refuses to endorse OPEC output cut plan
    12/7

    Iran's Petroleum Ministry stated on Friday it will "not endorse" the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries' (OPEC) plan to reduce production in an effort to stabilize the market.

    "Informed sources i...

  • No deal border glut in UK seen at half year – report
    No deal border glut in UK seen at half year – report
    12/7

    According to a source familiar with the matter, the cabinet of British Prime Minister Theresa May "significantly revised up its worst case scenario" regarding the projection of the period of "chaos" at the border, the...

  • BoE: UK consumers see inflation rising in near term
    BoE: UK consumers see inflation rising in near term
    12/7

    The median rate in the Bank of England's quarterly survey landed at 3.1% for the year-over-year growth in consumer prices in November. The report published on Friday notes the headline rose by 0.2 percentage points from August. Consu...