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Permanent staff appointments decline quickly in UK
UK workersSeptember 9, 2019 ET
The latest KPMG and REC, UK Report on Jobs indicated that labour market conditions softened in August.
French trade gap narrows in July
French tradeSeptember 7, 2019 ET
The French trade deficit decreased to EUR 4.6 billion in July 2019 from an upwardly revised EUR 5.3 in the previous month.
Global economic growth slows in August
economic growthSeptember 6, 2019 ET
Global economic growth remained lacklustre in August, with signs that more weakness may be on the cards.
Slowest increase in new U.S. business since March 2016
U.S. businessSeptember 6, 2019 ET
August data signalled a loss of momentum across the U.S service sector, with business activity rising at the softest pace since the current sequence of expansion began in March 2016.
Eurozone productivity falls further
Eurozone productivitySeptember 6, 2019 ET
As has been the case since mid-2018, aggregate eurozone productivity decreased during August.
German industry output drops in July
German industrySeptember 6, 2019 ET
German industrial output unexpectedly fell in July, data showed on Friday.
Russia inflation rate slows to 8-month low
RussiaSeptember 6, 2019 ET
The annual inflation rate in Russia decreased to 4.3 percent in August of 2019 from 4.6 percent in the previous month and below market expectations of 4.4 percent.
Eurozone PMI signals fragile third quarter expansion
EurozoneSeptember 6, 2019 ET
The eurozone economy remained mired in a fragile state of weak and unbalanced growth in August, according to the latest survey data.
U.S. private sector adds 195,000 jobs in August
U.S. employmentSeptember 5, 2019 ET
Private sector employment increased by 195,000 jobs from July to August according to the August ADP National Employment Report.
Volume of retail trade down 0.6% in euro area, Ireland best, Croatia worst
European port container CorkSeptember 5, 2019 ET
In July 2019 compared with June 2019, the seasonally adjusted volume of retail trade fell 0.6% in the euro area (EA19) and 0.5% in the EU28, according to estimates from Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union.
Bank of England: No-deal Brexit will not be as bad as we predicted
Mark CarneySeptember 5, 2019 ET
The negative impact of a no-deal Brexit will not be as severe as originally predicted because of improved planning by the government, businesses and the financial sector, the Bank of England has said.
Bank of Canada keeps key interest rate unchanged at 1.75 percent
Bank of CanadaSeptember 5, 2019 ET
The Bank of Canada announced Wednesday it kept interest rate at 1.75 percent as it gauged the extent of the damage that deepening trade conflicts have had on the domestic and global economies.
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