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Consumer-Shopping-112217.jpg Consumer sentiment in the U.S. pulled back by less than initially estimated in the month of November, according to a report released by the University of Michigan on Wednesday. The report said the consumer sentiment index for November was upwardly revised to 98.5 from the preliminary estimate of 97.8.

PhilipHammond-Budget-112217.jpg The UK government set aside an additional GBP 3 billion over the next two years to aid the process of the country's exit from the European Union and slashed the growth forecasts for the next few years mainly due to a significant downward revision to potential productivity growth.

Durablegoodsorders-US-112217.jpg Reflecting a sharp pullback in orders for transportation equipment, the Commerce Department released a report on Wednesday showing an unexpected drop in new orders for U.S. manufactured durable goods in the month of October. The Commerce Department said durable goods orders tumbled by 1.2 percent.

Joblessclaims-US-112217.jpg After reporting an unexpected increase in first-time claims for U.S. unemployment benefits in the previous week, the Labor Department released a report on Wednesday showing a pullback in initial jobless claims in the week ended November 18th.

EEP4-091614_22Nov17.jpg The UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond is set to present his Autumn Budget to Parliament on Wednesday.

trade.jpg 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...

EURUSD3-112117.jpg 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...

Existinghomesales-US-112117.jpg Existing home sales in the U.S. jumped by much more than anticipated in the month of October, according to a report released by the National Association of Realtors on Tuesday. The report said existing home sales surged up by 2.0 percent to an annual rate of 5.48 million in October.

UK-budget-Deficit-112117.jpg The UK budget deficit increased in October due to higher debt costs linked to rising prices, the Office for National Statistics reported Tuesday. Public sector net borrowing, excluding public sector banks, increased by GBP 0.5 billion from the previous year to GBP 8 billion in October. The deficit was forecast to narrow to GBP 7.1 billion.

Centralbank-Australia-110717.jpg 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...

EUR-USD3-112017.jpg The dollar got off to a weak start Monday morning, but has since pared its early losses against its major rivals. The buck is now up against the Euro and the Japanese Yen, but remains down slightly against the British pound. The upcoming Thanksgiving Day holiday on Thursday is likely to keep some...

LeadingIndicatorIndex-112017.jpg With the impact of recent hurricanes dissipating, the Conference Board released a report on Monday showing a much bigger than expected jump by its index of leading U.S. economic indicators in the month of October. The Conference Board said its leading economic index surged up by 1.2 percent.

Draghi-112017.jpg Eurozone's economic recovery remains strong, but inflation is yet to show a sustained upward trend, and the European Central Bank's decision in October to reduce the size of asset purchases and continue them for another nine months will ensure that the economy is supported by the right amount of monetary stimulus, ECB President Mario Draghi said Monday.

ThailandGDP-112017.jpg Thailand's economy grew at the fastest pace in more than four years in the third quarter, largely driven by foreign demand and tourism. Gross domestic product expanded 4.3 percent year-on-year, bigger than the revised 3.8 percent growth posted a quarter ago, data from the National Economic and Social Development Board showed Monday.

japanexports-112510.jpg Japan posted a merchandise trade surplus of 285.385 billion yen in October, the Ministry of Finance said on Monday - down 40.7 percent on year. The headline figure was shy of expectations for a surplus of 330.0 billion yen and was down from 670.17 billion yen in September. Exports climbed 14.0...

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