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U.S. Trade Deficit Narrows More Than Expected To $49.3 Billion In November

A government shutdown-delayed report released by the Commerce Department on Wednesday showed the U.S. trade deficit narrowed by much more than anticipated in the month of November.Original Article Read More →

Dollar Steady Against Peers

The U.S. dollar is higher against most major currencies on Wednesday, amid signs growth in the world's largest economy is well on track.Original Article Read More →

Eurozone Retail Sales Fall Most In Over 7-1/2 Years

Eurozone retail sales decreased at the fastest pace in over seven-and-a-half years in December, driven by sharp decline in sales of non-food items such as clothing and footwear and internet purchases. Retail sales, excluding automobile trade, declined 1.6 percent from Read More →

U.S. Non-Manufacturing Index Drops More Than Expected In January

Activity in the U.S. service sector grew at a slower rate in the month of January, according to a report released by the Institute for Supply Management on Tuesday.Original Article Read More →

U.S. New Home Sales Show Substantial Rebound In November

In its first report since the end of the government shutdown, the Commerce Department showed new home sales in the U.S. rebounded sharply in the month of November. The report released Thursday showed new home sales soared by 16.9 percent Read More →

France Economic Growth Stable In Q4 On Foreign Trade Support

France's economic growth remained steady in the fourth quarter of 2018, supported by foreign trade, while domestic demand slowed, amid disruptions to activity caused by the "yellow vests" protests. Gross domestic product grew 0.3 percent quarter-on-quarter, same as in the Read More →