Industry activity in Japan down 0.9% in September
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China took 'unreasonable actions' on trade recently - US

China took 'unreasonable actions' on trade recently - US

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US housing starts down 2.9% annually in October

US housing starts down 2.9% annually in October

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Carney says 3.5% wage inflation matches goal

Carney says 3.5% wage inflation matches goal

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Banks are solvent in case of no deal – BoE chief

Banks are solvent in case of no deal – BoE chief

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  • British manufacturing orders rebound, CBI says
    British manufacturing orders rebound, CBI says
    23h ago

    The Confederation of British Industry said in results of its regular survey that industrial producers reported a surge in output growth for the past three months, setting it high above the 4% long-term trend line. The indicator came in a...

  • Carney: No deal Brexit would shock real economy
    Carney: No deal Brexit would shock real economy
    23h ago

    Pressed by members of the Treasury Select Committee on Tuesday about the path of monetary policy in case of Britain's disorderly withdrawal from the European Union, the governor of the Bank of England said the situation would be &quo...

  • Pound to be volatile for at least one month – Carney
    Pound to be volatile for at least one month – Carney
    11/20

    Commenting on the recent sharp swings in the value of the pound, Mark Carney told lawmakers that they are "understandable" given the dynamics in the Brexit process and the state of the economy. "Implied volatility in sterl...

  • Carney: Brexit deal gives support to UK economy
    Carney: Brexit deal gives support to UK economy
    11/20

    Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said in Parliament on Tuesday that transition arrangements in the withdrawal agreement with the European Union addressed the issues highlighted by the central monetary authority and cited supervisory ...

  • German factory gate price growth expands to 3.3%
    German factory gate price growth expands to 3.3%
    11/20

    Inflation measured with what producers charge wholesalers came in at 0.3% for October, the German Federal Statistical Office said on Tuesday. The rate compares to 0.5% from the previous month, but the annual pace accelerated to 3.3% from...

  • Fed's Williams: Despite good economy, long term issues remain
    Fed's Williams: Despite good economy, long term issues remain
    11/19

    John Williams, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, said on Monday that the United States economy is in a good state, with a strong labor market that is creating a lot of jobs. However, he pointe...

  • US housing market index drops to 60 in November
    US housing market index drops to 60 in November
    11/19

    The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) said on Monday its headline indicator of confidence in housing construction dropped to 60 points in November. The figure marks a decrease from October's measurement of 68.

    The ...

  • Euro area construction output up 2% in September
    Euro area construction output up 2% in September
    11/19

    Seasonally adjusted production in the construction sector rose 2% in the euro area in September compared to the previous month, according to a preliminary report published by Eurostat on Monday. In the whole European Union (EU28), the co...

  • Novak hints at possible output cut in Russia
    Novak hints at possible output cut in Russia
    11/19

    Alexander Novak, minister of energy of Russia, stated on Monday that the decision between the group of states it leads and the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries must be balanced and that it is still in the works. There wi...

  • Kuroda highlights risks to banking sector amid QE
    Kuroda highlights risks to banking sector amid QE
    11/19

    Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Monday that unconventional support from monetary policy warrants monitoring the risk taking by banks in the short run, acknowledging a low interest rate environment compresses profit margins...

  • No-deal Brexit would be detrimental to UK - ECB's Villeroy
    No-deal Brexit would be detrimental to UK - ECB's Villeroy
    11/19

    Francois Villeroy de Galhau, governor of the Bank of France, stated in Tokyo on Monday that a potential no-deal Brexit would not significantly impact the economy of the European Union, but warned that Britain leaving the bloc without an ...

  • Pence warns China tariffs could 'more than double'
    Pence warns China tariffs could 'more than double'
    11/17

    United States Vice President Mike Pence warned China on Saturday that Washington could introduce more tariffs unless Beijing "changes its ways." Pence is taking part in an Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Papu...

  • Fed's Harker unsure about December rate rise
    Fed's Harker unsure about December rate rise
    11/17

    President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia Patrick Harker warned that domestic and global uncertainties could have a negative impact on growth. He cited the evolution of the fiscal policy past tax cuts, as well as trade policy...

  • Xi: Protectionism is 'short-sighted' and 'doomed'
    Xi: Protectionism is 'short-sighted' and 'doomed'
    11/17

    Chinese President Xi Jinping criticized on Saturday protectionism and unilateralism, referring to the ongoing trade war between his country and the United States, but not mentioni...

  • NY Fed Staff Nowcast shows lower Q4 growth
    NY Fed Staff Nowcast shows lower Q4 growth
    11/16

    A regular estimate of the gross domestic product of the United States in real terms, calculated by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, landed at 2.6% on a rounded basis for the three months through the end of the year. The so-called no...