Guardian Stockbrokers Key Economic News Wednesday 18 Nov 2015

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UK PPI core output registered an unexpected drop in October

The non-seasonally adjusted producer price index (PPI) core output unexpectedly dropped 0.10% on a monthly basis in October, in the UK, compared to an advance of 0.10% in the previous month. Market anticipation was for PPI core output to remain flat.

UK retail price index ex-mort int. payments advanced less than expected in October

In October, the retail price index ex-mort int. payments registered a rise of 0.80% in the UK, on an annual basis, less than market expectations for a rise of 0.90%. The retail price index ex-mort int. payments had climbed 0.90% in the prior month.

UK house price index rose more than expected in September

In September, the house price index rose 6.10% in the UK on a YoY basis, higher than market expectations for an advance of 5.40%. The house price index had registered a revised rise of 5.50% in the previous month.

UK retail price index slid in October

In October, the retail price index dropped, on MoM basis, to a level of 259.50 in the UK. In the prior month, the retail price index had recorded a level of 259.60.

UK output PPI remained unchanged in October

In October, on a monthly basis, the non-seasonally adjusted output PPI in the UK remained steady, higher than market expectations for a drop of 0.10%. Output PPI had registered a drop of 0.10% in the previous month.

UK retail price index advanced less than expected in October

In the UK, the retail price index rose 0.70% on an annual basis in October, lower than market expectations for a rise of 0.90%. The retail price index had recorded a rise of 0.80% in the prior month.

UK core CPI rose more than expected in October

In October, the core CPI (CPI) recorded a rise of 1.10% on an annual basis in the UK, higher than market expectations for an advance of 1.00%. In the prior month, the core CPI had climbed 1.00%.

UK input PPI rose as expected in October

In the UK, the non-seasonally adjusted input PPI advanced 0.20% in October on a MoM basis, compared to a revised advance of 0.50% in the prior month. Markets were expecting input PPI to climb 0.20%.

UK CPI rose as expected in October

The CPI climbed 0.10% in the UK, on a monthly basis in October, meeting market expectations. In the prior month, the CPI had recorded a drop of 0.10%.

UK CPI dropped as expected in October

The CPI in the UK registered a drop of 0.10% on a YoY basis in October, at par with market expectations. In the previous month, the CPI had registered a similar fall.

UK output PPI fell less than expected in October

On an annual basis, the non-seasonally adjusted output PPI dropped 1.30% in October, in the UK, lower than market expectations for a drop of 1.40%. In the previous month, output PPI had dropped 1.80%.

UK input PPI declined more than expected in October

The non-seasonally adjusted input PPI in the UK eased 12.10% in October on an annual basis, compared to a revised fall of 13.40% in the prior month. Market expectation was for input PPI to fall 12.00%.

UK PPI core output rose less than expected in October

In October, on a YoY basis, the non-seasonally adjusted PPI core output registered a rise of 0.30% in the UK, compared to an advance of 0.20% in the prior month. Markets were expecting PPI core output to advance 0.40%.

Euro-zone new car registrations in EU 27 countries advanced in October

In the Euro-zone, new car registrations in the EU 27 countries advanced 2.90% in October on an annual basis. In the previous month, new car registrations in the EU 27 countries had registered a rise of 9.80%.

Euro-zone economic sentiment index fell in November

The economic sentiment index eased to 28.30 in November, in the Eurozone. In the prior month, the economic sentiment index had recorded a reading of 30.10.

German current situation index declined unexpectedly in November

In Germany, the current situation index dropped unexpectedly to 54.40 in November, lower than market expectations of an unchanged reading. In the prior month, the current situation index had registered a reading of 55.20.

German economic sentiment index climbed in November

In November, the economic sentiment index recorded a rise to 10.40 in Germany, compared to a reading of 1.90 in the previous month. Markets were expecting the economic sentiment index to climb to a level of 6.00.

Italian trade surplus rose in September

(EU countries) trade surplus in Italy expanded to €0.76 billion in September, from a trade surplus of €0.47 billion in the previous month.

US CPI (ex-food & energy) advanced as expected in October

On a MoM basis, the CPI (ex-food & energy) climbed 0.20% in the US, in October, compared to a similar rise in the prior month. Market anticipation was for the CPI (ex-food & energy) to advance 0.20%.

US CPI recorded a drop in October

Compared to a reading of 237.95 in the previous month, the non-seasonally adjusted CPI recorded a drop to 237.84 in October, in the US. Markets were expecting the CPI to drop to a level of 237.74.

US housing market index eased in November

The housing market index dropped to 62.00 in the US, in November, compared to a revised level of 65.00 in the previous month. Markets were anticipating the housing market index to ease to 64.00.

US net treasury international capital (TIC) long term purchases recorded a rise in September

In September, net treasury international capital (TIC) long term purchases in the US rose to a level of $33.60 billion. Net treasury international capital (TIC) long term purchases had recorded a revised level of $20.80 billion in the prior month.

US mortgage foreclosures recorded a drop in 3Q 2015

Compared to a reading of 2.09% in the prior quarter mortgage foreclosures registered a drop to 1.88% in the US, in 3Q 2015.

US CPI (ex-food & energy) rose as expected in October

The CPI (ex-food & energy) rose 1.90% on a YoY basis in October, in the US, compared to a similar rise in the previous month. Market anticipation was for the CPI (ex-food & energy) to rise 1.90%.

US Redbook index recorded a rise in the last week

The seasonally adjusted Redbook index rose 0.80% on a monthly basis in the US, in the week ended 13 November 2015. In the prior week, the Redbook index had registered a similar rise.

US mortgage delinquencies dropped in 3Q 2015

Mortgage delinquencies in the US recorded a drop to 4.99% in 3Q 2015, compared to a reading of 5.30% in the prior quarter.

US manufacturing production advanced more than expected in October

In the US, manufacturing production registered a rise of 0.40% on a monthly basis in October, higher than market expectations for a rise of 0.20%. In the previous month, manufacturing production had recorded a drop of 0.10%.

US capacity utilisation recorded a drop in October

In October, capacity utilisation recorded a drop to 77.50% in the US, compared to a revised reading of 77.70% in the prior month. Market expectation was for capacity utilisation to drop to a level of 77.50%.

US total net TIC flows registered a decline in September

Total net TIC flows recorded a drop to $175.10 billion in September, in the US. In the prior month, total net TIC flows had recorded a revised reading of $8.50 billion.

US CPI advanced as expected in October

The CPI advanced 0.20% on a MoM basis in the US, in October, compared to a drop of 0.20% in the previous month. Market expectation was for the CPI to advance 0.20%.

US CPI advanced more than expected in October

In October, on an annual basis, the CPI in the US climbed 0.20%, more than market expectations for an advance of 0.10%. In the prior month, the CPI had recorded an unchanged reading.

US industrial production surprisingly dropped in October

Industrial production in the US recorded an unexpected drop of 0.20% on a monthly basis in October, lower than market expectations for an advance of 0.10%. In the prior month, industrial production had registered a similar fall.

US Redbook index advanced in the last week

The Redbook index recorded a rise of 1.20% on an annual basis in the US, in the week ended 13 November 2015. The Redbook index had climbed 1.10% in the previous week.

US core CPI advanced in October

In October, the seasonally adjusted core CPI in the US recorded a rise to 243.70, compared to market expectations of an advance to 243.74. In the previous month, the core CPI had registered a reading of 243.21.

Chinese house price index rose in October

On an annual basis, the house price index in China climbed 0.10% in October. In the prior month, the house price index had registered a drop of 0.90%.

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