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  • Japan's credit strengths remain robust; foremost credit challenge is maintaining debt sustainability (via Reuters) More: Aaaaand, yen goes nuts. Actually, it doesn't. Circa 112.08 and barely changed in the past hour or so.

    Moody’s: Japan’s credit strengths remain robust

    Japan's credit strengths remain robust; foremost credit challenge is maintaining debt sustainability (via Reuters) More: Aaaaand, yen goes nuts. Actually, it doesn't. Circa 112.08 and barely changed in the past hour or so.
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  • Credit Agricole on the week ahead Credit Agricole CIB FX Strategy Research discusses its outlook for the EUR, USD, and GBP for the week ahead. On the EUR front, CACIB notes that indications next week that this will be the likely course of events in Spain could help investors refocus their attention on the improving Eurozone fundamentals

    EUR still a buy, data to lend GBP some support – Credit Agricole

    Credit Agricole on the week ahead Credit Agricole CIB FX Strategy Research discusses its outlook for the EUR, USD, and GBP for the week ahead. On the EUR front, CACIB notes that indications next week that this will be the likely course of events in Spain could help investors refocus their attention on the improving Eurozone fundamentals
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  • China data out over the weekend - Aggregate financing, New yuan loans and money stock The most focus is on Aggregate financing & New yuan loans: Aggregate financing 1.82 trillion yuan

    China lending exceeds expectations (September credit growth data)

    China data out over the weekend - Aggregate financing, New yuan loans and money stock The most focus is on Aggregate financing & New yuan loans: Aggregate financing 1.82 trillion yuan
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  • Credit Agricole on what's next for the euro Credit Agricole CIB FX Strategy Research notes that as Eurozone political risks have been abating of late, investors are refocusing their attention on improving Eurozone data and the forthcoming October ECB meeting.

    ECB QE recalibration; what’s the trade? – Credit Agricole

    Credit Agricole on what's next for the euro Credit Agricole CIB FX Strategy Research notes that as Eurozone political risks have been abating of late, investors are refocusing their attention on improving Eurozone data and the forthcoming October ECB meeting.
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  • BoE: Availability Of Unsecured Credit To Households Falls In Q3 The material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.com

    *BoE: Availability Of Unsecured Credit To Households Falls In Q3

    BoE: Availability Of Unsecured Credit To Households Falls In Q3 The material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.com
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  • BoE: Availability Of Credit To Corporate Sector Unchanged In Q3 The material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.com

    *BoE: Availability Of Credit To Corporate Sector Unchanged In Q3

    BoE: Availability Of Credit To Corporate Sector Unchanged In Q3 The material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.com
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  • Overall electronic spending in New Zealand fell a seasonally adjusted 0.1 percent on month in September, Statistics New Zealand said on Tuesday. That was shy of expectations for an increase of 0.2 percent, and was down from the 0.6 percent gain in August. Retail credit card spending gained 0.1 percent on month, also missing forecasts for an increase of 0.7 percent. But it was unchanged following an upward revision from -0.2 percent in the previous month. Core retail spending (excluding fuel and vehicles) fell 0.2 percent in September, after added 0.1 percent in August. By industry the movements were: durables, down NZ $15 million (1.2 percent); apparel, down NZ$3.3 million (1.1 percent); hospitality, down NZ$1.9 million (0.2 percent); vehicles (excluding fuel), down NZ$0.1 million (0.1 percent); fuel, up NZ$5.2 million (0.9 percent); and consumables, up NZ$15 million (0.8 percent). Cardholders made 137 million transactions across all industries in September, with an average value ..

    New Zealand Overall Credit Card Spending Eases 0.1% In September

    Overall electronic spending in New Zealand fell a seasonally adjusted 0.1 percent on month in September, Statistics New Zealand said on Tuesday. That was shy of expectations for an increase of 0.2 percent, and was down from the 0.6 percent gain in August. Retail credit card spending gained 0.1 percent on month, also missing forecasts for an increase of 0.7 percent. But it was unchanged following an upward revision from -0.2 percent in the previous month. Core retail spending (excluding fuel and vehicles) fell 0.2 percent in September, after added 0.1 percent in August. By industry the movements were: durables, down NZ $15 million (1.2 percent); apparel, down NZ$3.3 million (1.1 percent); hospitality, down NZ$1.9 million (0.2 percent); vehicles (excluding fuel), down NZ$0.1 million (0.1 percent); fuel, up NZ$5.2 million (0.9 percent); and consumables, up NZ$15 million (0.8 percent). Cardholders made 137 million transactions across all industries in September, with an average value ..
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  • U.S. Consumer Credit Rises Less Than Expected In August Consumer credit in the U.S. rose by less than expected in the month of August, according to a report released by the Federal Reserve on Friday. The report said consumer credit increased by $13.1 billion in August after climbing by a revised $17.7 billion in July. Economists had expected consumer credit to rise by $16.0 billion compared to the $18.5 billion jump originally reported for the previous month. The Fed said non-revolving credit such as student loans and car loans climbed by $7.3 billion in August following a $15.6 billion increase in July. Revolving credit, which largely reflects credit card debt, rose by $5.7 billion in August after edging up by $2.1 billion in the previous month. The Fed said consumer credit increased by an annual rate of 4.2 percent in August, as revolving credit jumped by 7.0 percent and non-revolving credit rose by 3.2 percent.

    U.S. Consumer Credit Rises Less Than Expected In August

    U.S. Consumer Credit Rises Less Than Expected In August Consumer credit in the U.S. rose by less than expected in the month of August, according to a report released by the Federal Reserve on Friday. The report said consumer credit increased by $13.1 billion in August after climbing by a revised $17.7 billion in July. Economists had expected consumer credit to rise by $16.0 billion compared to the $18.5 billion jump originally reported for the previous month. The Fed said non-revolving credit such as student loans and car loans climbed by $7.3 billion in August following a $15.6 billion increase in July. Revolving credit, which largely reflects credit card debt, rose by $5.7 billion in August after edging up by $2.1 billion in the previous month. The Fed said consumer credit increased by an annual rate of 4.2 percent in August, as revolving credit jumped by 7.0 percent and non-revolving credit rose by 3.2 percent.
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  • *U.S. Consumer Credit Rises $13.1 Billion In August U.S. Consumer Credit Rises $13.1 Billion In August

    *U.S. Consumer Credit Rises $13.1 Billion In August

    *U.S. Consumer Credit Rises $13.1 Billion In August U.S. Consumer Credit Rises $13.1 Billion In August
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  • Consumer credit data from the Federal Reserve - Prior was +$18.449B (revised to $17.71B) - Revolving +$5.76B - Non-revolving +$7.31

    US August consumer credit outstanding +$13.065B vs +$15.54B expected

    Consumer credit data from the Federal Reserve - Prior was +$18.449B (revised to $17.71B) - Revolving +$5.76B - Non-revolving +$7.31
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