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Wednesday, 26 June 2019 19:48 WIB

Orders for U.S. durable goods fell in May for the third time in four months, held down by a canceled deal for Boeing™s troubled 737 Max jet. Yet business investment perked up in a somewhat reassuring sign that companies haven™t frozen spending amid a tense trade fight with China and signs of a slower U.S. economy. Orders for long-lasting goods slid 1.3% last month, the government said Wednesday. Economists polled by MarketWatch had forecast a 1% decline. Orders in April were also weaker than initially reported. Yet if cars and planes are stripped out, orders actually rose 0.3% in April...

RECENT NEWS
US: Consumer confidence deteriorates in June, USD edges lower
Tuesday, 25 June 2019 21:20 WIB | Ekonomi AS

The monthly Consumer Confidence Survey published by the Conference Board today revealed that the consumer confidence weakened in June with the headline Confidence Index dropping to 121.5 in June from 131.3 in May. Other data from the U.S. revealed that new home sales in May contracted by 7.8% to fall short of the market expectation for an increase of 1.9%.  With the initial reaction, the US Dollar Index edged lower and was last seen down 0.04% on the day at 95.96. Nevertheless, technically oversold conditions don't seem to be allowing the index to push lower. Source : FXstreet

German Services Hold Up Output as Manufacturers Struggle
Friday, 21 June 2019 14:53 WIB | Ekonomi Jerman PMI

Output from Germany's private sector remained unchanged in June, as a decline in manufacturing was offset by continued growth in services. A flash reading of the country's composite Purchasing Managers' Index stayed at 52.6 in June, IHS Markit said on Friday, a slightly better reading than economists had forecast. Manufacturing production contracted for the fifth month in a row, while services continued their strong expansion. A gauge of new export business picked up slightly, despite remaining below the key 50 level that indicates expansion. Expectations for output growth were...

UK Retail Sales Arrive at -0.5% m/m in May, Meet Estimates
Thursday, 20 June 2019 15:54 WIB | UK Retail Sales

The UK retail sales came in at -0.5% over the month in May vs. -0.5% expected and -0.1% previous. The core retail sales stripping the auto motor fuel sales stood at -0.3% m/m vs. -0.5% expected and -0.3% previous. On an annualized basis, the UK retail sales rose 2.3% in May versus 2.7% expected while the core retail sales also advanced 2.2% in the reported month versus 4.7% previous and 2.5% expectations. Source : FX Street

U.K. Inflation Returns to BOE Target on Air Fares, Car Prices
Wednesday, 19 June 2019 15:53 WIB | UK Inflation

Falling air fares and car prices saw U.K. inflation return to the Bank of Englands target last month. Consumer prices rose 2% from a year earlier, down from 2.1% in April, the Office for National Statistics said Wednesday. Core inflation slowed to 1.7% from 1.8%. Air fares, which surged in an Easter-related boost in April, fell 5.2% in May compared with a 10% increase a year earlier. Vehicle prices declined 0.3%, and there was also downward pressure from the cost of auto fuel, which rose less than it did last May. Upward pressures came from rising prices for games, toys, hobbies,...

Retail sales look strong, with a solid gain in May and upward revision to prior month
Friday, 14 June 2019 19:50 WIB | Retail Sales Ekonomi AS

Reports of the death of the American consumer were greatly exaggerated as the May retail sales data rose at a solid pace and the decline in the prior month was revised to show a gain. Retail sales increased 0.5% in May, with broad-based gains, the Commerce Department said Friday. Economists polled by MarketWatch had forecast a solid 0.7% gain. There was a big rise in auto sales, but the even when that was stripped out, retail sales rose 0.5%, the government said. Almost all categories showed gains in May. The only decline were food and beverage stores, department stores, miscellaneous...

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UNITED STATES
U.S. Trade Deficit Narrows as Exports, Imports Both Plummet
Thursday, 6 June 2019 19:54 WIB

The U.S. trade deficit narrowed in April as both exports and imports tumbled, highlighting the impact of President Donald Trump™s tariffs even before negotiations with China unraveled and he...

EUROPE
German Services Hold Up Output as Manufacturers Struggle
Friday, 21 June 2019 14:53 WIB

Output from Germany's private sector remained unchanged in June, as a decline in manufacturing was offset by continued growth in services. A flash reading of the country's composite Purchasing...

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