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IFX Gertrude
post Aug 2 2019, 05:07 AM
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European Economics Preview: Eurozone Retail Sales Data Due



Retail sales and producer prices from Eurozone are due on Friday, headlining a light day for the European economic news.

At 2.30 am ET, the Federal Statistical Office is scheduled to issue Swiss inflation figures. Inflation is seen easing to 0.5 percent in July from 0.6 percent in June.

At 3.00 am ET, retail sales data is due from Hungary. Economists expect sales to grow 6 percent on year in June, after rising 2.6 percent in May.

At 4.00 am ET, Italy's Istat publishes industrial production data for June. Economists forecast output to drop 0.3 percent on month, in contrast to a 0.9 percent rise in May.

At 4.30 am ET, IHS Markit releases UK construction Purchasing Managers' survey data for July. The construction PMI is forecast to rise to 46.0 in July from 43.1 in June.

At 5.00 am ET, Eurostat releases euro area retail sales and producer price data. Sales are forecast to grow 0.2 percent on month in June, reversing a 0.3 percent drop in May.

Economists expect producer prices to climb 0.8 percent annually in June after rising 1.6 percent a month ago.

In the meantime, Italy's retail sales data is due for June. Sales had decreased 0.7 percent on month in May.

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post Aug 5 2019, 05:53 AM
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Australia's Service Sector Growth Moderates In July



Australia's service sector growth momentum slowed at the start of the third quarter driven by a weakening trend in new business inflows, data from IHS Markit showed Monday.

The Commonwealth Bank of services business activity index fell to 52.3 in July from 52.6 in June.

The overall sales growth moderated in July as domestic demand conditions softened despite a solid increase in new export business. Further, service related jobs fell at the steepest pace in the series history.

On the price front, data showed that input price inflation was the fastest for nine months driven by greater energy costs. Meanwhile, output price inflation remained moderate in July.

Service providers remained upbeat about longer-term prospects as sentiment towards the year-ahead outlook stayed in positive territory. Reflecting softer expansions in manufacturing and services, the composite output index declined to 52.1 in July from 52.5 in June.

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post Aug 6 2019, 03:35 AM
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Australia Has A$8.036 Billion Trade Surplus In June



Australia posted a merchandise trade surplus of A$8.036 billion in June, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said on Tuesday.

That beat expectations for a surplus of A$6.0 billion and was up from the upwardly revised A$6.173 billion surplus in May (originally A$5.745 billion).

Exports rose A$576 million (1 percent) to A$42,378 million. Non-rural goods rose A$758 million (3 percent). Rural goods fell A$170 million (4 percent) and non-monetary gold fell A$37 million (2 percent). Net exports of goods under merchanting remained steady at A$18 million. Services credits rose A$26 million.

Imports fell A$1,287 million (4 percent) to A$34,342 million. Capital goods fell A$600 million (9 percent), consumption goods fell A$450 million (5 percent) and intermediate and other merchandise goods fell A$366 million (3 percent). Non-monetary gold rose A$132 million (28 percent). Services debits fell A$2 million.

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IFX Gertrude
post Aug 7 2019, 04:50 AM
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The greenback receives a "black mark" from Trump



Last week, the United States announced the introduction of new tariffs on Chinese imports, in response to which China has allowed its national currency to fall to record lows.

Washington's reaction was not slow. The US administration has officially recognized China as a currency manipulator.

"The goal of China's devaluation of the national currency is to gain an unfair competitive advantage in international trade," the US Treasury said.

China has rejected all the accusations against it.

"This stigma is completely inconsistent with the criteria set by the US Treasury for countries engaged in manipulating the exchange rate. Action from the United States is a one-sided and protectionist act that seriously violates international standards. This will have a serious impact on the global economy," according to a statement from the People's Bank of China.

According to analysts, the decision of the US Ministry of Finance to classify China as currency manipulators could lead to the outbreak of a currency war between the two countries.

"The implications of China's recognition of the currency manipulator could be colossal. The United States may use this decision as a pretext for introducing additional unilateral prohibitive duties. This will lead to the closure of all imports from China, " warns professor of Cornell University Esvar Prasad.

It is assumed that if Donald Trump feels that the US economy will slow down against the backdrop of current events, the possibility of conducting currency interventions with the aim of weakening the dollar will again be on the agenda.

Serious pressure on the greenback is currently being exerted by recent expectations that the Fed will aggressively weaken monetary policy.

The probability of a federal funds rate cut by 25 basis points at the September meeting is now estimated at more than 75%. It is noteworthy that a week ago the chances of an additional round of rate cuts were only 60%.

"The US central bank seems to be held hostage by markets for which the expectation of cheap money is the only argument in favor of growth," Raiffeisenbank analysts said.

"There is another important factor - the pressure from the US president, who desperately needs economic growth to be re-elected for a second term and who has been raining tweets on the Fed for more than a year, calling the leadership of the US central bank incompetent and demanding a weaker dollar to win the trade war with China," said MUFG economist Chris Rupkey.

Citigroup believes that if the Federal Reserve cuts rates in an attempt to smooth out the impact of the global GDP slowdown on the US economy, the monetary policy created by protectionism will not solve the problems.

According to Judy Shelton, who was recently nominated by D. Trump as an official of the FOMC, monetary stimulation is more effective for manipulating currencies than for accelerating economic growth. This is again an argument in favor of the fact that by increasing tariffs on Chinese imports, the owner of the White House provokes an escalation of not only trade, but also currency war.

Apparently, the head of the US administration decided to raise rates at the same time both in discussions with the Federal Reserve and with Beijing.

However, for strong EUR/USD growth, just wanting to weaken the greenback is clearly not enough, and buying the euro should be considered only in the event of breaking resistance at 1.133 and 1.137, while a return to support at 1.1175 and 1.112 will create the prerequisites for opening shorts.


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post Aug 8 2019, 05:19 AM
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European Economics Preview: France Business Confidence Data Due



Business confidence from France is due on Thursday, headlining a light day for the European economic news.

At 2.00 am ET, Statistics Norway releases industrial output data for June. Economists forecast production to grow 0.3 percent on month, the same rate as seen in May.

At 2.30 am ET, Bank of France is scheduled to issue business sentiment survey results. The confidence index is forecast to rise to 96 in July from 95 in June. The survey also shows GDP estimate.

At 3.00 am ET, consumer prices and foreign trade figures are due from Hungary. Inflation is expected to remain unchanged at 3.4 percent in July.

At 4.00 am ET, the European Central Bank is slated to issue monthly economic bulletin.

At 5.00 am ET, consumer prices and labor force survey results are due from Greece.

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post Aug 9 2019, 05:47 AM
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European Economics Preview: UK GDP Data Due



Quarterly national accounts from the UK and foreign trade from Germany are due on Friday, headlining a busy day for the European economic news.

At 1.45 am ET, the Swiss jobless data is due from the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs. The unemployment rate is forecast to remain unchanged at 2.3 percent in July.

At 2.00 am ET, Destatis is scheduled to issue Germany's foreign trade data. Exports are forecast to drop 0.1 percent on month in June, in contrast to a 1.1 percent rise in May.

In the meantime, consumer and producer prices are due from Norway. Consumer price inflation is expected to ease marginally to 1.8 percent in July from 1.9 percent in June.

At 2.45 am ET, France's Insee publishes manufacturing output figures for June. Economists expect manufacturing output to fall 1.3 percent on month in June, after rising 1.6 percent in May.

At 4.30 am ET, the Office for National Statistics releases UK GDP, industrial production and foreign trade data. The economy is forecast to remain flat on quarter in the second quarter, after expanding 0.5 percent in the preceding period.



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post Aug 13 2019, 05:11 AM
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Australia NAB Business Conditions Weaken; Sentiment Improves



Australia's business conditions weakened in July reflecting the decrease across most industries, while confidence edged higher, survey data from the National Australia Bank showed Tuesday.

The business conditions index fell 2 points to +2 in July driven by a decline in the employment sub-indicator.

Meanwhile, the business confidence index rose to +4 from +2 a month ago, driven by an improvement across industries. Sentiment remained highest in mining.

The NAB said the business sector has lost significant momentum since early 2018 and forward looking indicators do not point to an improvement in the near term. The lift in confidence following the election appears to have faded with little impact on actual conditions.

According to NAB, both the cut to interest rates and boost to tax rebates is yet to feed into the business sector and that the weakness in the second quarter has persisted into the third quarter.

"With a significant loss of momentum in activity, and inflation indicators remaining weak, the survey points to the need to the need for further stimulus in the economy," Alan Oster, NAB Group chief economist, said.

"Indeed, we expect a further easing in interest rates from the RBA and think that some greater fiscal support will be needed from the government to kickstart growth," Oster added.

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post Aug 14 2019, 04:18 AM
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China's Industrial Output, Retail Sales Growth Slows



China's industrial production and retail sales grew at weaker pace in July, data from the National Bureau of Statistics showed Wednesday.

Industrial output growth eased to 4.8 percent in July from 6.3 percent in June. Output was forecast to expand 6 percent.

Likewise, growth in retail sales slowed to 7.6 percent from 9.8 percent a month ago. This was the weakest growth in three months. The expected pace of growth was 8.6 percent.

During January to July period, fixed asset investment logged an annual growth of 5.7 percent compared to 5.8 percent increase in January to June. The rate was forecast to remain unchanged at 5.8 percent.

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post Aug 15 2019, 03:20 AM
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Australia Unemployment Rate Unchanged At 5.2% In July



The unemployment rate in Australia came in at a seasonally adjusted 5,2 percent in July, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said on Thursday - unchanged from the previous month and in line with expectations.

The Australian economy added 41,100 jobs last month, far surpassing expectations for a gain of 14,000 jobs following the increase of 500 jobs in June.

The participation rate was 66.1 percent, exceeding estimates for 66.0 - which would have been unchanged from the previous month.

Unemployment increased 800 to 712,900 persons.

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post Aug 16 2019, 05:51 AM
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Malaysia's Growth Accelerates In Q2



Malaysia's economic growth accelerated in the second quarter on domestic demand, data from the Bank Negara Malaysia showed Friday.

Gross domestic product grew 4.9 percent year-on-year, faster than the 4.5 percent expansion seen in the first quarter. The rate was forecast to improve to 4.7 percent.

On a quarterly basis, GDP expanded 1 percent versus 1.1 percent increase in the preceding period. Data showed that domestic demand advanced underpinned by household spending and higher private investment.

The current account surplus of the balance of payment remained sizeable at MYR 14.3 billion or 3.9 percent of GNI in the second quarter.

In the second quarter, headline inflation increased 0.6 percent mainly reflecting the lapse in the impact of the GST zerorisation, data showed.



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