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Industrial production in the U.S. fell much more than forecast in October, according to a report published by the Federal Reserve on Friday, with industrial production shows a marked decline due to the strike at the enterprise General Motors, with the conflict already resolved. R> the fed said industrial production fell 0.8 percent in October after falling by a revised 0.3 percent in September. The sharp fall reflects the large decrease in production from may 2018. P> Economists had expected production to fall 0.4 percent, which corresponds to the drop initially registered in the previous month. p> More significant than expected decline in industrial production has occurred, since the volume of production in the manufacturing sector decreased by 0.6 percent...

After reporting an unexpected drop in retail sales in the previous month, the Commerce Department published Friday a report that retail sales rose in October, slightly more than forecast. p> Commerce Department reported that retail sales in October increased 0.3 percent, and in September dipped by 0.3 percent. Economists had expected retail sales to grow 0.2 percent. P> the Increase in retail sales was partly due to a recovery of sales dealers cars and parts, which increased 0.5 percent in October after falling 1.3 percent in September. p> with the exception of the recovery of car sales, the report States that retail sales grew 0.2 percent in October after declining 0.1 percent in September. It was expected that sales excluding autos to increase by 0.4...

Data on retail sales in the United States, as well as import prices and exports in October, should be presented at 8:30 a.m. Eastern time on Friday. Retail sales rose 0.2 percent, while last month they fell by 0.3 percent. ahead of the data, the dollar traded mixed against other major currencies. While the currency was steady against the yen, the pound and the franc, it fell against the Euro. the US Dollar was worth 108,71 against the yen, targets 0.9900 against the franc, 1,2878 against the pound and worth 1.1034 against the Euro at 8:25 am et.

The Euro strengthened against the other major currencies in the European session on Friday. Euro rises to 2-day highs against the yen 119.89 and 1.0920 against the franc relatively early lows of 119.43 and 1.0885, respectively. Euro rises to elevations of 0.8569 against the pound and 1.4618 against the canadian dollar a relatively low minimum values of 1.4576 and 0.8551 respectively. In relation to the U.S. dollar and the Australian dollar, the Euro strengthened to a 3-day high of 1.1034 and more than 2-week high of 1.6265 against its previous lows 1.1015 and 1.6214, respectively. If the Euro extends its uptrend, the resistance can be found in the area 122.00 against the yen, 1.11 against the franc, 0.88 against the pound, 1.12 against the greenback, 1.49...

Gold Prices fell on Friday as signs of progress in trade negotiations between the US and China increased risk appetite. Spot gold fell 0.4 percent to 1465,46 dollars per ounce, while gold futures in the U.S. dropped half a percent to 1466,05 dollars per ounce. New hope for trade deal between Washington and Beijing led to a rise in risky assets today, after the economic White house adviser Lawrence Kudlow told reporters that the United States and China approach the "first phase" of a trade agreement. He spoke of the "very good progress" in relations, but added that President Donald trump is not ready to commit themselves. Investors also welcomed the goodwill gesture of China, whose government abolished almost five-year ban on the import of poultry meat from...

According to the latest Eurostat figures, published on Friday, Eurozone inflation slowed in October to its lowest level in nearly three years. The consumer price index rose 0.7 percent year on year compared with a rise of 0.8 percent in September. The projected rate of inflation remained unchanged. According to the latest data, the inflation rate was the lowest since November of 2016, when the rate was 0.6 percent. the Initial estimate of the core inflation, excluding energy, food, alcohol and tobacco were also confirmed. The index increased for the second consecutive month, to 1.1 percent from 1 percent in the previous month. the Level of core inflation was the highest in four months. The cost of services and the prices of food, alcohol and tobacco...

Oil Prices on Friday fell sharply after the publication of the data about unexpected growth of commercial oil reserves. However, the decline was still limited by optimism about the reduction of supply by OPEC and positive signals on trade negotiations, the U.S. and China. Brent Oil fell by 0.65 percent to 61,88 dollars per barrel, while futures for WTI crude oil fell by 0.45 percent to 56,52 per barrel. Data published by the energy information Administration on Thursday showed that the oil reserves in the USA increased by 2.2 million barrels for the week ended November 8, exceeding the growth forecast of 1,694 million barrels. gasoline Inventories rose by almost 1.9 million barrels for the week, while distillate stocks fell by about 2.5 million barrels that...

According to Eurostat, published on Friday, trade balance in Eurozone declined in September amid rising imports. the Positive trade balance declined from a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 18.3 billion euros from 19.7 billion euros in August. compared to the previous month exports increased by 0.6 percent, while imports rose 1.5 percent. Without seasonal adjustments, exports increased by 5.2 percent annually, and imports by 2.1 percent. Positive trade balance amounted to 18.7 billion euros, compared with 12.6 billion euros in the same period last year. Exports to Euro area rose 1 percent and imports by 0.5 percent in September. As a result, the trade balance amounted to 5.1 billion euros, compared with 5.9 billion euros in August.

At 5:00 am et Friday, Eurostat will publish final data on inflation and trade in the Euro area. It is expected that inflation in October will correspond to the preliminary estimates of 0.7 percent. ahead of the data, the Euro was trading mixed against major currencies. While the Euro fell against the U.S. dollar and the pound, it rose against the franc. The currency unchanged against the yen. the Euro was worth 119.70 against the yen, 1,0917 against the franc, 0,8554 against the pound and 1,1020 against the U.S. dollar at 4:55 am Eastern time.

Swiss franc declined against its major rivals in early European deals on Friday. The franc weakened to 2-day lows of 0.9911 vs US dollar 1.0919 1.2760 against the Euro and against the pound relative to their earlier highs 0.9878, 1.0885 and 1.2723, respectively. Relative to its early high of 109.84 against the yen, the franc fell to the level of 109.62. The next possible support for the franc may be found in the 1.02 area against the US dollar and 1.13 against the Euro, 1.31 against the pound and 106.00 against the yen.

According to data Friday from Statistics Austria, in October there was a slowdown in consumer price inflation. In October, the consumer price index rose 1.1% yoy, after rising 1.2% in September. the prices of restaurants and hotels were higher by 3.0% yoy, while prices for housing, water and energy, as well as leisure and culture increased by 2.2% and 1.4%, respectively. on a monthly basis, consumer prices rose 0.2% in October. the Harmonized index of consumer prices in October rose 1.0% after rising 1.2% in the previous month. on a monthly basis, the harmonized index of consumer prices rose by 0.3%.

The Trade balance of Norway noted the surplus in October as exports increased amid a decline in imports, as evidenced by data from Statistics Norway showed Friday. The trade surplus amounted to 5.9 billion Norwegian crowns in October, compared with a deficit of 1.42 billion Norwegian crowns in September. In the same month last year, the trade surplus totaled 32.64 billion NOK. Trade deficit mainland dropped to 23.35 billion Norwegian crowns in October from NOK to 29.4 in the previous month. In October exports fell by 26.9 percent year on year and grew by 8.8 percent compared to the previous month. Imports rose by 0.5 percent year on year in October fell 2.2 percent from the previous month.

Producer Prices Denmark declined in October, as evidenced by figures from statistics Denmark showed Friday. The producer price index eased 3.0 percent y / y in October, after falling 2.5 percent in September. The decline in annual producer price was mainly due to the reduction of costs in the mining industry by 22.5 percent. On a monthly basis, producer prices rose 0.4 percent in October. Prices on the domestic market decreased by 3.5 percent year on year in October, while foreign market prices dropped by 2.0 percent. Import prices fell by 1.3 percent year-over-year in October and 0.1 percent compared to the previous month.

Retail sales in Turkey increased for the first time in thirteen months in September, as evidenced by the data of the Statistical Institute of Turkey published on Friday. Another report showed that the unemployment rate increased slightly in August. In September, retail sales increased by 2.7 percent in annual terms, after falling by 4.2 percent in August. The latest increase was the fastest since July of last year, when sales rose 3.3 percent. Non-food sales in September grew by 4.7 percent annually, while sales of automotive fuel increased by 4.0 percent. Meanwhile, sales of food, beverages and tobacco fell by 2.0 percent. On a monthly basis, retail sales adjusted for seasonal variations and calendar amendments increased 0.6 percent in September after...

Industrial production in Japan increased more than expected in September, as evidenced by the final data of the Ministry of economy, trade and industry showed Friday. Industrial production in September increased by 1.7 percent compared to the previous month. According to initial estimates, the production increased by 1.4 percent. Month-on-month delivery rose 1.5 percent in September, while economists had expected growth of 1.3 percent. Meanwhile, inventories fell 1.4 percent compared with a preliminary estimate of a decline of 1.6 percent, and the ratio of reserves decreased by 1.9 percent compared to the previous forecast of a fall of 2.4 percent. In annual terms, industrial production rose 1.3 percent in September. Initial assessment showed an annual...