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Asian Markets Mostly Lower

Asian stock markets are mostly trading lower on Friday, following a weak lead from Wall Street where traders were reluctant ....

Stocks Close Roughly Flat Ahead Of Greek Referendum - U.S. Commentary

With traders reluctant to make any significant moves going into the long weekend, stocks showed a lack of direction over the ....

Stocks Seeing Modest Weakness In Mid-Day Trading - U.S. Commentary

While selling pressure has remained subdued, stocks have moved modestly lower over the course of the trading day on Thursday. ....

Indian Shares Rise Despite Weak Global Cues

Indian shares rose notably on Friday as disappointing U.S. jobs data pushed back expectations of when the ....

Asian Shares Retreat On Greek Worries, Tepid US Data

Asian stocks closed mostly lower on Friday, with weak commodity prices, tepid U.S. data and worries about the ....

Sensex, Nifty Rise On Tepid US Data

The Indian markets opened higher on Friday and the rupee hit a one-month high in early trade after ....
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China Services Sector Decelerates In June - HSBC



The services sector in China continued to expand in June, but at a slower pace, the latest PMI from HSBC Bank showed on Friday, with a PMI score of 51.8. That's down from 53.5 in May, although it remains above the boom-or-bust line of 50 that separates expansion from contraction. The composite index came in at 50.6, down from 51.2 in the ....
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Dollar Slightly Weaker After June Jobs Growth Falls Short



The dollar is down slightly against all of its major competitors Thursday, following the mixed results of the June employment report. Employment increased by less than expected for the month, but the unemployment rate dropped to the lowest level in 7 years. A closely watched Labor Department report released Thursday morning showed weaker than ....
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Japan Services Sector Continues To Expand - Nikkei



The services sector in Japan continued to expand in June, and at a faster rate, the latest Nikkei Services PMI showed on Friday, with an eight-month high score of 51.8. That's up from 51.5 in May, and it moves further above the boom-or-bust line of 50 that separates expansion from contraction. The composite index came in at 51.5, easing from ....

Tsipras Again Asks Greeks To Vote 'No'

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras again asked his country to say no to austerity in the referendum on Sunday and said that ....

Sweden Services Sector Growth Eases In June

Sweden's services sector expanded at a slower pace in June primarily due to sluggish business volume, survey data from the ....

Sweden Industrial Output Falls Less Than Expected In May

Sweden's industrial production dropped less-than-expected in May after an increase in the previous month, while orders ....

Treasuries Show Moderate Rebound Following Monthly Jobs Data

Following the considerable weakness seen in the previous session, treasuries regained some ground during ....

The Swiss Stock Market Finished In The Green Despite Greek Uncertainty

The Swiss stock market ended Thursday's session in positive territory. The defensive weighting of the market was a source of ....

UK Market Falls, Greece In Focus

The UK market was in negative territory on Friday, amid concerns about Sunday's referendum in Greece, even as Eurozone ....

French Market Modestly Lower As Greek Concerns Weigh

The French market was in negative territory on Friday, amid concerns about Sunday's referendum in Greece, even as Eurozone ....

Obama Touts Plan To Expand Overtime Pay

President Barack Obama traveled to Wisconsin on Thursday to tout his recently announced plan to provide more overtime pay for ....

Most Americans See Confederate Flag As A Symbol Of Southern Pride

A majority of Americans see the Confederate flag as a symbol of Southern pride rather than a symbol of racism, according to ....

Reid Urges GOP To Pass Highway Bill, Reauthorize Export-Import Bank

Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., touted Thursday's monthly jobs report as a sign of economic progress but said his ....

U.S. Factory Orders Fall More Than Expected In May

New orders for U.S. manufactured goods fell by much more than expected in the month of May, according to a report released by ....

U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Unexpectedly Rise To 281,000

While the data was largely overshadowed by the release of the monthly jobs report, the Labor Department also released a ....

U.S. Unemployment Rate Hits Seven-Year Low Amid Smaller Labor Force

A closely watched Labor Department report released Thursday morning showed weaker than expected U.S. job growth in the month ....

India's Private Sector Contracts For First Time Since April 2014

India's private sector contracted for the first time in more than a year in June, survey data from Markit showed ....

South Korea Foreign Reserves Rise In June

South Korea's official foreign reserves increased in June from the previous month, figures from Bank of Korea showed ....

Malaysia's Exports Fall Less Than Expected In May

Malaysia's exports decreased at a slower-than-expected pace in May, figures from the Department of Statistics showed ....
Economic Calendar
Date
Time
Economic Indicator
Period
Actual
Forecast
Previous
Country
07/05/15
22:30
PMI Manufacturing
JUN
47.6
Hong Kong
07/06/15
00:00
Official Foreign Reserves
JUN
€ 9.35 B
Finland
07/06/15
00:00
Official Foreign Reserves
JUN
$ 22.84 B
Austria
07/06/15
00:00
Wholesale Price Index (M-o-M)
JUN
0.8 %
Austria
07/06/15
00:00
Wholesale Price Index (Y-o-Y)
JUN
-2.3 %
Austria
07/06/15
01:00
Coincidence Index
MAY P
111.0
Japan
07/06/15
01:00
Lagging Index
MAY P
125.2
Japan
07/06/15
01:00
Leading Index
MAY P
106.4
Japan
07/06/15
02:00
Factory Orders (M-o-M)
MAY
-0.05 %
1.4 %
Germany
07/06/15
02:00
Factory Orders (Y-o-Y)
MAY
3.1 %
0.5 %
Germany
07/06/15
03:00
Industrial Production (Y-o-Y)
MAY
2.9 %
1.8 %
Spain
07/06/15
03:15
CPI (M-o-M)
JUN
0.2 %
Switzerland
07/06/15
03:15
CPI (Y-o-Y)
JUN
-1.2 %
Switzerland
07/06/15
03:15
CPI - EU Harmonised (M-o-M)
JUN
-0.1 %
0.0 %
Switzerland
07/06/15
03:15
CPI - EU Harmonised (Y-o-Y)
JUN
-1.1 %
-0.9 %
Switzerland
07/06/15
03:30
PMI Construction
JUN
50.8
Germany
07/06/15
04:30
BoE Housing Equity Withdrawal
Q1
£ -13.00 B
UK
07/06/15
04:30
Sentix Investor Confidence
JUL
17.1
Eurozone
07/06/15
06:00
Industrial Production (M-o-M)
MAY
1.8 %
Latvia
07/06/15
06:00
Industrial Production (Y-o-Y)
MAY
10.2 %
Latvia
07/06/15
08:15
Official Foreign Reserves
JUN
$ 77.27 B
Canada
07/06/15
09:45
PMI Composite
JUN F
54.6
56.0
United States
07/06/15
09:45
PMI Services
JUN F
56.2
United States
07/06/15
10:00
ISM Non-Manufacturing New Orders Index
JUN
57.9
United States
07/06/15
10:00
ISM Non-Manufacturing Prices Index
JUN
55.9
United States
07/06/15
10:00
ISM Non-Manufacturing Survey
JUN
56.80
55.7
United States
07/06/15
10:00
Ivey Purchasing Managers Index
JUN
62.3
Canada
07/06/15
19:30
AiG Performance of Construction Index
JUN
47.8
Australia
07/06/15
19:50
Official Foreign Reserves
JUN
$ 1245.8 B
Japan
07/06/15
21:00
Core CPI (Y-o-Y)
JUN
2.2 %
Philippines
07/06/15
21:00
CPI (M-o-M)
JUN
0.1 %
Philippines
07/06/15
21:00
CPI (Y-o-Y)
JUN
1.8 %
1.6 %
Philippines
07/06/15
21:00
PPI (M-o-M)
MAY
-0.1 %
Philippines
07/06/15
21:00
PPI (Y-o-Y)
MAY
-5.4 %
Philippines
07/07/15
00:00
Official Foreign Reserves
JUN
$ 366.65 B
Brazil
07/07/15
00:00
Official Foreign Reserves
JUN
€ 19.38 B
Bulgaria
07/07/15
00:00
Official Foreign Reserves
JUN
€ 128.11 B
France
07/07/15
00:00
Official Foreign Reserves
JUN
$ 110.77 B
Indonesia
07/07/15
00:00
Official Foreign Reserves
JUN
€ 3.05 B
Latvia
07/07/15
00:00
Official Foreign Reserves
JUN
€ 525.0 M
Malta
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