international Archive

  • ARGENTINA: International Reserves Increase By US$ 1.862 Billion In August The Argentinean Central Bank (BCRA) said international reserves increased by US$ 1.862 billion in August, closing the month at US$ 48.877 billion. During August, the increase in international reserves was primarily due to the National Treasury's foreign currency income for bonds placements for US$ 6.156 billion.

    ARGENTINA: International Reserves Increase By US$ 1.862 Billion In August

    ARGENTINA: International Reserves Increase By US$ 1.862 Billion In August The Argentinean Central Bank (BCRA) said international reserves increased by US$ 1.862 billion in August, closing the month at US$ 48.877 billion. During August, the increase in international reserves was primarily due to the National Treasury's foreign currency income for bonds placements for US$ 6.156 billion.
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  • Securities flow data from StatsCan This monthly data point shows the net inflow/outflow of purchases/sales of Canadian securities, including bonds, equities and other financial instruments.

    Canada July international securities transactions +23.95B vs -0.92B prior

    Securities flow data from StatsCan This monthly data point shows the net inflow/outflow of purchases/sales of Canadian securities, including bonds, equities and other financial instruments.
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  • Manchester United have agreed to sign 15-year-old midfielder Charlie McCann from Coventry.McCann, who was called up by England Under-16s earlier this summer, was one of the brightest prospects in the Sky Bet League Two club's academy.He had been with his hometown club since the age of seven but the lure of the Premier League and Old Trafford proved too much.The Sky Blues have received an undisclosed fee for the Coventry-born starlet and academy manager Richard Stevens said they could not stand in his way.Stevens told Coventry's website: "When a big football club come knocking, and it is the club that Charlie supports, you must let him go and have that experience."We did not want to sell him, we did not need a fee for him even though there was a fee involved."He has been unbelievable for us, even making his England debut back in August."Charlie goes with complete support from me and the rest of the staff from the academy." Source: PA Please enab..

    Manchester United sign England U16 international Charlie McCann from Coventry

    Manchester United have agreed to sign 15-year-old midfielder Charlie McCann from Coventry.McCann, who was called up by England Under-16s earlier this summer, was one of the brightest prospects in the Sky Bet League Two club's academy.He had been with his hometown club since the age of seven but the lure of the Premier League and Old Trafford proved too much.The Sky Blues have received an undisclosed fee for the Coventry-born starlet and academy manager Richard Stevens said they could not stand in his way.Stevens told Coventry's website: "When a big football club come knocking, and it is the club that Charlie supports, you must let him go and have that experience."We did not want to sell him, we did not need a fee for him even though there was a fee involved."He has been unbelievable for us, even making his England debut back in August."Charlie goes with complete support from me and the rest of the staff from the academy." Source: PA Please enab..
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  • Clubs in England spent more than £1billion on cross-border transfers in the summer window - more than twice the amount spent by clubs from any other country, according to figures from FIFA.Manchester City were the biggest spenders in the international market, shelling out more than £200million, but Manchester United and Chelsea invested more than £100million each.In total, English clubs brought in 526 players from foreign clubs over the summer but made more than £350million in international sales.Under FIFA rules, all moves involving clubs in different countries must be logged on its International Transfer Matching System, and these numbers come from its annual analysis of transfer activity in the so-called 'Big five' - England, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.Overall, 7,590 international transfers were completed worldwide between June 1 and September 1, and global spending reached a record £3.56billion, which is almost as much as clubs spent in all of 2016.Most of tho..

    English clubs splashed out more than £1billion on international summer transfers

    Clubs in England spent more than £1billion on cross-border transfers in the summer window - more than twice the amount spent by clubs from any other country, according to figures from FIFA.Manchester City were the biggest spenders in the international market, shelling out more than £200million, but Manchester United and Chelsea invested more than £100million each.In total, English clubs brought in 526 players from foreign clubs over the summer but made more than £350million in international sales.Under FIFA rules, all moves involving clubs in different countries must be logged on its International Transfer Matching System, and these numbers come from its annual analysis of transfer activity in the so-called 'Big five' - England, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.Overall, 7,590 international transfers were completed worldwide between June 1 and September 1, and global spending reached a record £3.56billion, which is almost as much as clubs spent in all of 2016.Most of tho..
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  • Canadian trade balance data for July - Prior was -$3.60B (revised to -$3.76B) - Exports $44.14B, down 4.9% from June - Imports $47.18B, down 6.0% from June Price decreases were widespread and that's in some part due to Canadian dollar strength. At this point, the BOC has almost-certainly made up its mind but you have to assume they got

    Canada July international merchandise trade -$3.04B vs -$3.30B expected

    Canadian trade balance data for July - Prior was -$3.60B (revised to -$3.76B) - Exports $44.14B, down 4.9% from June - Imports $47.18B, down 6.0% from June Price decreases were widespread and that's in some part due to Canadian dollar strength. At this point, the BOC has almost-certainly made up its mind but you have to assume they got
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