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Major Averages Climb To New Record Closing Highs - U.S. Commentary

After ending the previous session modestly higher, stocks showed a significant move to the upside during trading on Tuesday. ....

Stocks See Further Upside, Reaching New Record Highs - U.S. Commentary

After moving mostly higher early in the session, stocks have seen some further upside over the course of the trading day on ....

Nasdaq, S&P 500 Climb To New Record Intraday Highs - U.S. Commentary

Stocks have moved mostly higher in morning trading on Tuesday, adding to the gains posted in the previous session. With the ....

Japanese Market Rises

The Japanese stock market is rising on Wednesday following the overnight cues from Wall Street where stocks ....

Australian Market Extends Gains

The Australian stock market is extending gains on Wednesday from the previous session following the record ....

Japanese Market Notably Higher

The Japanese stock market is notably higher on Tuesday, following the overnight gains on Wall Street and a ....
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Australia Q3 Construction Work Done Soars 15.7%



The value of total construction work in Australia done in the third quarter of 2017 surged a seasonally adjusted 15.7 percent on quarter in the third quarter of 2017, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said on Wednesday - coming in at A$61.863 billion. The headline figure blew away forecasts for a decline of 2.3 percent following the 9.3 ....
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Dollar Little Changed After Early Gains Erode



The dollar got off to a positive start against its major rivals Tuesday, but has since pared its early gains and is now nearly flat on the day. Economic data remained on the light side this morning and the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday seems to have some investors away from their desks. Traders are also looking forward to the release of the ....
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RBA Minutes: Australia's Economic Recovery Still On Track



Members of the Reserve Bank of Australia's Monetary Policy Board said that the outlook for the country's economy continued to be more or less on track, minutes from the bank's November 7 meeting revealed on Tuesday. The members acknowledged that gross domestic product has been slightly weaker than expected - and while not dramatically so, it's ....

Belgium Consumer Confidence Eases In November

Belgium consumer confidence weakened for the first time in five months in November as households economic expectations ....

Hungary Central Bank Leaves Rates Unchanged For Second Month

Hungary's central bank held its interest rates steady for a second straight month on Tuesday, The Monetary Council of the ....

UK Manufacturing Order Growth Strongest Since 1988: CBI

UK total orders grew the most since 1988 and export order books reached the joint highest level in more than 20 years in ....

Treasuries Close Slightly Higher But Off Best Levels

After failing to sustain an initial move to the upside, treasuries pulled back near the unchanged line over ....

Treasuries Close Modestly Lower After Seeing Initial Strength

Treasuries turned modestly lower over the course of the trading session on Monday after showing an initial ....

The Swiss Stock Market Rose To A New Multi-Year High

The Swiss stock market rose again Tuesday, adding to yesterday's gains. The increase drove the market to its highest level ....

CAC 40 Marginally Higher In Cautious Trade

French shares were little changed in cautious trade on Tuesday as German political impasse continued and investors awaited ....

European Markets Rise Again In Cautious Trade

The European markets ended Tuesday's session in the green, adding to the modest gains of the previous session. Traders remain ....

Trump Speaks To Putin About Syria, North Korea

President Donald Trump spoke by phone Tuesday with Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss various international hot ....

FCC Chairman Announces Plan To Repeal Net Neutrality Rules

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai has announced plans to repeal the net neutrality rules implemented under ....

New Analysis Finds House Tax Bill Would Add $1.3 Trillion To Debt

Reflecting expectations the House Republican tax reform bill would provide a relatively modest boost to economic growth, a ....

U.S. Existing Home Sales Jump More Than Expected In October

Existing home sales in the U.S. jumped by much more than anticipated in the month of October, according to a report released ....

Youth Unemployment Likely To Rise In 2018: ILO

Overall economic growth continues to be disconnected from employment growth, and economic instability threatens to reverse ....

U.S. Leading Economic Index Jumps Much More Than Expected In October

With the impact of recent hurricanes dissipating, the Conference Board released a report on Monday showing a much bigger than ....

RBA Chief Says No Strong Case For Near-Term Policy Adjustment

There is not a strong case for a near-term adjustment in monetary policy given the continuing spare capacity in the economy ....

Japan Supermarket Sales Fall In October

Japan's supermarket sales continue to fall in October, data from the Chain Store Association showed Tuesday. Supermarket ....

Youth Unemployment Likely To Rise In 2018: ILO

Overall economic growth continues to be disconnected from employment growth, and economic instability threatens to reverse ....
Economic Calendar
Date
Time
Economic Indicator
Period
Actual
Forecast
Previous
Country
11/21/17
Monetary Policy Meeting
-
-
Poland
11/21/17
Monetary Policy Meeting
-
-
Hungary
11/21/17
Monetary Policy Meeting
-
-
South Africa
11/21/17
Exports
SEP
€ 23.26 B
€ 19.24 (R) B
Spain
11/21/17
Imports
SEP
€ 25.41 B
€ 22.46 (R) B
Spain
11/21/17
Trade Balance
SEP
€ -2.15 B
€ -3.23 (R) B
Spain
11/21/17
Capital Account Balance - BoP
SEP
€ 171.05 M
€ 136.14 M
Portugal
11/21/17
Current Account Balance - BoP
SEP
€ 217.55 M
€ 973.2 M
Portugal
11/21/17
Financial Account Balance - BoP
SEP
€ 98.52 M
€ 1191.1 M
Portugal
11/21/17
Industrial Production (M-o-M)
OCT
-1.0 %
-0.3 %
Lithuania
11/21/17
Industrial Production (Y-o-Y)
OCT
3.6 %
7.7 %
Lithuania
11/21/17
Manufacturing Production (M-o-M)
OCT
-1.4 %
0.0 %
Lithuania
11/21/17
Manufacturing Production (Y-o-Y)
OCT
3.8 %
7.6 %
Lithuania
11/21/17
Official Foreign Reserves
SEP
$ 795.68 M
$ 792.30 M
Switzerland
11/21/17
M3 Money Supply (M-o-M)
OCT
0.4 %
-0.1 %
Switzerland
11/21/17
M3 Money Supply (Y-o-Y)
OCT
4.1 %
4.3 (R) %
Switzerland
11/21/17
02:00
Unemployment Rate
OCT
7.3 %
8.0 %
Finland
11/21/17
02:00
Trade Balance
OCT
CHF 2.33 B
CHF 2.82 (R) B
Switzerland
11/21/17
02:00
Imports
OCT
CHF 17.00 B
CHF 15.33 B
Switzerland
11/21/17
02:00
Exports
OCT
CHF 19.33 B
CHF 18.64 B
Switzerland
11/21/17
03:00
Leading Index
SEP
98.4
97.2
South Africa
11/21/17
03:30
CPI (Y-o-Y)
OCT
1.5 %
1.4 %
Hong Kong
11/21/17
04:30
Public Finances (PSNCR)
OCT
£ -3.77 B
£ 11.41 (R) B
UK
11/21/17
04:30
Public Sector Net Borrowing
OCT
£ 7.46 B
£ 6.75 B
£ 4.43 (R) B
UK
11/21/17
04:30
PPI (M-o-M)
OCT
0.3 %
0.1 %
Slovenia
11/21/17
04:30
PPI (Y-o-Y)
OCT
2.3 %
2.3 %
Slovenia
11/21/17
06:00
CBI Monthly Industrial Trends
NOV
17
3.5
-2
UK
11/21/17
08:00
Interest Rate Decision
-
0.90 %
0.9 %
0.90 %
Hungary
11/21/17
08:30
Wholesale Sales (M-o-M)
OCT
-1.2 %
0.3 (R) %
Canada
11/21/17
08:30
Wholesale Sales (Y-o-Y)
OCT
9.9 %
9.9 (R) %
Canada
11/21/17
09:00
CB Coincidence Index
OCT
-2.0 %
0.3 (R) %
India
11/21/17
09:00
CB Leading Index
OCT
-1.2 %
1.7 (R) %
India
11/21/17
09:00
Consumer Confidence Index
NOV
3
4
Belgium
11/21/17
09:30
CB Coincidence Index
OCT
0.1 %
0.1 %
Eurozone
11/21/17
09:30
CB Leading Index
OCT
0.9 %
0.7 %
Eurozone
11/21/17
10:00
Existing Home Sales - Inventories
OCT
1.80 M
1.86 (R) M
United States
11/21/17
10:00
Existing Home Sales - Sales
OCT
5.48 M
5.44 M
5.37 (R) M
United States
11/21/17
10:00
Existing Home Sales - Price
OCT
$ 247.0 K
$ 247.6 (R) K
United States
11/21/17
18:30
Westpac Leading Index (M-o-M)
OCT
0.1 %
0.1 %
Australia
11/21/17
19:30
Consruction Work Done
Q3
15.7 %
-2.7 %
9.3 %
Australia
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