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U.S. job growth cools in December, but labor market tight By Reuters - 20 hours ago 8

7x彩票网平台By Lucia Mutikani WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. job growth slowed more than expected in December, but the pace of hiring likely remains sufficient to keep the longest economic...

Canada gains surprise 35,200 jobs in December, unemployment rate falls to 5.6% By Reuters - 21 hours ago 1

By Kelsey Johnson OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada gained a higher-than-expected 35,200 net jobs in December, entirely in full-time positions, while the unemployment rate fell to 5.6%,...

Breaking: Nonfarm Payrolls Rose by 145K in December By uuzzw.com - 22 hours ago 11

7x彩票网平台uuzzw.com - The U.S. economy added fewer jobs than expected last month, the Labor Department reported Friday, as the jobs market cooled at the end of 2019. Nonfarm payrolls...

Confidence rises in UK economy after election, but will it last? By Reuters - Jan 10, 2020 1

7x彩票网平台By Andy Bruce LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Boris Johnson's emphatic election win last month has led to a burst of optimism among British businesses and consumers,...

Australian Retail Sales Jump Most in 2 Years on Black Friday By Bloomberg - Jan 09, 2020

7x彩票网平台(Bloomberg) -- Australians opened their wallets in November to take advantage of Black Friday sales, providing a much-needed boost for retailers that have struggled in an...

Australian shoppers return in November, but signs bleak for fourth quarter By Reuters - Jan 09, 2020

By Swati Pandey SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian retail sales surged past all expectations in November led by pre-Christmas shopping though early indicators point to weak spending in...

UK employers hire more permanent staff for first time in a year By Reuters - Jan 09, 2020

LONDON (Reuters) - British employers last month increased their number of new permanent staff for the first time in a year, reflecting a modest rise in optimism after...

Irish consumers buoyed by Brexit deal in December By Reuters - Jan 09, 2020

DUBLIN (Reuters) - Irish consumer sentiment improved in December to post the first back-to-back monthly gain in four years as the risk of a damaging 'no-deal' Brexit...

UK business optimism sees record post-election rebound: Deloitte By Reuters - Jan 09, 2020

7x彩票网平台By David Milliken LONDON (Reuters) - Optimism at major British companies has improved by the largest margin in at least 11 years after Prime Minister Boris Johnson won a sweeping...

Japan household spending falls 2.0% year-on-year in November By Reuters - Jan 09, 2020

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese household spending fell 2.0% in November from a year earlier, government data showed on Friday, compared with a median market forecast for a 1.7%...

Smaller Share of U.S. Small Businesses Unable to Fill Positions By Bloomberg - Jan 09, 2020

7x彩票网平台(Bloomberg) -- U.S. small businesses found it a little easier to fill jobs in December, consistent with a moderating, yet still-robust, labor market, National Federation of...

U.S. weekly jobless claims fall, but labor market cooling By Reuters - Jan 09, 2020 3

By Lucia Mutikani WASHINGTON (Reuters) - New applications for U.S. jobless benefits fell more than expected last week, but the labor market appears to be cooling, with the number...

All Fed banks voted to hold discount rate steady before last meeting: minutes By Reuters - Jan 09, 2020

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve's 12 regional banks wanted to keep unchanged the rate commercial banks are charged for emergency loans ahead of the U.S. central...

Mexico Posts Second-Slowest Year-End Inflation Since the 1970s By Bloomberg - Jan 09, 2020

(Bloomberg) -- Mexico closed 2019 with the second-lowest year-end inflation rate in at least five decades amid a stalled economy, solidifying bets the central bank will keep...

Jump in German industrial output tempered by export dip By Reuters - Jan 09, 2020

7x彩票网平台By Michael Nienaber BERLIN (Reuters) - German industrial output rose more than expected in November, registering its biggest monthly increase in a year and a half, though declining...

U.S. Jobless Claims Fall a Fourth Week as Labor Market Holds Up By Bloomberg - Jan 09, 2020

7x彩票网平台(Bloomberg) -- Filings for U.S. unemployment benefits fell to a five-week low, the latest indication that the labor market remains solid just ahead of the monthly payrolls report...

Canadian housing starts see surprise decline in December: CMHC By Reuters - Jan 09, 2020

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian housing starts unexpectedly fell in December compared with the previous month as groundbreaking decreased on multiple unit homes, data from the...

World food prices surge for third month to 5-year high in December: U.N. FAO By Reuters - Jan 09, 2020 1

7x彩票网平台 ROME (Reuters) - World food prices surged for the third consecutive month to reach a five-year high in December, lifted by strong rises in vegetable oils, sugar and dairy as well...

Japan households' mood hits 5-year low as tax hike bites By Reuters - Jan 09, 2020

7x彩票网平台 By Leika Kihara TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese households' confidence in the economy worsened to a five-year low in the three months to December, a central bank survey showed on...

China's December consumer inflation still high, not seen hindering PBOC easing By Reuters - Jan 09, 2020

By Lusha Zhang and Ryan Woo BEIJING (Reuters) - China's consumer inflation steadied while factory-gate prices fell at a slower pace in December, giving Beijing room to stay...

China’s Steadying Inflation Leaves Door Open for Monetary Easing By Bloomberg - Jan 08, 2020

7x彩票网平台(Bloomberg) -- China’s consumer inflation steadied in December while factory price declines moderated, leaving room for monetary easing to cement a recent stabilization in economic...

UK shoppers rein in spending to cap grim 2019 for retailers: BRC By Reuters - Jan 08, 2020

By William Schomberg LONDON (Reuters) - British shoppers cut back on spending in late 2019, rounding off the worst year since at least the mid-1990s for retail sales as measured by...

U.S. private payrolls post largest gain in eight months By Reuters - Jan 08, 2020

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. private payrolls increased by the most in eight months in December, pointing to sustained labor market strength though job gains last month were likely...

U.S. Adds 202,000 Private Sector Jobs in December: ADP By uuzzw.com - Jan 08, 2020 1

7x彩票网平台uuzzw.com - U.S. private employers added a far larger-than-forecast 202,000 jobs in December, according to a report by payrolls processor ADP on Wednesday. Economists had...

UK productivity shows small gain in third quarter after grim run - ONS By Reuters - Jan 08, 2020

7x彩票网平台 LONDON (Reuters) - Productivity in Britain, a major vulnerability of the country's economy that Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised to fix, improved only slightly in...

Europe’s Factories Headed Into 2020 With Less Hope for Jobs By Bloomberg - Jan 08, 2020

(Bloomberg) -- Europe’s manufacturers headed into the new year on a downbeat note, with expectations for both export orders and employment weakening at the end of a rough 2019. The...

Euro zone economic sentiment edges up on Italy, Spain optimism By Reuters - Jan 08, 2020

7x彩票网平台BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Euro zone economic mood improved in December, driven up by optimism in Italy and Spain, as growing confidence in services more than offset worsening sentiment...

Riksbank Signals It Won’t Raise Rates Again for a Very Long Time By Bloomberg - Jan 08, 2020

7x彩票网平台(Bloomberg) -- Riksbank Governor Stefan Ingves signaled that the bank’s decision to raise its main rate to zero last month won’t be followed by more tightening for a very long...

French consumer morale falls sharply in December as strikes bite By Reuters - Jan 08, 2020

PARIS (Reuters) - French consumer confidence pulled back more sharply than expected in December in the face of nationwide strikes against government plans to overhaul the pension...

German 'misery continues' as industrial orders fall unexpectedly By Reuters - Jan 08, 2020 1

By Michael Nienaber BERLIN (Reuters) - German industrial orders fell unexpectedly in November on weak foreign demand and a lack of major contracts, data showed on Wednesday,...

Japan's real wages fall in November, posing a threat to demand By Reuters - Jan 07, 2020

7x彩票网平台TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's inflation-adjusted real wages declined at their fastest pace in four months in November, government data showed on Wednesday, clouding the outlook...

U.S. trade deficit at three-year low as imports tumble By Reuters - Jan 07, 2020 1

By Lucia Mutikani WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. trade deficit fell to a more than three-year low in November as imports declined further, weighed down by the Trump...

ISM Non-Manufacturing Index Shows Strength By uuzzw.com - Jan 07, 2020

uuzzw.com - The ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI Index registered growth in December, with the Composite Index coming in at 55.0 Tuesday, a four-month high, versus the expected 54.5...

CN Rail Strike Takes a Toll on Canada’s Trade Balance By Bloomberg - Jan 07, 2020

(Bloomberg) -- Canada’s trade gap reached C$1.1 billion ($847 million) in November after a multi-day rail strike disrupted transportation of key goods, raising concerns about...

U.S. trade deficit drops to more than three-year low By Reuters - Jan 07, 2020

WASHINGTON, Jan 7 (Reuters) - The U.S. trade deficit fell to a more than three-year low in November as imports declined further, likely weighed down by the Trump...

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