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U.K Inflation Cools Down in September
U.K. inflation data for September showed that the rise in prices of goods and services eased. The an

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U.S. Retail Sales Surprise Again in September
The U.S. Retail Sales data for September took the market participants by surprise. Consumers spent m

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Light Trading Week Ahead, Investors Taking Their Clues from the Stock Market
The trading week ahead is light from an economic calendar’s point of view. Instead, developments i

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The Great Consumer Spending Rotation
The COVID-19 pandemic triggered an unprecedented reaction from policymakers around the world. Centra

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IMF Report Downgrades European Countries Economic Outlook Growth Projections
The latest IMF Report released to the press yesterday paints a grim European outlook. It mainly reve

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RCEP – The Birth of The World’s Largest Trade Bloc
November 2020 marked the birth of the RCEP –(Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership), the wor

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The Rise of the Chinese NEV Sector
The Chinese NEV (New-Energy Vehicles) sector’s expansion is poised to continue in the years ahead.

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Euro Area GDP in the Context of the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic
The Euro area GDP is taking a hit on the back of the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the positive vaccine

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U.S. Unemployment Rate Further Improves in October
Last Friday, the U.S. Unemployment Rate for the month of October showed further improvements in the

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Chinese GDP Strong Bounce Good News for Global Growth
The Chinese GDP posted a strong performance for the third quarter. It grew by 4.9%, following anothe

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US Retail Sales Show a Strong Rebound in Consumer Spending
September US retail sales showed a strong advance. Sales increased by 1.9% when compared to the prev

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What to Make of September 2020 NFP Report
Another month passed by, another NFP report showing a mixed picture of the U.S. labor market. The NF