Guardian Stockbrokers Key Economic News Monday 16 Nov 2015

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UK Rightmove house price index fell in November

The Rightmove house price index fell 1.30% on a monthly basis in the UK, in November. The Rightmove house price index had climbed 0.60% in the previous month.

UK construction output declined more than expected in September

Construction output eased 1.60% on a YoY basis in September, in the UK, compared to a revised drop of 0.60% in the previous month. Market anticipation was for construction output to drop 0.40%.

UK Rightmove house price index rose in November

In the UK, the Rightmove house price index registered a rise of 6.20% in November on an annual basis. In the prior month, the Rightmove house price index had recorded a rise of 5.60%.

Euro-zone GDP rose less than expected in 3Q 2015

The seasonally adjusted flash gross domestic product (GDP) recorded a rise of 0.30% in the Euro-zone on a quarterly basis in 3Q 2015, less than market expectations for a rise of 0.40%. GDP had climbed 0.40% in the prior quarter.

Euro-zone trade surplus expanded in September

In September, the non-seasonally adjusted trade surplus in the Eurozone expanded to €20.50 billion, compared to a trade surplus of €11.20 billion in the prior month. Market anticipation was for the region’s a trade surplus to widen to €16.00 billion.

Euro-zone trade surplus rose in September

The seasonally adjusted trade surplus in the Euro-zone widened to €20.10 billion in September, from a revised trade surplus of €19.00 billion in the prior month. Market anticipation was for the region’s a trade surplus to widen to €19.30 billion.

German GDP advanced as expected in 3Q 2015

On an annual basis, in 3Q 2015, the non-seasonally adjusted preliminary GDP advanced 1.80% in Germany, compared to a rise of 1.60% in the prior quarter. Markets were anticipating GDP to advance 1.80%.

German GDP rose less than expected in 3Q 2015

On a YoY basis, in Germany, the working day adjusted preliminary GDP registered a rise of 1.70% in 3Q 2015, lower than market expectations for an advance of 1.80%. In the prior quarter, GDP had climbed 1.60%.

German GDP advanced as expected in 3Q 2015

The seasonally adjusted preliminary GDP registered a rise of 0.30% on a quarterly basis in 3Q 2015, in Germany, compared to a rise of 0.40% in the previous quarter. Markets were anticipating GDP to rise 0.30%.

French GDP rose as expected in 3Q 2015

In France, the preliminary GDP rose 0.30% on a quarterly basis in 3Q 2015, meeting market expectations. In the previous quarter, GDP had registered a flat reading.

French non-farm payrolls rose as expected in 3Q 2015

On a QoQ basis in France, the preliminary non-farm payrolls recorded a rise of 0.10% in 3Q 2015, compared to a rise of 0.20% in the prior quarter. Markets were expecting non-farm payrolls to climb 0.10%.

Italian consumer price index rose as expected in October

In Italy, the final consumer price index (CPI) registered a rise of 0.20% on a monthly basis in October, at par with market expectations. In the previous month, the CPI had registered a drop of 0.40%. The preliminary figures had also indicated an advance of 0.20%.

Italian EU normalised CPI advanced as expected in October

In October, the final EU normalised CPI rose 0.50% in Italy, on a monthly basis, at par with market expectations. The preliminary figures had also indicated an advance of 0.50%. The EU normalised CPI had registered a rise of 1.60% in the previous month.

Italian GDP rose less than expected in 3Q 2015

On a QoQ basis, in Italy, the flash GDP rose 0.20% in 3Q 2015, lower than market expectations for a rise of 0.30%. In the prior quarter, the GDP had risen 0.30%.

Spanish HICP fell as expected in October

In October, the final harmonised consumer price (HICP) index slid 0.90% in Spain on a YoY basis, compared to a fall of 1.10% in the previous month. Market anticipation was for the HICP index to fall 0.90%. The preliminary figures had also indicated a drop of 0.90%.

Spanish HICP index advanced as expected in October

The final HICP climbed 0.30% on a MoM basis in Spain, in October, meeting market expectations. In the previous month, the HICP index had registered a rise of 0.40%. The preliminary figures had also recorded an advance of 0.30%.

Spanish CPI declined as expected in October

On an annual basis, the final CPI fell 0.70% in October, in Spain, at par with market expectations. The preliminary figures had also indicated a drop of 0.70%. The CPI had recorded a drop of 0.90% in the previous month.

Spanish CPI rose less than expected in October

On a monthly basis in October, the final CPI climbed 0.60% in Spain, less than market expectations for an advance of 0.70%. The CPI had recorded a drop of 0.30% in the previous month. The preliminary figures had recorded an advance of 0.70%.

Swiss producer and import price index fell less than expected in October

In October, the producer and import price index in Switzerland recorded a drop of 6.60% on a YoY basis, less than market expectations for a fall of 6.80%. In the previous month, the producer and import price index had recorded a drop of 6.80%.

Swiss producer and import price index unexpectedly advanced in October

On a monthly basis in Switzerland, the producer and import price index registered an unexpected rise of 0.20% in October, higher than market expectations for a drop of 0.20%. In the prior month, the producer and import price index had fallen 0.10%.

US producer price (ex-food & energy) surprisingly eased in October

Producer price (ex-food & energy) unexpectedly dropped 0.30% on a MoM basis in the US, in October, less than market expectations for an advance of 0.10%. In the prior month, producer price (ex-food & energy) had registered a similar fall.

US advance retail sales advanced less than expected in October

Advance retail sales in the US advanced 0.10% in October on a monthly basis, lower than market expectations for a rise of 0.30%. In the previous month, advance retail sales had recorded a revised unchanged reading.

US retail sales Control Group rose less than expected in October

In October, retail sales Control Group recorded a rise of 0.20% in the US on a MoM basis, less than market expectations for an advance of 0.40%. Retail sales Control Group had registered a revised rise of 0.10% in the previous month.

US producer price (ex-food & energy) advanced less than expected in October

In October, producer price (ex-food & energy) recorded a rise of 0.10% in the US on a YoY basis, less than market expectations for an advance of 0.50%. In the prior month, producer price (ex-food & energy) had registered a rise of 0.80%.

US retail sales (ex-auto & gas) rose less than expected in October

On a MoM basis, retail sales (ex-auto & gas) advanced 0.30% in the US, in October, lower than market expectations for a rise of 0.40%. In the previous month, retail sales (ex-auto & gas) had registered an unchanged reading.

US business inventories unexpectedly advanced in September

US business inventories surprisingly rose 0.3% in September, after inching up by a revised 0.1% in August. Markets had expected it to remain unchanged in September.

US retail sales ex-autos rise less than expected in October

Retail sales ex-autos climbed 0.20% in the US on a MoM basis in October, compared to a revised fall of 0.40% in the previous month. Markets were anticipating retail sales ex-autos to rise 0.40%.

US Reuters/Michigan consumer sentiment index recorded a rise in November

In November, the preliminary Reuters/Michigan consumer sentiment index registered a rise to 93.10 in the US, compared to market expectations of a rise to 91.50. The Reuters/Michigan consumer sentiment index had recorded a level of 90.00 in the prior month.

US producer price unexpectedly declined in October

In October, on a MoM basis, producer price in the US recorded an unexpected drop of 0.40%, compared to a drop of 0.50% in the prior month. Market expectation was for producer price to advance 0.20%.

US producer price declined more than expected in October

On an annual basis in the US, producer price recorded a drop of 1.60% in October, compared to a fall of 1.10% in the prior month. Markets were expecting producer price to drop 1.20%.

Japanese GDP deflator rose in 3Q 2015

On an annual basis, the flash gross domestic product deflator rose 2.00% in 3Q 2015, in Japan. The GDP deflator had climbed 1.50% in the previous quarter.

Japanese industrial production fell in September

The final industrial production in Japan registered a drop of 0.80% on a YoY basis, in September. Industrial production had dropped 0.40% in the prior month. The preliminary figures had indicated a fall of 0.90%.

Japanese industrial production advanced in September

The final industrial production in Japan rose 1.10% on a MoM basis, in September. Industrial production had fallen 1.20% in the previous month. The preliminary figures had recorded a rise of 1.00%.

Japanese tertiary industry index surprisingly eased in September

On a monthly basis, in September, the tertiary industry index registered an unexpected drop of 0.40% in Japan, less than market expectations for a rise of 0.10%. In the prior month, the tertiary industry index had risen 0.10%.

Japanese nominal GDP remained steady in 3Q 2015

The preliminary nominal GDP in Japan remained unchanged on a QoQ basis, in 3Q 2015. In the prior quarter, nominal GDP had advanced 0.10%.

Japanese GDP fell in 3Q 2015

In Japan, the preliminary GDP slid 0.20% on a QoQ basis, in 3Q 2015. GDP had registered a revised similar fall in the prior quarter.

Japanese annualised GDP dropped in 3Q 2015

On a QoQ basis, the preliminary annualised GDP recorded a drop of 0.80% in 3Q 2015, in Japan. Annualised GDP had registered a drop of 1.20% in the prior quarter.

Japanese capacity utilisation climbed in September

Capacity utilisation registered a rise of 1.50% on a monthly basis, in September, in Japan. In the prior month, capacity utilisation had registered a drop of 0.90%.

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