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Rising interest rates and the potential for a slowing economy so far have no effect on runaway used truck prices. “The February data is the last we will have that does not reflect any effects of the Russian-Ukrainian war,” wrote Chris Visser, principal analyst at JD Power Valuation Services, in the company’s March Guidelines report. …

Outside the United States The private sector PMI and consumer confidence figures caught the eye earlier this week. While consumer confidence weakened in February, private sector activity picked up. According to preliminary figures, the all-important services PMI fell from 51.2 to 56.7. In the 2n/a mid-week, fourth-quarter GDP, unemployment insurance claims, inflation, personal spending and …

Statistics It’s been a busy week on the economic calendar in the week ending 18and February. A total of 66 stats were monitored, following 31 stats the previous week. Of the 66 statistics, 33 are ahead of forecasts, with 26 economic indicators below forecasts. There were 7 stats that were in line with the forecast …

(RTTNews) – European markets closed weak on Friday, extending recent losses, as an escalation in tensions between Russia and Ukraine hurt sentiment. The growing possibility of Russia invading Ukraine made the mood extremely cautious, and the major markets, despite a period in positive territory, failed to hold onto their gains and ended on a negative …

EUR/GBP has been on a downtrend since the start of 2021, with GBP significantly stronger than the EUR. GBP/USD made bigger gains than EUR/USD during the bullish period following the start of the pandemic, until last summer, and since then EUR/USD has become more bearish than the cable. This shows that the GBP has had …

US retail sales exceeded expectations, but Canadian inflation exceeded the 5% threshold. Market sentiment shifted to risk aversion following US Secretary of State Blinken’s remarks that Russia is moving troops to the Ukrainian border. USD/CAD is neutral on the upside, but USD/CAD buyers need to recover 1.2700. In the North American session, USD/CAD extended its …

Huntington Private Bank CIO John Augustine joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the state of the stock market as geopolitical tensions persist and U.S. retail sales report data for January. Video transcript AKIKO FUJITA: We see the Dow falling again today in this session after breaking a three-day losing streak. At present, it is down …

Early in the day: The start of the Asian session was busier. The Kiwi Dollar was in action this morning as markets reacted further to Thursday’s US inflation data. For the kiwi dollar In January, the business PMI fell from 53.7 to 52.1. However, the electronic card retail sales figures had a greater influence. In …

Economic data: error or truth? Financial analysts, rating agencies and national governments are often obsessed with analyzing the next set of economic data, especially the highs and lows of GDP – a key macroeconomic indicator – which usually reflects the health of a economy. The reason for this obsession is that many local investment decisions …

On the macro It’s a quiet week ahead on the economic calendar, with the XX stats at the center of the week ending on the 11th.and February. The previous week, 76 statistics had been developed. For dollars: At the beginning of the week, the statistics are limited to December trade data which will have a …

Early in the day: It’s a relatively busy start to the day on the economic calendar this morning. The Japanese yen and the Australian dollar will be in action in the early hours of the morning. In Japan, industrial production and retail sales numbers will be the focus ahead of private sector credit numbers in …

Early in the day: It’s a relatively busy start to the day on the economic calendar this morning. The Japanese yen and the kiwi dollar were in action in the early morning. For the Japanese yen Inflation figures for December were the main concern this morning. According to Ministry of Interior and Communication, Japan’s annual …

The Dow Jones retreated on Friday, January 14, led by declines in some financial heavyweights after reporting their quarterly results, while gains in technology stocks fueled gains in the Nasdaq and the S&P 500 index. Meanwhile, retail sales plunged in December, indicating shortages of goods and the impact of the outbreak of the Omicron variant …

Early in the day: It was a quiet start to the day on the economic calendar this morning. There were no major stats to guide the majors at the start of the Asian session. Later this morning, however, trade data from China will be of great interest as economies grapple with pressure from Omicron. The …

Statistics It has been a particularly busy week on the economic calendar, the week ending on the 7the January. A total of 63 statistics were monitored, up from 15 the previous week. Of the 63 statistics, 34 are ahead of expectations, with 23 economic indicators below expectations. There are 6 stats that were in line …

(RTTNews) – European stocks closed lower on Friday as rising eurozone inflation and disappointing US employment data weighed on sentiment. Data showing a decline in German industrial production and lingering concerns about the outbreak of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus are also hurting. The pan-European Stoxx 600 lost 0.39%. The German DAX lost 0.65% …

On the macro It’s a quiet week ahead on the economic calendar, with 32 stats at a glance during the week ending 24e December. During the previous week, 87 statistics had been finalized. For the dollar: Finalized 3e GDP for the quarter and weekly jobless claims will be the focus of concerns mid-week. Expect unemployment …

Early in the day: It was a quiet start to the day on the economic calendar this morning. The Kiwi dollar was in action early this morning. Later this morning, the BoJ will also be the center of attention, making its final monetary policy decision of the year. For the Kiwi Dollar In December, the …

Sunday 12 December 2021 5:12 pm Sentiment is more confused due to uncertainty as to the extent to which the reintroduction of stricter Covid-19 prevention measures in the UK could hurt economic growth in the coming months Once again, the Omicron news is expected to spark sudden reactions from investors amid a busy week of …

(RTTNews) – European stocks closed lower on Friday as concerns over the Omicron variant of the coronavirus and disappointing US employment data hurt sentiment and prompted investors to remain cautious. The World Health Organization said today that the new strain, which was first spotted in South Africa, has now been detected in 38 countries. The …

Early in the day: The start of the day on the economic calendar was relatively busy this morning. The Australian dollar was in action this morning. For the Australian dollar It has been a relatively busy morning, with retail sales finalized and business data in focus. Retail sales rose 4.9% in October, in line with …

On the macro It’s a particularly busy week on the economic calendar, with 78 stats featured in the week ending 3e December. During the previous week, 49 statistics had been finalized. For the dollar: Earlier this week, consumer confidence will be the focus ahead of non-farm and manufacturing ADP data on Wednesday. Expect the most …

Mortgage rates increased for the 1st time in 3 weeks, scoring a 4e increase in 6 weeks The rise in mortgage rates saw the 30-year fixed rate cross the 3% mark. In the week ending 18the In November, fixed 30-year rates rose 12 basis points to 3.10%. Compared to the same period last year, 30-year …

On the macro It’s a relatively busy week on the economic calendar, with 49 stats at the center of the week ending 26e November. During the previous week, 60 statistics had been finalized. For the dollar: Earlier this week, the preliminary private sector PMIs for November will be the focus of discussions on Tuesday. While …

Statistics It was a busier week on the economic calendar, in the week ending 19e November. A total of 60 statistics were monitored, up from 39 the previous week. Of the 60 statistics, 36 are ahead of forecast, with 16 economic indicators below expectations. There were 8 stats that were in line with the week’s …

China released a series of economic data for October on Monday, beating economists’ expectations. Its retail sales grew 4.9% year on year from an estimated 3.5%, while industrial production rose 3.5%, up 0.4% from the previous month and improving from compared to the forecast of 3.1%. Finally, investments in fixed assets increased by 6.1%, which …

(Bloomberg) – Sign up for the New Economy Daily newsletter, follow us @economics and subscribe to our podcast. Bloomberg’s Most Read The Chinese economy likely continued to weaken across the board in October, with few signs of a bottom. A set of key economic data to be released on Monday will be closely scrutinized for …

For the dollar: At the start of the week, inflation figures will be in the spotlight. Expect a lot of interest, with any further spikes that may call the Fed’s transitional view into question. Jobless claims will also be key on Thursday ahead of JOLT’s job postings and consumer confidence figures on Friday. Following the …

This morning was another busy start to the day on the eurozone economic calendar. German industrial production and euro area retail sales figures were in the spotlight this morning. The French non-farm payroll and German construction figures were also out but had a moderate impact on the euro. German economy In September, industrial production in …

Early in the day: The start of the day on the economic calendar was relatively busy this morning. The Australian dollar was in action at the start of the Asian session, with China’s economic data also taking center stage. For the Australian dollar The AIG manufacturing index fell from 51.2 to 50.4 in October. According …

The Johnson Redbook Retail Sales Index for the past week is expected to be released at 8:55 a.m. ET. The S&P Corelogic Case-Shiller Home Price Index for August will be released at 9:00 a.m.ET. The Case-Shiller’s Index is expected to rise 1.3% per month in August. The Federal Housing Finance Agency’s home price index for …

Wall Street rebounded in the first half of October after a devastating September in which major stock indexes experienced the biggest drop in a decade. October is also known for its fluctuating business model. Despite this, since the start of the month, the three major stock indexes – the Dow, the S&P 500 and the …

Retail sales data for September will be released at 8:30 a.m. ET. Retail sales, which rose 0.7% in August, are expected to decline 0.1% in September. The Empire State Manufacturing Index for September is expected to be released at 8:30 a.m. ET. Analysts expect the index to fall to 25 in October from 34.3 in …

Early in the day: It was a busier start to the day on the economic calendar this morning. The Kiwi dollar and Australian dollar were in action, with UK economic data also taking center stage. For the Kiwi Dollar In September, retail sales of electronic cards rose 0.90% month-on-month, after falling 19.7% in August. According …

Early in the day: The start of the economic calendar day was relatively calm this morning. There were no major statistics for the early morning markets to take into account. Although there were no stats, the RBNZ were in action at the start of the Asian session. For the Kiwi Dollar The RBNZ raised the …

T Britain’s economy is recovering from Covid-19 faster than expected, a triple dose of good news showed today. The latest figures show the government borrowed £ 303 billion through March, the highest level since the end of World War II. While the amount borrowed is undeniably high, it is well below the £ 394 billion …

Thank god it’s the weekend The London markets and the pound sterling have stumbled on the back of a series of poor economic data and caution over the potential for tougher travel restrictions across Europe. The first PMI (Purchasing Managers ‘Index) figures for January were significantly lower than economists’ expectations after the latest foreclosure hit …

The economies of Wichita and Kansas are expected to grow slowly in 2021, but not enough to offset all of the losses incurred in 2020. Jeremy Hill, director of the Center for Economic Development and Business Research at Wichita State University, presented his forecast for the Wichita area and the state Thursday at the annual …

Shares retreated on Wednesday after other signs accumulated of economic damage from the coronavirus outbreak. Markets have remained stuck between fear and nascent optimism in recent weeks as investors grapple with the length and depth of the looming recession, with change often reversing overnight or even the same day. Economists lowered their forecasts in anticipation …

NEW YORK — Stocks fell on Wednesday after new signs piled up on the economic damage wrought by the coronavirus outbreak. Markets have been caught between fear and budding optimism for the past few weeks as investors try to guess the length and depth of the impending recession, with the switch often flipping overnight or …

Powell’s testimony from the Fed on the economy before Congress pushed stock prices higher last week. And it was worth paying attention to this news. But will the next round of economic data confirm the bullish outlook? Investors will need to focus on the Wednesday and Friday releases. Let’s take a look at the details. …

Markets all but ignored Fed discussions last week as developments in the U.S.-China trade war distracted investors from expected press releases. But it was worth paying attention to our news calendar from last week which highlighted UK economic data leading up to the GBP rally at the end of the week. This week we will …