21.05.2022
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Weekly Economic & Financial Commentary: April Economic Data Show Resilient US Economy:

Summary United States: April Economic Data Show Resilient US Economy US retail sales topped expectations in April, while industrial production also grew more rapidly than economists expected. Data on housing starts, home sales and homebuilder sentiment, however, showed tentative signs of cooling. Next week: New Home Sales (Tue), Durable Goods (Wed), Personal Income & Spending… […]

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* Poland April Industrial Production Up 13.0% …

Poland April Industrial Production Up 13.0% Y / Y, Down 11.3% M / M

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* Poland April Average Gross Wages Up 2.8% Y / Y …

Poland April Average Gross Wages Up 2.8% Y / Y, 0.2% M / M

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* Taiwan April Export Orders Down 5.5% On Year …

Taiwan April Export Orders Down 5.5% On Year, Consensus + 8.3%

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* Malaysia April Exports Up 20.7% On Year, Con …

Malaysia April Exports Up 20.7% On Year, Consensus 19.7%

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* Malaysia April Imports Up 22.0% On Year, Con …

Malaysia April Imports Up 22.0% On Year, Consensus 22.0%

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* Australia Unemployment Rate 3.9% In April; 4 …

Australia Unemployment Rate 3.9% In April; 4,000 Jobs Added

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Australia Jobless Rate Eases To 3.9% In April …

The unemployment rate in Australia came in at a seasonally adjusted 3.9 percent in April, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said on Thursday – in line with expectations and down from 4.0 percent in March. The Australian economy added 4,000 jobs last month – well shy of expectations for the additional of 30,000 jobs following […]

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Malta HICP Inflation Accelerates In April

Malta’s EU measure of inflation accelerated further in April, data from the National Statistics Office showed on Wednesday. The harmonized index of consumer prices, or HICP, increased 5.4 percent year-on-year in April, faster than the 4.5 percent rise in March. Prices for food and non-alcoholic beverages grew the most by, 9.0 percent annually in April […]

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