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According to a report released by the labor Department on Friday, consumer prices in the U.S. declined slightly in December, while significantly affecting the sharp drop in gasoline prices. The labor Department reported that consumer prices fell 0.1 percent in December after a stability in November. Slight fall in consumer prices matched economists ' expectations. Excluding food prices and energy prices underlying the consumer price index in December rose 0.2 percent, in line with the growth observed in the previous two months and the preliminary assessment.

Italian Industrial production declined at the fastest pace in four months in November, exceeding economists ' expectations, as evidenced by preliminary data from the statistical office ISTAT showed Friday. Industrial production, adjusted for seasonal variations fell by 1.6 percent in November after falling 0.1 percent in October. Economists had expected a decline of 0.3 percent. The latest decline was the fastest since July, when output fell by 1.8 percent. The production of intermediate goods decreased by 2.4%, production of goods of industrial-technical purposes decreased by 1.7 percent, while consumer goods production decreased 0.9 percent. The volume of production in the energy sector, in contrast, increased by 1.0 percent. In annual terms, industrial...

British Economic growth improved in November for the second month in a row due to growth in services and construction, and exceeded economists ' expectations, but the growth rate slowed in the three-month period, according to the monthly report from the office for national statistics showed Friday. R> Gross domestic product expanded 0.2 percent from October, when the economy grew by 0.1 percent. Economists had expected the pace of growth will remain unchanged. In September, the GDP showed zero dynamics R> the Volume of construction works in November grew by 0.6% compared with the previous month, which is two times more than economists expected, as the forecast was +0.3% R> the Volume of services increased by 0.3 percent compared to the previous month, after...

Oil Prices rose on Friday and continued movement in the direction of steady weekly growth. This reflects optimism that the United States and China may conclude a reasonable trade deal until March 2. R> the Reduction of oil production under the OPEC also led to reduced supply. Global benchmark Brent crude oil rose 0.6 percent to 62.05 per barrel, while futures for Brent West Texas Intermediate (WTI) have risen in price for 0,8 percent to of 53.01 per barrel. Brent and WTI continue the second week of growth. P> Prices remain supported by hopes that we can avert a total trade war between Washington and Beijing. R> Three-day U.S.-Chinese talks, aimed at ending the costly tariff battle that ended on Wednesday in an optimistic atmosphere. The Ministry of Commerce...

Denmark's Industrial production in November fell by a decline in the intermediate goods sector after a sharp rise in October, as evidenced by preliminary data from Statistics Denmark showed Friday. Industrial production, adjusted for seasonal variations fell by 0.5 percent month-on-month after rising a revised 2.1 percent in October. In September production decreased by 0.7 percent. The production of intermediate goods was marked by a drop of 3 per cent and production of durable goods decreased by 0.4 percent. At the same time, production of consumer durable goods, by contrast, grew by 4 percent, and the production of goods of industrial-technical purposes increased by 0.1 percent. Revenue from the industry dropped by 1.1 percent compared to the previous...

Volume of industrial production in Spain fell to its lowest level in seven months in November, due to lower production in all subsectors, as evidenced by preliminary data from the statistical office INE showed Friday. Industrial production taking into account calendar adjustments for seasonal variations decreased by 1.5 percent month-on-month, after rising 1.1 percent in October. The decline was the biggest since April, when the volume of production fell by 1.9 percent. The production of goods for industrial purposes decreased by 1.8% and production of intermediate goods and consumer durables fell by 1.7 percent each. Production of consumer non-durable goods decreased 1 percent, and energy production - by 0.6%. In annual terms, industrial production taking...

According to the Australian Bureau of statistics, published on Friday, retail sales in Australia, with the seasonally adjusted increased by 0.4 percent compared to the previous month, amounting to 27,115 billion Australian dollars. Economists had expected the figure to remain unchanged from October and will amount to 0.3 percent. As for categories, increased retail sales of food (0.2 percent), retail trade of household products (0.4%), other retailing (0.4 percent), retail trade of clothing, footwear and accessories (0.5 per cent) and sales in cafes, restaurants and takeaway services (0.1 per cent). The volume of sales in Department stores remained relatively unchanged (0.0 percent). As for the regions, sales rose in Queensland (0.5 per cent), Victoria (0.4...

According to the Ministry of Finance, published on Friday, the surplus on the current account of Japan has made 757,2 billion yen in November. The indicator has surpassed the expectations of surplus of 566,3 billion yen, but decreased relative to 1 309.9 billion yen in October. The trade balance reflected a deficit of $ 559,1 billion yen, while economists predicted 612,6 billion yen after 321,7 billion yen in the previous month. The volume of exports increased by 1.9 percent year-on-year to 6,918 trillion yen, while imports rose 13.5 percent year-on-year to 7,477 trillion yen.

The Total volume of Bank lending in Japan rose 2.4 percent compared to the same period last year and reached 534,545 trillion yen in December, as evidenced by data from the Bank of Japan showed Friday. Indicator follows the 2.1 percent increase in November. Excluding trusts, Bank lending increased 2.5 percent year on year to 465,227 trillion yen after rising 2.2 percent in the previous month. Lending from trusts has increased by 2.0 percent to 69,317 trillion yen. For the third quarter of 2018, the total amount of Bank lending rose 2.2 percent year on year, while lending excluding trusts rose by 2.3 percent.

The Average level of household spending in Japan increased by 0.3 percent in November compared to the same period last year, amounting to 281 041 yen, as evidenced by data from the Ministry of internal Affairs and communications showed Friday. The indicator of discontinuity reflects a decrease of 0.6 percent year on year. The average monthly income per household amounted to 455 644 yen, an increase of 1.8 percent compared with the same period last year and 0.1 percent, adjusted for the gap. With regard to the individual components, spending on education has increased, and the costs of food, housing, fuel, furniture and clothing declined.

According to the latest survey from the Australian industry group released on Friday, the Australian construction sector continued to decline at a faster pace with increased activity in the construction sector 42.6. The index declined compared to the 44.5 reported in November, and continues to move farther from 50-multiple of the line cycle of "boom - bust" that separates expansion from contraction. With regard to the individual components of the survey activity, employment, new orders, shipments suppliers, and selling prices declined. Resource prices and average wages weakened, and remained "in the zone of expansion."

According to Statistics New Zealand, released on Friday, the total number of building permits in New Zealand, issued in November fell a seasonally adjusted 2.0 percent compared to the previous month, amounting to 3 120. Indicator follows revised downward to an increase of 1.4 percent in October (originally 1.5 percent). During the year, culminating in November 2018, the actual number of new approved housing units made up 32 783, which is 5.3 percent more than in the previous year. The annual volume of approved works for the construction of residential buildings amounted to 7.0 billion new Zealand dollars, which is 6.6% more than in the previous year.

Industrial production in Slovenia increased in November, as evidenced by preliminary data from the Statistical office of the Republic of Slovenia showed Thursday. With the seasonally adjusted industrial production rose 2.5 percent year on year in November, while output of manufacturing industry increased 2.7 percent. Meanwhile, production in the mining industry declined by 15.7 percent in November. The production of intermediate goods grew 0.6 percent, and the production of goods for industrial purposes jumped by 4.6 percent. The production of consumer goods increased by 4.1 percent. On a monthly basis, industrial production declined 0.2 percent in November.

Thursday 8:30 a.m. et, is expected to release data on the volume of issued building permits and the index of housing prices in Canada in November. Ahead of the publication of these data, the loonie showed mixed trading against its major opponents. While the loonie fell against the Aussie, it remained stable against other major currencies. As of 8:25 am et, the loonie was trading with marks of 81.78 against the yen, 0.9505 against the Australian dollar, 1.3226 against the U.S. dollar and 1.5253 against the Euro.

Thursday 8:30 a.m. et, is expected to release data on the number of applications for unemployment benefits in the U.S. for the week to January 5. Ahead of the publication of these data, the greenback showed mixed trading against other major currencies. While the greenback rose against the franc, it held steady against the other major competitors. As of 8:25 am et, the greenback was trading with marks 108.12 against the yen, 0.9776 against the Swiss franc, 1.2757 against the pound and 1.1535 against the Euro.