Swiss Jobless Rate Hold Near lowest for 5th Month

Swiss Jobless remained at its lowest Swiss Jobless Rate  Swiss unadjusted unemployment fee stood at three.0 percent in October of 2017, the same as inside the previous 4 months. The determine remained at its lowest due to the fact that October 2014 and consistent with market consensus. Swiss Jobless Rate Hold Lowest for 5th Month
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Pound plunges The pound was the biggest loser of today’s foreign exchange action after the Bank of England hiked rates by a quarter point but promised to be ‘gradual’ regarding future rate increases. The US dollar failed to benefit from the unveiling of key details regarding the tax reform plan of President Trump and Congressional
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US GDP Growth  The US economy expanded an annualized 3 percent on quarter in the third quarter of 2017, only slightly below 3.1 percent in the previous three months, which was the fastest pace since Q1 2015, the advance estimate showed. Figures beat expectations of 2.5 percent, despite the disruptions caused by hurricanes Harvey and
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Canada September Inflation Canada’s consumer price inflation increased to 1.6 percent year-on-year in September 2017 from 1.4 percent in the previous month, as expected. It was the highest inflation rate since April, mainly boosted by rising cost of transportation and shelter. Meanwhile, the BoC’s annual core inflation, which excludes volatile items, fell to 0.8 percent,
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UK inflation gives way for rate hike; pound posts short-lived gains on dovish BOE remarks UK inflation in September rose to a 5 ½ -year high according to the Office for National Statistics, gaining one percentage point above the BOE’s 2% target and igniting speculation that a rate hike could emerge in the BOE’s November meeting. However,
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