Market news that dominate the beginning of 2020.

US jobs report, Eurozone inflation and retail sales, ISM non-manufacturing PMI, trade balance and factory orders in US, Chinese CPI and PPI numbers and industrial data from Germany will dominate the market. In US, after two consecutive months of declines, factory orders rose by 0.3% m/m in October. ...
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News that will dominate the week ahead.

US jobs report, central bank meetings from Canada and Australia, OPEC Meeting, final PMI prints from Eurozone and UK, ISM manufacturing PMI in US, and the release of Q3 GDP figure in Australia will dominate the market. In US, the ISM manufacturing PMI is out on Monday and is forecast to rise from 48...
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What you need to know for the week ahead.

US jobs report, factory orders and non-manufacturing PMI, Brexit, central bank meetings from RBA and BoC, Eurozone retail sales, Germany’s industrial orders and output figures for July and Australian Q2 GDP and retail sales will dominate the week. In US, the non-manufacturing PMI, which makes up t...
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UK economy rebounds in first quarter.

The UK economy picked up in the first three months of the year after manufacturers’ stockpiling ahead of Brexit helped to boost growth. Growth was 0.5% in the quarter, up from 0.2% in the previous three months, the Office for National Statistics said. The manufacturing sector grew at its faste...
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News that dominate this week.

US earnings, US-China trade talks, US jobs report, central bank meetings from Fed and BoE, Eurozone GDP and inflation, US price index and manufacturing PMIs across the globe will dominate the week. In US, Fed is expected to hold interest rates steady. While Fed chair Powell is expected to acknowledg...
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