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NZ consumers expect inflation tapering, UK is showing more growth

On average, survey respondents expected the Official Cash Rate (OCR) to be at 5.53% by the end of the September 2023 quarter

Signs towards cooling inflation on the horizon for some

Per the Australian Bureau of Statistics the monthly CPI indicator rose 6.8% in the twelve months to February. The most significant price rises were Housing (+9.9%), Food and non-alcoholic beverages (+8.0%) and Transport (+5.6%)....

Interest rates still a hot topic in inflation fight

In the most recent European Central Bank press release the Governing Council today decided to increase the three key ECB interest rates by 50 basis points, in line with its determination to ensure the...

Real GDP measures up in the US despite lingering inflation

The Bank of Canada increased its target for the overnight rate to 4½%, with the Bank Rate at 4¾% and the deposit rate at 4½%. The Bank is also continuing its policy of quantitative...

The UK squeezes out a small GDP growth, CPI and inflation down

Per the US Department of Labor in the week ending January 7, the advance figure for seasonally adjusted initial claims was 205,000, a decrease of 1,000 from the previous week's revised level. The previous...

US and Canadian growth scramble to outpace consumer price index

According to Statistics Canada Real gross domestic product (GDP) edged up (+0.1%) in October, following a +0.2% uptick in September. Growth in services-producing industries (+0.3%) was partially offset by a decline in goods-producing industries...
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