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Euro area jobless rate remains unchanged in January, wage growth to accelerate gradually in quarters ahead

Euro area jobless rate remains unchanged in January, wage growth to accelerate gradually in quarters ahead The headline euro area jobless rate came in at 8.6 percent in January, as expected. Rather than representing a fall, however, that matched the pace in December, which was downwardly revised by 0.1 percentage …

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Americas roundup: Dollar falls vs. Euro after tariff news, Wall street sheds over 1 pct, U.S. yields fall, Oil slides on Wall street slump and Crude supply worry-march 2nd 2018

Americas roundup: Dollar falls vs. Euro after tariff news, Wall street sheds over 1 pct, U.S. yields fall, Oil slides on Wall street slump and Crude supply worry-march 2nd 2018 Market Roundup • Trump says U.S. to impose hefty tariffs on steel, aluminium imports. • U.S. Jan Core Price Index …

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Europe roundup: Sterling eases on Brexit transition deal concerns, Dollar index at 6-week peak on FED rate hike speculation, European shares slump – Thursday, March 1st, 2018

Europe roundup: Sterling eases on Brexit transition deal concerns, Dollar index at 6-week peak on FED rate hike speculation, European shares slump – Thursday, March 1st, 2018 Market Roundup Eurozone Jan unemployment rate stays flat at 8.6 % (forecast 8.6 %) vs previous 8.6 % (revised from 8.7 %) United …

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New zealand’s terms of trade hit all-time high in Q4 on support from broad-based export commodity price strength 

New zealand’s terms of trade hit all-time high in Q4 on support from broad-based export commodity price strength  New Zealand’s terms of trade hit a new all-time higher in the last quarter of 2017, as broad-based export commodity price strength continued to support. Import volumes surged over the quarter, at …

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