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Sales of new homes in US jump 3.5% in August

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UK mortgage approvals slightly down in August

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    Argentina hit with nationwide protests
    9/25

    A 24-hour strike hit Argentina as the country is expected to introduce austerity measures in order to receive financial aid from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Furthermore, the president of the Argentine central bank Luis Caputo ...

  • US housing prices rise 0.2% in July
    US housing prices rise 0.2% in July
    9/25

    The index of house prices in the United States was up 0.2% in July compared to the previous month on a seasonally adjusted basis, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) said in a release on Tuesday. The price growth from June was revi...

  • Merkel: Multilateral trade 'facing huge challenges'
    Merkel: Multilateral trade 'facing huge challenges'
    9/25

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Tuesday that the multilateral trade system is "facing huge challenges," referring to the tariffs imposed by the United States and...

  • Months before higher wages impact inflation - ECB's Praet
    Months before higher wages impact inflation - ECB's Praet
    9/25

    Chief economist of the European Central Bank (ECB) Peter Praet said on Tuesday that it will take "months" before higher wages impact inflation. He agreed with ECB President Mario Draghi's projection that wage increases will...

  • China: US 'holding knife' to its neck on trade
    China: US 'holding knife' to its neck on trade
    9/25

    Chinese Commerce Ministry said on Tuesday that trade negotiations with the United States are at a risk, as Beijing does not feel it is on an equal footing with Washington. "Now that the United States has adopted such large-scale res...

  • German wholesale prices rise 0.3% in August
    German wholesale prices rise 0.3% in August
    9/25

    Wholesale prices for goods in Germany rose 0.3% in August compared to the past month, the Federal Statistical Office of Germany Destatis reported on Tuesday. Compared to the same month a year ago, the prices increased by 3.8%. In July an...

  • BoJ's Kuroda commits to policy easing
    BoJ's Kuroda commits to policy easing
    9/25

    Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Monday that the central bank doesn't have a timeframe for its policy of "powerful easing" and stressed the importance of keeping the interest rates low. However, he added, this...

  • Mogherini: Platform to be set up for trade with Iran
    Mogherini: Platform to be set up for trade with Iran
    9/25

    Payment tools are apparently being assembled by signatories of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, which led to the abolishment of sanctions against Iran in early 2016. Following the announcement of withdrawal by the United States, t...

  • BoJ notes risks of yuan drop, US-China trade war
    BoJ notes risks of yuan drop, US-China trade war
    9/25

    Wage inflation has accelerated, members of the Bank of Japan's policy board said in the minutes of its meeting at the end of July. The document reveals consensus in the opinion that fixed corporate investment maintained growth moment...

  • Russia's Novak: High oil prices not beneficial to anyone
    Russia's Novak: High oil prices not beneficial to anyone
    9/24

    Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak stated on Monday that the high oil prices are not good for anyone, local media reported. During an interview at the OPEC+ meeting in Algeries, the Russian official was quoted saying that he believe...

  • Ifo: Business climate in Germany unchanged in September
    Ifo: Business climate in Germany unchanged in September
    9/24

    Business climate in Germany barely slipped in September, according to the latest report released by the Ifo Institute on Monday. The Business Climate Index was at 103.7, barely down from 103.8 points in August.

    The Institute'...

  • US 'abandoned norms of mutual respect' - China
    US 'abandoned norms of mutual respect' - China
    9/24

    China published on Monday a white paper addressing the ongoing trade war with the United States, the state agency Xinhua reported. In the document, China accuses the US of "a...

  • US preparing more action against China, insiders say
    US preparing more action against China, insiders say
    9/24

    United States President Donald Trump approved a plan for the White House to launch a verbal offensive against the government in Beijing, Axios learned from confidential sources. The report reveals the strategy should be robust and "...

  • Labour: Big firms should cede 10% to workers
    Labour: Big firms should cede 10% to workers
    9/24

    John McDonnell, shadow chancellor of the Exchequer, prepared a speech for the Labour Party conference on Monday in which he will lay out a platform to force large private companies to let employees control 10% of equity or stocks, accord...

  • US to invest in emerging markets to counter China
    US to invest in emerging markets to counter China
    9/24

    A bill is in procedure with the aim to be passed in the United States Senate before the midterm election in November to open the way for equity funding in the developed world, and Ray Washburne, head of the Overseas Private Investment Co...