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Belgium's consumer confidence remained unchanged at a record high in August as households' expectations regarding the economy and the unemployment situation continued to improve, survey data from the National Bank of Belgium showed Monday. The consumer confidence index showed a score of 2 for August,...

The German economy is set to continue strong momentum in the current quarter, Bundesbank said in its monthly report on Monday. The central bank said GDP growth in the current year could even be somewhat stronger than expected in the June projection. The bank had earlier forecast 1.9 percent growth...

Slovenia's output prices continued its rising trend in July, figures from the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia showed Monday. Output prices climbed 2.3 percent year-over-year in July, slightly above the 2.2 percent gain in June. The measure has been increasing since December last year. Prices...

Latvia's producer prices increased for the sixth straight month in July, and at a faster pace than in the previous five months, figures from the Central Statistical Bureau showed Monday. Industrial producer prices climbed 3.6 percent year-on-year in July, faster than the 3.1 percent rise in June....

The Greece current account surplus declined in June from previous year, the Bank of Greece reported Monday. The current account surplus fell to EUR 842.3 million from EUR 909.8 million the previous year. The deficit on goods trade widened to EUR 1.43 billion from EUR 1.41 billion prior year....

British households remained pessimistic about their financial outlook in August, while their financial pressures somewhat softened, results of a survey by IHS Markit and financial information provider Ipsos Mori revealed Monday. The seasonally adjusted Household Finance Index, or HFI, rose to 43.5...

Switzerland's money supply growth remained stable in July, the Swiss National Bank said Monday. The broad monetary aggregate M3 grew 4 percent year-on-year in July, the same rate as seen in June. At the same time, the annual growth in the narrow measure M1 eased to 6.3 percent from 6.7 percent in the previous month.

Estonia's producer prices increased at a faster pace in July, figures from Statistics Estonia showed Monday. The producer price index rose 4.1 percent year-over-year in July, following a 3.3 percent rise in June. The price index for the utility sector grew the most by 8.3 percent annually in July,...

The average asking price for a house in the United Kingdom was down 0.9 percent on month in August, property tracking website Rightmove said on Monday - slipping 2,758 pounds. That follows the 0.1 percent increase in July. On a yearly basis, house prices climbed 3.1 percent, up from 2/8 percent...

Poland's industrial production declined more than expected in July on sharp reduction in manufacturing, data from the Central Statistical Office revealed Friday. At the same time, producer price inflation accelerated in July, the statistical office said in a separate communique. Industrial production...

Eurozone industry is undergoing a cautious recovery and an actual improvement in the current trend of production is yet to happen, Bert Colijn, a senior economist at ING, said. Industrial production dropped 0.6 percent monthly in June, reversing a 1.2 percent rise in May, data from Eurostat showed...

Portugal's producer price inflation eased for the fourth consecutive month in July, figures from Statistics Portugal showed Friday. Industrial producer prices climbed 2.2 percent year-over-year in July, slower than the 2.8 percent increase in June. The measure has been rising since December 2016. Excluding...

Italy's current account surplus increased in June from a year ago, data from the Bank of Italy showed Friday. The current account surplus climbed to EUR 5.26 billion in June from EUR 4.04 billion in the corresponding month last year. The surplus on trade in goods fell to EUR 5.21 billion in June...

Eurozone construction output decreased for the second straight month in June, Eurostat reported Friday. Construction output declined 0.5 percent month-on-month in June, bigger than the 0.2 percent decrease seen in May. The 0.5 percent decline was caused by a 0.5 percent fall in civil engineering...

The euro area current account surplus declined to the lowest in nearly three years in June, the European Central Bank said Friday. The current account surplus fell to EUR 21.2 billion in June from EUR 30.5 billion in May. This was the lowest level since August 2014. The surplus on trade in goods...

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