Japanese manufacturing PMI falls to 50.0 in January
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Trump: Talks with China are going very well

Trump: Talks with China are going very well

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Eurozone consumer confidence slightly higher in January

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China's Wang slams protectionism, populism

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  • US house price index up 0.4% in November
    US house price index up 0.4% in November
    15h ago

    The seasonally adjusted monthly index for house prices in the United States rose 0.4% in November compared to the previous month, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) said on Wednesday. October's monthly increase was revised up ...

  • Merkel: Germany wants to strengthen Europe
    Merkel: Germany wants to strengthen Europe
    15h ago

    German Chancellor Angel Merkel said on Wednesday that Berlin "wants to give a strong contribution to strengthening Europe," especially in relation to the Treaty of Aachen signed...

  • BoJ's Kuroda: US-China trade dispute likely to end
    BoJ's Kuroda: US-China trade dispute likely to end
    22h ago

    Bank of Japan governor Haruhiko Kuroda said in a press conference on Wednesday that he doesn't see a big change in economic fundamentals and that it's appropriate to continue current easing policies. In his view, stocks and forei...

  • BoJ leaves interest rate unchanged
    BoJ leaves interest rate unchanged
    1/23

    Bank of Japan (BoJ) announced on Wednesday its monetary policy will remain unchanged. At its January meeting, the central bank said it will keep the interest rate at a negative 0.1% and has also kept the target for the 10-year government...

  • US existing home sales drop 6.4% in December
    US existing home sales drop 6.4% in December
    1/22

    Existing home sales in the United States declined 6.4% in December compared to the previous month, dropping to a seasonally adjusted rate of 4.99 million in December, the National Association of Realtors (NAR) stated in a report on Tuesd...

  • IEA's Birol: Name of game in oil is volatility
    IEA's Birol: Name of game in oil is volatility
    1/22

    Fatih Birol, executive director of the International Energy Agency, said on Tuesday that the "shale revolution" in the United States will have "huge implications" for oil, gas and the energy market in general "fo...

  • Lagarde: There was no major revision in growth
    Lagarde: There was no major revision in growth
    1/22

    The International Monetary Fund's managing director tried on Tuesday to ease concern about the change in the projection for global economic expansion. Christine Lagarde acknowledged in an interview with CNBC in Davos that the magnitu...

  • Schwarzman: US will keep creating jobs
    Schwarzman: US will keep creating jobs
    1/22

    Steve Schwarzman, chairman and chief executive of Blackstone Group LP, rejected the possibility of a recession "in the short term" in the world's biggest economy. Speaking to CNBC in Davos on Tuesday, he acknowledged expans...

  • ZEW: Current situation index drops for Eurozone
    ZEW: Current situation index drops for Eurozone
    1/22

    Economic sentiment in the euro area improved somewhat in the euro area this month as well as in Germany, according to an update to the expectations measure calculated by the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW). However, the measu...

  • UK's budget deficit falls to lowest since 2002
    UK's budget deficit falls to lowest since 2002
    1/22

    Net borrowing of the public sector increased by £0.3 billion to £3 billion on an annual scale in December, but it dropped by £13.1 billion to £35.9 so far in the fiscal year, which ends with March, the Office for ...

  • UK unemployment at 4% from September to November
    UK unemployment at 4% from September to November
    1/22

    The percentage of unemployed people in the United Kingdom stood at 4% in the three months from September to November in 2018, the country's Office for National Statistics said on Tuesday. This is 0.2 percentage points lower compared ...

  • EY's Weinberger: Pessimism went too far
    EY's Weinberger: Pessimism went too far
    1/22

    Countering concern about warnings of a slowdown in the expansion of the world's economy, Mark Weinberger stressed the United States is still "very strong" with a rate of at least 2.5%, one of the strongest in a decade, and ...

  • Centeno: Growth slowing, risks are political
    Centeno: Growth slowing, risks are political
    1/21

    Mario Centeno (pictured right), president of the Eurogroup, told reporters on Monday that priorities adopted for this year at a meeting in Brussels are aimed at growth-supporting structural reforms, fiscal sustainability and public inves...

  • PwC: Businesses expect global slowdown in 2019
    PwC: Businesses expect global slowdown in 2019
    1/21

    PricewaterhouseCoopers' LLP (PwC) 22nd survey of 1,300 CEOs from around the world, conducted during the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, indicates that around 30% of business leaders expect an economic slowdown in the cu...

  • IMF: Global economic growth losing momentum
    IMF: Global economic growth losing momentum
    1/21

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) stated in its report on Monday that the global economic expansion is losing momentum in 2019. This marks the fund's second downward revision in the past three months with global growth expected a...