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18 Jun

U.S. housing starts fall, but prior months revised up

U.S. Housing Starts Fall, But Prior Months Revised Up

WASHINGTON U.S. homebuilding unexpectedly fell in May, but data for the prior two months was revised higher and building permits increased, suggesting that the housing market was drawing some support from a sharp decline in mortgage rates.

18 Jun

China Home Price Growth Quickens as Buyer Demand Still Robust

China Home Price Growth Quickens As Buyer Demand Still Robust

(Bloomberg) -- New home price growth in China quickened last month after government measures to spur demand in smaller cities took effect. The average value of new homes in 70 major cities around Asia’s biggest economy, excluding government-subsidized housing, rose 0.71% in May, according to data released by the statistics bureau Tuesday. That’s faster than an increase of 0.62% in April and a lift of 0.61% in March.

17 Jun

New York Fed 'Empire' business index posts record drop in June

New York Fed 'Empire' Business Index Posts Record Drop In June

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The New York Federal Reserve said on Monday its gauge of business growth in New York state posted a record fall this month to its weakest level in more than 2-1/2 years, suggesting an abrupt contraction in regional activity.

16 Jun

French inflation slows faster than expected in May: INSEE

French Inflation Slows Faster Than Expected In May: INSEE

PARIS (Reuters) - French monthly inflation slowed faster than expected in May, thanks largely to a fall in service sector prices which offset a marked acceleration in food prices, final EU-harmonised data from the INSEE statistics agency showed on Friday.

14 Jun

U.S. business inventories rebound; sales fall

U.S. Business Inventories Rebound; Sales Fall

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. business inventories rebounded in April as sales fell, but inventory accumulation is still expected to be a drag on economic growth in the second quarter.