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European Open: EUR/AUD looks week ahead of German PPI
A strong employment report for Australia has sent AUD to top of the class overnight, weighing on EUR/AUD ahead of PPI data for Germany at 07:00 BST.
European Open: Keep an eye on Germany's Regional CPI’s
The first (of several) regional inflation reports for Germany came in soft this morning, and that could be a lead for Germany’s broad CPI released at lunch today.
‘No signs of recession’ according to the ifo report (EUR/JPY, EUR/NZD)
The powerhouse of Europe is holding up well despite concerns surrounding inflation and the war in Ukraine, according to the latest ifo report.
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European Open: German IFO expected to slump, EUR/GBP in focus
If the latest ZEW report was anything to go by, this month’s IFO report on German sentiment could be in for a rough ride.
European Open: Equities continued to tumble, German IFO up next
Anyone hopes of a Tuesday turnaround in Asia following Wall Street’s late rebound were quickly dashed, with equity markets across the region all in the red again.
Retail traders not buying the DAX’s breakout to record highs…yet
Despite very clear evidence that German stocks are in an uptrend, StoneX Retail traders are upping their bets against the index...
Vantage Towers IPO: All you need to know about the Vodafone subsidiary
Vodafone seeks to raise up to €2.3 billion by floating its rapidly growing subsidiary Vantage Towers. What's the strategy behind the move?
E.ON confirms 2020 outlook
E.ON, the energy group, posted 3Q adjusted net income declined 52.4% on year to 139 million euros.
BMW : watch 57E
BMW, the automobile group, announced that 3Q net profit increased 17.4% on year to 1.82 billion euros.
Daimler remains within a bullish channel
Daimler, the automobile group, said its preliminary 3Q results were above market expectations.
German Wholesale prices on the upside
German September Wholesale prices were released at +1.8%, vs -1.6% on year expected.
Hella shares down after 1Q results
Hella, the automotive part supplier, reported that 1Q adjusted EBIT declined 49.2% on year to 56 million euros on revenue of 1.34 billion euros, down 14.4%.
Weak German Retail Sales
Earlier this morning, July German Retail Sales were released at -0.9% on month, worse than +0.5% expected.
Single digit German GDP fall
The German Federal Statistical Office has reported final readings of Q2 GDP at -9.7% on quarter, above -10.1% expected.
German July PPI above expectations
Earlier this morning, German July PPI was released at +0.2%, above +0.1% expected.
German Balance of Trade stronger than expected
This morning, June German Balance of Trade was released at EUR 15.6 billion surplus, much higher than EUR 1.4 billion surplus expected.
German Consumer Confidence above expectations
The August German Consumer Confidence was released above the expectations.
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German PPI below expectations
The June German Producer Price Index was released at +0.0% on month, below +0.2% expected.
Much higher German Wholesale prices
June German Wholesale price index was released at +0.6% on month, much higher than -0.6% expected.
Daimler - continuation of the short term rebound
Daimler, the automobile group, will invest in Chinese electric vehicle battery producer Farasis Energy's 480 million dollars IPO.
Bayer: Watch 63E
Bayer, the pharmaceutical group, is nearing deals to resolve 50,000 to 85,000 of 125,000 U.S. cancer lawsuits over the use of its Roundup weedkiller
Merck trades lower after 1Q results – The trend remains bullish
Merck KGaA, the chemicals and pharmaceuticals group, posted 1Q net income surged to 458 million euros from 190 million euros in the prior-year period
Commertzbank : new down leg in sight ?
Commertzbank announced that it swung to a 1Q net loss of 295 million euros from a net profit of 122 million euros in the prior-year period