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Category: U.K. & Eurozone
Still very much reiterating the message of the previous data, the September flash PMIs suggest that economic activity in the Eurozone is still contracting and on a broad basis geographically…
Equities: Mostly Lower. Bonds: Europe Mostly Higher, Japan Lower. Currencies: Slightly Stronger Yen. Germany: ZEW Mixed. United Kingdom: Inflation Corrects Back. Australia: Further Policy Easing?
Surprising positively once again, claimant count unemployment actually fell further and slightly more clearly in August, and with the drop of 15 000 also being the second fall in succession…
Very much exceeding what were clearly depressed expectations, July industrial production jumped back 1.3% M/M, more than unwinding the pared back drop of 0.4% seen in the previous month.
Surprising to the upside very clearly, July manufacturing output jumped 3.2% M/M, more than unwinding the little-revised slump of 2.9% seen in the previous month.
The ECB Council kept all its rates on hold after its September council meeting. As a result, record lows remain in place in regard to the refi rate (at 0.75%) and the deposit rate (at read more
Surprising most, the Riksbank cut its key repo rate by 25 bp to 1.25% after its latest Board meeting. This unexpected cut came after stable policy decisions at both the April and July meetings but read more