Trump's ratings slightly down after Ukraine scandal as Warren surges to tie Biden in Democratic polls
About two weeks since a transcript of Donald Trumps phone conversation with the Ukrainian president was revealed, his approval with all polls in the FiveThirtyEight aggregate is 41.6% and his disapproval is 54.0%. Trumps...
U.S. import prices rise modestly in September on surge in petroleum, underlying trend stays weak
U.S. import prices rose modestly in September, owing to surge in petroleum. Sequentially, import prices rose 0.2 percent, driven by 2.3 percent rise in petroleum. Stripping petroleum, import prices dropped 0.1 percent...
Canadian employment rise above expectations in September, jobless rate falls to 5.5 pct
Canadian employment rose above expectations in September. Canada created 53.7k jobs, as compared with the median consensus expectations of 7.5k. The six month employment trend now stands at a strong 40.4k clip. The jobless...
German consumer prices eased year-on-year in September on fall in energy product prices
German consumer prices came in at 1.2 percent year-on-year in September. According to the Federal Statistical Office, the inflation rate as measured by the consumer price index decreased again, with the prior months...
U.S. Treasuries plunge as investors turn risk-takers following hopes of positive trade talks
The U.S. Treasuries plunged during Fridays afternoon session following resumption of talks between the United States and China in Washington yesterday and markets are hopeful of a positive outcome soon on the trade...
German bunds trade steady after September CPI remains flat m/m, unchanged y/y
The German bunds remained steady during European session of the last trading day of the week Friday following a flat reading of the countrys consumer price inflation (CPI) for the month of September month-on-month, while...
CBR highlights downside risks to inflation; 25bp rate cut unlikely to weaken the ruble, says Commerzbank
The Central Bank of Russias (CBR) Governor Elvira Nabiullina spoke at a conference yesterday where she highlighted downside risks to inflation and the additional room now available for CBR to cut rates faster, according to...
Weak U.S. growth outlook provides Fed flexibility to offer more “insurance” rate cuts, says ING Economics
Weak growth outlook in the United States is providing the Federal Reserve the flexibility to offer more insurance rate cuts, according to the latest research report from ING Economics.
US headline inflation was flat on...