On this week news about the US wage growth, the UK Consumer Borrowing and the Chinese PMI data reignite stimulus
On this week news about the UK Inflation, the collapse in UK retail sales and PMI readings likely to be flattered
On the week beginning on 14th March news about the Bank of England rates, FOMC monetary policy decision and the inflation within UK and EZ
The week beginning on 07th March we look at the UK MoM GDP for January set to underwhelm, the Chinese PPI and Inflation and ECB monetary policy statement
On the week beginning on 28th February, we look at the Eurozone inflation, the US wage growth and the Australian GDP expansion.
News for 21st February on the Flash PMI numbers from UK, US and EU, the French Inflation and PPI readings and US Personal Spending
News for 14th February on the Australian Central Bank, the UK Inflation to underline cost of living and the US Building Permits
The news for 07th February on US & Australian consumer confidence, UK Q4 GDP ought to be flattered and the expectation on the US inflation
On the week commencing 31st January: ECB and Bank of England, the US wage growth data and the UK consumer borrowing
On the week commencing 24th January: US rate call could irk monetary policy, German employment data and UK CBI data
Weekly Economic Report of 17th January on the UK consumer and wage growth. Also, the US home sales tipped to fall but remain ahead of average
In our Weekly Economic Report of 10th January starts with news about the US Inflation, the UK GDP bounce in November and Eurozone unemployment
The first week of 2022 starts with news about the spiralling Eurozone PPI, the US wage growth and the expectancy about the UK consumer borrowing
In the last week of 2021, our Economic Report for 27 of December: the Market holidays pave way for quiet few days; the US House Price growth; and transactions set to remain upbeat and the impact of the end of the stamp duty over the UK House Prices.
In this weekly Economic Report for 20h of December, the Eurozone Consumer Confidence set to slide amidst resurgence of COVID cases, the UK Consumer Confidence also set to be eroded and strong US labour market likely to keep Personal Spending upbeat despite prospect of rate hikes.
In our weekly Economic Report for 13h of December, BoE, Federal Reserve and ECB to all provide monetary policy updates; UK Retail Sales eyed to see if growth here can outstrip inflation; and the UK employment data could underline success of government furlough scheme.
In this week’s Economic Report for December 06h, the Bank of England speech may offer clues over timing of rate hike; a jump in Chinese Producer Price Index will sustain inflation threat globally; and the US Consumer Credit set to post further growth.
UK retail borrowing data could underline lack of confidence amongst consumersEurozone inflation data could raise concerns if unemployment rate plateausWill US wage growth show signs of slowdown The week kicks off with the Bank of England’s Consumer Credit data for...
US Durable Goods orders set to return to positive territoryWeakness in German PMI data could cause fresh headaches for the ECBUK house price growth could heap more pressure on BoE to hike rates After a quiet start to the week, Tuesday sees the publication of the flash...
Chinese Retail Sales could show world’s second largest economy slowingFirst UK employment data following closure of furlough scheme to be releasedEurozone employment slowdown could raise questions over ECB stance Monday morning sees the publication of Chinese Retail...