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    Legendry Member milos's Avatar

    Mixed data released in the U.S. !!!

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    Inflation in producer prices in the U.S. fell in September by 0.1%, after rising 0.3% in August, while the assessed growth of 0.2%. On an annual basis there was an increase at a rate of 0.3% and it was expected to rise by 0.6%.

    Producer price index climbed 0.1% over the last month, which was in line with expectations. On an annual basis there was an increase at a rate of 1.2%.

    U.S. retail sales fell in September to 0.1%, and the expected growth of 0.1% after increasing 0.2% in August. Retail sales growth is correlated with stronger economic growth, while lower sales signal economic downturn.

    The main retail, excluding automobile sales, rose by 0.4% during the last month, which was in line with expectations, after rising 0.1% in August.

    Not enough good economic data released in the U.S. in the increased likelihood that America's monetary policy will remain unchanged after tomorrow's meeting.

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    Non-Farm Unemployment Change have increased over the past month to 204,000 from 163,000 in the previous month, and it will also increase to 121,000.

    The Unemployment Rate in the U.S. rose in October to 7.3% from 7.2% the previous month, which was in line with analysts' expectations.

    Private consumption increased by 0.2% over last month after an increase of 0.3% in the previous month, which was equal to the estimates of economists.

    Personal Income in the United States rose last month to 0.5% and predicted to grow by 0.3%.

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    The US trade deficit rose in September to 41.8 billion dollars from 38.7 billion dollars. Analysts had expected to remain unchanged.

    Prelim Non Farm Productivity in the US has increased in the third quarter by 1.9% from 2.3% in the previous quarter and expected to rise 1.3 %.

    The report also showed that unit labor costs fell 0.6% in the third quarter from the 0.0% in the previous quarter while the predicted growth of 1.1%.

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    good signs for the economy, unemployment claims are trending down at the same time that productivity and labor costs are improving.

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    Empire State Manufacturing index fell in October to minus 2.2 points from 1.5 in the previous month, while economists predicted growth of 5.2 points.

    Index of import prices in the U.S. fell in October to minus 0.7% from 0.1% the previous month, while analysts expected drop to minus 0.4%.

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    Consumer price inflation in the US fell in October by 0.1% and expected to rise to 0.1% after increasing 0.2% in September.

    On an annual basis a growth rate of 1% which was in line estimates. Core consumer prices, which exclude food and energy costs, rose by 0.1%, the same as with forecasts.

    Retail sales in the US rose in the third quarter by 0.4%, while the expected growth of 0.1% after falling 0.1% in September.

    Basic retailing, which excludes car sales, increased by 0.2% and it is forecast to rise 0.1% after growth of 0.3% in the previous month.

    Employment costs in the US rose in the third quarter by 0.4% and expected to rise by 0.5%, following growth of 0.5% in the previous quarter.

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    Inflation in producer prices index in the US fell in October by 0.2%, after falling 0.1% in the September. On an annual basis there was a growth rate of 0.3% which was in line with expectations.

    The numbers of new unemployed in the US fell last week by 21,000 to 323,000 from 344,000 while analysts predicted a decline of 11,0000 to 333,000.

    Primary producer prices rose 0.2% in October, while the expected growth of 0.1%, following an increase of 0.1% in September.

    Manufacturing PMI rose to 54.3 points from 51.8 points in the previous month while economists had predicted the growth of 52.6 points.

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    Number of building permits in the U.S. rose in October, the fastest pace in five years, which has strengthened the prospects for economic recovery.

    U.S. Department of Commerce announced that the number of building permits issued in October rose by 6.2% to 1.03 million units from 0.970 million in September. Analysts had expected decline in 0.940 million units.

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    Final Manufacturing PMI expanded in November in the US to 54.7 index points from 54.3, which was in line with forecasts of economists.

    Construction Spending fell in November to minus 0.3% from 0.6% in the previous month, while analysts had predicted a rise to 0.5%.

    ISM Manufacturing PMI rose to 57.4 index points from 56.4 points in the previous month, while economists expected a rise to 55. 2 points.

    ISM Manufacturing Prices fell in November to 52.5 index points from 55.5 points in the previous month, while analysts had predicted a rise to 55.0 points.

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    U.S. trade deficit fell in October to 40.6 billion dollars from 43.0 billion in September, while economists had expected a reduction to $ 40.3 billion. The data show that U.S. exports totaled 192.70 billion U.S. dollars in October, while imports were 233.31 billion dollars.

    Employment in the U.S. private sector outside agriculture, grew in November to 215,000 persons from 184,000, while the expected increase of 172,000.

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