Latest data released by the National Statistics Institute – 13 July 2018 – CPI +2.3% vs +2.3% y/y prelim Preliminary readings can be found . All in line with estimates except for the core reading which came in at +1.0% compared to the yearly estimate of +1.1%. Nothing much from the report to derail the…
Comments from the German economy ministry via its monthly report – Economy picked up speed in May – Overall, indicators point to a pick up in Q2 compared to Q1 ForexLive
Positive tones all around as Europe sees green too ForexLive It’s yet another green day for stocks with the good mood from Asian trading continuing over to Europe. That should continue to keep USD/JPY underpinned on the day. China’s Shanghai Composite ended the day lower by 0.2% but that was the only major bourse the…
The dollar bull run is continuing to move higher ForexLive There’s no stopping the dollar’s momentum over the last few days really. As earlier, the dollar index is on march towards a test of the “air pocket” between 95.15 and 95.52 and it sure looks that way now.
Changes in growth from Bank of Italy ForexLive
Q&A President Trump: PM May ForexLive
Should be interesting. You can view it LIVE here Highlights from Trumps remarks: ForexLive
Ex Petroleum -0.3% vs 0.2% last month The US import prices for June fell -0.4% vs 0.1% expected. The YoY rose 4.3% vs 4.3% last month.
Canada existing home sales will also be released The US import and export prices for the month of June will be released at the bottom of the hour: Canada existing home sales are expecting to rise 1.5% vs -0.1% last
New York Fed releases its latest update on its DSGE forecast model The updated release can be found . They attribute the bump up in 2018 growth to a ‘more buoyant environment for investment’ while the higher inflation forecast is due to ‘price markup shocks’.