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Retail sales tumbled to 10-month lows in January- US Commerce Department
Sales weighed by cold weather and seasonal adjustments; expected to rebound next month Sales at US retailers shrank 0.8% month-on-month in January, marking the lowest reading in 10 months, primarily weighed down by ... Read more >>
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US Consumer Price Index climbs more than expected in January
Equities plunge, bond yields and the greenback rise as rate cut hopes fade The consumer price index in the US, a measure of prices paid by urban consumers for a basket of goods and services, rose 0.3% month-on-month ... Read more >>
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Home prices surge for the fourth consecutive month - UK Halifax house price index
Property prices rise from a resilient labor market, pullback in inflation, and mortgage ratesThe UK housing market registered its fourth consecutive monthly price increase in January amid falling mortgage rates, cooling ... Read more >>
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US nonfarm payrolls surged in January; dent rate cut hopes in March
December figures revised higher; unemployment rate unchanged for the third straight month Nonfarm payroll employment accelerated in January, signaling the continued resilience of the labor market, which will likely ... Read more >>
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PCE price index edged higher in December, but markets remain unhinged on rate cut hopes
Personal consumption expenditures (PCE) rose 0.2% in December from -0.1% the previous month, while they were unchanged at 2.6% annually. Food prices increased by 0.1% and energy by 0.3%, the Commerce Department's Bur ... Read more >>
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The US economy expanded at an annualized pace of 3.3% in the fourth quarter
Gross domestic product slowed from the previous three months but rose more than expectedUS economic growth advanced at an annual pace of 3.3% in the fourth quarter of 2023, the US Commerce Department's Bureau of Econ ... Read more >>
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Holiday season lifts US retail sales to three-month highs in December
Sales at autos and retailers rose, while it fell at gas stations and health & personal care stores Sales at US retailers rose 0.6% in December, the most since September, amid solid consumer spending, to mark the ... Read more >>
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US headline consumer inflation rises to three-month highs in December
US dollar ends flat, bond yields fall, and equities end mixed on ThursdayConsumer prices rose 0.3% month-on-month in December from 0.2% the previous month and from 3.1% to 3.4% at an annual rate, the most in three months ... Read more >>
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Forex Markets - 2023 Review and Outlook for 2024
The foreign exchange markets are the largest and the most liquid compared to any other asset class in the world, primarily due to large volumes pitched in by various market participants- from retail traders to corporates ... Read more >>
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The US economy added 216,000 jobs in December, beating Street expectations however the unemployment rate and hourly wages remain unchanged
US nonfarm payrolls increased by 216,000 in December, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics reported on Friday. Economists surveyed by Dow Jones expected the payroll number to come in at 170,000, even as October and November ... Read more >>
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US stock markets- 2023 performance review and outlook for 2024
After an uncertain start to the year, the US stock markets ended 2023 on a high note, with two of the three major stock indices closing at record highs. If history is any indication of how the previous year's trend a ... Read more >>
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US PCE index falls in November for the first time since April 2020
Equities and bond yields end mixed on Friday; the US dollar slidesConsumer price inflation categorized by the personal consumption expenditures (PCE) fell by minus 0.1% in November, the first drop in more than 31/2 years ... Read more >>
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UK consumer price index slumps to four-month lows in November
Falling food and fuel prices lead the decline; sterling slips against majors on rate cut hopesConsumer inflation in the UK plunged by -0.2% in November, the lowest reading since July, after remaining unchanged the previo ... Read more >>
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US consumer price index ticks higher in November amid high rental costs
Headline inflation climbs 0.1%, while the core rate rises 0.3% month-on-month The seasonally-adjusted consumer price index for all urban consumers (CPI-U) rose 0.1% in November, from 0 the month earlier, the Bureau ... Read more >>
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US nonfarm payroll employment rose more than expected in November
Unemployment rate dipped to four-month lows while wages increased The US economy gained 199,000 jobs in November, up sharply from the 150,000 the previous month and above economists' expectations of 190,000, the ... Read more >>
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The US service sector continued to expand in November - ISM
Non-manufacturing PMI climbs from 5-month lows as business activity gains momentum The US services sector expanded to 52.7% in November from a 5-month low of 51.8% the previous month amid heightened business activit ... Read more >>
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INFLATION FLATTENED IN OCTOBER, FED’S FAVORITE GAUGE SHOWED
Consumer spending, too, slips as high-interest rates reduce demand for goodsThe personal consumption expenditures price index was unchanged in October after rising 0.4% the previous month as the cost of goods and service ... Read more >>
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US industrial output falls in October as UAW strike sinks motor vehicle output
Manufacturing output too falls, while September’s output is revised lowerProduction at US factories fell 0.6% in October amid a slump in motor vehicle output resulting from the United Auto Workers (UAW) strike agai ... Read more >>
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US consumer price index flat in October beats Street expectations
Food and shelter prices rise, while the energy index falls as gasoline prices plungeThe consumer price index (CPI) for all urban consumers (CPI-U), which measures a broad basket of goods and services, was flat last month ... Read more >>
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UK economy stagnated in the third quarter, rose 0.6% year-on-year
Service sector output slips 0.1% while manufacturing output ticks 0.1% higher Economic growth in the UK stagnated in the September 2023 quarter after expanding at a 0.2% pace in the three months to June 2023, partly ... Read more >>
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US job growth slows in October as high-interest rates cool demand for labor
Unemployment rate climbs to 3.9% in October, the highest since January 2022 The US economy added 150,000 jobs in October, around half the jobs created from the downwardly revised 197,000 the previous month, data rel ... Read more >>
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Fed Funds rate unchanged after FOMC pauses interest rate hike in November
Policymakers leave the door open for another rate hike, but markets skepticalThe Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) left interest rates unchanged at 5.25%-5.50% at the end of their two-day monetary policy meeting on We ... Read more >>
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Inflation rose faster than expected in September, Fed’s preferred inflation gauge showed
Headline PCE price index surged 0.4% month-on-month, while core inflation climbed 0.3% US personal consumption expenditures (PCE) price index increased 0.4% in September, unchanged from the previous month but higher ... Read more >>
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US Economy Accelerates In The Third Quarter Amid Solid Consumer Spending
GDP growth jumped to 4.9% in the September quarter from 2.1% in the second quarterThe US real gross domestic product (GDP) expanded at an annual pace of 4.9% in the three months to the end of September 2023 as a shrinkin ... Read more >>
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US retail sales rose 0.7% in September beating Street estimates
Dollar ends flat, stock benchmarks remain mixed, and treasury yields rise following the announcementUS retail sales rose by a solid 0.7% in September, slightly below the upwardly-revised 0.8% in August, as Americans cont ... Read more >>
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US Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose in September amid higher shelter costs
Inflation climbs 0.4% on the month, remains flat at 3.7% y-o-y Seasonally-adjusted consumer price index (CPI) in the US rose 0.4% in September, slightly below the 0.6% increase the previous month, the US Bureau of L ... Read more >>
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US PPI Rose More Than Expected in September as Gasoline Prices Surge
Core prices cool, but simmering inflation remains a concern for the US economyThe US producer price index (PPI) for final demand, which measures the cost of finished goods paid by producers, rose 0.5% month-on-month in S ... Read more >>
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US economy adds 336,000 jobs in September, beats Street estimates
Unemployment rate unchanged at 3.8%, while wage growth slowsUS nonfarm payroll employment spiked by 336,000 in September from an upwardly revised 227,000 the previous month, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) report ... Read more >>
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US Federal Reserve pauses interest rate hike in September
The central bank expects to hike again this year, while it lowered its rate cut forecastThe Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged following its two-day monetary policy meeting but signaled that there would be ano ... Read more >>
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UK retail sales rose 0.4% in August, partly reversing July’s sharp decline
Food and clothing sales drive recovery, while fuel sales fall amid surging pricesRetail sales volumes in the UK climbed 0.4% higher in August, rebounding from the upwardly revised 1.1% decline in July, data published by ... Read more >>
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Risk Warning: Your capital is at risk. Statistically, only 11-25% of traders gain profit when trading Forex and CFDs. The remaining 74-89% of customers lose their investment. Invest in capital that is willing to expose such risks.