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Italy retail sales rise 0.9% m/m in December

Italy retail sales rise 0.9% m/m in December

Italian retail sales rose 0.9% in December from the month before, data showed on Tuesday, following a 0.4% fall in November. Sales rose 9.4% in un [...]
Euro zone investor morale rises in February

Euro zone investor morale rises in February

Investor morale in the euro zone rose in February as the economic situation around the world has stabilised compared to January, though a lack of impe [...]
Exclusive-U.S. calls for ‘concrete action’ from China to meet Phase 1 purchase commitments

Exclusive-U.S. calls for ‘concrete action’ from China to meet Phase 1 purchase commitments

U.S. officials called on Monday for "concrete action" from China to make good on its commitment to purchase $200 billion in additional U.S. goods and [...]
UK house prices rise annual 10.0% in November – ONS

UK house prices rise annual 10.0% in November – ONS

British house prices in November were 10.0% higher than a year earlier, up from 9.8% annual growth in October, the Office for National Statistics said [...]
UK inflation hits near 30-year high, pressuring BoE and households

UK inflation hits near 30-year high, pressuring BoE and households

Inflation in Britain rose faster than expected to a near 30-year high in December, intensifying a squeeze on living standards and putting pressure on [...]
German investor morale hits 6-mth high on hopes COVID will ease

German investor morale hits 6-mth high on hopes COVID will ease

German investor sentiment hit its highest in six months in January on expectations the incidence of COVID-19 cases will fall by early summer, allowing [...]
UK consumer confidence edged lower in December – YouGov/Cebr

UK consumer confidence edged lower in December – YouGov/Cebr

British consumer confidence edged lower in December, taking only a modest hit from the rapid spread of the Omicron variant of coronavirus, a monthly s [...]
Global jobs recovery delayed by pandemic uncertainty, Omicron, ILO says

Global jobs recovery delayed by pandemic uncertainty, Omicron, ILO says

The global job market will take longer to recover than previously thought, with unemployment set to remain above pre-COVID-19 levels until at least 20 [...]
UK economy finally bigger than before pandemic in November

UK economy finally bigger than before pandemic in November

Britain's economy grew strongly in November to finally surpass its size just before the country went into its first COVID-19 lockdown, official data s [...]
Euro zone swings to trade deficit in Nov due to energy bill

Euro zone swings to trade deficit in Nov due to energy bill

The euro zone swung to a small trade deficit in November from a large surplus 12 months earlier because of a surge in the cost of imported oil and gas [...]
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