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Euro zone limping as global trade war escalates
Euro zone limping as global trade war escalates By Reuters - Aug 17, 2018

By Jonathan Cable LONDON (Reuters) - More evidence that euro zone growth has slowed this year is likely to be seen on Thursday, when surveys are expected to show an escalating...

UK Retail Sales Rise by 0.7% in July
UK Retail Sales Rise by 0.7% in July By Investing.com - Aug 16, 2018

Investing.com - UK retail sales rose 0.7% in July, the Office for National Statistics said on Thursday. This was compared to a 0.5% decrease in the previous month. Economists had...

UK CPI Rises by 2.5% in July
UK CPI Rises by 2.5% in July By Investing.com - Aug 15, 2018

Investing.com - British consumer prices in July rose by 2.5% compared with a year earlier, the Office for National Statistics said. That was in line with expectations and up from...

UK economy warms up a touch, Brexit hurdles ahead
UK economy warms up a touch, Brexit hurdles ahead By Reuters - Aug 10, 2018

By Andy Bruce and William Schomberg LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's economy warmed up a little in the second quarter from its winter slowdown of early 2018, but there was no...

U.S. Inflation Missed Expectations in July
U.S. Inflation Missed Expectations in July By Investing.com - Aug 10, 2018

Investing.com - U.S. inflation unexpectedly held steady in July, relieving the pressure on the Federal Reserve to speed up its normalization of monetary policy. Consumer price...

UK GDP Strengthens in Second Quarter
UK GDP Strengthens in Second Quarter By Investing.com - Aug 10, 2018

Investing.com - The UK economy saw growth bounce back in the second quarter, after a weak start to the year, official preliminary data showed on Friday. In a report, the Office...

World Cup and heatwave help UK retailers in July
World Cup and heatwave help UK retailers in July By Reuters - Aug 07, 2018

LONDON (Reuters) - England's run to the semi-finals of the soccer World Cup and a scorching summer encouraged shoppers in Britain to spend more on food, drink and electric...

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