Guardian Stockbrokers Key Economic News Wednesday 11 Nov 2015

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French industrial production surprisingly rose in September

Industrial production unexpectedly rose 0.10% on a monthly basis in September, in France, compared to a revised advance of 1.70% in the previous month. Market anticipation was for industrial production to fall 0.40%.

French manufacturing production remained unchanged in September

On a MoM basis in September, manufacturing production remained steady in France, higher than market expectations for a fall of 0.50%. In the prior month, manufacturing production had risen 2.20%.

Italian industrial production rose less than expected in September

In September on a YoY basis, the working day adjusted industrial production in Italy rose 1.70%, lower than market expectations for an advance of 2.30%. In the previous month, industrial production had registered a rise of 1.00%.

Italian industrial production advanced less than expected in September

On a MoM basis, the seasonally adjusted industrial production advanced 0.20% in Italy, in September, less than market expectations for a rise of 0.60%. In the prior month, industrial production had dropped 0.50%.

Italian industrial production registered a rise in September

The non-seasonally adjusted industrial production registered a rise of 1.70% on a YoY basis, in September, in Italy. Industrial production had advanced 4.10% in the prior month.

Swiss unemployment rate steadied in October

The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained steady at a level of 3.40% in Switzerland, in October. Markets were anticipating unemployment rate to remain unchanged.

Swiss unemployment rate climbed in October

In October, the non-seasonally adjusted unemployment rate climbed to 3.30% in Switzerland, compared to a level of 3.20% in the previous month. Markets were expecting unemployment rate to rise to 3.30%.

US export price index slid in October

On a YoY basis, the export price index fell 6.70% in the US, in October. In the previous month, the export price index had registered a drop of 7.40%.

US Redbook index recored a rise in the last week

On a monthly basis, the seasonally adjusted Redbook index in the US climbed 0.80% in the week ended 06 November 2015. The Redbook index had advanced 0.10% in the prior week.

US wholesale inventories climbed more than expected in September

Wholesale inventories in the US increased 0.5% in September, following an upwardly revised gain of 0.3% in the preceding month. Analysts had forecasted wholesale inventories to remain unchanged in September.

US Redbook index climbed in the last week

The Redbook index climbed 1.10% on an annual basis, in the week ended 06 November 2015, in the US. In the previous week, the Redbook index had recorded a rise of 1.90%.

US export price index registered a drop in October

In October, on a MoM basis, the export price index dropped 0.20% in the US. The export price index had registered a revised drop of 0.60% in the prior month.

US import price index fell more than expected in October

On a MoM basis, in the US, the import price index slid 0.50% in October, higher than market expectations for a fall of 0.10%. The import price index had fallen by a revised 0.60% in the previous month.

US import price index dropped more than expected in October

In the US, the import price index slid 10.50% on an annual basis in October, higher than market expectations for a drop of 9.40%. In the previous month, the import price index had dropped by a revised 11.30%.

US small business optimism index steadied in October

The small business optimism index remained steady at a level of 96.10 in October, in the US. Markets were expecting the small business optimism index to advance to a level of 96.40.

Japanese corporate bankruptcies slid in October

In Japan, corporate bankruptcies registered a drop of 7.25% on a YoY basis, in October. In the prior month, corporate bankruptcies had dropped 18.62%.

Japanese money supply M2+CD advanced less than expected in October

On a YoY basis, money supply M2+CD in Japan registered a rise of 3.60% in October, compared to an advance of 3.80% in the previous month. Market expectation was for money supply M2+CD to rise 3.80%.

Japanese Eco Watchers Survey for current situation recorded a rise in October

Compared to a reading of 47.50 in the previous month Eco Watchers Survey for the current situation in Japan advanced to 48.20 in October. Market expectation was for Eco Watchers Survey for the current situation to advance to 48.00.

Japanese M3 money supply rose less than expected in October

M3 money supply advanced 2.90% in Japan on a YoY basis in October, less than market expectations for an advance of 3.10%. In the previous month, M3 money supply had registered a rise of 3.10%.

Japanese Eco Watchers Survey for future outlook steadied in October

Eco Watchers Survey for the future outlook in Japan remained unchanged at 49.10 in October. Markets were expecting Eco Watchers Survey for the future outlook to rise to a level of 49.30.

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