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01 Jul
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US manufacturing growth slows in June as new orders dip

Manufacturing activity growth in the US slowed last month as new orders from clients shrank, the results of a key survey revealed.

30 Jun
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US Chicago PMI falls more quickly than expected in June

Manufacturing activity in the Chicago area slowed more sharply than anticipated in June, plumbing a near two-year low.

29 Jun
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Powell says US economy in 'strong shape', validates expectations for Fed rate hikes

Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell believed his country's economy was in "strong shape" and that inflation could be brought back to target without undermining the solid jobs market.

29 Jun
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US Q1 GDP growth revised a tad lower on slower consumption growth

The American economy shrank at a slightly faster than expected clip over the three months to March, as consumption slowed more than previously thought.

29 Jun
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German CPI surprises to the downside thanks to government measures

Consumer price inflation in the euro area's largest economy surprised to the downside in June, but some economists expected the relief to be short-lived.

29 Jun
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Downside surprise now expected for German CPI in June thanks to one-off government measures

The cost of living in Germany is expected to surprise to the downside in May, but only because of government measures meant to dampen rising inflation.

29 Jun
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Spanish CPI jumps past economists' forecasts in June

The cost of living in Spain grew at its fastest clip since the middle of 1985 in June, stoked by fuel prices and those for food and non-alcoholic beverages.

29 Jun
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Euro area money supply growth data for May are a 'red alert', economist says

Lending to companies in the euro area picked up heartily last month, but for some economists the ongoing decline in so-called 'narrow money' was a "red flag" heralding a big drop in loans to the private sector over the next six to nine months.

28 Jun
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ECB set to tighten gradually while keeping options open, Lagarde says

The European Central Bank will start raising interest rates gradually when the governing council met during the following month, Christine Lagarde said.

28 Jun
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US consumer expectations fall to lowest since March 2013

American consumers' confidence soured in June as expectations for their personal finances, business and jobs plumbed fell to their lowest levels in nearly a decade, the results of a closely-followed survey revealed.

27 Jun
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US durable goods orders jump past forecasts in May

Orders in the US for goods made to last more than three years rose more quickly than expected last month.

24 Jun
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US consumer confidence and inflation expectations decline

Consumer confidence in the US was a tad weaker than expected in June, but inflation expectations also fell back over the course of the month, the results of a closely-followed survey revealed.

24 Jun
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BofA's contrarian 'Breadth Rule' triggers buy signal

Another one of Bank of America's contrarian equity strategy indicators moved into 'buy' territory over the past week, the investment bank's analysts said.

23 Jun
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US factory and services PMIs add to recession risks, but inflation may have peaked

Output from America's private sector increased in June at its slowest pace since the appearance of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 in January and was at its second-softest since July 2020, the results of two closely-followed survey revealed.

22 Jun
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Fed strongly committed to returning inflation to 2.0 per cent, Powell says

The head of the US central bank said the Federal Reserve was "strongly committed" to reining in inflation and believed that further rate increases would be "appropriate" and that policy decisions would be made meeting by meeting.

21 Jun
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US existing home sales returning to pre-pandemic pace

Sales of existing homes in America slowed for a fourth month running, returning to the levels seen in 2019 before Covid-19.

20 Jun
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ECB's Kazaks leaves door open to inter-meeting action to forestall fragmentations risks

The European Central Bank will react in a clear-headed and steady manner to any undue volatility in markets if needed, a top official said, even as he left the door open to action in between policy meetings, also if required.

17 Jun
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Industrial production grows more slowly than forecast in May as factory production dips

Industrial output in the US expanded more slowly than expected last month as levels of factory activity following three months of strong growth.

17 Jun
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Fed is 'acutely' focused on returning inflation to 2.0 per cent, Powell says

Policymakers at the US central bank are "acutely" focused on maintaining price stability as well as financial stability, with the latter of key importance for meeting the Federal Reserve's mandate of achieving 2. 0% inflation and full employment, Jerome Powell said.

16 Jun
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Friday preview: Fed's Powell, BoJ in the spotlight

The market spotlight at the end of the week will be on US Federal Reserve chairman, Jerome Powell, who is due to speak at a conference on the international role of the dollar.

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