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RTTNews Forex Market Update - December 26, 2014.

Economic News Japan Nov Automobile Production Continues To Fall Automobile production in Japan declined for the fifth consecutive month in November, figures from the Japan Automobile Manufactures Association showed  Friday . ( Dec 26, 2014 )  Full Article Singapore Industrial Output Falls Unexpectedly In November Singapore industrial production declined unexpectedly in November, a monthly report from the Economic Development Board revealed  Friday . ( Dec 26, 2014 )  Full Article Thai Economy Set To Recover Steadily At Slower Pace The Thai economy is expected to recover steadily but at a slower pace due to a weak outlook for both domestic and foreign demand, the Bank of Thailand said in its quarterly Monetary Policy Report released Friday . ( Dec 26, 2014 )  Full Article   Russia Says Currency Crisis Over, But Economic Challenges Remain Russian authorities said  on Thursday  that the country's currency crisis was over, but its economic problems are yet to be resolv

RTTNews Forex Market Update - December 18, 2014.

Economic News China Property Prices Drop In November House prices decreased in majority of Chinese cities in November, data compiled by the National Bureau of Statistics revealed  Thursday . ( Dec 18, 2014 )  Full Article   U.K. Car Production Forecast To Remain Flat - SMMT Car production in the U.K. is forecast to remain flat in 2014, an industry body said  on Thursday . ( Dec 18, 2014 )  Full Article   Think Tank NIER Cuts Sweden's Growth Estimates The National Institute of Economic Research  on Thursday  downgraded the growth outlook of Sweden as exports are growing more slowly than normal. ( Dec 18, 2014 )  Full Article Indonesian Economy To Sustain Robust Growth In 2015 - IMF Indonesia's economy is forecast to sustain its solid pace of growth in 2015 despite weakening commodity prices and tightening financial conditions, an Article IV mission report from the International Monetary Fund said  Thursday . ( Dec 18, 2014 )  Full Article Eurozone Construction

RTTNews Forex Market Update - December 12, 2014.

Economic News Spain's Consumer Prices Continue To Fall Spain's harmonized consumer prices declined for the fifth consecutive month in November, final data from the statistical office INE showed  Friday . ( Dec 12, 2014 )  Full Article   U.K. Construction Output Falls Unexpectedly In October U.K. construction output declined unexpectedly in October, data from the Office for National Statistics revealed  Friday . ( Dec 12, 2014 )  Full Article   China Bank Lending Tops Expectations In November China's bank lending increased more than expected in November, data from the People's Bank of China revealed  Friday . ( Dec 12, 2014 )  Full Article   India Consumer Price Inflation Eases Further India's consumer price inflation slowed for a fourth successive month in November, marking a new record low, preliminary figures from the Central Statistics Office showed  Friday . The consumer price index rose 4.38 percent annually following 5.52 percent increase in t

RTTNews Forex Market Update - December 11, 2014.

Economic News New Zealand November Food Prices Fall 0.5% Food prices in New Zealand dipped 0.5 percent on month in November, Statistics New Zealand said  on Thursday  - following the flat reading in October and the 0.8 percent decline in September. ( Dec 11, 2014 )  Full Article Philippine CB Holds Key Rates; Moody's Upgrades Philippines To Baa2 The Philippine central bank decided to keep its key rate unchanged  on Thursday  as expected by economists. Moody's Investors Service today upgraded the sovereign ratings of Philippines. ( Dec 11, 2014 ) Full Article   Norway Central Bank Unexpectedly Cuts Rate To Record Low Norway's central bank  on Thursday  cut its key interest rate for the first time in more than two years, in a surprise move, to a record low. ( Dec 11, 2014 )  Full Article Italy Industrial Production Falls Unexpectedly For Second Month Italy's industrial production declined unexpectedly for a second straight month in October, figures from t