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  • UK House Prices Rise 1.1% In October - Rightmove The average asking price for a house in the United Kingdom was up 1.1 percent on month in October, property tracking website Rightmove said on Monday. That follows the 1.2 percent monthly decline in September. On a yearly basis, house prices climbed 1.4 percent - accelerating from 1.1 percent in the previous month. Eight of the 10 regions saw higher asking prices, while the average time on the market for a house came in at 63 days.

    UK House Prices Rise 1.1% In October – Rightmove

    UK House Prices Rise 1.1% In October - Rightmove The average asking price for a house in the United Kingdom was up 1.1 percent on month in October, property tracking website Rightmove said on Monday. That follows the 1.2 percent monthly decline in September. On a yearly basis, house prices climbed 1.4 percent - accelerating from 1.1 percent in the previous month. Eight of the 10 regions saw higher asking prices, while the average time on the market for a house came in at 63 days.
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  • U.S. Consumer Prices Surge in Wake of Hurricanes U.S. consumer prices posted their biggest gain in eight months in September, bolstered by gasoline prices which surged in the aftermath of hurricanes which caused production disruptions at the Gulf Coast. According to the Labor Department's Consumer Price index rose 0.5 percent in the previous month after increasing 0.4 percent in the preceding month. The monthly increase in September was the biggest increase since January and fueled the year-on-year gain in the CPI to 2.2 percent from 1.9 percent in August. In September, gasoline prices increased 13.1 percent, representing 75 percent of the rise in the CPI. The surge in gasoline prices was the biggest gain since June 2009 and come after a 6.3 percent rise in August. The Labor Department said Hurricane Harvey's impact on the refinery capacity in the Gulf Coast was a likely factor in the rise of gasoline prices last month. However, outside gasoline prices, price pressures..

    Prime News: U.S. Consumer Prices Surge in Wake of Hurricanes

    U.S. Consumer Prices Surge in Wake of Hurricanes U.S. consumer prices posted their biggest gain in eight months in September, bolstered by gasoline prices which surged in the aftermath of hurricanes which caused production disruptions at the Gulf Coast. According to the Labor Department's Consumer Price index rose 0.5 percent in the previous month after increasing 0.4 percent in the preceding month. The monthly increase in September was the biggest increase since January and fueled the year-on-year gain in the CPI to 2.2 percent from 1.9 percent in August. In September, gasoline prices increased 13.1 percent, representing 75 percent of the rise in the CPI. The surge in gasoline prices was the biggest gain since June 2009 and come after a 6.3 percent rise in August. The Labor Department said Hurricane Harvey's impact on the refinery capacity in the Gulf Coast was a likely factor in the rise of gasoline prices last month. However, outside gasoline prices, price pressures..
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  • Gold Prices at 2-½ Week Peak on Weak U.S. Data Gold prices increased to a 2-½ -week peak on Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump cautioned he might end a 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran and following the release of weak U.S. inflation data, which undermined the case for interest rate hikes. Spot gold climbed for a sixth consecutive session on Friday, and was higher by 0.8 percent at $1,303.5 per ounce, after notching $1,302.40, the highest since Sept. 26. It was set for a weekly gain of two percent. U.S. gold futures for December delivery gained 0.6 percent, at $1,304.60 an ounce, also hitting the highest level in more than two weeks. The price gains drove the precious metal through Fibonacci resistance and the 50-day moving average at around $1,298. Underlying inflation in the United States remained muted in September despite a jump in gasoline prices after hurricanes disrupted production in the Gulf. Markets were implying an 82 percent likelihood of a December rate hike, ..

    Prime News: Gold Prices at 2-½ Week Peak on Weak U.S. Data

    Gold Prices at 2-½ Week Peak on Weak U.S. Data Gold prices increased to a 2-½ -week peak on Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump cautioned he might end a 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran and following the release of weak U.S. inflation data, which undermined the case for interest rate hikes. Spot gold climbed for a sixth consecutive session on Friday, and was higher by 0.8 percent at $1,303.5 per ounce, after notching $1,302.40, the highest since Sept. 26. It was set for a weekly gain of two percent. U.S. gold futures for December delivery gained 0.6 percent, at $1,304.60 an ounce, also hitting the highest level in more than two weeks. The price gains drove the precious metal through Fibonacci resistance and the 50-day moving average at around $1,298. Underlying inflation in the United States remained muted in September despite a jump in gasoline prices after hurricanes disrupted production in the Gulf. Markets were implying an 82 percent likelihood of a December rate hike, ..
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  • Consumer prices in the U.S. increased by slightly less than expected in the month of September, according to a report released by the Labor Department on Friday. The Labor Department said its consumer price index climbed by 0.5 percent in September after rising by 0.4 percent in August. Economists had expected prices to increase by 0.6 percent. The increase in consumer prices was largely due to a jump in energy prices, which soared by 6.1 percent in September after jumping by 2.8 percent in August. Gasoline prices spiked by 13.1 percent due to Hurricane Harvey and accounted for about three-fourths of the increase by the headline consumer price index. Excluding food and energy prices, core consumer prices inched up by 0.1 percent in September after edging up by 0.2 percent in August. Core prices had been expected to rise by another 0.2 percent. The uptick by the core index reflected higher prices for shelter, motor vehicle insurance, recreation, education, and wireless telephone se..

    U.S. Consumer Prices Rise 0.5% In September, Slightly Less Than Expected

    Consumer prices in the U.S. increased by slightly less than expected in the month of September, according to a report released by the Labor Department on Friday. The Labor Department said its consumer price index climbed by 0.5 percent in September after rising by 0.4 percent in August. Economists had expected prices to increase by 0.6 percent. The increase in consumer prices was largely due to a jump in energy prices, which soared by 6.1 percent in September after jumping by 2.8 percent in August. Gasoline prices spiked by 13.1 percent due to Hurricane Harvey and accounted for about three-fourths of the increase by the headline consumer price index. Excluding food and energy prices, core consumer prices inched up by 0.1 percent in September after edging up by 0.2 percent in August. Core prices had been expected to rise by another 0.2 percent. The uptick by the core index reflected higher prices for shelter, motor vehicle insurance, recreation, education, and wireless telephone se..
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  • With gasoline prices showing a substantial increase, the Commerce Department released a report on Friday showing a significant jump in retail sales in the U.S. in the month of September. The Commerce Department said retail sales surged up by 1.6 percent in September after edging down by a revised 0.1 percent in August. Economists had expected retail sales to spike by 1.7 percent compared to the 0.2 percent drop originally reported for the previous month. Higher gas prices contributed to the jump in retail sales, as sales by gasoline stations soared by 5.8 percent during the month. The report also showed a notable rebound in sales by motor vehicle and parts dealers, which surged up by 3.6 percent in September after tumbling by 2.1 percent. Excluding the jump in auto sales, retail sales still shot up by 1.0 percent in September after climbing by 0.5 percent in August. Ex-auto sales had been expected to rise by 0.3 percent. Closely watched core retail sales, which exclude automobil..

    U.S. Retail Sales Spike 1.6% In September Amid Higher Gas Prices

    With gasoline prices showing a substantial increase, the Commerce Department released a report on Friday showing a significant jump in retail sales in the U.S. in the month of September. The Commerce Department said retail sales surged up by 1.6 percent in September after edging down by a revised 0.1 percent in August. Economists had expected retail sales to spike by 1.7 percent compared to the 0.2 percent drop originally reported for the previous month. Higher gas prices contributed to the jump in retail sales, as sales by gasoline stations soared by 5.8 percent during the month. The report also showed a notable rebound in sales by motor vehicle and parts dealers, which surged up by 3.6 percent in September after tumbling by 2.1 percent. Excluding the jump in auto sales, retail sales still shot up by 1.0 percent in September after climbing by 0.5 percent in August. Ex-auto sales had been expected to rise by 0.3 percent. Closely watched core retail sales, which exclude automobil..
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  • Consumer prices in the U.S. increased by slightly less than expected in the month of September, according to a report released by the Labor Department on Friday. The Labor Department said its consumer price index climbed by 0.5 percent in September after rising by 0.4 percent in August. Economists had expected prices to increase by 0.6 percent. Excluding food and energy prices, core consumer prices inched up by 0.1 percent in September after edging up by 0.2 percent in August. Core prices had been expected to rise by another 0.2 percent.The material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.com

    U.S. Consumer Prices Rise Slightly Less Than Expected In September

    Consumer prices in the U.S. increased by slightly less than expected in the month of September, according to a report released by the Labor Department on Friday. The Labor Department said its consumer price index climbed by 0.5 percent in September after rising by 0.4 percent in August. Economists had expected prices to increase by 0.6 percent. Excluding food and energy prices, core consumer prices inched up by 0.1 percent in September after edging up by 0.2 percent in August. Core prices had been expected to rise by another 0.2 percent.The material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.com
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  • U.S. Consumer Prices Rise 0.5% In September, Core Prices Inch Up 0.1% The material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.com

    *U.S. Consumer Prices Rise 0.5% In September, Core Prices Inch Up 0.1%

    U.S. Consumer Prices Rise 0.5% In September, Core Prices Inch Up 0.1% The material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.com
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  • Greece Aug Import Prices Up 3.8% On Year Vs. 4.2% In July The material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.com

    *Greece Aug Import Prices Up 3.8% On Year Vs. 4.2% In July

    Greece Aug Import Prices Up 3.8% On Year Vs. 4.2% In July The material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.com
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  • Greece Aug Import Prices Flat On Month Vs. +1.4% In July The material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.com

    *Greece Aug Import Prices Flat On Month Vs. +1.4% In July

    Greece Aug Import Prices Flat On Month Vs. +1.4% In July The material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.com
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  • Switzerland's producer and import prices climbed more than expected in September, data published by the Federal Statistical Office revealed Friday. Producer and import prices advanced 0.8 percent year-on-year in September, faster than the expected growth of 0.6 percent. Month-on-month, producer and import prices gained 0.5 percent versus forecast of 0.3 percent. Producer prices gained 0.4 percent on month, while it fell 0.2 percent from September 2016. At the same time, import prices advanced 0.8 percent, taking the annual growth to 2.9 percent.The material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.com

    Swiss Producer & Import Prices Rise More Than Forecast

    Switzerland's producer and import prices climbed more than expected in September, data published by the Federal Statistical Office revealed Friday. Producer and import prices advanced 0.8 percent year-on-year in September, faster than the expected growth of 0.6 percent. Month-on-month, producer and import prices gained 0.5 percent versus forecast of 0.3 percent. Producer prices gained 0.4 percent on month, while it fell 0.2 percent from September 2016. At the same time, import prices advanced 0.8 percent, taking the annual growth to 2.9 percent.The material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.com
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