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IFX Yvonne
post Dec 2 2019, 08:28 AM
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Ireland Manufacturing Sector Deteriorates In November



Ireland's manufacturing sector contracted in November, survey data from IHS Markit showed on Monday.

The seasonally adjusted AIB factory Purchasing Managers' Index, or PMI, fell to 49.7 in November from 50.7 in October. However, any reading below 50 indicates contraction in the sector.

Inflows of total new business increased in November but the rate of expansion eased slightly from the previous month, while export sales declined further.

Employment fell for the first time since September 2016 and stocks of finished goods increased for the sixth month in a row.

Purchasing activity fell in November for the sixth time in the past seven months amid a decline in per-production inventories.

Backlogs decreased further in November, with the rate of backlog depletion quickened from October.

Input price inflation was the sharpest in seven months, while the rate of output charge inflation eased in November.

Sentiment among manufacturers improved to the highest level in five months in November, the survey showed.




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post Dec 3 2019, 03:36 AM
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Australia Rate Decision On Tap For Tuesday



The Reserve Bank of Australia will on Tuesday wrap up its monetary policy meeting and then announce its decision on interest rates, highlighting a modest day for Asia-Pacific economic activity. The central bank is widely expected to keep its benchmark lending rate unchanged at the record low 0.75 percent.

Australia also will see Q3 numbers for current account; in the three months prior, the current account surplus was A$5.9 billion.

Japan will provide November numbers for monetary base; in October, the base was up 3.1 percent on year.

Thailand will release November numbers for consumer and producer prices. In October, overall consumer prices were down 0.16 percent on month and up 0.7 percent on year, while core CPI rose 0.04 percent on month and 0.4 percent on year. Producer prices fell 0.4 percent on month and 2.5 percent on year.

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post Dec 4 2019, 02:16 AM
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Hong Kong PMI Continues To Tumble - IHH



Hong Kong's private sector continued to contract in November, and at a faster pace, the latest survey from IHH revealed on Wednesday with a 16-year low PMI score of 38.5.

That's down from 39.3 in October and it moves further beneath the boom-or-bust line that separates expansion from contraction.

The November reading saw the sharpest decline in business activity in survey history, while the fall in new business was the sharpest since 2008. Business confidence remained close to a record low.

Political unrest continued to disrupt the functioning of businesses, according to survey respondents.

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post Dec 5 2019, 04:58 AM
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Australia Trade Balance Data Due On Thursday



Australia will on Thursday release October numbers for trade balance and retail sales, highlighting a modest day for Asia-Pacific economic activity.

The trade balance is expected to show a surplus of A$6.50 billion, down from A$7.180 billion in September. Retail sales are called higher by 0.3 percent, up from 0.2 percent in the previous month.

New Zealand will provide Q3 numbers for the volume of all building, with forecasts suggested to show an increase of 1.0 percent on quarter following the 1.5 percent contraction in the three months prior. South Korea will see October results for current account; in September, the surplus was $66.89 billion.

The Philippines will release November numbers for consumer prices and Q3 data for unemployment. In October, inflation was up 0.2 percent on month and 0.8 percent on year, while core CPI was up 2.6 percent on year. The jobless rate in Q2 was 5.4 percent, with a participation rate of 62.1 percent.

Finally, the markets in Thailand are closed on Thursday in observance of late king Bhumibol's birthday and will re-open on Friday.

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post Dec 6 2019, 01:23 AM
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Dollar Exhibits Weakness Against Most Rivals



The U.S. dollar was mostly subdued against major currencies on Thursday, amid a slew of economic data from across the globe and as traders awaited the outcome of the OPEC meet in Vienna.

Conflicting reports on U.S.-China trade front weighed as well on the U.S. currency.

Data from the Commerce Department showed U.S. trade deficit narrowed to $47.2 billion in October from a revised $51.1 billion in September. Economists had expected the trade deficit to narrow to $48.7 billion from the $52.5 billion originally reported for the previous month.

The lower deficit was due to a 1.7% drop in imports at $254.3 billion. Exports were down 0.2% to $207.1 billion in October.

Another report from the Commerce Department said new orders for U.S. manufactured goods increased in line with economist estimates in the month of October, rising by 0.3% after falling by a revised 0.8% in September.

Economists had expected orders to rise by 0.3% compared to the 0.6% drop originally reported for the previous month.

Orders for durable goods climbed by 0.5% compared to the previously reported 0.6% increase, while orders for non-durable goods came in unchanged.

Data from the Labor Department showed initial jobless claims slipped to 203,000 in the week ended November 30th, a decrease of 10,000 from the previous week's unrevised level of 213,000. The drop came as a surprise to economists, who had expected jobless claims to inch up to 215,000.

The dollar index opened at 97.59 and eased to a low of 97.36 a little past noon. It edged up to 97.44 subsequently but dropped to 97.39 later on, losing about 0.28%.

Against the Euro, the dollar was down at $1.1106, retreating from $1.1078.

The Eurozone economy grew as initially estimated in the third quarter, revised data from Eurostat showed. Gross domestic product grew 0.2% from the second quarter, when the economy expanded at the same rate.

On a yearly basis, GDP growth came in at 1.2%, in line with the previous estimate and the second quarter growth.

The pound sterling was stronger by more than 0.4% with a unit of sterling fetching $1.3163, as against $1.3098 earlier in the session.

Against the Japanese Yen, the dollar was stronger at 108.79, compared to previous close of 108.65 yen a dollar.

The loonie was up notably with the dollar-loonie pair at 1.3175. Canada's trade deficit narrowed to C$1.08 billion in October 2019 from an upwardly revised C$ 1.23 billion in September. Economists had expected a trade deficit of C$1.37 billion.

Against the Aussie, the dollar was gaining in strength with the pair trading at 0.6835.

The Swiss franc was up 0.1% against the dollar, with the dollar-franc pair at 0.9875.

Traders were also reacting to news that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., has asked the chairmen of the House committees investigating President Donald Trump to proceed with articles of impeachment.

Pelosi accused Trump of abusing his power for his own benefit by withholding military aid from Ukraine in exchange for an announcement of an investigation into his political rival, former Vice President Joe Biden.

On the trade front, a Wall Street Journal report indicates the U.S. and China are at odds over the size of Chinese agricultural purchases.


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post Dec 9 2019, 08:22 AM
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Japan GDP Revised To 1.8% In Q3





Japan's gross domestic product was bumped all the way up to a seasonally adjusted annualized 1.6 percent in the third quarter of 2019, the Cabinet Office said in Monday's revision.

That was a sharp upward move from the 0.2 percent gain originally reported last month for Q3.

On a seasonally adjusted quarterly basis, GDP was moved up to 0.4 percent from 0.1 percent in the preliminary reading.

Nominal GDP was knocked up to 0.6 percent on quarter from 0.3 percent, while the GDP deflator was unrevised at 0.6 percent.




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post Dec 10 2019, 03:36 AM
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Australia House Prices Climb 2.4% In Q3



Residential property prices in Australia were up 2.4 percent on quarter in the third quarter of 2019, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said on Tuesday.

That beat expectations for an increase of 1.5 percent following the 0.7 percent decline in the second quarter.

On a yearly basis, house prices fell 3.7 percent - again topping forecasts for a decline of 4.6 percent following the 7.4 percent tumble in the three months prior.

House prices were up in Sydney (+3.6 percent), Melbourne (+3.6 percent), Brisbane (+0.7 percent) and Hobart (+1.3 percent), and fell in Perth (-1.2 percent), Adelaide (-0.3 percent), Canberra (-0.5 percent) and Darwin (-1.2 percent) this quarter.

Prices fell in Darwin (-5.4 percent), Sydney (-4.6 percent), Perth (-4.6 percent), Melbourne (-3.5 percent), Brisbane (-2.6 percent), Canberra (-1.4 percent) and Adelaide (-1.0 percent), and rose in Hobart (+2.1 percent) over the last twelve months.

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post Dec 11 2019, 02:58 AM
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Japan Producer Prices Rise 0.2% On Month In November



Producer prices in Japan were up 0.2 percent on month in November, the Bank of Japan said on Wednesday.

That beat expectations for an increase of 0.1 percent following the 1.1 percent drop in October.

On a yearly basis, producer prices added 0.1 percent - again exceeding expectations for a flat reading following the 0.4 percent decline in the previous month.

Export prices were up 0.2 percent on month and down 5.9 percent on year, the bank said, while import prices rose 0.2 percent on month and tumbled 11.2 percent on year.

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Japan Core Machine Orders Tumble 6.0% In October



The total value of core machine orders in Japan was down a seasonally adjusted 6.0 percent on month in October, the Cabinet Office said on Thursday - coming in at 798.8 billion yen.

That missed forecasts for an increase of 0.7 percent following the 2.9 percent decline in September.

On a yearly basis, core machine orders sank 6.1 percent - again missing expectations for a drop of 1.9 percent following the 5.1 percent jump in the previous month.

The total value of machinery orders received by 280 manufacturers operating in Japan increased by 5.2 percent on month in October.

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BoJ Tankan Survey On Tap For Friday



The Bank of Japan will on Friday see Q4 results for its quarterly Tankan Survey of business sentiment, highlighting a modest day for Asia-Pacific economic activity.

The large manufacturers index is expected to see a score of +3, down from +5 in Q3. The outlook is expected to rise to +4 from +2. All industry capex is expected to add 6.0 percent in Q4, slowing from 6.6 percent in the previous three months.

Japan also will see final October figures for industrial production, with the previous reading suggesting a decline of 4.2 percent on month and 7.4 percent on year.

Hong Kong will release Q3 figures for industrial production; in Q2, production was down 0.7 percent on quarter and up 0.4 percent on year.

Malaysia will provide September numbers for unemployment; in August, the jobless rate was 3.3 percent and the participation rate was 68.7 percent.

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