Actual: - 0.7% Forecast: 0.3% Previous: 0.9%
Actual: 53.2 Forecast: 53.5 Previous: 53.8
Actual: 54.7 Forecast: 54.9 Previous: 54.9
Actual: 10.68 % Forecast: 10.20 % Previous: 9.79 %
Eurozone Service PMI will be published today and it is expected to stay 54.9 in August as the same as a month ago. Another important data that will provide a hint about growth performance in peripheral Europe is retail sales to be announced today. Retail sales growth (YoY) is expec...
In Turkey, CPI inflation will be the main market mover of today. Market consensus for August inflation is 0.15% which stands for 10.20% in y-o-y terms. July inflation was 9.79%. There is no consensus for PPI inflation, however, it will be quite important as cost push factors have carried domestic...
The central bank maintained that an unchanged policy rate at 1.50 %, as expected. It is still worried about the sustainability of growth and, above all, about Australian consumers enormous debt levels. It judged that unchanged rates were consistent with its growth and inflation targets.
Actual: 2.0% Forecast: 2.2% Previous: 2.5%
Actual: 51.1 Forecast: 52.0 Previous: 51.9
This week is significant for the Euro. The main question is that ‘Will ECB hold on QE until December?’ We will follow the ECB meeting on Thursday which the bank is expected to make some type of statement regarding their stance with Quantitative Easing (QE). The current program is set...
Investors turned to haven assets after North Korea’s dictatorship tested a nuclear bomb on Sunday, sending the Yen and Gold higher. U.S. President Trump threatened to increase economic sanctions and halt trade with any nation doing business with Kim Jong Un regime, and his defense...
September 4th, Labour Day is holiday in US and Canada, The economic agenda is not so busy today. In the UK, Construction PMI for August will be announced and is expected to rise slightly to 52 from 51.9 a month ago. Any weakening in the index would be considered negative...
U.S. job creation and wage inflation miss forecasts in August. The US Economy added fewer employees than expected, and the jobless rate and wages rose less than forecast.
Actual: 0.1 % Forecast: 0.2 % Previous: 0.3 %
Actual: 4.4 % Forecast: 4.3 % Previous: 4.3 %
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