Trump praises JOLTS data, calls it 'astonishing'
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US job openings rise to 7.1M in August

US job openings rise to 7.1M in August

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US industrial production up 0.3% in September

US industrial production up 0.3% in September

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Eurozone economic sentiment worsens – ZEW

Eurozone economic sentiment worsens – ZEW

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Eurozone trade surplus falls to €11.7B in August

Eurozone trade surplus falls to €11.7B in August

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  • UK unemployment unchanged in August
    UK unemployment unchanged in August
    8h ago

    The ILO rate of unemployment in the United Kingdom remained unchanged in August compared to the month before, at 4%, the Office for National Statistics said in a release on Tuesday. The number of unemployed people was 1.36 million.

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  • Kuroda: Forward guidance stiffens inflation outlook
    Kuroda: Forward guidance stiffens inflation outlook
    9h ago

    Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda acknowledged on Tuesday some of the channels for external shocks to prices and financial stability related to globalization mechanisms and praised the effects of regional cooperation to mitigate suc...

  • German import prices show no change in August
    German import prices show no change in August
    11h ago

    The Federal Statistical Office of Germany measured a flat reading of the import price index for August. Data published on Tuesday showed the increase year over year was 4.8%, the same as in July, led by intermediate goods. The agricultur...

  • S&P: China may have $6T more in local debt
    S&P: China may have $6T more in local debt
    11h ago

    S&P Global Ratings calculated subnational financial burden in the most populous nation could lead to more defaults. Local authorities keep as much as 40 trillion yuan, or $6 trillion, off balance sheets, according to the credit appra...

  • We are in favor of stable, predictable rules for oil - Novak
    We are in favor of stable, predictable rules for oil - Novak
    19h ago

    Russia's Energy Minister Alexander Novak met with Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zangeneh in order to discuss a further increase in oil production within the established deal framework, Russia's Energy Ministry said on Monday....

  • Italian cabinet adopts budget, meeting deadline
    Italian cabinet adopts budget, meeting deadline
    21h ago

    The top members of the government in Rome presented the final budget draft on Monday just before deadline, proudly laying out the particularities. The Italian cabinet, led by Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte (pictured second left), wants to...

  • ECB's De Guindos: Tariffs, oil jump pose higher risk
    ECB's De Guindos: Tariffs, oil jump pose higher risk
    23h ago

    Luis de Guindos, vice president of the European Central Bank (ECB), highlighted the acceleration in growth in the economy of the Eurozone after a recent weakening caused by worsened trade balance, namely in the area of exports. Speaking ...

  • Yellen: Trump's Fed remarks counterproductive
    Yellen: Trump's Fed remarks counterproductive
    23h ago

    Former Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen slammed United States President Donald Trump's central bank remarks on Monday, pronouncing them "counterproductive" for both the institution and the investor confidence, local ...

  • US budget deficit climbs to $779B, highest since 2012
    US budget deficit climbs to $779B, highest since 2012
    23h ago

    The United States federal budget deficit rose 17% to $779 billion in the fiscal year 2018, the highest level since 2012, the US Treasury Department said on Monday. The deficit increased by $113 billion compared to the previous fiscal per...

  • Atlanta Fed cuts growth forecast for Q3 to 4%
    Atlanta Fed cuts growth forecast for Q3 to 4%
    10/15

    An update according to the GDPNow model showed on Monday that real economic expansion in the United States is seen 0.2 percentage lower than in the previous reading for the three months through September. The 4% rate was calculated after...

  • US firms report 0.5% rise in inventories for August
    US firms report 0.5% rise in inventories for August
    10/15

    Business inventories rose half a percent to $1.9608 trillion in August, the United States Census Bureau said on Monday. The rate of increase compares to 0.7% from the previous month, after a revision of 0.1 percentage points higher. The ...

  • US retail sales up 0.1% in September
    US retail sales up 0.1% in September
    10/15

    Seasonally adjusted advance estimates of retail sales and food services in September in the United States amounted to $509 billion which was 0.1% higher than the month before, the US Census Bureau said in a report released on Monday. The...

  • Japan to proceed with 2019 tax reform plan - PM Abe
    Japan to proceed with 2019 tax reform plan - PM Abe
    10/15

    Japan will go ahead with the tax reform plan scheduled for October next year, the country's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said in a statement published on Monday. According to the plan, national sales tax will be raised from the present ...

  • Japan's industrial production up 0.7% in August
    Japan's industrial production up 0.7% in August
    10/15

    Industrial production in Japan was 0.6% higher in August compared to the same month in 2017, the country's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry said in its report. Compared to the previous month production capacity index rose 0.7%...

  • China ready to negotiate a trade deal - Trump
    China ready to negotiate a trade deal - Trump
    10/15

    United States President Donald Trump claimed Beijing is ready to negotiate a "fair deal" with Washington, albeit adding that he might impose more tariffs on China. Trump went on to say he does not fear economic retaliation beca...