• China confident economy will maintain steady, good momentum in 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

  • UK January household finance index 43.0 vs 43.7 in December


    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

  • Eurozone November current account surplus 32.5 bln eur


    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

  • Dollar near three-year low, heading for worst run since 2015


    The dollar laboured near a three-year low against a basket of currencies, heading for a fifth week of falls that would be its longest losing streak since May 2015. REUTERS

  • Inflation steady at 0.9% in December


    Italy's annual inflation rate was steady at 0.9% in December, ISTAT said, confirming its in preliminary estimate. The monthly rise was 0.4%, the statistics agency said. It said prices rose on average by 1.2% in 2017, compared to a 0.1% drop in 2016. ANSA

  • China fourth-quarter GDP growth to slow on debt, pollution clampdown


    China’s economic growth is expected to have slowed slightly in the fourth quarter from the previous quarter, as the government extended a crackdown on debt risks and factory pollution. REUTERS

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