Buz Investors Oil prices rise as survey suggest The commodity is trading at $52.40 per barrel at 10:40 GMT this morning, 0.32% lower from the New York close. Crude oil witnessed a high of $52.70 per barrel and a low of $52.24 per barrel during the session. In the New York session yesterday, crude oil fell 1.24%

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BUZ INVESTORS Crude Oil Stocks Change Stocks of crude oil in the United States fell by 0.930 million barrels in the week ended April 28th, 2017, following a 3.641 million decrease in the previous period and compared to market expectations of a 2.333 million decline. Gasoline stocks rose by 0.191 million, compared to expectations of a 1.322 million increase. Crude Oil Stocks Change in the United States averaged 0.11 BBL/1Million from 1982 until 2017, reaching an all time high of 14.42 BBL/1Million in October of 2016 and a record low of -15.22 BBL/1Million in January of 1999.

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Eurozone construction output rebounded in October

Eurozone construction output rebounded in October

Eurozone construction output rebounded in October

  • Buz Investors Eurozone construction output rebounded  Construction output in the Euro Area increased by 2.2 percent year-on-year in October of 2016, following an upwardly revised 1.9 percent rise in September.
  • Building went up 2.7 percent (1.3 percent in the previous month) and civil engineering rose at a slower 0.2 percent (4.3 percent in the previous month).
  • Among Member States for which data are available, the highest increase was recorded in the Netherlands (8.2 percent) and the largest decrease in Slovakia (-22.1 percent). On a monthly basis, construction output increased 0.8 percent, following a 0.8 percent fall in the previous month.

Eurozone construction output rebounded

Buz Investors Eurozone construction output rebounded Construction output in the Euro Area increased by 2.2 percent year-on-year in October of 2016, following an upwardly revised 1.9 percent rise in September. Building went up 2.7 percent (1.3 percent in the previous month) and civil engineering rose at a slower 0.2

Eurozone construction output rebounded  Construction Output in the Euro Area averaged -0.71 percent from 1996 until 2016, reaching an all time high of 18.30 percent in February of 2000 and a record low of -22 percent in February of 1996.

 

 

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Eurozone construction output rebounded

The production index in construction measures the evolution of output within the construction sector, including building construction and civil engineering. This page provides the latest reported value for – Euro Area Construction Output – plus previous releases, historical high and low, short-term forecast and long-term prediction, economic calendar, survey consensus and news. Euro Area Construction Output – actual data, historical chart and calendar of releases – was last updated on December of 2016.

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October Canadian Capital Inflows Strengthen To C$15.8 Billion

October Canadian Capital Inflows Strengthen To C$15.8 Billion

October Canadian Capital Inflows Strengthen To C$15.8 Billion

  • Buz Investors Canadian Capital Inflows Strengthen  Overseas investment into Canadian securities increased to C$15,8bn for October from C$11.8bn in September. This was higher than the expected figure of C$12.3bn and the strongest inflow for seven months.
  • For the first 10 months of 2016, total inflows increased to C$139.2bn from C$100.8bn the previous year. There was a decline in bond inflows for the month with a sharp decline in corporate bond inflows partially offset by net inflows into government bonds.
  • There was a sharp reversal in money-market flows to show a substantial inflow for the month of C$7.7bn after an outflow of C$5.4bn for September. These inflows were mainly .

Canadian Capital Inflows Strengthen

October Canadian Capital Inflows Strengthen To C$15.8 Billion

 

Canadian Capital Inflows Strengthen There was a sharp reversal in money-market flows to show a substantial inflow for the month of C$7.7bn after an outflow of C$5.4bn for September. These inflows were mainly concentrated in private corporate bonds.

Equity inflows declined on the month, but still recorded a strong net inflow of C$38.2bn for the first 10 months of the year from C$8.7bn previously.

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Canadian Capital Inflows Strengthen

There was a small increase in Canadian securities flows overseas to C$2.2bn from C$1.8bn in September, although the 10-month total of C$15.2bn was still below the C$26.4bn seen in the first 10 months of 2015.

The data overall will maintain optimism over the strength of short-term capital inflows and will provide a strong foundation for the balance of payments position with inflows comfortably offsetting the current account deficit. The strength of net flows should provide net currency support.




Eurozone trade surplus dropped in October

Eurozone trade surplus dropped in October

Eurozone trade surplus dropped in October

  • Buz  Investors Eurozone trade surplus dropped The Eurozone has registered the seasonally adjusted trade surplus of €19.70 billion in October, compared to a revised trade surplus of €24.40 billion in the previous month. Markets were anticipating the region to register a trade surplus of €24.50 billion.
  • Exports of goods to the rest of the world fell 10 percent to €167.2 billion from €185.4 billion a year earlier; while imports declined 8 percent to €142 billion compared to €154.4 billion.
  • In January to July 2016, exports fell 2 percent year-on-year to €1,173.9 billion and imports dropped 4 percent to €1,013.3 billion, resulting in a surplus of €160.6 billion, compared with €140.9  billion in the same period a year earlier.

Eurozone trade surplus dropped

Buz Investors Eurozone trade surplus dropped The Eurozone has registered the seasonally adjusted trade surplus of €19.70 billion in October, compared to a revised trade surplus of €24.40 billion in the previous month. Markets were anticipating the region to register a trade surplus of €24.50 billion.

Eurozone trade surplus dropped The Eurozone trade surplus fell 18.6 percent to €25.3 billion in July 2016 compared to a €31.1 billion in the same month of the previous year, but beating market expectations of €25 billion. Exports declined 10 percent while imports dropped at a slower 8 percent. Considering the first seven months of the year, the trade surplus increased to €160.6 billion, compared with €140.9 billion in the same period of 2015.

Exports of goods to the rest of the world fell 10 percent to €167.2 billion from €185.4 billion a year earlier; while imports declined 8 percent to €142 billion compared to €154.4 billion.

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Eurozone trade surplus dropped

In January to July 2016, exports fell 2 percent year-on-year to €1,173.9 billion and imports dropped 4 percent to €1,013.3 billion, resulting in a surplus of €160.6 billion, compared with €140.9  billion in the same period a year earlier.
The European Union recorded a €3.8 billion surplus in trade in goods with the rest of the world, compared with a €12.7 billion surplus in July 2015. Exports went down 13 percent to €142 billion from €162.3 billion a year earlier; while imports decreased 8 percent to €138.2 billion compared to €149.6 billion.

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Eurozone industrial production unexpectedly declined in October

Eurozone industrial production unexpectedly declined in October

Eurozone industrial production unexpectedly declined in October

  • Buz Investors industrial production unexpectedly declined In the Eurozone, the seasonally adjusted industrial production unexpectedly dropped 0.10% on a monthly basis in October, less than market expectations for an advance of 0.10%. Industrial production had recorded a revised drop of 0.90% in the prior month.
  • The UK industrial production unexpectedly declined in October, fueling fears for the British economy. The official data of the National Statistics Office show that manufacturing production, which is the bulk of industrial production, as a whole declined by 0.9% on a monthly basis in October. It’s worse than expectations for 0.2% growth and the outcome previous month (+0.6%). The value in October was the weakest since February.
  • On an annual basis, the manufacturing production decreased by 0.4%, which is also worse than forecasts for growth of 0.8%. In September, the index recorded an

industrial production unexpectedly declined

Buz Investors industrial production unexpectedly declined In the Eurozone, the seasonally adjusted industrial production unexpectedly dropped 0.10% on a monthly basis in October, less than market expectations for an advance of 0.10%. Industrial production had recorded a revised drop of 0.90% in the prior month.

industrial production unexpectedly declined On an annual basis, the manufacturing production decreased by 0.4%, which is also worse than forecasts for growth of 0.8%. In September, the index recorded an

The industrial production, which is a broader indicator, declined by 1.3% on a monthly basis in October, according to the seasonally adjusted data. The expectations were for an increase of 0.2% after last month decreased by 0.4%. The contraction in October was the sharpest since 2012.

On an annual basis, the industrial production decreased by 1.1% in October, which was worse than expectations for a 0.5% increase. In September there was a growth of 0.4%.

On a year-on-year basis, production fell 0.4% in October, compared with the 0.2% increase recorded in the previous month, and short of analysts’ expectations for a 0.7% increase.

The largest downward contribution came again from pharmaceuticals, which fell by 9.4%, although that was partly offset by a 10.4% increase from other manufacturing sectors.

Meanwhile, overall industrial production – a broader gauge of the industry – tumbled 1.3 % in October, compared with a 0.4% decline recorded in September and falling short of analysts’ expectations for growth to increase to 0.2%.

Japan Industrial Production MoM October of 2016

Japan Industrial Production MoM October of 2016

Japan Industrial Production MoM October of 2016

  • Buz Investors Japan Industrial Production Industrial production in Japan remained unchanged month-on-month in October of 2016, compared to 0.1 percent in preliminary estimates and a 0.6 percent gain in the prior month, final data showed.
  • It was the lowest level since August as inventories and inventory ratio declined by 2.1 percent and 0.9 percent respectively.
  • In contrast shipments grew by 2.2 percent. On a yearly basis, industrial production drop 1.4 percent, slower than earlier projections of a 1.3 percent fall and a 1.5 percent rise in September.

Japan Industrial Production

Japan Industrial Production MoM October of 2016

Japan Industrial Production Industrial Production Mom in Japan averaged 0.41 percent from 1953 until 2016, reaching an all time high of 6.80 percent in May of 2011 and a record low of -16.50 percent in March of 2011.

 

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Japan Industrial Production 

In Japan, industrial production measures the output of businesses integrated in industrial sector of the economy such as manufacturing, mining, and utilities. This page provides the latest reported value for – Japan Industrial Production MoM – plus previous releases, historical high and low, short-term forecast and long-term prediction, economic calendar, survey consensus and news. Japan Industrial Production MoM – actual data, historical chart and calendar of releases – was last updated on December of 2016.




Japanese tertiary industry index rose less than expected in October

Japanese tertiary industry index rose less than expected in October

Japanese tertiary industry index rose less than expected in October

  • The tertiary industry index rose 0.20% in Japan, on a MoM basis in October, less than market expectations for a rise of 0.30%. In the prior month, the tertiary industry index had registered a drop of 0.10%.
  • The tertiary activity index edged up a seasonally adjusted 0.2 percent month-over-month in October, reversing a 0.3 percent fall in September.
  • That was just below the 0.3 percent rise expected by economists. In August, the index showed no variations.

    tertiary industry index rose

Japanese tertiary industry index rose less than expected in October

tertiary industry index rose  Japanese tertiary industry index rose  at a slower-than-expected pace in October, after falling in the previous month, figures from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry showed Monday. The tertiary activity index edged up a seasonally adjusted 0.2 percent month-over-month in October, reversing a 0.3 percent fall in September.

 

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tertiary industry index rose

That was just below the 0.3 percent rise expected by economists. In August, the index showed no variations. Among the individual components of the survey, activity was up for information and communications, finance and insurance, retail trade, goods rental and leasing. At the same time, activity was down for business related services, real estate, wholesale trade, utility sector, transport and postal activities, living and amusement-related services. On an annual basis, the tertiary activity index dropped 0.1 percent in October, in contrast to a 1.0 percent increase in the prior month.

 




Japanese machinery orders advanced more than expected in October

Japanese machinery orders advanced more than expected in October

Japanese machinery orders advanced more than expected in October

  • Buz Investors Japanese machinery orders advanced  Machinery orders advanced 4.10% on a MoM basis in Japan, in October, higher than market expectations for a rise of 1.20%. Machinery orders had dropped 3.30% in the prior month.
  • Core orders, a highly volatile data series regarded as an indicator of capital spending in the coming six to nine months, rose 4.1 percent in October from the previous month, Cabinet office data showed on Monday. The results handily beat the economists’ median estimate of a 1.0 percent increase.
  • “If this pick up continues, capital expenditure might increase in fiscal 2017,” Minami said, adding that improvement in domestic demand may help boost capital expenditure.

Japanese machinery orders advanced

Japanese machinery orders advanced more than expected in October

Japanese machinery orders advanced  Japan’s October core machinery orders rose for the first time in three months to beat expectations, government data showed – a tentative sign of a pickup in capital expenditure.

Core orders, a highly volatile data series regarded as an indicator of capital spending in the coming six to nine months, rose 4.1 percent in October from the previous month, Cabinet office data showed on Monday. The results handily beat the economists’ median estimate of a 1.0 percent increase.

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Japanese machinery orders advanced  

October’s results are welcome news for Japanese policymakers, who are counting on capital spending to foster sustainable growth in the world’s third largest economy.

A Cabinet Office official said machinery orders for Oct-Dec, which manufacturers had previously predicted would decrease 5.9 percent, may not fall as much as expected because orders improved in October. However, the official cautioned that orders may not continue to rise steadily.

The government maintained its assessment that a slowdown in the pick up of machinery orders can be seen.