New Zealand Manufacturing Volume Declines 12%

The volume of total manufacturing sales in New Zealand tumbled 12 percent on year in the second quarter of 2020, Statistics New Zealand said on Wednesday.Original Article Read More →

Dollar Retreats From 4-week High, Loses Ground Against Most Of Its Peers

The U.S. dollar turned easy on Thursday, retreating from a four-week high it had touched a session earlier, as the euro strengthened amid optimism about economic recovery, and the pound sterling gained after the European Union signaled its willingness Read More →

New Zealand August Electronic Retail Card Spending Sinks 7.9%

The value of retail electronic card transactions in New Zealand dropped a seasonally adjusted 7.9 percent on month in August, Statistics New Zealand said on Thursday - following the 1.2 percent increase in July.Original Article Read More →

China Inflation Slows; PPI Falls At Slower Pace

China's inflation eased in August on slowing pork price growth and factory gate prices continued to decline, but the pace of drop slowed from the last year. Consumer price inflation slowed to 2.4 percent in August from 2.7 percent in Read More →

Germany’s Exports Rise For Third Month

Germany's exports expanded for the third straight month in July but the rate of growth moderated more-than-expected, data from Destatis revealed Tuesday. Exports climbed 4.7 percent on month in July, slower than the 14.9 percent increase in June. This was Read More →

U.S. Manufacturing Activity Expands At Faster Rate In August

Manufacturing activity in the U.S. expanded at a faster rate in the month of August, the Institute for Supply Management revealed in a report on Tuesday. The ISM said its purchasing managers index rose to 56.0 in August from 54.2 Read More →