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Australia Unemployment Rate Falls To 4.9% In February

The jobless rate in Australia came in at a seasonally adjusted 4.9 percent in February, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said on Thursday – beneath expectations for 5.0 percent, which would have been unchanged from the January reading. Read Full ...

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New Zealand Q4 GDP Advances 0.6%

New Zealand’s gross domestic product expanded a seasonally adjusted 0.6 percent on quarter in the fourth quarter of 2018, Statistics New Zealand said on Thursday. Read Full Story

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UK Inflation Unexpectedly Accelerates In February

UK consumer price inflation unexpectedly accelerated in February for the first time in six months, led by higher prices for food and alcohol, while house price inflation was the weakest in nearly six years at the start of the year. ...

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Dollar Stays Weak Ahead Of Fed Policy

The U.S. dollar exhibited weakness on Tuesday, extending recent declines, amid concerns about the economy and on speculation that the Federal Reserve will continue to maintain a dovish policy stance. Read Full Story

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U.S. Factory Orders Show Slight Uptick In January

With a drop in orders for non-durable goods partly offsetting an increase in orders for durable goods, the Commerce Department released a report on Tuesday showing new orders for U.S. manufactured goods edged only slightly higher in the month of ...

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German ZEW Investor Confidence Highest In A Year

Germany’s investor confidence rose sharply in March, reversing a steep fall in the previous month, to its highest level in a year, survey data from the ZEW – Leibniz Centre for European Economic Research showed on Tuesday. The ZEW Indicator ...

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Dollar Exhibits Weakness Again

The U.S. dollar exhibited weakness against most major currencies on Monday, extending losses from previous session, amid speculation the Federal Reserve will sound dovish this week after concluding its monetary policy meeting on Wednesday. Read Full Story

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