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Treasury Announces Details Of Long-Term Secur…

Treasury Announces Details Of Long-Term Secur...

[ad_1] The Treasury Department on Thursday revealed the details of this month’s auctions of three-year and ten-year notes and thirty-year bonds. The Treasury announced its plans to sell $40 billion worth of three-year notes, $32 billion worth of ten-year notes and $18 billion worth of thirty-year bonds. The results of …

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U.S. Dollar Firms On Strong ADP Data

U.S. Dollar Firms On Strong ADP Data

[ad_1] The US dollar was higher against its major counterparts in the New York session on Thursday, as the nation’s private sector employment rose much more than expected in December, supporting expectations for further interest rate hikes from the Federal Reserve in the future. Data from the payroll processor ADP …

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U.S. Trade Deficit Shrinks To Smallest In Ove…

U.S. Trade Deficit Shrinks To Smallest In Ove...

[ad_1] A report released by the Commerce Department on Thursday showed the US trade deficit narrowed significantly more than expected in the month of November. The Commerce Department said the trade deficit shrank to $61.5 billion in November from a revised $77.8 billion in October. Economists had expected the trade …

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Poland Inflation Eases To 16.6%

Poland Inflation Eases To 16.6%

[ad_1] Poland’s consumer prices increased at a softer rate in December, preliminary data from Statistics Poland showed on Thursday. Consumer price inflation eased to 16.6 percent in December from 17.5 percent in November. Economists had expected a rate of 17.3 percent. Prices of electricity, gas, and other fuels climbed 31.2 …

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Austria Inflation Slows To 10.2%

Hungary Inflation Accelerates Further; Trade ...

[ad_1] Austria’s consumer price inflation continued to slow in December on lower fuel prices, preliminary estimates from Statistics Austria showed on Thursday. Consumer price inflation eased to 10.2 percent in December from 10.6 percent in November. “The main reasons for the latest decline are the electricity price brake, which has …

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Cyprus Inflation Lowest In 9 Months

Hungary Inflation Accelerates Further; Trade ...

[ad_1] Cyprus’ consumer price inflation eased to the lowest level in nine months, mainly due to a moderation in the price growth for food and beverages, data from the Statistical Service showed on Thursday. Consumer prices climbed 7.9 percent year-over-year in December, slower than November’s 8.7 percent increase. Moreover, this …

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U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Dip To Three-Month…

Hong Kong Retail Sales Slump 4.2%, Worst Fall...

[ad_1] With the more closely watched monthly jobs report looming, the Labor Department released a report on Thursday showing a modest decrease in first-time claims for US unemployment benefits in the week ended December 31st. The report said initial jobless claims slipped to 204,000, a decrease of 19,000 from the …

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U.S. Private Sector Job Growth Far Exceeds Es…

U.S. Private Sector Job Growth Far Exceeds Es...

[ad_1] Payroll processor ADP released a report on Thursday showing private sector employment in the US jumped by much more than expected in the month of December. ADP said private sector employment shot up by 235,000 jobs in December after surgery by an upwardly revised 182,000 jobs in November. Economists …

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Brazil Industrial Production Falls 0.1% In No…

*Italy Oct Industrial Production -1.0% On Mon...

[ad_1] Brazil’s industrial production declined marginally as expected in November, amid a fall in consumer goods output, preliminary data from the statistical office IBGE showed on Thursday. Industrial production dropped a seasonally adjusted 0.1 percent month-on-month in November, reversing a 0.3 percent rise in October. That was in line with …

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