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UK Employment Falls Slightly In October

UK Employment Falls Slightly In October

🕔December 14, 2016 The jobs market stagnated in the three months to October, according to the latest jobs report from the Office for National Statistics, suggesting employers are finally slowing their hiring in the wake of June’s Brexit vote. The number of people Contnue Reading
Eurozone GDP Up 0.3% In Q3

Eurozone GDP Up 0.3% In Q3

🕔December 6, 2016 Eurozone economic growth stabilized as initially estimated in the third quarter, data from Eurostat showed Tuesday. Gross domestic product expanded 0.3 percent sequentially in the third quarter, the same pace of growth as seen in the second quarter, while there Contnue Reading
U.K Services PMI Rises In November

U.K Services PMI Rises In November

🕔December 5, 2016 The services sector — which includes everything from banking to waitressing — drew a reading of 55.1 in the month, well ahead of October’s 54.5 reading, and even further ahead of the forecast 54.2 growth that economists had predicted. The Contnue Reading
U.K Construction PMI Expands In November

U.K Construction PMI Expands In November

🕔December 3, 2016 The U.K construction sector expanded further in November with business activity and new orders increasing at the strongest pace in eight months. The construction PMI has widely shown the similar behaviour as the manufacturing and services PMIs. It had declined Contnue Reading
U.K Manufacturing Index Increases in November – CBI

U.K Manufacturing Index Increases in November – CBI

🕔November 22, 2016 British manufacturers reported their healthiest order books in November since before the Brexit vote and they are their most confident about the near-term outlook in nearly two years, an industry survey showed on Tuesday. But the Confederation of British Industry Contnue Reading
UK Retail Sales Soars In October

UK Retail Sales Soars In October

🕔November 17, 2016 The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said sales volumes in October were up 7.4% from a year earlier, while on a monthly basis, sales jumped 1.9% from September – a much stronger increase than economists had forecast. The retail industry Contnue Reading
The UK and Eurozone Continue to Unravel Post-Brexit

The UK and Eurozone Continue to Unravel Post-Brexit

🕔September 7, 2016 Fresh worries from UK GDP estimates Recession in the UK still possible EU struggles with mixed sentiment Fresh GDP estimates release from the UK’s National Institute for Economic and Social Research signals a 0.3% expansion in the 3 months ending Contnue Reading
European Stocks Almost at 2 Month High

European Stocks Almost at 2 Month High

🕔August 15, 2016 Eurozone stocks reach 7 weeks high European economic figures very encouraging European shares mounted major gains, as vehicle manufacturers like Volkswagen AG pushed the German benchmark DAX Index into the green for the first time in 2016. Volkswagen gained 1.7%, Contnue Reading
Italy’s Fragile Banking Sector Threatens Its Stay In The Euro Zone

Italy’s Fragile Banking Sector Threatens Its Stay In The Euro Zone

🕔August 9, 2016 There is growing unease in Italy as major personalities in the government are now calling for economic calling for changes that can only be ratified if Italy leaves the EU. Italy’s PM Matteo Renzi is also willing to defy some Contnue Reading
Investors Anticipate Bank of England Stimulus

Investors Anticipate Bank of England Stimulus

🕔July 30, 2016 The GBP has established a strong range against major pairs like the Euro and the USD over the period of the second week of July to the end of July, and there is a very simple reason for this. There Contnue Reading