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12/02/2018 - British shoppers spent less last month than the year before, causing spending in January to fall for the first time since 2013, according to a survey which underscored many households’ caution about their finances and the approach of Brexit. REUTERS
12/02/2018 - Sharp swings in global financial markets in the past few days are not worrying since economic growth is strong but reforms are still needed to avert future crises, the managing director of the International Monetary Fund said. REUTERS
09/02/2018 - Economy Minister Pier Carlo Padoan said Thursday he believed ISTAT would soon confirm that Italy's public debt is falling. "Public debt is starting to fall, we'll see the ISTAT data but I think so," Padoan said. ANSA
09/02/2018 - Composite leading indicators, designed to anticipate turning points in economic activity relative to trend six to nine months ahead, continue to anticipate stable growth momentum in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) area as a whole, the Paris-based OECD said. RADIOCOR
07/02/2018 - The DIHK Chambers of Industry and Commerce on Wednesday raised its 2018 growth forecast for the German economy to 2.7 percent from 2.2 percent, providing a bullish outlook for Europe’s biggest economy despite weaker output at the end of last year. REUTERS
07/02/2018 - China will take more measures, including market-based debt-to-equity swaps, to lower corporate leverage levels, state radio quoted a cabinet meeting as saying on Wednesday. The government will roll out a mechanism to restrain assets and liabilities of state-owned companies, encourage introducing strategic investment and push forward mixed ownership reform, it said. REUTERS
05/02/2018 - Overall confidence in the eurozone in February fell to 31.9 points from 32.9 in January, with assessments of the current situation improving but expectations falling to their lowest level since February 2017 amid investor concerns tied to negotiations to form a coalition government in Germany, according to the latest confidence index from German think tank Sentix. RADIOCOR
05/02/2018 - Euro zone businesses began 2018 by increasing activity faster than at any time in well over a decade as new orders surged despite firms raising prices at the steepest rate in almost seven years, a survey showed. REUTERS
02/02/2018 - World stocks were set to post their biggest weekly drop since late 2016 on Friday, as talk of central bank policy tightening and expectations of higher inflation boosted borrowing costs globally, a move that sparked a sell-off in shares. REUTERS
02/02/2018 - Consumer prices in Italy rose 0.2% in January compared to the previous month and were up 0.8% on the year after rising at a 0.9% annual pace in December, according to preliminary data from statistics bureau Istat. RADIOCOR
31/01/2018 - Italian consumer and business confidence fell this month, ISTAT said Tuesday. The national statistics agency said its consumer-confidence index dropped from 116.5 points to 115.5. The business index plunged from 108.7 points to 105.6. ANSA
31/01/2018 - The Federal Reserve is expected to leave interest rates unchanged on Wednesday while signaling a gradual tightening of monetary policy later this year as the U.S. economy continues to expand and job gains remain solid. REUTERS
29/01/2018 - The European Central Bank will only stop pumping cash into the euro zone economy when it is confident that inflation is heading towards its target even without its extra help, the ECB’s chief economist Peter Praet said. REUTERS
29/01/2018 - U.S. President Donald Trump, speaking in Davos, has threatened to confront the European Union over what he calls “very unfair” trade policy toward the United States. REUTERS
26/01/2018 - Notable monetary stimulus is still needed in the eurozone, European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi said. Draghi also said eurozone growth was robust and the euro's volatility was creating uncertainty. He also said inflation will remain at or about current levels. ANSA
24/01/2018 - The seasonally adjusted government deficit in the eurozone fell to 0.3% of gross domestic product in the third quarter of 2017 from 1.0% of GDP the previous quarter, data from European Union statistics office Eurostat showed. For the EU as a whole, the deficit-to-GDP ratio fell to 0.6% from 1.2% the previous quarter. RADIOCOR
24/01/2018 - The International Monetary Fund on Monday raised Italian growth forecasts but pointed to the potential risks to structural reforms of Italy's March 4 general election. The IMF raised its growth forecasts for Italy to 1.4% this year and 1.1% next. ANSA
22/01/2018 - China is confident that its economy will maintain steady and good momentum in 2018, a spokesman for the country’s state planner said after the world’s second-largest economy reported better-than-expected fourth-quarter growth. REUTERS
22/01/2018 - The UK household finance index in January fell to 43.0 from 43.7 in December, marking a new low since September 2017, according to data released by global information provider IHS Markit that compiles the report. RADIOCOR
19/01/2018 - The eurozone's current account surplus in November came in at 32.5 billion euros, reflecting surpluses for goods (31.1 billion), primary income (10.5 billion) and services (4.5 billion), which were partly offset by a deficit for secondary income (13.6 billion), data from the European Central Bank showed. RADIOCOR