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  • Calendar event / 55 minutes ago

    DE Provisional CPI

    forecast
    actual
    Med CPI Monthly Preliminary
    +0.5%
    +0.5%
    Med CPI Yearly Preliminary
    +0.3%
    +0.3%
    Med EU-Harmonized CPI (Mon)
    +0.5%
    +0.5%
    Med EU-Harmonized CPI (Year)
    +0.1%
    +0.1%
  • Calendar event / 4 hours ago

    DE Bavaria CPI

    forecast
    actual
    Low MoM Pct Change (Current Period)
    +0.5%
    Low YoY Pct Change (Current Period)
    +0.5%
  • Calendar event / 4 hours ago

    DE Hesse CPI

    forecast
    actual
    Low MoM Pct Change (Current Period)
    +0.4%
    Low YoY Pct Change (Current Period)
    +0.2%
  • Calendar event / 4 hours ago

    DE Brandenburg CPI

    forecast
    actual
    Low MoM Pct Change (Current Period)
    +0.5%
    Low YoY Pct Change (Current Period)
    +0.2%
  • Calendar event / 5 hours ago

    DE Saxony CPI

    forecast
    actual
    Low MoM Pct Change (Current Period)
    +0.5%
    Low YoY Pct Change (Current Period)
    +0.5%
  • Article / 6 hours ago

    Market Open: Raft of economic releases in the mix

    TradingFloor.com Team / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Market Open: Raft of economic releases in the mix
    Market participants will keep a close eye on German consumer price inflation data as well as Eurozone consumer and economic confidence indicators. Against the backdrop of Friday’s weaker-than-expected US economic growth data in the fourth quarter, traders now look forward to personal consumption and pending home sales data.
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  • Article / 6 hours ago

    3 Numbers: EU business mood fragile; US personal income; US home sales

    editor/analyst / CapitalSpectator.com
    United States
    3 Numbers: EU business mood fragile; US personal income; US home sales
    There are hopes that the upbeat mood among Eurozone consumers could spread. Today's business sentiment data will reveal is that is the case. Meanwhile in the US, income and spending, along with PCE inflation, are likely to stay muted in today’s February release. Even a minor rise in pending home sales will be greeted as a sign that the US is recovering from its winter slumber.
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