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Austria Producer Price Inflation Eases In Nov…

Ireland Inflation Eases Slightly In November

[ad_1] Austria’s producer price inflation slowed in November but remained at a high level due to the increase in energy costs, figures from Statistics Austria showed on Friday. Producer prices climbed 15.4 percent year-over-year in November, after an 18.5 percent increase in October. Energy prices alone surged 39.1 percent annually …

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Gold Prices Mixed In Lackluster Trade

Gold Rebounds After PMI-induced Fed Jitters

[ad_1] Gold prices were mixed on Friday and headed for a second straight annual loss amid expectations the US Federal Reserve will keep tightening interest rates. Spot gold traded marginally higher at $1,815.97 a barrel, while US gold futures were down 0.2 percent at $1,822.75. Bullion was headed for a …

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Spain Inflation At 13-Month Low

*Philippine Nov Inflation 8.0% Vs. 7.7% In Oc...

[ad_1] Spain’s consumer price inflation eased for the fifth successive month in December to the lowest level in just over a year amid a reduction in the price growth of electricity and fuel, preliminary figures from the statistical office INE revealed on Friday. Consumer prices climbed 5.8 percent year-over-year in …

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Oil Prices Subdued On China COVID Concerns

Oil Prices Subdued On China COVID Concerns

[ad_1] Oil prices slipped in cautious trade on Friday, as a surge of COVID-19 cases in China exacerbated fears of a global recession and offset concerns over tight supplies because of the escalating Ukraine conflict. Benchmark Brent crude futures slipped 0.1 percent to $83.34 a barrel, while WTI crude futures …

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Turkish Trade Deficit Widens In November

U.S. Trade Deficit Widens As Exports Fall And...

[ad_1] Turkey’s trade deficit increased in November, as imports rose more than exports, the Turkish Statistical Institute said on Friday. The trade deficit widened to $8.756 billion in November from $5.447 billion in the same month last year. In October, the trade deficit was $7.9 billion. Exports rose 2.1 percent …

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