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Chart of the Day Series

Chart of the Day: NATO spending

Mar 22, 2017 17:28 pm UTC| Commentary

This Bloomberg analysis shows only five countries as of now meet the 2 percent spending requirement criterion. No wonder, President Trump is upset that leader Germany would meet the required goal in the next seven...

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Chart of the Day: Curve trouble

Mar 20, 2017 17:25 pm UTC| Commentary Economy

The real estate sectorin China is facing a threat from interest curve, which has taken a turn for the upside as the Peoples Bank of China (PBoC) shifted its monetary policy stance in response to interest rate increases...

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Chart of the Day: Forbes' effect

Mar 17, 2017 16:50 pm UTC| Commentary Central Banks

British Sterling is in for its first weekly gain since February and its biggest weekly bull run since November last year, thanks to BoE member Kristine Forbes, who surprisingly voted for a hike of 25 basis points at this...

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Chart of the Day: Dutch election

Mar 16, 2017 13:43 pm UTC| Commentary

Dutch electionhas been one of the most watched events in the past 24 hours. Everyone was fearing that the anti-Islamic, anti-euro, anti-immigration PVV party led by Geert Wilders could become the biggest winner in...

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Chart of the Day: Surprising

Mar 10, 2017 12:49 pm UTC| Commentary Economy

The US economy started surprisingin terms of economic activity since last August; hence you can see in this fantastic chart, shared by Aurelija Augulyte. However, that started waning since late December and only recently...

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Chart of the Day: Tech penetration

Mar 08, 2017 17:05 pm UTC| Commentary

It is surprising that still almost 65 percent people in Japan are considered either computer illiterateor poorly literate. The OECD average of thepercentage of adults who are computer illiterate is above 25...

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Chart of the Day: Nothing to cheer

Mar 07, 2017 18:29 pm UTC| Commentary Economy

Forex reserve in China rose for the first time in seven months; the reserve valuation back above $3 trillion. Since the summer of 2014, there have been only seven months, in which the reserves were higher than the...

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Economy

BoE, ECB unlikely to change monetary policy stances through 2017, says Lloyds Bank

Neither the Bank of England (BoE) nor the European Central Bank (ECB) is expected to change their monetary policy stances throughout the remainder of 2017. However, following their latest respective policy meetings, the...

New Zealand bonds close modestly higher after RBNZ maintains neutral policy stance

The New Zealand bonds closed modestly higher Thursday after the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) maintained a neutral policy stance at its monetary policy decision, held earlier today. The yield on the benchmark...

UK gilts climb ahead of February retail sales, BoE member Broadbent’s speech

The UK gilts climbed Wednesday as investors wait to watch the February retail sales data and the Bank of England (BoE) member Broadbents speech, scheduled to be held on March 23. Also, todays 10-year auction later in the...

CBC likely to hold rates owing to benign inflation outlook, says Scotiabank

The Central Bank of the Republic of China (Taiwan) (CBC) is expected to leave its policy rate unchanged at 1.375 percent on Thursday after the United States Federal Reserve delivered a dovish rate hike last week, given the...

New Zealand bonds close tad higher as investors shrug-off rebound in dairy prices, eye RBNZ policy decison

The New Zealand bonds closed tad higher Wednesday as investors largely shrugged-off the sharp rebound in global dairy prices at the overnight GlobalDairyTrade price auction. Also, markets are now looking forward to the...

Politics

US under Trump Series: Message from Mnuchin loud and clear

There are lots of uncertainties surrounding the new administration in the United States led by President Donald Trump. While it can be sometimes noisy surrounding Trump given the level of theatricals in the media, one can...

“Sesame Street” To Introduce Its First Autistic Muppet; Is The PBS Defunding Move Due To The Show’s Parody Of Donald Trump For Years?

Early this week, Sesame Street officially debuted its first Muppet with autism. Julia, a red-haired shy Muppet, was first introduced last year in digital form for Sesame Workshops Sesame Street and Autism: See Amazing in...

Can Silicon Valley's autocrats save democracy?

In late February, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg published an essay that laid out the social networks vision for the coming years. The 5,700-word document, immediately dubbed a manifesto, was his most...

A clarion call for a new kind of popular politics

If the rising sense of alienation from the political process is to be reversed in the long term, it will require more than a quick dose of populist rhetoric or tinkering with the way politics is organised. The British...

Rodrigo Duterte relaunches Philippine drug war despite calls for investigation

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has vowed to continue his war on drugs in spite of growing calls for an investigation into his role in it. On March 6, the Philippine government lifted its suspension on police...

Science

Complete Synthetic Genome Creation Within Reach

Genetic manipulation is an incredibly touchy subject that many scientists would love to dive into headlong, but which the rest of the world has been preventing them from doing. As a result, researchers have had to make...

The decoupling delusion: rethinking growth and sustainability

Our economy and society ultimately depend on natural resources: land, water, material (such as metals) and energy. But some scientists have recognised that there are hard limits to the amount of these resources we can use....

Scientists Create DNA Computer With Potentially Infinite Memory And Processing Capacity

One of the biggest challenges confronting humanity right now is the impending wall that technology will eventually hit when it comes to the memory and processing capacity of computers. One of the avenues that scientists...

Scientific theories aren't mere conjecture – to survive they must work

The evidence is incontrovertible. Global warming is occurring. Climate change is real, is serious and has been influenced by anthropogenic activity. The scientific evidence is clear: Global climate change caused by human...

Comets or volcanoes? Scientists are changing their mind about how the Earth's water got here

The Earth has been the blue planet for as many as 3.8 billion years. Ancient sedimentary rock deposits and lava that cooled into characteristic pillow shapes provide irrefutable evidence that liquid water has existed at...

Technology

LastPass Heads Off Critical Security Vulnerability, $110M Would Have Been Wasted

LastPass is one of the most crucial internet services in the market right now because it serves a critical purpose: saving passwords that no one can be bothered to remember. Due to the nature of its services, LastPass...

US Senate To Rob Americans Of Privacy Rights Permanently, Grants ISPs A Crack At $83B Market

The Senate, Congress, and US leaders, in general, are supposed to protect American citizens from having their rights abused. However, an upcoming vote is expected to see Senators move for the removal of legislations that...

Super Mario Run Finally Comes To Android, Still Costs $10 To Finish

People have been waiting for Super Mario Run to become available on Android devices for months now following its release on iOS devices. While its launch was marred by controversy surrounding the miscommunication...

Mass Effect: Andromeda’s Massive Emphasis On Sex, Relationship Guides Now Available

The Mass Effect franchise is known for its beautiful story, heart-warming relationships, and memorable moments with friends and crew members. Oh, and its also famous for enabling players to have intimate relations with...

Google Maps Latest Feature Could Prolong Suffering Of Abused Spouses

As if people didnt have enough ways to track each other, what with Facebook updates, messenger, texts, calls, and so on, Google Maps is also throwing its own service in the mix. In an upcoming update, users of Google Maps...
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March 23 07:45 UTC Released

FRBusiness Climate

Actual

104 %

Forecast

107 %

Previous

107 %

March 23 07:00 UTC Released

TRConsumer Confidence*

Actual

67.8 %

Forecast

Previous

65.70 %

March 23 09:30 UTC 7171m

GBRetail Sales MM

Actual

Forecast

0.4 %

Previous

-0.3 %

March 23 09:30 UTC 7171m

GBRetail Sales Ex-Fuel MM

Actual

Forecast

0.4 %

Previous

-0.2 %

March 23 09:30 UTC 7171m

GBRetail Sales YY

Actual

Forecast

2.6 %

Previous

1.5 %

March 23 09:30 UTC 7171m

GBRetail Sales Ex-Fuel YY

Actual

Forecast

3.1 %

Previous

2.6 %

March 23 11:00 UTC 161161m

GBCBI Distributive Trades

Actual

Forecast

5 %

Previous

9 %

March 23 12:30 UTC 251251m

USJobless Claims 4-Wk Avg

Actual

Forecast

Previous

237.25 k

March 23 12:30 UTC 251251m

USInitial Jobless Claims

Actual

Forecast

240 k

Previous

241 k

March 23 12:30 UTC 251251m

USContinued Jobless Claims*

Actual

Forecast

2.035 mln

Previous

2.030 mln

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