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Negative Reaction To Tech Earnings Leads To Sharp Pullback On Wall Street

Following the rebound seen in the previous session, stocks pulled back sharply during trading on Friday. The major averages ....

U.S. Stocks Continue To Post Steep Losses After Early Sell-Off

After moving sharply lower early in the session, stocks continue to see substantial weakness in mid-day trading on Friday. ....

U.S. Stocks Falling Sharply Amid Negative Reaction To Tech Earnings

Stocks have moved sharply lower in morning trading on Friday, more than offsetting the rebound seen in the previous session. ....

Japanese Market Extends Losing Streak

The Japanese stock market is extending losses to a fifth straight session on Friday despite the overnight ....

Australian Market Modestly Higher; AMP Jumps

The Australian stock market is advancing on Friday following the positive cues overnight from Wall Street on ....

Japanese Market Extends Losses Ahead Of BOJ Decision

The Japanese stock market is extending losses from the previous session following the overnight sell-off on ....
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Japan Industrial Output Jumps 4.0% On Month In September



Industrial output in Japan climbed a seasonally adjusted 4.0 percent on month in September, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry said on Friday. That exceeded expectations for a gain of 3.2 percent following the 1.0 percent increase in August. On a yearly basis, industrial production was down 9.0 percent - again beating expectations ....

South Korea Industrial Production Jumps 5.4% On Month In September



Industrial output in South Korea climbed a seasonally adjusted 5.4 percent on month in September, Statistics Korea said on Friday. That beat expectations for an increase of 3.0 percent following the upwardly revised 0.3 percent contraction in August (originally -0.7 percent). On a yearly basis, industrial production jumped 8.0 percent - again ....

Dollar Stays Firm Against Peers



The U.S. Dollar extended its march over most of its peers to yet another session, as rising worries about growth due to the surge in coronavirus infections supported the currency's uptick on Thursday. Data showing a notable expansion in U.S. GDP in the third quarter, and a drop in jobless claims in the week ended October 24th, further supported ....

Eurozone Unemployment Rate Steady At 8.3%

Eurozone unemployment rate was unchanged in September after rising in August, figures from Eurostat showed on Friday. The ....

Eurozone GDP Recovers In Q3

The euro area economy expanded in the third quarter after shrinking for two straight quarters, preliminary flash estimate ....

Eurozone Prices Fall For Third Month

Eurozone's consumer prices declined for a third straight month in October and core inflation held steady, flash estimates ....

Treasuries Extend Yesterday's Move To The Downside

After coming under pressure over the course of the previous session, treasuries saw some further downside ....

Treasuries Move Notably Lower Following Upbeat Economic Data

After ending the previous session nearly unchanged, treasuries showed a notable move to the downside during ....

Seven-Year Note Auction Attracts Below Average Demand

The Treasury Department finished off this week's series of announcements of the results of its long-term ....

Swiss Market Snaps 4-day Losing Streak, Ends Modestly Higher

The Switzerland stock market ended modestly higher on Friday, snapping a four-day losing streak, despite spending much of the ....

FTSE 100 Little Changed In Cautious Trade

U.K. stocks rose slightly on Friday as the pounded surrendered early modest gains on data showing that British business ....

European Stocks Close Higher On Fairly Encouraging Economic Data

After swinging between gains and losses almost right through the day's session, European stocks managed to eke out modest ....

Countdown To US Presidential Election

With only four days remaining for the much-awaited 2020 election, Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden is leading over ....

Walmart Pulls Guns, Ammo Displays In U.S. Stores

Walmart has removed guns and ammunition from its store shelves in the U.S. as a precautionary measure following the unrest in ....

U.S. Personal Income Climbs More Than Expected In September

After reporting a sharp decrease in U.S. personal income in the previous month, the Commerce Department released a report on ....

U.S. GDP Shows Substantial Rebound In The Third Quarter

After reporting a record contraction in U.S. economic activity in the previous quarter, the Commerce Department released a ....

U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Drop More Than Expected

First-time claims for U.S. unemployment benefits fell to their lowest level since before the coronavirus-induced lockdowns in ....

New Zealand Consumer Confidence Improves In October

New Zealand consumer sentiment improved in October after easing for three straight months, survey data from ANZ showed on ....

BoJ Leaves Monetary Policy Unchanged

Japan's central bank maintained its monetary policy easing as widely expected, and raised its growth projections. The ....

Japan Housing Starts Fall Further In September

Japan's housing starts continued to fall sharply in September, data from the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and ....
Economic Calendar
Date
Time
Economic Indicator
Period
Actual
Forecast
Previous
Country
11/01/20
09:45
PMI Manufacturing
OCT
52.25
53.0
China
11/01/20
18:30
AiG Performance of Mfg Index
OCT
46.7
Australia
11/01/20
20:01
PMI Manufacturing
OCT
50.0
Ireland
11/01/20
20:30
PMI Manufacturing
OCT
54
55.2
Taiwan
11/01/20
20:30
PMI Manufacturing
OCT
51.5
49.8
South Korea
11/01/20
20:30
PMI Manufacturing
OCT
53
52.2
Vietnam
11/01/20
20:30
PMI Manufacturing
OCT
50
49.9
Thailand
11/01/20
20:30
PMI Manufacturing
OCT
47
49.0
Malaysia
11/01/20
20:30
PMI Manufacturing
OCT
49
47.2
Indonesia
11/01/20
20:30
PMI Manufacturing
OCT
50
50.1
Philippines
11/02/20
Official Foreign Reserves
OCT
€ 37.95 B
Romania
11/02/20
CPI (M-o-M)
OCT
-0.05 %
Indonesia
11/02/20
CPI (Y-o-Y)
OCT
1.5 %
1.42 %
Indonesia
11/02/20
Core CPI (M-o-M)
OCT
0.13 %
Indonesia
11/02/20
Core CPI (Y-o-Y)
OCT
1.86 %
Indonesia
11/02/20
Unemployment Rate
OCT
8.4 %
Austria
11/02/20
00:30
Interest Rate Decision
-
0.25 %
Australia
11/02/20
01:00
PMI Manufacturing
OCT
55
56.8
India
11/02/20
02:30
PMI Manufacturing
OCT
56
55.3
Sweden
11/02/20
02:30
RBA Commodity Index (Y-o-Y)
OCT
-5.8 %
Australia
11/02/20
03:00
PPI (Y-o-Y)
SEP
3.6 %
Hungary
11/02/20
03:00
PMI Manufacturing
OCT
50
50.8
Poland
11/02/20
03:00
PMI Manufacturing
OCT
52.5
Netherland
11/02/20
03:00
PMI Manufacturing
OCT
52
52.8
Turkey
11/02/20
03:15
PMI Manufacturing
OCT
50.5
50.8
Spain
11/02/20
03:30
PMI Manufacturing
OCT
50.2
50.7
Czech Republic
11/02/20
03:30
SVME - Purchasing Manager Index
OCT
53.5
53.1
Switzerland
11/02/20
03:45
PMI Manufacturing
OCT
50
53.2
Italy
11/02/20
04:00
PMI Manufacturing
OCT
50.0
Greece
11/02/20
04:00
PMI Manufacturing
OCT
51
50.3
Norway
11/02/20
04:00
PMI Manufacturing
OCT F
54.4
53.7
Eurozone
11/02/20
04:00
PMI Manufacturing
OCT
48.5
Hungary
11/02/20
04:30
Retail Sales (Y-o-Y)
SEP
-12.5 %
-13.4 %
Hong Kong
11/02/20
04:30
PMI Manufacturing
OCT F
51.3
54.1
UK
11/02/20
07:00
Industrial Production (Y-o-Y)
OCT
3.0 %
Portugal
11/02/20
08:30
PMI Manufacturing
OCT
50.1
Philippines
11/02/20
09:30
PMI Manufacturing
OCT
56.0
Canada
11/02/20
10:00
Construction Spending - Total
SEP
1 %
1.4 %
United States
11/02/20
10:00
Construction Spending - Residential
SEP
3.7 %
United States
11/02/20
10:00
ISM Manufacturing Survey
OCT
56.5
55.4
United States
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