Shop prices in the United Kingdom fell 1.9 percent on year in September, the British Retail Consortium said on Wednesday.
That follows the 1.4 percent yearly decline in August.
Prices were also down 0.4 percent on month as the deflation trend continues.
The construction sector in Australia continued to expand in September, albeit at a slower pace, the latest survey from the Australian Industry Group showed on Wednesday with a Performance of Construction Index score of 51.9.
That's down from 53.8 in August, although it remains well above the boom-or-bust...
Global growth remains 'moderate and uneven' amid the modest pick-up in advanced economies and the slowdown in emerging markets, and the more pronounced downside risks call for policy action to boost economic expansion, the International Monetary Fund said, as it cut its world growth forecasts for this year and next.
Mexico consumer confidence strengthened slightly in September after weakening in the previous two months, figures from the statistical office INEGI showed Tuesday.
The consumer confidence index rose to 90.6 from August's 90.4, which was the lowest since February. Economists had expected a higher...
With exports falling and imports rising, the Commerce Department released a report on Tuesday showing that the U.S. trade deficit widened significantly in the month of August.
With imports rising and exports falling, the Commerce Department released a report on Tuesday showing that the U.S. trade deficit widened significantly in the month of August.
Poland's central bank left its key interest rate unchanged at a record low for yet another session, amid the uncertain outlook for economic growth and inflation due to the possibility of a severe slowdown in China and renewed fall in commodity prices.
The Monetary Policy Council of the National Bank...
New Zealand business confidence declined in the third quarter to its lowest since March 2011, the latest survey of business opinion from the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research showed Tuesday.
A net 9 percent of businesses expect deterioration in the New Zealand economy over the coming months....
U.K. house prices dropped at the fastest pace in more than a year in September, survey data from the Lloyds Banking Group's Halifax division revealed Tuesday. House prices slid 0.9 percent month-on-month in September, confounding expectations for a gain of 0.1 percent. This was the biggest fall since April 2014, when prices slid 1.3 percent.
NOTE: We had carried an incorrect story on South Africa business confidence earlier. The recast version follows:
South Africa's business confidence worsened for the second straight month in September to the lowest level in more than two decades, survey figures from the South African Chamber of Commerce...
The corrected version to follow shortly
German industrial orders unexpectedly declined for a second straight month in August, as holidays damped domestic demand, while the sharp drop in non-EU bookings suggested that exports are likely to be weak in coming months and that companies in the biggest Eurozone economy are increasingly hurt by the weakness in the emerging markets, especially China.
Cyprus' EU measure of inflation decreased at a stable pace in September, figures from the Statistical Service showed Tuesday.
The harmonized index of consumer prices fell 1.9 percent year-over-year in September, the same rate of decline as in the prior month. Prices have been falling since December...
Corrects headline and intro
Britons' housing equity injections decreased in the second quarter to its lowest level since early 2012, data from the Bank of England revealed Tuesday.
Households injected GBP 10.9 billion versus GBP 12.07 billion in the prior quarter. This was the lowest since the...
U.K. car registrations reached its highest-ever September level, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders said Tuesday.
Registrations increased 6 percent from last year as it is traditionally one of the biggest months of the year.
About 462,517 cars were registered in September as buyers...