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After four consecutive days of decline, the U.S. dollar recovered on Thursday amid reports of a likely delay in the trade agreement between the US and China and the fall of the pound, with multi-month high recorded the day ??the company informed. as for Breccia, today deputies of the Parliament voted that Prime Minister Teresa ??May turned to the European Union with a request to postpone the release of the UK. Mei said that now Breaksit can defer for three months until June 30, if the deputies will support its deal next week. In case her offer is rejected again, she said she will seek a longer extension. However, the delay should be coordinated with the 27 other member States of the EU. the US Economic data were mixed but the dollar remained unchanged...

Crude oil rose on Thursday for the fourth consecutive session against the backdrop of recent data that showed the decline in oil reserves in the USA last week. the Continued reduction in the supply of oil under OPEC and U.S. sanctions against Venezuela and Iran has caused the growth. However, the uncertainty in respect of trade transactions between the US and China before the end of this month capped gains in oil prices. Futures oil brand West Texas Intermediate for April delivery climbed 0.35 dollars, or 0.6%, to 58,61 USD per barrel, which is a new high since mid-November. on Wednesday, the futures of crude oil in April rose 1.39 dollars, or 2.4%, to 58,26 USD per barrel, which is the highest figure in four months. the Report of the energy information...

According to the Central statistical office showed on Thursday that consumer price inflation in Ireland slowed marginally in February, after remaining stable during the previous month. Consumer price inflation fell from 0.7% in December and January to 0.6% in February. Inflation in November was 0.6%. The largest price increase of 4% was observed in housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels. The cost of restaurant and hotel services also increased by 3.6%. Meanwhile, prices of furnishings, household equipment and current maintenance works decreased by 3.7%, and telephone communication by 1.9%. On a monthly basis, consumer prices rose 0.8% in February, after declining 0.7% in the previous month. Inflation based on the harmonised index of consumer...

Consumer price Inflation in Finland increased to a maximum of three months, to the report of the Statistical office of the country. The consumer price index rose by 1.3% yoy in January after rising 1.1% in the same month. Over the same period last year, inflation amounted to 0.6%. In November it recorded the inflation rate of 1.3%. On a monthly basis, consumer prices rose 0.5% in February after falling 0.4% in January. This was the first increase in four months. In annual terms, the indicator of the EU harmonised index of consumer prices (HICP) rose from 1.2% in January to 1.3% in February. In December the inflation rate was 1.3%. On a monthly basis, the HICP was up 0.6% in February.

After reports of a marked recovery in sales of new homes in the two previous months, the Commerce Department released Thursday a report on significant decline in sales of new homes in the U.S. in January. p> Commerce Department reported that new home sales dipped by 6.9 per cent year on year to 607 000 in January after a revised growth of 652 000 in December. p> Economists had expected new home sales will be reduced to 620 000 to 621 000 in initial assessment in December. p> the Report showed a sharp drop in sales of new homes in the Midwest. Sales fell 28.6 percent, while sales of new homes in the South and northeast fell by 15.1 percent and 11.4 percent, respectively. p> on the other hand, the Commerce Department reported that new home sales in the West...

According to the Ministry of trade and industry showed Thursday, inflation India's wholesale price inflation accelerated in February, not in line with forecasts of analysts. The wholesale price inflation rose to 2.93% year on year in February after rising by 2.76% in January, surpassing economists ' expectations by 2.8%. The rate of inflation in the new fiscal year amounted to 2.75% compared to a growth rate of 2.56%, according to the report of the Ministry. On a monthly basis, the wholesale price index increased by 0.3% in February. Prices for commodities dropped 0.2 percent. Prices for food products fell 0.2%, while prices for nonfood goods increased by 1%.

According to a report released by the labor Department on Thursday last week the number of Americans first applying for unemployment benefits increased more than expected. The labor Department also reported that initial applications for unemployment benefits rose by 6,000 to 229 000 not taking into account the revised level of the previous week 223 000. Economists predicted that the number of applications will increase to 225 000. Meanwhile, the labor Department reported that volatile four-week moving average fell to 223,750, which is 2,500 less than the revised figure of the previous week in 226,250. The labor Department report also showed that the number of repeated applications for unemployment benefits increased by 18,000 to 1.78 million for the week...

According to provisional statistics, released on Thursday, manufacturing output in South Africa increased in January, after remaining flat in the previous month. In January, the volume of production in manufacturing industry increased by 0.3% year on year after strong growth in December. In November, the volume of production increased by 0.9%. In January positive factors conducive to economic growth were the food and drinks, as well as oil, chemical products, rubber and plastic. Much worse was the case with the sale of the main types of cast iron and steel, non-ferrous metal products, metal products and machinery. On a monthly basis, industrial production declined 2.0% in January after rising 1.0% in the previous month.

According to a report released by the labor Department on Thursday, import prices and exports in the U.S. increased more than expected in February. The labor Department reported that import prices rose 0.6 percent in February after rising 0.1 percent in January. Economists had expected import prices to increase by 0.3 percent compared to 0.5 percent decline, originally recorded in the previous month. The report stated that export prices also increased by 0.6 percent in February after falling by a revised 0.5 percent in January. It was expected that export prices will be marked with growth of 0.1 percent compared with a decline of 0.6 percent originally reported for the previous month.

Thursday 8:30 am Eastern time, the expected release of a price index for U.S. imports in February, as well as data on the number of applications for unemployment benefits for the week ended 9 March. In anticipation of the publication of these data, the greenback showed mixed trading against its major rivals. While the greenback rose against the franc and the Euro, it has remained stable against the pound. Against the yen, the currency fell. As of 8:25 am et, the greenback was trading with marks 1.1309 against the Euro, 1.3249 against the pound, 1.0040 against the franc and 111.59 against the yen.

Consumer price Inflation in France rose for the first time in seven months in February, as evidenced by the final data from the statistical office INSEE showed Thursday. The consumer price index rose 1.3 percent year-on-year in February after rising 1.2 percent in January, which corresponds to preliminary data. Inflation was caused by accelerated growth of prices for energy and food products, which was partially offset by slower growth in prices of services and a more significant decline in prices for manufactured goods. On a monthly basis, consumer prices were stable in February after rising 0.2 percent in January. The figure matched the preliminary estimate. Core inflation was 0.7 percent in February. This figure is celebrated in November. The harmonized...

Consumer price Inflation in Germany accelerated for the first time in four months in February, but was below the preliminary assessment, as evidenced by the final data from Destatis showed Thursday. The consumer price index rose 1.5 percent year-on-year in February after rising 1.4 percent in January. The latest reading was slightly below the preliminary estimate of 1.6 percent. The easing of inflation observed in November, when the index peaked at 2.3 percent. In February, energy prices rose by 2.9 percent, which increased the level of inflation. Inflation of prices for food accelerated to 1.4 percent from 0.8 percent in January. On a monthly basis, consumer prices rose 0.4 percent in February, slightly below the 0.5 percent forecast. Inflation based on...

Gold Prices fell on Thursday, while the dollar index remained at the same level as the anxiety associated with the Brexit, weakened and investors took note of mixed data from China. spot gold fell 0.8 percent to 1 298,30$. US per Troy ounce after yesterday reached its highest level since March 1 - 1 311,07 dollars. USA. Gold futures in the US declined by 0.85% to $ 1 298,35. U.S. per ounce. p> the Pound consolidated after British lawmakers rejected the scenario of a British exit from the EU without a deal, paving the way for another vote today, which may delay Brexit, at least until the end of June. p> the House of Commons tonight will vote whether to ask the EU to postpone Brexit for up to three months. p> If all the member countries of the Eurozone will...

Oil Prices rose on Thursday, with futures for Brent crude oil reached its highest level this year after official US data showed a significant reduction in inventory. p> the Continued decline in oil production in the OPEC and U.S. sanctions against Venezuela and Iran are also providing support. R> Global benchmark Brent crude oil rose 0.15 percent to 67,58 dollars per barrel, while futures for Brent West West Intermediate (WTI) in the US traded unchanged at the level of 58.28 dollars per barrel. R> on Wednesday, the energy information Administration reported that oil reserves in the U.S. for the week to 8 March declined by 3.9 million barrels. p> Earlier this week, the American petroleum Institute reported that oil stocks in the US fell for the previous...

For the First time in nearly two decades, China's industrial production has developed at its slowest pace in the January-February months. Retail sales growth remained steady. Real estate investment increased, despite the drop in demand, which suggests that the economy is still not out of the crisis. The Chinese government publishes summary data for January and February to smooth out distortions related to the celebration of New year according to the lunar calendar, which can fall into one of these months. Industrial production grew by 5.3% yoy in the period January and February failed to reach the expectations of economists, according to the national Bureau of statistics on Thursday. It is noted that the growth rate was the lowest since 2002. In December...