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Portugal's consumer confidence weakened for the first time in three months in September, while business confidence improved further, survey data from Statistics Portugal showed on Tuesday. The consumer confidence indicator eased to -26.3 from -26 in August. The index rebounded after hitting a low... Read more...

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Eurozone economic confidence index reached a six-month high in September driven by waning pessimism in industry, retail trade, construction and services, survey data from the European Commission showed Tuesday. The economic confidence index rose to 91.1 in September from 87.5 in August. This was the highest score since March and above economists' forecast of 89.0. Read more...

Vietnam's economy expanded at a faster pace in the third quarter but remained below pre-pandemic level, official data showed Tuesday. Gross domestic product rose 2.62 percent on yearly basis in the third quarter, following a revised 0.39 percent rise in the second quarter. During January to September,... Read more...

Germany's consumer prices declined in September largely due to the reduction in the value added tax, flash estimate from Destatis showed Tuesday. Consumer prices dropped 0.2 percent on a yearly basis after staying flat in August. Prices were expected to drop 0.1 percent. Month-on-month, consumer... Read more...

Turkish consumer confidence increased for a fifth straight month in September, survey data from the statistical office Turkstat showed on Tuesday. The economic sentiment indicator rose to 88.5 from 85.9 in August. The index has climbed in every month after hitting a low in April. A reading above... Read more...

Hungary's quarterly unemployment rate eased for the first time in eight months in August, the Hungarian Central Statistical Office showed on Tuesday. The jobless rate dropped to 4.6 percent from 4.8 percent in the three months to July. The number of unemployed fell by 57,500 persons to 214,400... Read more...

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Singapore producer prices declined at a faster pace in August on a sharp fall in oil cost, data from the Department of Statistics showed Tuesday. Producer prices decreased 9.3 percent on a yearly basis in August, following a 6.4 percent drop in July. Oil and non-oil indices were down 35.6 percent... Read more...

Overall consumer prices in the Tokyo area were up 0.2 percent on year in September, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications said on Tuesday. That was shy of expectations for an increase of 0.3 percent, which would have been unchanged from the August reading. Core CPI, which excludes... Read more...

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Industrial output in South Korea fell a seasonally adjusted 0.7 percent on month in August, Statistics Korea said on Tuesday - beating forecasts for a decline of 1.5 percent following the 1.6 percent increase in July. On a yearly basis, industrial production sank 3.0 percent - missing expectations... Read more...

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Sweden's economic confidence strengthened further in September as sentiment improved in all industries except construction, monthly data from the National Institute of Economic Research, or NIER, showed Tuesday. The economic tendency indicator rose to 94.5 in September from 87.6 in the previous month. The... Read more...

Spain's consumer price inflation remained negative for the sixth straight month in September, preliminary data from the statistical office INE showed Tuesday. Another report from the statistical office showed that retail sales continued to fall in August but the pace of decline slowed further. Consumer... Read more...

UK mortgage approvals increased to the highest level in nearly 13 years in August as the housing market gained momentum after the easing of lockdown measures and stamp duty reduction, data published by the Bank of England showed Tuesday. The number of mortgages approved for house purchases increased... Read more...

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Time (et)
Economic Indicator
Period
Actual
Forecast
Previous
Country
Tuesday ,Sep.29
PPI (M-o-M)
AUG
3.28 %
 
3.22 %
Brazil
PPI (Y-o-Y)
AUG
10.80 %
 
7.28 %
Brazil
02:45
Consumer Confidence Index
SEP
95
 
95 (R)
France
03:00
CPI (M-o-M)
SEP P
0.2 %
 
0.0 %
Spain
03:00
CPI (Y-o-Y)
SEP P
-0.4 %
 
-0.5 %
Spain
03:00
CPI - EU Harmonised (Y-o-Y)
SEP P
-0.6 %
 
-0.6 %
Spain
03:00
Retail Sales (Y-o-Y)
AUG
-4.6 %
 
-3.7 %
Spain
05:00
Consumer Confidence Index
SEP
-13.9
 
-14.7
Eurozone
05:00
Industrial Confidence Index
SEP
-11.1
 
-12.8 (R)
Eurozone
05:00
Services Confidence Index
SEP
-11.1
 
-17.2
Eurozone
08:00
CPI (M-o-M)
SEP P
-0.2 %
0 %
-0.1 %
Germany
08:00
CPI (Y-o-Y)
SEP P
-0.2 %
0 %
0.0 %
Germany
08:00
CPI - EU Harmonised (Y-o-Y)
SEP P
-0.4 %
 
-0.1 %
Germany
08:30
Raw Materials Price Index (Y-o-Y)
AUG
-7.6 %
 
-12.1 %
Canada
08:30
Industrial Product Price (Y-o-Y)
AUG
-2.3 %
 
-2.4 (R) %
Canada
09:00
S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index
JUL
221.64
 
219.82
United States
10:00
Consumer Confidence Index
SEP
101.8
94
86.3 (R)
United States
19:50
Industrial Production (M-o-M)
AUG P
 
2 %
8.7 %
Japan
19:50
Industrial Production (Y-o-Y)
AUG P
 
-11.5 %
-15.5 %
Japan
19:50
Large Retailers' Sales
AUG
 
 
-4.2 %
Japan
19:50
Retail Trade (Y-o-Y)
AUG
 
-1.8 %
-2.8 %
Japan
21:30
M3 Money Supply (M-o-M)
AUG
 
 
0.9 %
Australia
21:30
M3 Money Supply (Y-o-Y)
AUG
 
 
10.8 %
Australia
21:45
PMI Manufacturing
SEP
 
 
53.1
China
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