Mexico Exports of Newspapers, Journals & Periodicals, No  1993-2017 | Data

Exports of Newspapers, Journals & Periodicals, No in Mexico decreased to 546 USD THO in September from 759 USD THO in August of 2016. Exports of Newspapers, Journals & Periodicals, No in Mexico averaged 2212.05 USD THO from 1993 until 2016, reaching an all time high of 19187.00 USD THO in October of 1997 and a record low of 431.00 USD THO in June of 2016.

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Mexico Trade Last Previous Highest Lowest Unit
Balance of Trade 28.00 200.00 1710.25 -3292.30 USD Million [+]
Exports 33232.30 34465.40 36879.05 1225.59 USD Million [+]
Imports 33204.10 34265.01 36943.16 647.02 USD Million [+]
Current Account -3362.67 -7642.86 2173.78 -9078.02 USD Million [+]
Current Account to GDP -2.70 -2.80 3.40 -6.10 percent [+]
External Debt 3509.44 3405.12 3509.44 0.70 MXN Billion [+]
Terms of Trade 44.76 44.65 106.34 43.46 Index Points [+]
Foreign Direct Investment 4314297.70 5393807.40 20994535.70 -63900.00 USD Thousand [+]
Remittances 2336.43 2362.91 2637.71 248.06 USD Million [+]
Tourism Revenues 2124964.35 1585816.75 2124964.35 158919.00 USD Thousand [+]
Tourist Arrivals 2496.24 1713.58 2496.24 56.59 Thousand [+]
Gold Reserves 120.88 121.13 125.35 2.55 Tonnes [+]
Crude Oil Production 2138.00 2148.00 3547.00 1977.00 BBL/D/1K [+]
Terrorism Index 3.72 3.99 4.51 1.35 [+]
Capital Flows 15409.60 1147.94 27487.75 -9887.46 USD Million [+]


Mexico Exports by Country Last
United States 26238776.00 USD THO Sep/16
Canada 930894.00 USD THO Sep/16
China 420334.00 USD THO Sep/16
Japan 391035.00 USD THO Sep/16
Spain 342834.00 USD THO Sep/16
South Korea 284070.00 USD THO Sep/16
Brazil 272545.00 USD THO Sep/16
Colombia 266928.00 USD THO Sep/16
India 255162.00 USD THO Sep/16
Germany 255151.00 USD THO Sep/16
France 241911.00 USD THO Sep/16
United Kingdom 234346.00 USD THO Sep/16
Chile 160935.00 USD THO Sep/16
Belgium 152052.00 USD THO Sep/16
Guatemala 147878.00 USD THO Sep/16
Italy 143200.00 USD THO Sep/16
Peru 126987.00 USD THO Sep/16
Singapore 118744.00 USD THO Sep/16
Argentina 115333.00 USD THO Sep/16
Nicaragua 92401.00 USD THO Sep/16
Mexico Exports by Category Last
Electrical Machinery & Equipment & Par 6718824.00 USD THO Sep/16
Nuclear Reactors, Boilers, Mach. & Equ 5471619.00 USD THO Sep/16
Motor Vehicles For The Transport of Go 2403784.00 USD THO Sep/16
Tractors & Public-transport Veh. Parts 2296746.00 USD THO Sep/16
Automatic Data Processing Machines & U 1872259.00 USD THO Sep/16
Mineral Fuels, Mineral Oils & Products 1815619.00 USD THO Sep/16
Crude Petroleum Oil 1620096.00 USD THO Sep/16
Television Receivers, Incl Video Monit 1476301.00 USD THO Sep/16
Optical, Measuring, Checking Instrumen 1401055.00 USD THO Sep/16
Electrical Apparatus For Line Telephony 1155966.00 USD THO Sep/16
Household Furniture 925575.00 USD THO Sep/16
Plastics & Articles Thereof 738430.00 USD THO Sep/16
Natural Or Cultured Pearls 655285.00 USD THO Sep/16
Instruments & Appliances Used In Medic 616434.00 USD THO Sep/16
Seats Not Or Convertible Into Beds, & 584293.00 USD THO Sep/16
Parts of Seats 517840.00 USD THO Sep/16
Articles of Iron Or Steel 480432.00 USD THO Sep/16
Gold, Unwrought Or In Powder Form 460020.00 USD THO Sep/16
Spark-ignition Piston Engines 400582.00 USD THO Sep/16
Spark-ignition Reciprocating Piston En 397729.00 USD THO Sep/16

Mexico Exports of Newspapers, Journals & Periodicals, No Notes

This page includes a chart with historical data for Mexico Exports of Newspapers, Journals & Periodicals, No. Mexico Exports of Newspapers, Journals & Periodicals, No - actual data, historical chart and calendar of releases - was last updated on February of 2017.

Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
546.00 759.00 19187.00 431.00 1993 - 2016 USD THO Monthly
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Wednesday February 22 2017
Mexico GDP Growth Revised Up to 0.7% In Q4  
The Mexican economy expanded 0.7 percent on quarter in the last three months of 2016, slowing from an upwardly revised 1.1 percent rise in the previous period but higher than 0.6 percent in the preliminary estimate. Services increased more than anticipated and industrial production rose slightly, final figures showed.
Thursday February 09 2017
Mexico Inflation Rate At 4-1/2-Year High Of 4.72%  
Consumer prices in Mexico jumped 4.72 percent year-on year in January of 2017, following a 3.36 percent rise in December and above market expectations of 4.7 percent. The inflation rate accelerated for the seventh straight month, reaching the highest since September of 2012, mainly due to rising energy cost after the government hiked gasoline prices by near 20 percent in the beginning of the year.
Tuesday January 31 2017
Mexico Annual GDP Growth Below Expectations in Q4  
The Mexican economy expanded 2.2 percent year-on-year in the last three months of 2016, higher than 2 percent in the previous period but slightly below forecasts of 2.3 percent, preliminary estimates showed.
Tuesday January 31 2017
Mexico GDP Growth Slows To 0.6% In Q4  
The Mexican economy expanded 0.6 percent on quarter in the last three months of 2016, below 1 percent in the previous quarter and lower than market expectations of 0.7 percent. Services eased and industrial output was flat, preliminary estimates showed.
Thursday January 26 2017
Mexico Trade Balance Swings To Surplus In December  
Mexico recorded a trade surplus of USD 28 million in December of 2016 compared to a trade gap of USD 715 million a year ago, as exports advanced more than imports.
Friday January 20 2017
Mexico Unemployment Rate Declines to 3.4%  
The jobless rate in Mexico decreased to 3.4 percent in December of 2016 from 3.96 percent a year earlier and below market expectations of 3.5 percent. It is the lowest jobless rate for a December month since 2005. On a seasonally adjusted basis, it increased to 3.7 percent from 3.6 percent.
Monday January 09 2017
Mexico Inflation Rate At 2-Year High Of 3.36%  
Consumer prices in Mexico increased 3.36 percent year-on-year in December of 2016, following a 3.31 percent rise in November and compared to market expectations of 3.4 percent. The inflation rate accelerated for the sixth straight month, reaching the highest since December of 2014, boosted by food, housing and energy cost. The central bank expects inflation to rise toward 4 percent in 2017, partially reflecting a weaker peso.
Friday December 23 2016
Mexico Trade Balance Swings to Surplus in November  
Mexico recorded a trade surplus of $0.2 billion in November of 2016 compared to a trade gap of $1.6 billion a year ago, as exports advanced more than imports.
Friday December 23 2016
Mexico Unemployment Rate Falls to 3.5%  
The jobless rate in Mexico decreased to 3.5 percent in November of 2016 from 3.96 percent a year earlier. It is the lowest jobless rate for a November month since 2005. On a seasonally adjusted basis, it was steady at 3.6 percent.
Thursday December 08 2016
Mexico Inflation Rate At 2-Year High of 3.3% In November  
Consumer prices in Mexico increased by 3.31 percent year-on-year in November 2016, following a 3.06 percent growth in October, and in line with market expectations. It was the highest inflation rate since December 2014, boosted by cost of food, housing and transportation. On a monthly basis, prices jumped 0.78 percent.
Monday November 28 2016
Mexico Unemployment Rate Down to 3.7%  
The jobless rate in Mexico decreased to 3.7 percent in October of 2016 from 4.6 percent a year earlier. It is the lowest jobless rate for an October month since 2006. On a seasonally adjusted basis, it decreased to 3.6 percent from 3.9 percent in the previous month.
Friday November 25 2016
Mexico Trade Gap Narrows in October  
Mexico's trade deficit narrowed to $0.9 billion in October 2016 compared to $1.5 billion a year earlier and below market expectations of a $1.7 billion gap, as imports fell more than exports.
Wednesday November 23 2016
Mexican GDP Growth Confirmed At 1% in Q3  
The Mexican economy advanced 1 percent on quarter in the third quarter of 2016, in a line with preliminary estimates, and following an upwardly revised 0.1 percent growth in the previous period. It is the strongest growth rate since the second quarter of 2014, boosted mainly by the services sector.
Wednesday November 23 2016
Mexican Economy Expands 2% YoY In Q3  
The GDP in Mexico advanced 2 percent year-on-year in the third quarter of 2016, matching preliminary estimates and following 2.6 percent expansion in the previous period. It is the lowest growth rate since the second quarter of 2014, mainly due to a slump in an industrial output.
Wednesday November 09 2016
Mexico Inflation Rate Hits Highest Level in 18 Months  
Consumer prices in Mexico increased by 3.06 percent year-on-year in October 2016, following a 2.97 percent growth in September, but staying slightly below market expectations of a 3.10 percent gain. It was the highest inflation rate since April 2015, boosted by higher cost of food, housing and transportation.
Monday October 31 2016
Mexico Annual GDP Growth Slows to 2% in Q3  
The GDP in Mexico advanced 2 percent year-on-year in the third quarter of 2016, slowing from a 2.5 percent expansion in the previous period but matching market expectations. It is the lowest growth rate since the second quarter of 2014, mainly due to a 1 percent slump in industrial output, preliminary figures showed.
Monday October 31 2016
Mexico GDP Growth at Near 2-Year High  
The Mexican economy advanced 1 percent on quarter in the three months to September of 2016, recovering from a 0.2 percent contraction in the previous period and beating market expectations of a 0.9 percent rise. It is the strongest growth rate since the second quarter of 2014, boosted by the services sector, preliminary figures showed.
Wednesday October 26 2016
Mexico Trade Gap Widens 9% YoY in September  
Mexico's trade deficit widened 9 percent to $1.6 billion in September 2016 compared to 1.5 billion a year earlier and above market expectations of $0.7 billion gap. Exports went up 1.4 percent and imports rose 1.7 percent.
Monday October 24 2016
Mexico Unemployment Rate Falls to 4.1% in September  
The jobless rate in Mexico decreased to 4.1 percent in September of 2016 compared to 4.5 percent a year earlier. It is the lowest unemployment rate for a September month since 2008 but higher than market expectations of 4 percent. On a seasonally adjusted basis, it increased to 3.9 percent from 3.7 percent in the previous month.
Friday October 07 2016
Mexico Inflation Rate at 17-Month High  
Consumer prices in Mexico increased 2.97 percent year-on-year in September of 2016, higher than a 2.73 percent gain in August. Inflation rose for the third straight month to the highest since April of 2014, boosted by food prices. The inflation rate has been running below the central bank’s 3 percent target since mid-2015 due to lower oil prices and despite the peso depreciation. Yet, the central bank already raised interest rates three times this year aiming to contain inflationary pressures that may arise from a weaker currency.
Wednesday September 28 2016
Mexico Jobless Rate Falls to 4% in August  
Mexican unemployment rate declined to 4 percent in August of 2016, compared to 4.7 percent a year ago and in line with market expectations. It was the lowest jobless rate for August month since 2008. On a seasonally adjusted basis, the jobless rate was steady at 3.7 percent compared to the previous month.
Tuesday September 27 2016
Mexico Trade Gap Narrows 32.2% YoY in August  
Mexico's trade deficit fell 32.2 percent to USD 1.91 billion in August 2016 from USD 2.82 billion a year earlier, above market expectations of USD 2.37 billion gap. Exports rose 4.5 percent while imports increased at a slower 1.5 percent.
Thursday September 08 2016
Mexico Inflation Rate Rises Slightly to 2.73% in August  
Consumer prices in Mexico rose 2.73 percent year-on-year on August of 2016, following a 2.65 percent increase in July and lower than market expectations of 2.78 percent. The inflation rate has been running below the central bank’s 3 percent target since mid-2015 due to lower oil prices and despite the peso depreciation. Yet, the central bank already raised interest rates twice this year aiming to contain inflationary pressures that may arise from a weaker currency.
Monday August 29 2016
Mexico Jobless Rate Rises to 4.0% in July  
Mexican unemployment rate increased to 4.0 percent in July of 2016 from 3.93 percent in June, while below market expectations of 4.2 percent. Meantime, it was the lowest level for July month since 2007. A year earlier, the jobless rate was higher at 4.72 percent. On a seasonally adjusted basis, the jobless rate fell to 3.8 percent from 3.9 percent, the lowest in almost eight years.
Friday August 26 2016
Mexico Trade Gap Narrows 23% YoY in July  
Mexico's trade deficit decreased to $1827 million in July of 2016 from $2376.2 million a year earlier, well above market expectations of $950 million gap. Exports fell 9.0 percent, mainly due to lower sales of oil, while imports declined at a faster 9.9 percent as purchases of intermediate goods fell the most.
Monday August 22 2016
Mexico GDP Expands 2.5% YoY in Q2  
The Mexican economy advanced 2.5 percent year-on-year in the second quarter of 2016, compared to a preliminary reading of 2.4 percent and better than a 2.4 percent growth rate in the previous two quarters. Production in industry and agriculture expanded at a faster pace while the services sector grew less due to a slower expansion in domestic demand.
Monday August 22 2016
Mexico GDP Shrinks Less than Expected in Q2  
The Mexican economy contracted 0.2 percent on quarter in the three months to June of 2016, compared to a 0.3 percent decline in the preliminary estimates, final figures showed. Yet, it is the first contraction since the second quarter of 2013, due to a drop in industrial output.
Tuesday August 09 2016
Mexico Inflation at 5-Month High in July  
Consumer prices in Mexico went up 2.65 percent year-on-year in July of 2016, following 2.54 percent increase in the previous month while below market expectations of a 2.73 percent. It was the highest reading since February, mainly lifted by transport cost. On a monthly basis, prices went up 0.26 percent.
Monday August 22 2016
Mexico GDP Grows 2.4% YoY in Q2  
The Mexican economy expanded 2.4 percent year-on-year in the second quarter of 2016, following a 2.6 percent expansion in the previous period, in line with market expectations. Farm activity recorded the highest growth rate while services expanded at a slower pace and industrial activity remained sluggish.
Friday July 29 2016
Mexican Economy Contracts for the 1st Time in 3 Years  
The Mexican economy shrank 0.3 percent on quarter in the three months to June 2016, following a 0.8 percent expansion in the previous period and staying below market expectations of 0.1 percent growth, according to preliminary estimates. It was the first contraction since the second quarter of 2013.
Wednesday July 27 2016
Mexico Jobless Rate Edges Down to 3.9% in June  
Mexican unemployment rate fell to 3.9 percent in June of 2016 from 4 percent in May, beating market expectations. A year earlier, the jobless rate was slightly higher at 4.4 percent.
Tuesday July 26 2016
Mexico Trade Gap Narrows 36.7% YoY in June  
Mexico's trade deficit fell 36.7 percent to USD 523.6 million in June of 2016 from USD 827 million a year earlier, above market expectations of USD 250 million gap. Exports fell 5.4 percent while imports declined at a faster 6.1 percent.
Thursday July 07 2016
Mexico Inflation Edges Down to 2.5% in June  
Consumer prices in Mexico went up 2.54 percent year-on-year in June of 2016, slightly down from a 2.6 percent increase in the previous month. The figure came slightly below market expectations of a 2.6 percent inflation as cost of fresh food rose at a slower pace and energy prices fell.
Tuesday June 28 2016
Mexico Jobless Rate Up To 4% in May  
Mexico unemployment rate came in at 4 percent in May of 2016, up from 3.8 percent in April. Employment rate dropped to 95.97 percent from 96.2 in the previous period. A year earlier, the jobless rate was higher at 4.45 percent.
Monday June 27 2016
Mexico Trade Gap Narrows In May  
Mexico trade deficit narrowed by 52.6 percent year-on-year to USD 527 million in May of 2016 from a USD 1113.3 million gap a year earlier as exports rose, while while imports fell. Considering the first five months of the year, exports decreased by 5 percent while imports dropped 2.9 percent.
Thursday June 09 2016
Mexico Inflation Rate Up to 2.6% in May  
Consumer prices in Mexico went up 2.6 percent year-on-year in May of 2016, slightly up from a 2.54 percent rise in the previous month and market expectations of 2.58 percent. Although marginal, it is the first increase in inflation since February when the central bank unexpectedly raised interest rates aiming to protect the currency. The inflation rate has been running below the central bank’s 3 percent target since mid-2015 due to lower oil prices.
Friday May 27 2016
Mexico Jobless Rate Rises Slightly to 3.8%  
Mexico unemployment rate came in at 3.8 percent in April of 2016, slightly up from a nearly 8-year low 3.74 percent in March and the employment rate fell slightly. A year earlier, the jobless rate was higher at 4.31 percent.
Wednesday May 25 2016
Mexico Trade Gap Widens in April  
Mexico trade balance recorded a deficit of USD 2079.6 million in April of 2016 up from a USD 85.3 million gap a year earlier as exports fell more than imports. Considering the first four months of the year, exports decreased by 6.4 percent while imports dropped 3.2 percent.
Friday May 20 2016
Mexican GDP Growth Confirmed at 0.8% in Q1  
The Mexican economy advanced 0.8 percent on quarter in the first three months of 2016, higher than a 0.5 percent increase in the previous period and in line with preliminary estimates. The services sector recorded the lowest growth rate in a year while industrial production and agriculture rebounded.
Friday May 20 2016
Mexico GDP Growth Rate Revised Down to 2.6% YoY  
The Mexican economy advanced 2.6 percent year-on-year in the first three months of 2016, missing preliminary estimates of a 2.9 percent expansion, final figures showed. Yet, first quarter figures compare to a downwardly revised 2.4 percent growth in the last three months of 2015. Services remained the main driver of growth, industrial output accelerated less than expected and agriculture rebounded. On a quarterly basis, the economy expanded 0.8 percent, the same as in earlier estimates.
Tuesday May 10 2016
Mexico Inflation Rate Slows in April  
Consumer prices in Mexico increased 2.54 percent year-on-year in April of 2016, slightly down from a 2.6 percent rise in the previous month and compared to markets expectations of 2.6 percent.
Friday May 20 2016
Mexican Economy Expands 0.8% QoQ in Q1  
The GDP in Mexico expanded 0.8 percent on quarter in the first three months of 2016, higher than 0.5 percent in the previous period, as industrial production and agriculture rebounded and services growth remained robust.
Friday April 29 2016
Mexico GDP Growth at 3-Year High  
The Mexican economy expanded 2.9 percent year-on-year in the first three months of 2016, higher than a 2.5 percent increase in the previous quarter. It is the highest growth rate since the last quarter of 2012 as production in both industry and agriculture accelerated and services growth remained robust.
Wednesday April 27 2016
Mexico Jobless Rate at Nearly 8-Year Low  
Mexico unemployment rate came in at 3.74 percent in March of 2016, down from 4.15 percent in February and reaching the lowest value since May of 2008.
Tuesday April 26 2016
Mexico Trade Surplus Narrows in March  
Mexico trade balance recorded a surplus of USD 155 million in March of 2016 down 67 percent from a USD 470 million surplus year earlier as exports fell more than imports. Considering the first quarter of 2016, exports fell 5.8 percent and imports decreased by 3.8 percent.
Thursday April 07 2016
Mexico Inflation Rate Slows in March  
Consumer prices in Mexico increased 2.6 percent year-on-year in March of 2016, easing from a 2.9 percent rise in the previous month and matching market expectations.
Wednesday March 30 2016
Mexico Unemployment Rate Down to 4.15%  
Mexican jobless rate was recorded at 4.15 percent in February of 2016 from the 4.24 percent in the previous month.
Monday March 28 2016
Mexico Trade Balance Swings to Deficit  
Mexico recorded a trade deficit of USD 725 million in February of 2016, compared to a USD 591.5 million surplus a year earlier and market expectations of a USD 400 million gap. Lower oil prices keep dragging exports down while imports increased for the first time in seven months.
Wednesday March 09 2016
Mexico Inflation Rate Highest Since June 2015  
Consumer prices in Mexico increased by 2.87 percent year-on-year in February 2016, accelerating from a 2.61 percent growth in the previous month, while missing market expectations of 2.94 percent. It was the highest figure since June 2015, as higher prices of food and housing continued to push inflation up. On a monthly basis, prices went up by 0.44 percent.
Friday February 26 2016
Mexico Trade Gap Widens 5.5% in January  
Mexico recorded a trade deficit of USD 3441 million in January of 2016, compared to a USD 3262 million surplus a year earlier and below market expectations of USD 4200 million gap. Exports fell 7.6 percent mainly due to lower oil sales, while imports declined 6.2 percent.
Friday February 26 2016
Mexico Jobless Rate Up to 4.24%  
Mexican unemployment rate came in at 4.2 percent in January of 2016 from 4 percent in the previous two months while staying below market expectations of 4.4 percent. A year earlier, the jobless rate was slightly higher at 4.5 percent.
Tuesday February 23 2016
Mexico GDP Growth Slows in Q4  
The Mexican economy advanced 0.5 percent on quarter in the three months to December of 2015, slowing from a 0.8 percent expansion in the previous period, final data showed. The figure came below initial 0.6 growth, as industrial and agricultural sectors contracted while services sector growth was unrevised.
Tuesday February 23 2016
Mexico GDP Growth Confirmed at 2.5% YoY in Q4  
The Mexican economy expanded 2.5 percent year-on-year in the last quarter of 2015, compared to a 2.6 growth in the previous period, according to the final estimates. While services sector growth accelerated, industrial and agricultural sectors rose at a slower pace.
Wednesday February 17 2016
Mexico Raises Key Rate to 3.75%  
The central bank of Mexico hiked the overnight lending rate target by a half percentage point to 3.75 percent, during an unusual policy meeting held on February 17th. The bank also intervened directly in the forex market by selling USD as part of an aggressive new program in a major policy shift to support the peso, which plunged to fresh lows in recent weeks.
Tuesday February 09 2016
Mexico Inflation Rate at 6-Month High  
Consumer prices in Mexico increased 2.61 percent year-on-year in January of 2016, accelerating from a 2.13 percent growth in the previous month, above market forecasts of 2.52 percent rise. It was the highest reading since July of 2015, as cost of food (3.78 percent from 2.12 percent in December) and housing (1.52 percent from 1.23 percent in December) rose at a faster pace. On a monthly basis, prices went up by 0.38 percent.
Friday January 29 2016
Mexican Economy Expands 2.5% in Q4  
The Mexican economy advanced 2.5 percent year-on-year in the last quarter of 2015, compared to a 2.6 expansion in the previous period while beating market expectations of 2.3 percent, according to preliminary estimates. The services sector was the main driver of growth.
Friday January 29 2016
Mexican GDP Grows 0.6% in Q4, Beats Forecast  
The Mexican economy advanced 0.6 percent on quarter in the three months to December of 2015, slowing from a 0.8 percent expansion in the previous period but staying above expectations of 0.5 percent, according to preliminary estimates. The services sector was the main driver of expansion while agriculture shrank and industry showed no growth.
Wednesday January 27 2016
Mexico Trade Balance Swings to Deficit in December  
Mexico recorded a trade deficit of USD 927 million in December of 2015, compared to a USD 283 million surplus a year earlier and above market expectations of USD 644 million gap. Exports dropped by 9.3 percent mainly due to lower oil sales, while imports fell at a slower 5.8 percent. For the whole year of 2015, trade gap widened to USD 14460.4 million, from a USD 2849 million a year earlier, as exports fell 4.1 percent while import 1.2 percent.
Monday January 25 2016
Mexico Unemployment Rate Steady at 3.96%  
Mexican jobless rate came in at 3.96 percent in December of 2015, the same as in the previous month and the lowest since March. A year earlier, unemployment was slightly lower at 3.76 percent.
Thursday January 07 2016
Mexico Inflation Rate Down to Fresh Record Low  
Consumer prices in Mexico increased 2.13 percent year-on-year in December of 2015, slowing from a 2.21 percent rise in the previous month and the lowest inflation rate on record. The central bank of Mexico said it expected the inflation to end the year around 2 percent, before rising to near the bank's 3 percent target in 2016.
Thursday December 24 2015
Mexican Unemployment at 8-Month Low  
Mexican jobless rate decreased to 3.96 percent in November of 2015 from 4.55 percent in October, well below market expectations. A year earlier, unemployment was higher at 4.53 percent.
Thursday December 24 2015
Mexico Trade Deficit Widens in November  
Mexican trade deficit increased to USD 1,569 million in November of 2015, compared to a USD 1,049 million gap a year earlier and beating market expectations of USD 1,001 million gap. Exports dropped by 4.1 percent mainly due to lower oil sales, while imports fell at a slower 2.4 percent.
Wednesday December 09 2015
Mexico Inflation Rate Falls to New Record Low of 2.2%  
Annual inflation rate in Mexico cooled to 2.21 percent in November of 2015, fresh record low, marking the longest period ever where the pace of consumer price gains has stayed below the central bank's 3 percent target.
Friday November 27 2015
Mexican Trade Gap Widens Sharply in October  
Mexican trade deficit increased to USD 1,444 million in October of 2015, compared to a USD 64 million gap a year earlier and beating market expectations of USD 1,785 million gap. Exports dropped by 7.4 percent mainly due to lower oil sales, while imports fell at a slower 3.6 percent.
Friday November 27 2015
Mexican Unemployment Edges Up Slightly  
Mexican jobless rate increased to 4.55 percent in October of 2015 from 4.5 percent in September, above market expectations. A year earlier, unemployment was higher at 4.78 percent.
Friday November 20 2015
Mexican Economy Expands 2.6% YoY in Q3  
The GDP in Mexico advanced 2.6 percent year-on-year in the third quarter of 2015, higher than a preliminary estimate of a 2.4 percent growth, final figures showed. It is the strongest expansion so far this year, bringing growth rate for the first nine months of the year to 2.5 percent.
Friday November 20 2015
Mexico GDP Growth At 2-Year High  
The Mexican economy advanced 0.8 percent on quarter in the three months to September of 2015, higher than a preliminary estimate of a 0.6 percent growth. It is the strongest expansion in two years boosted by a rebound in industrial sector and growth in services.
Monday November 09 2015
Mexico Inflation Rate Edges Down  
Consumer prices in Mexico increased 2.48 percent year-on-year in October of 2015, slightly lower than a 2.52 percent rise in September, hitting a fresh record low for the sixth straight month. The inflation rate has been below the central bank’s 3 percent target since May as sluggish growth and lower telecom and housing related prices have slowed consumer inflation, despite a nearly 12 percent depreciation of the peso against the USD since the beginning of the year.
Friday October 30 2015
Mexico GDP Up 2.4% YoY in Q3  
The GDP in Mexico advanced 2.4 year-on-year in the third quarter of 2015, maintaining the 2.4 percent growth rate of the first half of 2015, according to preliminary estimates released by the statistical institute.
Friday October 30 2015
Mexico GDP Growth Accelerates in Q3  
The Mexican economy advanced 0.6 percent on quarter in the three months to September of 2015, accelerating from a 0.5 percent expansion in the previous period, according to preliminary estimates released by the statistical institute. Industry picked up while agriculture output rebounded.
Tuesday October 27 2015
Mexican Trade Balance Swings to Deficit in September  
Mexico recorded a trade gap of USD 1,420 million in September of 2015, compared to a USD 481 million surplus a year earlier, as exports declined 5.6 percent while imports remained unchanged.
Friday October 23 2015
Mexico Unemployment Rate at 3-Month Low  
Mexican jobless rate decreased to 4.5 percent in September of 2015 from 4.68 percent in August, below market expectations. A year earlier, unemployment was higher at 5.08 percent.
Thursday October 08 2015
Mexico Inflation Rate Slows Slightly  
Annual inflation rate in Mexico eased to 2.52 percent in September from 2.59 percent in August of 2015. The inflation hit a fresh record low for the fifth straight month despite a nearly 13 percent depreciation of the peso against the USD since the beginning of the year.
Monday September 28 2015
Mexico Unemployment Rate Falls Slightly  
Mexican jobless rate decreased to 4.68 percent in August of 2015 from 4.72 percent in July, in line with market expectations. A year earlier, unemployment was higher at 5.18 percent.
Friday September 25 2015
Mexico Trade Deficit Widens to 7-Month High  
Mexican trade deficit increased to USD 2800 million in August of 2015 from a USD 1197 million deficit a year earlier and way above market expectations, as exports declined at a faster pace than imports.
Wednesday September 09 2015
Mexico Inflation Rate Falls to Fresh Record Low  
The annual inflation rate in Mexico was recorded at 2.59 percent in August, slowing from 2.74 percent in July and hitting a fresh record low for the fourth straight month.
Friday August 28 2015
Mexico Unemployment Rate at 9-Month High  
Mexican jobless rate rose to 4.72 percent in July of 2015 from 4.41 percent in June, but in line with market expectations.
Thursday August 27 2015
Mexico Trade Deficit Widens in July  
Mexico recorded a USD 2267 million trade gap in July of 2015, higher than a USD 1197 million deficit a year earlier due to a fall in oil sales.
Thursday August 20 2015
Mexico GDP Growth Beats Expectations  
The Mexican economy advanced 2.2 percent year-on-year in the three months to June, slowing from an upwardly revised 2.6 percent expansion in the first quarter but above market forecasts. The growth was boosted by the services sector while mining shrank for the sixth straight quarter.
Thursday August 20 2015
Mexican Economy Expands 0.5% QoQ in Q2  
The Mexican economy advanced 0.5 percent on quarter in the three months to June, slightly up from a 0.4 percent expansion in the first quarter and better than market expectations.
Friday August 07 2015
Mexico Inflation Rate Down to 2.74%  
Mexican annual inflation rate slowed slightly to 2.74 percent in July of 2015 from 2.87 percent in June, hitting the lowest level on record.
Monday July 27 2015
Mexico Trade Balance Swings to Deficit  
Mexico recorded a USD 749 million trade gap in June of 2015 compared to t a USD 385.6 million surplus a year earlier, driven by a surge in consumer imports.
Friday July 24 2015
Mexico Unemployment Rate Steady in June  
The jobless rate in Mexico was recorded at 4.41 percent in June of 2015 roughly unchanged from 4.45 percent in the previous month.
Thursday July 09 2015
Mexico Inflation Rate Down to Fresh Record Low  
Mexican annual inflation rate slowed slightly to 2.87 percent in June of 2015 from 2.88 percent in May, hitting the lowest value on record.
Friday June 26 2015
Mexico Posts Trade Deficit in May  
Mexico recorded a USD 1017 million trade gap in May of 2015 from a USD 131 million surplus a year earlier as exports fell 8.8 percent while imports declined at a slower 5.5 percent.
Friday June 26 2015
Mexico Unemployment Rate at 4-Month High  
Mexican jobless rate increased for the second consecutive month to 4.45 percent in May of 2015 from 4.31 percent in April. It is the highest rate since January.
Tuesday June 09 2015
Mexico Inflation Rate Falls to Record Low  
Mexican consumer prices rose 2.88 percent year-on-year in May of 2015, following a 3.06 percent increase in April. Is the lowest rate on record mainly due to lower food and energy cost.
Thursday May 28 2015
Mexico Unemployment Rate Edges Up in April  
Mexican jobless rate increased to 4.31 percent in April of 2015 from a 3-month low of 3.86 percent in March. A year earlier, unemployment was recorded at 4.84 percent.
Monday May 25 2015
Mexico Posts Trade Deficit in April  
The Mexican trade balance swung into a USD 85 million gap in April of 2015 from a USD 499 million surplus a year earlier as exports fell more than imports.
Thursday May 21 2015
Mexico GDP Growth Slows to 2.5% in Q1  
The Mexican economy advanced 2.5 percent year-on-year in the first three months of 2015, slightly down from 2.6 percent in the previous period, but beating market expectations. While mining contracted the most, growth was boosted by construction, retail sales and manufacturing.
Thursday May 21 2015
Mexico GDP Grows 0.4% in Q1  
The Mexican economy expanded 0.4 percent on quarter in the first three months of 2015, down from a 0.7 percent expansion in the previous period but above market expectations.
Thursday May 07 2015
Mexico Inflation Rate Slows Slightly  
Mexican consumer prices rose 3.06 percent year-on-year in April of 2015, easing from a 3.14 percent increase in March and closer to the central bank’s target. The monthly index fell 0.26 percent, the highest drop in eleven months.
Monday April 27 2015
Mexico Trade Surplus Narrows in March  
Mexican trade surplus shrank to USD 479.8 million in March of 2015 from a USD 948.9 million surplus a year earlier, as imports grew at a faster pace than exports.
Monday April 27 2015
Mexico Unemployment Rate at 3-Month Low  
Mexican jobless rate decreased to 3.86 percent in March of 2015 from 4.33 percent in the previous month. It is the lowest rate since December when it reached a six-year low of 3.76 percent.
Thursday April 09 2015
Mexico Inflation Rate Edges Up in March  
Consumer prices in Mexico rose 3.14 percent year-on-year in March, slightly up from a nine-year low 3 percent in February as transport cost increased at a faster pace.
Friday March 27 2015
Mexico Trade Surplus Narrows in February  
Mexican trade surplus decreased to USD 558 million in February of 2015 from a USD 918.21 million surplus a year earlier, driven by a 46.5 drop in oil sales.
Monday March 09 2015
Mexican Inflation Rate at Nearly 9-Year Low  
Consumer prices in Mexico rose less than analysts expected in February, pushing the inflation rate to 3 percent, the lowest since May 2006.
Friday February 27 2015
Mexico Unemployment Rate Rises in January  
Mexican jobless rate increased to 4.51 percent in January, after reaching a six-year low 3.76 percent in the previous month.
Thursday February 26 2015
Mexico Posts Highest Trade Deficit in 6 Years  
Mexican trade gap widened to USD 3248 million in January of 2015 from a USD 3182 million shortfall a year earlier. It is the highest deficit since late 2008 as plunging oil prices are bringing exports down.
Friday February 20 2015
Mexico GDP Advances 0.7% in Q4  
The Mexican economy expanded 0.7 percent on quarter in the last three months of 2014, up from a 0.5 percent expansion in the previous period but below market expectations.
Friday February 20 2015
Mexico GDP Growth Highest in 2 Years  
The Mexican economy advanced 2.6 percent year-on-year in the last three months of 2014, up from 2.2 percent in the previous period and matching market expectations. The growth was boosted by retail sales, manufacturing and construction while mining was dragged down by lower oil output.
Monday February 09 2015
Mexico's Inflation Rate at 4-Year Low in January  
Mexican annual inflation rate declined to 3.07 percent in January of 2015 from 4.08 percent recorded in December. It was the lowest rate since March of 2011, slightly below market expectations and back to the central bank’s target of 4 percent for the first time in seven months.
Thursday January 29 2015
Mexico Leaves Monetary Policy Unchanged  
Mexico's central bank left its benchmark interest rate on hold at 3 percent in January as widely expected, saying current policy stance is congruent with inflation target.
Tuesday January 27 2015
Mexico Trade Surplus Narrows in December  
Mexican trade surplus decreased to USD 254 million in December of 2014 from a USD 1626 million surplus a year earlier, hurt by a drop in oil sales.
Friday January 16 2015
Mexico Unemployment Rate The Lowest in 6 Years  
Mexican jobless rate declined to 3.76 percent in December of 2014 from 4.53 percent in the previous month. It is the fifth consecutive decrease and the lowest figure since May of 2008.
Thursday January 08 2015
Mexico Inflation Rate At 5-Month Low  
Mexican annual inflation rate eased slightly to 4.08 percent in December from 4.17 percent in November. It is the lowest rate in five months but still above the central bank's 4 percent tolerance ceiling.
Friday December 26 2014
Mexico Trade Balance Swings to Deficit  
Mexico posted a USD 1076 million gap in November of 2014 compared with a USD 316 million surplus a year earlier as imports rose at a faster pace than exports.
Friday December 19 2014
Mexico Unemployment Rate Down to 11-Month Low  
Mexican jobless rate decreased for the fourth straight month to 4.53 percent in November of 2014 from 4.78 percent in the previous month.
Tuesday December 09 2014
Mexico Inflation Rate Edges Down in November  
Mexican consumer prices rose 4.17 percent year-on-year in November following a 4.3 percent increase in the previous month. Although the inflation rate slowed for the first time in seven months, it is still above the central bank's 4 percent tolerance ceiling.
Friday December 05 2014
Mexico Keeps Interest Rate Unchanged at 3%  
Bank of Mexico held its benchmark interest rate at record low of 3 percent on December 12th despite a weak growth outlook.
Wednesday November 26 2014
Mexico Posts Trade Surplus in October  
Mexican trade balance turned into a USD 143 million surplus in October of 2014 from a USD 135 million deficit a year earlier as exports hit a new record high.
Monday November 24 2014
Mexico Unemployment Rate Falls Further  
Mexican jobless rate decreased to 4.78 percent in October of 2014 from 5.08 percent in the previous month. It is the lowest rate since February of 2014.
Friday November 21 2014
Mexico GDP Expands 2.2% in Q3  
Mexican GDP growth accelerated to 2.2 percent year-on-year in the third quarter of 2014 from 1.6 percent in the previous period. It is the highest gain in seven quarters as industrial production increased at a faster pace.
Friday November 21 2014
Mexico GDP Growth Slows in Q3  
The Mexican economy advanced 0.5 percent on quarter in the three months to September of 2014, down from a revised 1 percent increase in the previous period due to lower production in industry and services.
Friday November 07 2014
Mexico Inflation Rate Keeps Rising  
Mexican annual inflation rate accelerated further to 4.3 percent in October of 2014 from 4.22 percent in September, pushed up by higher food prices. Monthly inflation accelerated to 0.55 percent, the highest in nine months.
Friday October 31 2014
Mexico Leaves Monetary Policy Unchanged  
The Central Bank of Mexico decided to hold the benchmark interest rate at 3 percent on October 31st, as no inflationary pressures are anticipated.
Monday October 27 2014
Mexico Trade Surplus Narrows in September  
Mexican trade surplus decreased to USD 0.590 billion in September of 2014 from a USD 0.651 billion surplus a year earlier, as imports increased slightly more than exports. Yet, it is the first surplus in three months.
Friday October 17 2014
Mexico Unemployment Rate Falls Slightly to 5.08%  
Mexican jobless rate decreased to 5.08 percent in September of 2014 from 5.18 percent in the previous month. Upon seasonal adjustment, the unemployment rate decreased to 4.75 percent from a revised 4.83 percent rate.
Thursday October 09 2014
Mexico Inflation Rate Rises Further  
Mexican annual inflation rate accelerated for the fifth straight month to 4.22 percent in September of 2014 from 4.15 percent in August. Monthly inflation rose to 0.44 percent, the highest rate in eight months.
Friday September 26 2014
Mexico Posts Trade Deficit in August  
Mexican trade balance turned into a USD 1.12 billion deficit in August of 2014. It is second consecutive monthly shortfall and compares with a USD 0.22 billion gap a year earlier. Exports rose at a slower pace than imports hurt by a drop in oil sales.
Monday September 22 2014
Mexico Unemployment Rate Edges Down to 5.18%  
Mexican jobless rate decreased slightly to 5.18 percent in August of 2014 from 5.47 percent in July. Upon seasonal adjustment, the unemployment rate decreased to 4.87 percent.
Tuesday September 09 2014
Mexico Inflation Rate Up to 6-Month High  
Mexican annual inflation rate accelerated to 4.15 percent in August of 2014 from 4.07 percent in July, staying above the central bank’s target ceiling for the second straight month.
Friday September 05 2014
Mexico Holds Key Rate at 3%  
At its September 2014 meeting, the Central Bank of Mexico decided to leave the benchmark interest rate unchanged at 3 percent, as widely expected.
Wednesday August 27 2014
Mexico Trade Deficit Narrows in July  
Mexican trade gap decreased to USD 0.98 billion in July of 2014 compared with a USD 1.4 billion shortfall a year earlier. Exports rose at a faster pace than imports, boosted by a surge in auto sales to the United States.
Friday August 22 2014
Mexican Economy Advances 1% QoQ in Q2  
Mexico’s GDP expanded a quarter-on-quarter seasonally adjusted 1 percent in the April to June period, up from a revised 0.4 percent increase in the previous quarter and driven by the industrial and services sectors.
Thursday August 21 2014
Mexico GDP Growth Beats Expectations  
Mexican economy advanced 1.6 percent year-on-year in the second quarter of 2014, down from a revised 1.9 percent increase in the previous period. Despite the slowdown, second quarter figures came above market expectations.
Thursday August 07 2014
Mexico Inflation Rate Rises in July  
Mexican annual inflation rate accelerated for the third straight month to 4.07 percent in July of 2014 from 3.75 percent in the previous month, due to higher prices of food, beverages, tobacco and transport.
Friday July 25 2014
Mexican Trade Surplus Widens in June  
Mexico's trade surplus increased to USD 424 million in June of 2014 from USD 132 million in May, but narrowed from a USD 920 million surplus a year earlier. In the first half of 2014, the country posted a USD 249 million trade deficit.
Friday July 18 2014
Mexico Unemployment Rate Falls to 4.8%  
Mexican jobless rate decreased to 4.8 percent in June of 2014 from 4.92 percent in the previous month. Upon seasonal adjustment, the unemployment rate fell to 4.84 percent.
Friday July 11 2014
Mexico Leaves Monetary Policy Unchanged  
At its July 11th, 2014 meeting, Central Bank of Mexico left the benchmark interest rate on hold at 3 percent, following last month’s cut, as no inflationary pressures are expected.
Wednesday July 09 2014
Mexico Inflation Rate Up to 3.75%  
Mexican annual inflation rate accelerated to 3.75 percent in June from 3.51 percent in May, driven by higher food cost.
Friday June 27 2014
Mexico Trade Surplus Down to 4-Month Low  
Mexican trade surplus narrowed for the second consecutive month to USD 132 million in May of 2014 from USD 510 million in the previous month. A year earlier, the country posted a USD 460 million deficit.
Monday June 23 2014
Mexico Unemployment Rate Rises Slightly in May  
Mexican jobless rate increased to 4.92 percent in May of 2014, up from 4.84 percent recorded in the previous month and reaching the highest rate in four months. A year earlier, the unemployment was recorded at 4.93 percent.
Monday June 09 2014
Mexico Inflation Rate Stable in May  
Mexican annual inflation rate was recorded at 3.51 percent in May of 2014, almost unchanged from 3.5 percent reported in April as a slowdown in prices of utilities offset higher food cost.
Friday June 06 2014
Mexico Cuts Overnight Rate to Record Low of 3%  
At its June 6th, 2014 meeting, Central Bank of Mexico slashed its overnight interest rate by 50 bps to a record low of 3 percent to boost the economy that has failed to recover this year.
Monday May 26 2014
Mexico Reports Trade Surplus in April  
Mexico reported its third trade surplus in a row in April, the longest streak in almost two years, as manufacturing exports surged and imports fell.
Friday May 23 2014
Mexican Economy Expands 0.28% QoQ in Q1  
Mexican GDP advanced a seasonally adjusted 0.28 percent in the first three months of 2014, slightly up from a downwardly revised 0.13 percent expansion in the previous quarter, but below from market expectations.
Friday May 23 2014
Mexican GDP Growth Accelerates in Q1  
Mexican economy advanced 1.8 percent year-on-year in the first quarter of 2014, up from a 0.7 percent expansion in the previous three months. It is the fastest growth rate in five quarters, as agriculture and manufacturing rebounded.
Thursday May 22 2014
Mexico Unemployment Rate Steady in April  
Mexican jobless rate was recorded at 4.84 percent in April of 2014, almost unchanged from 4.8 percent in the previous month. Upon seasonal adjustment, the unemployment rate fell to 4.89 percent.
Thursday May 08 2014
Mexico Inflation Rate Down to 6-Month Low  
Mexican annual inflation rate decelerated to 3.5 percent in April of 2014 from 3.76 percent in March, as inflationary pressures from the new fiscal reform start to moderate.
Monday April 28 2014
Mexico Posts Trade Surplus in March  
Mexico registered a USD 1.03 billion trade surplus in March as higher shipments of manufactured and agricultural goods offset a decline in petroleum exports and increased imports.
Friday April 25 2014
Central Bank of Mexico Keeps Rates at Record Low  
At its April 25th meeting, Mexico's central bank left the benchmark interest rate unchanged at 3.5 percent, for the fifth consecutive month, citing that monetary policy was consistent with the efficient convergence of inflation to the 3 percent target.
Tuesday April 22 2014
Mexico Unemployment Rate Up to 4.8% in March  
Mexican unadjusted jobless rate rose to 4.8 percent in March of 2014, up from 4.65 percent in February and 4.51 percent a year earlier. Upon seasonal adjustment, the unemployment rate rose to its highest in more than one year to 5.25 percent.
Wednesday April 09 2014
Mexico Inflation Rate Decelerates in March  
Mexican annual consumer prices slowed for the second straight month to 3.76 percent in March of 2014, down from 4.23 percent in February. The inflation is now below the central bank’s 4 percent limit.
Thursday March 27 2014
Mexico Trade Balance Returns to Surplus  
In February of 2014, Mexico posted a USD 976 million trade surplus, after recording in January the highest deficit on record. The figure compares with a USD 80 million surplus in the same month last year.
Monday March 24 2014
Mexico Unemployment Rate Falls in February  
Mexican jobless rate decreased to 4.65 percent in February of 2014 from 5.05 percent in January. A year ago, the unemployment rate was recorded at 4.85 percent.
Friday March 21 2014
Mexico Leaves Monetary Policy on Hold  
At its March 21st, 2014 meeting, Bank of Mexico left the overnight interbank rate steady at 3.5 percent for the third straight meeting, as it considers that the current policy stance remains appropriate to reach the 3 percent inflation target.
Friday March 07 2014
Mexico Inflation Rate Slows in February  
Mexican consumer prices rose by an annual 4.23 percent in February, down from 4.48 percent in January, as the effects of new taxes eased. A year earlier, the inflation was recorded at 3.55 percent.
Wednesday February 26 2014
Mexico Posts Record Trade Deficit in January  
In January of 2014, Mexican trade balance posted a USD 3.195 billion deficit, the highest trade deficit on record and mainly due to a fall in oil exports.
Monday February 24 2014
Mexico Unemployment Rate Rises in January  
In January of 2014, Mexican jobless rate edged up to 5.05 percent, after falling in December last year to a 5-year low at 4.25 percent.
Friday February 21 2014
Mexican Economy Slows in Q4  
Mexico’s GDP growth slowed in the last quarter of 2013 hurt by a drop in industrial production. The economy advanced a meager 0.2 percent on a quarter-on-quarter seasonally adjusted basis, down from a revised 0.95 percent growth rate in the previous three-month period.
Friday February 21 2014
Mexico GDP Growth Disappoints in Q4  
In the last three months of 2013, Mexican economy slowed for the second straight quarter expanding only 0.7 percent over a year earlier, hurt by lower production in agriculture and mining.
Friday February 07 2014
Mexico Annual Inflation Rate Hits 7-month High in January  
Mexican consumer prices rose 4.48 percent in the year through January up from 4 percent reported in December. During the month prices increased 0.89 percent.
Friday January 31 2014
Mexico Leaves Rate on Hold for Second Time  
At its January 31st, 2014 meeting, Bank of Mexico decided to leave the overnight interbank rate unchanged at 3.5 percent, as widely expected. The central bank said that risks to the inflation rate have deteriorated.
Monday January 27 2014
Mexico Posts Trade Surplus for the Second Straight Month  
In December of 2013, Mexican trade balance turned into a surplus of USD 1.66 billion for the second month in a row. However, considering the whole 2013, the trade deficit widened to USD 1 billion, from USD 0.46 billion recorded in 2012.
Friday January 17 2014
Mexico Unemployment Rate Down to 5-Year Low  
In December of 2013, Mexican not seasonally adjusted jobless rate fell to 4.25 percent, the lowest rate in more than five years, as employment in services rose.
Thursday January 09 2014
Mexico Inflation Rate Accelerates in December  
In December of 2013, Mexican annual inflation rate rose 3.97 percent, up from 3.62 percent in November. However, monthly inflation slowed in December after rising to a two-year high last month.
Thursday December 26 2013
Mexico Posts Fifth 2013 Trade Surplus in November  
In November of 2013, Mexican trade balance turned into a surplus for the fifth time this year and reached USD 339 million, up from a USD 128 million deficit in the previous month and a USD 1278 million deficit a year earlier.
Friday December 20 2013
Mexico Unemployment Rate Falls for the Second Straight Month  
In November of 2013, Mexican jobless rate decreased to 4.47 percent, the lowest rate since December last year, as employment in agriculture and construction rose. In October, unemployment reached 5.01 percent.
Monday December 09 2013
Mexico Inflation Rate Up to 5-Month High in November  
In November of 2013, Mexican annual inflation rate accelerated for the first time in five months to 3.62 percent, mainly due to higher cost of food, transport and communications.
Friday December 06 2013
Mexico Monetary Policy Unchanged in December  
At its December 6th meeting, Central Bank of Mexico decided to leave the overnight interbank rate on hold at 3.5 percent, following the previous two rate cuts.
Wednesday November 27 2013
Mexico Trade Deficit Narrows 92% YoY in October  
In October of 2013, Mexico recorded a trade deficit of 129 million USD, down from 1625 million USD a year earlier, as imports dropped by 1 percent and exports picked up 3.4 percent, boosted by higher sales of auto products.
Monday November 25 2013
Mexico Unemployment Down to 5.01% in October  
In October of 2013, Mexican jobless rate decreased for the first time in five months to 5.01 percent, from 5.29 percent in the previous month and 5.04 percent a year earlier.
Thursday November 21 2013
Mexico’s Economy Expands 0.84% QoQ in Q3  
In the third quarter of 2013, Mexican GDP rebounded at a faster-than-expected quarter-on-quarter seasonally adjusted 0.84 percent. The economy recovered from a 0.55 percent contraction in the previous three-month period, mainly due to a surge in manufacturing and services.
Thursday November 21 2013
Mexican GDP Growth Beats Expectations in Q3  
In the third quarter of 2013, Mexican economy expanded at a faster-than-expected 1.3 percent over a year earlier, as growth in manufacturing accelerated, partially offsetting a slowdown in agricultural production. Last quarter, the GDP advanced an annual 1.6 percent.
Thursday November 07 2013
Mexico Inflation Rate Down to 3.36% in October  
In October of 2013, Mexican annual inflation rate decelerated for the third consecutive month to 3.36 percent, from 3.46 percent in the previous month. In contrast, on a monthly basis, prices rose for the third straight time in October due to higher energy prices.
Friday October 25 2013
Mexico Posts Trade Surplus in September  
In September of 2013, Mexican trade balance turned into a surplus of 659 million USD, from 210 million USD last year, due to an annual 7.2 percent rise in exports.
Friday October 25 2013
Bank of Mexico Cuts Rate to 3.5%  
Central Bank of Mexico decided to cut the overnight interbank rate for the second straight month by 25 bps to 3.5 percent on October 25th, amid weak economic growth.
Friday October 18 2013
Mexico Unemployment Rate Up to 5.29% In September  
In September of 2013, Mexican jobless rate slightly increased for the fourth consecutive month to 5.29 percent, from 5.17 percent in August and 5.01 percent a year earlier.
Wednesday October 09 2013
Mexico Inflation Rate Down to 3.39% In September  
In September of 2013, Mexican annual inflation rate eased for the second consecutive month to 3.39 percent, from 3.46 percent in the previous month, mainly due to a drop in food prices.
Thursday September 26 2013
Mexican Trade Deficit Narrows In August  
In August of 2013, Mexican trade deficit decreased to 234 million USD, from 982 million USD last year, due to a 3.2 percent rise in exports.
Friday September 20 2013
Mexican Unemployment Rate at 5.17% in August  
In August of 2013, Mexican jobless rate slightly increased to 5.17 percent, from 5.12 percent in July, but dropped from 5.39 percent recorded a year earlier.
Monday September 09 2013
Mexican Inflation Rate At 3.46% in August  
In August of 2013, Mexican inflation rate eased slightly to 3.46 percent, from 3.47 percent in July, as food prices remained stable.
Friday September 06 2013
Bank of Mexico Cuts Benchmark Rate to a Record Low of 3.75%  
Central Bank of Mexico decided to cut the overnight interbank rate for the second time this year by 25 bps to 3.75 percent on September 6th, after deeper-than-expected economic decline.
Monday August 26 2013
Mexico Posts Trade Deficit in July on Rising Imports  
In July of 2013, Mexican trade balance turned into a deficit of USD 1437 million, from USD 409 million deficit in the same month last year, as higher demand from the US was not enough to offset a sharp rise in imports.
Monday August 26 2013
Mexico Inflation Rate Down to 6-Month Low in July  
In July of 2013, Mexican annual inflation rate slowed for the third consecutive month to 3.47 percent, from 4.09 percent in June. Prices of goods eased to 2.64 percent, while cost of services slowed to 2.38 percent.
Friday August 23 2013
Mexico Unemployment Rate Up to 6-Month High in July  
In July of 2013, Mexican unemployment rate increased to 5.12 percent, from 4.99 percent in June, the highest jobless rate since the beginning of the year.
Tuesday August 20 2013
Mexican Economy Contracts 0.74% QoQ in Q2  
In the second quarter of 2013, Mexico’s GDP shrank for the first time in four years by 0.74 percent quarter-on-quarter, from 0.03 percent growth in the previous three months, the national statistics agency reported on August 20th.
Tuesday August 20 2013
Mexico GDP Expands 1.5% YoY in Q2  
In the second quarter of 2013, Mexican GDP grew 1.5 percent year-on-year, up from 0.6 percent in the previous three-month period, but slower from 4.2 percent recorded a year earlier.
Friday July 26 2013
Mexico Posts Trade Surplus in June  
In June of 2013, Mexican trade balance turned into a surplus of USD 855 million, up from USD 470 million deficit in May and USD 615 million surplus in the same month last year. Exports increased 2.5 percent year-on-year due to higher demand from the US, while imports grew at a slower pace of 1.7 percent.
Thursday July 18 2013
Mexico Unemployment Rate Up to 5.09% in June  
In June of 2013, Mexican unemployment rate increased to 5.09 percent, from 4.93 percent reported in May of 2013.
Friday July 12 2013
Bank of Mexico Keeps Benchmark Rate Unchanged  
Central Bank of Mexico left the overnight interbank rate unchanged at 4 percent on July 12th quoting higher risks to economic growth, recent decrease in inflation and volatility in the financial markets.
Tuesday July 09 2013
Mexico Annual Inflation Down to 4.09 in June  
In Mexico, the inflation rate eased to 4.09 percent in June, from 4.63 percent in May. Prices of goods rose 3.1 percent while cost of services increased 2.5 percent.
Wednesday June 26 2013
Mexico Posts Trade Deficit in May  
Mexico´s trade balance recorded a deficit of $470 million in May, as imports rose and exports declined, the statistical office INEGI reported on June 26th. A year earlier, the country reported a $334 million surplus.
Monday June 24 2013
Mexico May Unemployment Rate Down to 4.93%  
In May of 2013, Mexican unemployment rate declined to 4.93 percent, from 5.04 percent in the previous month. Compared with the same month last year, the jobless rate went up by 0.1 percentage point.
Sunday June 09 2013
Mexico Keeps Monetary Policy Unchanged  
The Bank of Mexico hold the benchmark interest rate at the record low of 4 percent on June 7th as above-target inflation limits the room to stimulate a slowing economy and expectations are growing for the US Federal Reserve to ease back on stimulus.
Friday June 07 2013
Mexico Annual Inflation Down To 4.63% In May  
In Mexico, the inflation rate eased to 4.63 percent in May, from 4.65 percent in April. It is above the Central Bank´s target limit of 3 percent for the sixth consecutive month.
Friday August 09 2013
Mexico´s GDP Growth May Slow Down Further  
Recent data updates for Mexico are showing that economic expansion continues to deteriorate. While subdued consumer confidence continues to drag the consumption down, exports and industrial production remain weak due to reduced global trade and lower commodity prices.
Monday May 27 2013
Mexico Posts Trade Deficit In April  
Mexico's trade balance turned to a deficit of $1225 million in April, as imports rose more than exports, according to data released by statistical office INEGI. A year earlier, the country reported a $419 million surplus.
Friday May 24 2013
Mexico Unemployment Rate Up To 5.04% In April  
Mexico recorded an unemployment rate of 5.04 percent in April, up from the 4.51 percent registered in the previous month and from the 4.86 percent registered in April of 2012.
Monday May 27 2013
Mexico's Growth Slows Sharply  
Recent data updates for Mexico have shown the economy continues to slowdown. In the first three months of 2013, the GDP grew only 0.8 percent yoy, the smallest expansion since the fourth quarter of 2009. Consumption which had been supporting the growth in previous quarters continues to decline and exports remain weak.
Friday May 17 2013
Mexico's Economy Expands 0.45% qoq in Q1  
In the first quarter of 2013, Mexico´s Gross Domestic Product grew 0.45 percent seasonally adjusted from the previous three-month period, the national statistics agency reported on May 17th.
Friday May 17 2013
Mexico´s Economy Expands 0.8% yoy in Q1  
Mexico GDP expanded 0.8 percent yoy in the first quarter of 2013, below the 3.2% expansion registered in the previous quarter.
Thursday May 09 2013
Mexico Annual Inflation Up To 4.65% In April  
In Mexico, the inflation rate accelerated to 4.65 percent in April, after surpassing the 4 percent ceiling of the official target range in March, the biggest increase since last October.
Friday April 26 2013
Central Bank of Mexico Keeps Monetary Policy Unchanged  
The Central Bank of Mexico decided on April 26th to maintain the benchmark interest rate at 4 percent, after a surprise cut of 50 basis points in March.
Friday April 26 2013
Mexico Trade Surplus Widens In March  
According to a release by the National Statistics Institute, Mexico posted a trade surplus of $1714 million in March.
Tuesday May 07 2013
Mexico Unemployment Rate Down To 4.51% In March  
Mexico unemployment rate drops for the second consecutive month in March.
Tuesday May 07 2013
Mexico Annual Inflation Up To 4.25% In March  
In Mexico, consumer prices rose 4.25 percent in the year through March, the biggest increase since last November.
Wednesday March 27 2013
Mexico Posts Trade Surplus in February  
According to a release by the National Statistics Institute, Mexico´s trade balance registered a surplus of $46 million in February of 2013.
Monday March 25 2013
Mexico Unemployment Rate Down to 4.85 Percent in February  
Mexico recorded an unemployment rate of 4.85 percent in the second month of 2013.
Friday May 10 2013
Mexico's GDP Growth is Slowing Down  
Although, in the fourth quarter, Mexico maintained steady growth, there are clear signals that the economic expansion may be slowing down. Indeed, domestic demand has been showing signs of deceleration and exports remain weak.
Friday March 08 2013
Mexico Cuts Interest Rate to 4.5%  
Mexico's central bank cut interest rates for the first time in nearly four years on March 8th, taking borrowing costs to a new record low.
Thursday March 07 2013
MEXICO ANNUAL INFLATION UP TO 3.55% IN FEBRUARY  
In Mexico, consumer prices rose 3.55 percent in the year through February, therefore breaking the downtrend tendency that had been in place since last October. The rise results from the general price increase registered in all CPI categories.
Tuesday February 26 2013
Mexico Posts Trade Deficit In January  
According to a release by the National Statistics Institute, Mexico´s trade balance registered a deficit of $2879 million in January of 2013.
Friday February 22 2013
Mexico Unemployment Rate Up To 5.27% in January  
Mexico recorded an unemployment rate of 5.27 percent, seasonally adjusted, in the first month of 2013.
Monday February 18 2013
Mexico’s Economy Grows Steady in Q4  
Mexican GDP expanded 3.2 percent year over year in the fourth quarter of 2012 as strong domestic demand offset weaker exports.
Monday February 18 2013
Mexico Economy Expands 0.8% in Q4  
Mexico's economy grew 0.77 percent in the fourth quarter from the previous three-month period, the national statistics agency reported on February 18th.
Thursday February 07 2013
Mexico Annual Inflation up to 3.25% in January  
In Mexico, consumer prices rose 3.25 percent in the year through January, approaching the Central Bank´s 3 percent target. The CPI has been following a downtrend for four consecutive months, reaching its lowest value in more than a year.
Friday January 25 2013
Mexico Posts Trade Surplus in December  
According to a release by the National Statistics Institute, the trade balance in December of 2012 shows a surplus of $962 million in comparison to the $0.6 million deficit in the same month of 2011.
Monday January 21 2013
Mexico Unemployment Rate at 4.47% in December  
The unemployment rate in Mexico has fallen from 5.12 percent in November to 4.47 percent in December of 2012, according to a release by the National Statistics Institute.
Friday January 18 2013
Mexico Interest Rate Unchanged in January  
The monetary policy committee decided to keep the interest unchanged at 4.5% by unanimity of votes according to a release by the Bank of Mexico.
Thursday January 17 2013
Mexico Inflation Down to 3.57% in December  
The consumer price index increased 0.23 percent compared to November 2012 and 3.57 percent compared to the same month of the previous year according to a report by the National Institute of Statistics.
Thursday December 27 2012
Mexico Trade Deficit Narrows in November  
According to a release by the National Statistics Institute, trade balance in November of 2012 shows a deficit of $1.27 billion in comparison to the $0.2 billion deficit in the same month of 2011.
Friday December 21 2012
Mexico Unemployment Rate at 5.12% in November  
The unemployment rate in Mexico increased from 5.04% in the last month to 5.12% in November of 2012 according to a release by the National Statistics Institute.
Monday December 17 2012
Mexico Inflation Down to 4.18% in November  
The consumer price index increased 0.68 percent compared to October 2012 and 4.18 percent compared to the same month of the previous year according to a report by the National Institute of Statistics.
Friday December 14 2012
Mexico Reports Trade Deficit in October  
Mexico reported a trade deficit of $1.65 billion in October of 2012 according to a release from the National Statistics Institute.
Friday December 14 2012
Mexico Interest Rate Unchanged in December  
The monetary policy committee decided to keep the interest unchanged at 4.5% by unanimity of votes according to a release by the Bank of Mexico.
Friday December 14 2012
Mexican Unemployment Rate at 5.04% in October  
The unemployment rate in Mexico increased slightly from 5.01% in the last month to 5.04% in October of 2012 according to a release by the National Statistics Institute.
Friday December 14 2012
Mexican Economy Expands 0.45% in Q3  
The Gross Domestic Product in Mexico grew 0.45% when compared to the previous quarter. The annual growth rate was 3.3% according to a release by the National Statistics Institute.
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Friday February 24 2017
US Consumer Sentiment Revised Up In February  
The final reading of the University of Michigan's consumer sentiment for the United States came in at 96.3 in February 2017 compared to a preliminary figure of 95.7 and a final 98.5 in January. It was the weakest reading in three months, due to a drop in future expectations.
Friday February 24 2017
US New Home Sales Rise Less Than Expected  
Sales of new single-family houses in the United States went up 3.7 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 555,000 in January of 2017. It follows a downwardly revised 535,000 in the previous month, but lower than market expectations of 570,000.
Friday February 24 2017
Canada Inflation Rate At Over 2-Year High  
Consumer prices in Canada increased 2.1 percent year-on-year in January of 2017, following a 1.5 percent rise in the previous month and beating market expectations of 1.6 percent. It is the highest gain in consumer prices since October of 2014, boosted by gasoline and shelter, bringing inflation to above the central bank target of 2 percent.
Friday February 24 2017
Brazil Unemployment Rate At Fresh High Of 12.6%  
The jobless rate in Brazil increased for the third straight month to 12.6 percent in the three months to January of 2017 from 12 percent in the previous period, above market expectations of 12.4 percent. It hit again a new record high since the series began in 2012.
Thursday February 23 2017
US Jobless Claims Rise More Than Expected  
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits increased by 6 thousand to 244 thousand in the week ended February 18th 2017, from the previous week's downwardly revised level of 238 thousand and above market expectations of 241 thousand. Claims have been below 300 thousand for 103 straight weeks, the longest streak since 1970.
Thursday February 23 2017
German GDP Growth Confirmed At 0.4% In Q4  
The German economy expanded a seasonally-adjusted 0.4 percent in the fourth quarter of 2016, compared to a 0.1 percent growth in the September qurter and matching preliminary estimates. Growth was supported by domestic demand and investment while net trade brought a downward effect.
Thursday February 23 2017
Singapore Inflation Rate At 28-Month High Of 0.6%  
Singapore consumer prices rose 0.6 percent year-on-year in January of 2017, compared to a 0.2 percent increase in December and in line with markets expectations. It was the highest inflation rate since September 2014, as cost of transport surged while prices of food rose further and cost of housing & utilities fell at a slower pace.
Thursday February 23 2017
Bank of Korea Holds Base Rate Steady For 8th Month  
South Korean Monetary Policy Committee left its base rate steady for the eighth straight month at record low of 1.25 percent at its February meeting, as expected. While highlighting the inflationary pressures on the demand side are not expected to be high given the moderate pace of domestic economic growth, policymakers said they will closely monitor the uncertainties in domestic and external conditions.
Friday February 24 2017
Brazil Lowers Benchmark Interest Rate To 12.25%  
The Central Bank of Brazil cut its key Selic rate by 75 basis points to 12.25 percent on February 22nd 2017, in line with market expectations. It is the fourth straight rate decline, bringing borrowing costs to the lowest in nearly 2 years amid slowing inflation and a sticky contraction. It follows a 75bps cut in January.
Wednesday February 22 2017
Fed May Raise Rates Soon  
Many Fed officials said it might be appropriate to raise rates again fairly soon, depending on incoming data for labour market and inflation, minutes from FOMC meeting held on January 31-February 1 showed. However, policymakers emphasized uncertainty regarding fiscal policies and showed concerns over the dollar appreciation.
Wednesday February 22 2017
Mexico Annual GDP Growth Revised Up To 2.4% In Q4  
The Mexican economy advanced 2.4 percent year-on-year in the last quarter of 2016, above 2.2 percent in the first estimate and higher than an upwardly revised 2.1 percent expansion in the previous quarter. Growth was steady for services and accelerated for agriculture while industrial output stalled, compared to a fall initially estimated, final figures showed.
Wednesday February 22 2017
Mexico GDP Growth Revised Up to 0.7% In Q4  
The Mexican economy expanded 0.7 percent on quarter in the last three months of 2016, slowing from an upwardly revised 1.1 percent rise in the previous period but higher than 0.6 percent in the preliminary estimate. Services increased more than anticipated and industrial production rose slightly, final figures showed.
Wednesday February 22 2017
Russia Jobless Rate At 8-Month High Of 5.6% In January  
The unemployment rate in Russia increased to 5.6 percent in January of 2017 from 5.3 percent in December and well above market expectations of 5.6 percent. It was the highest jobless rate since May 2016.
Wednesday February 22 2017
UK Annual GDP Growth Revised Down To 2% In Q4  
UK's gross domestic product expanded 2 percent year-on-year in the fourth quarter of 2016, the same as in the previous period and below the preliminary estimate of 2.2 percent. Fixed investment and household consumption were the main drivers of growth while business investment contracted for the fourth straight period.
Wednesday February 22 2017
UK Q4 GDP Growth Revised Up To 0.7%  
The British economy advanced 0.7 percent on quarter in the three months to December of 2016, following a 0.6 percent expansion in the previous period and above the preliminary estimate of 0.6 percent, due to upward revisions within the manufacturing industries. On the expenditure side, exports rebounded sharply while household expenditure rose at a slower pace and business investment contracted.
Wednesday February 22 2017
Eurozone Inflation Rate Confirmed At 1.8% In January  
Consumer prices in the Euro Area increased 1.8 percent year-on-year in January of 2017, following a 1.1 percent rise in December and in line with preliminary estimates. It is the highest inflation rate since February of 2013, boosted by fuel and food prices. Excluding energy, food, alcohol and tobacco, core inflation remained steady at 0.9 percent. On a monthly basis, prices fell 0.8 percent.
Wednesday February 22 2017
Italy Inflation Rate Revised Up To 1% In January  
Consumer prices in Italy rose 1 percent year-on-year in January of 2017 following 0.5 percent increase in the previous month and above preliminary estimates of 0.9 percent. It is the highest inflation rate since August of 2013, mainly boosted by cost of food and transport. On a monthly basis, consumer prices increased by 0.3 percent, above preliminary estimates of 0.2 percent.
Wednesday February 22 2017
Malaysia Inflation Rate At 11-Month High Of 3.2% In January  
Consumer prices in Malaysia rose 3.2 percent year-on-year in January of 2017, compared to a 1.8 percent increase in December 2016 and above markets expectations of a 2.8 percent rise. It was the highest inflation rate since February 2016, mainly driven by a faster increase in prices of food and non alcoholic beverages and a surge in cost of transport.
Wednesday February 22 2017
Hong Kong GDP Growth Strongest In 1-1/2-Year In Q4  
The Hong Kong economy grew 3.1 percent year-on-year in the fourth quarter of 2016, compared to an upwardly revised 2.0 percent expansion in the September quarter. It was the strongest growth since the June quarter 2015, mainly supported by a faster rise in private consumption and exports of goods while government spending and investment expanded further.
Tuesday February 21 2017
US Factory Activity Growth Slows: Markit  
The Flash Markit US Manufacturing PMI decreased to 54.3 in February of 2017 from a near 2-year high of 55 in January. Figures came below market expectations of 55.3, mainly due to softer output and new order growth.
Tuesday February 21 2017
Irish Inflation Rate Rises To 6-Month High  
Irish consumer prices increased by 0.3 percent in the year to January 2017, the first rise in six months, after showing no growth in the previous month. It was the highest inflation rate since July last year, driven by higher cost for transport, restaurants and hotels and miscellaneous goods and services.
Tuesday February 21 2017
Hong Kong Inflation Rate Rises To 1.3% In January  
Consumer prices in Hong Kong went up by 1.3 percent year-on-year in January 2017, compared to a 1.2 percent rise in the previous month. It is the highest rate inflation since September 2016, mainly due to rising transport cost, namely package tours as the Lunar New Year fell in late January this year but in early February last year. This largely offset a fall in electricity charges and lower food inflation.
Tuesday February 21 2017
France Inflation Rate Revised Down Slightly To 1.3%  
Consumer prices in France rose 1.3 percent year-on-year in January of 2017, lower than a preliminary figure of 1.4 percent rise but much faster than a 0.6 percent gain in December. It was the highest inflation rate since November 2012, mainly driven by a surge in cost of energy and a faster increase in prices of food and services while cost of manufactured products fell much less than in a prior month.
Tuesday February 21 2017
Switzerland Trade Surplus Hits Fresh Record High  
Switzerland trade surplus increased to CHF 4.73 billion in January of 2017 from CHF 3.46 billion a year earlier and beating market consensus of CHF 3.03 billion. It was a fresh-record high of trade surplus, as exports rose much more than imports.
Monday February 20 2017
Spain Trade Gap Widens 36.4% YoY In December  
Spain's trade gap increased 36.4 percent year-on-year to EUR 2.45 billion in December 2016 from EUR 1.79 billion, as exports rose 2.9 percent while imports went up at a faster 5.6 percent. Excluding energy, the country recorded a EUR 911 million deficit compared to a EUR 210 million gap a year earlier. Considering full 2016, the trade shortfall declined 22.4 percent to EUR 18.8 billion, the second lowest since 1993, as exports went up 1.7 percent to a new record high, while imports edged down 0.4 percent.
Monday February 20 2017
Hong Kong Unemployment Rate Flat at 3.3%  
The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in Hong Kong stood at 3.3 percent in the three months to January of 2017, the same as in the previous two periods. The underemployment rate decreased to 1.3 percent from 1.4 percent in October-December 2016. The jobless rate benefited from the relative improvement of inbound tourism in the more recent periods and the usually more buoyant business activities in the run-up to the Lunar New Year.
Monday February 20 2017
Thailand Economy Grows 0.4% QoQ In Q4, Below Forecast  
The Thailand economy grew by 0.4 percent in the fourth quarter 2016, the same pace as a downwardly revised figure in the previous three months but below market estimates of a 0.6 percent growth. The GDP growth rate remained at its weakest level since the March quarter 2014, mainly driven by a slowdown in exports while private consumption, government spending and investment rebounded.
Monday February 20 2017
Thailand GDP Growth Slowest In A Year In Q4  
Thailand’s GDP expanded 3.0 percent from a year earlier in the December quarter of 2016, compared to a 3.2 percent growth in the third quarter and in line with market expectations. It was the slowest expansion since the fourth quarter 2015, as a rebound in government spending and a faster rise in investment were unable to offset a slowdown in private consumption and exports.
Monday February 20 2017
Japan January Trade Deficit At 2-Year High  
The trade gap in Japan widened 67.8 percent year-on-year to JPY 1086.9 billion in January of 2017, above market expectations of a JPY 637 billion deficit and reaching the highest shortfall in two years. Exports rose less than expected as sales to China slowed due to the Lunar New Year holidays and those to the US declined. In addition, imports recorded the first annual rise in 27 months mainly due to oil and coal.
Friday February 17 2017
Singapore GDP Growth Revised Up To 2.9% In Q4  
The Singaporean economy expanded 2.9 percent year-on-year in the last three months of 2016, higher than 1.2 percent in the previous period and above initial estimates of a 1.8 percent growth. It is the highest expansion since the fourth quarter of 2014, mainly boosted by manufacturing, final figures showed.
Thursday February 16 2017
US Housing Starts Decline 2.6% In January  
Housing starts in the United States went down 2.6 percent from the previous month to a seasonally adjusted annualized rate of 1246 thousand in January of 2017, following an upwardly revised 1279 thousand in the previous month and due to a fall in the multi-family segment. Figures beat market expectations of 1222 thousand. Building permits rose 4.6 percent to a one-year high of 1285 thousand, also better than forecasts of 1230 thousand.
Thursday February 16 2017
US Jobless Claims Rise Less Than Expected  
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits increased by 5 thousand to 239 thousand in the week ended February 11th 2017, from the previous week's unrevised level of 234 thousand and below market expectations of 245 thousand.
Thursday February 16 2017
ECB Simulus Still Needed To Support Growth And Inflation  
The ECB's board agreed that the recent trends of a firming economic recovery largely benefited from the current accommodative monetary policy stance and that the central bank’s stimulus was still needed to support growth and inflation, minutes from the ECB's January meeting showed. Policymakers also reiterated that the balance of risks to the economic outlook was seen as remaining on the downside and more decisive contributions from other policy areas were essential to ensure a self-sustaining recovery.
Thursday February 16 2017
Indonesia Holds Key Policy Rate At 4.75%  
Indonesia's central bank kept its benchmark interest rate on hold at 4.75 percent at its February 16th meeting, as expected. Policymakers said the decision was in line with efforts to supports economic growth. Bank Indonesia also left its overnight deposit facility rate and lending facility rate unchanged at 4.0 percent and 5.5 percent respectively.
Thursday February 16 2017
Italy Trade Surplus Widens In December  
Italy's trade surplus rose to €5.80 billion in December 2016 from €5.59 billion in the same month of the previous year and better than market expectations of €4.0 billion. Exports increased by 5.7 percent to €36.2 billion, led by higher purchases of coke and refined petroleum products and vehicles; while imports grew by 6.1 percent to €30.4 billion, as purchases of vehicles and machinery and equipment rose the most.
Thursday February 16 2017
France Jobless Rate Edges Down To 10.0% In Q4  
Unemployment rate in France fell slightly to 10.0 percent in the three months to December of 2016, compared to an upwardly revised 10.1 percent in the September quarter while market expected 9.7 percent.
Thursday February 16 2017
Indonesia Trade Surplus Largest In 3 Years In January  
Indonesia posted a trade surplus of 1.39 USD billion in January of 2017, compared to a 13.6 USD million surplus a year earlier and above market estimates of a 0.85 USD billion surplus. It was the largest surplus since December 2013, as exports rose much more than imports.
Thursday February 16 2017
Malaysia GDP Growth Strongest In A Year In Q4  
Malaysian economy expanded 4.5 percent year-on-year in the fourth quarter of 2016, compared to a 4.3 percent growth in the previous three months and in line with markets expectations. It was the strongest expansion since the December quarter 2015, mainly supported by a rebound in exports and a faster increase in investment while private consumption remained robust.
Thursday February 16 2017
Australia Jobless Rate Down To 5.7% In January  
Australia's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell to 5.7 percent in January of 2017 from 5.8 percent in December while markets expected 5.8 percent. The labor force participation rate dropped slightly while the number of unemployed decreased by 19,300.
Wednesday February 15 2017
US Industrial Output Falls Unexpectedly In January  
US industrial production fell by 0.3 percent month-over-month in January 2017, following a downwardly revised 0.6 percent rise in the previous month and worse than market expectations of a 0.1 percent gain. Utilities output dropped sharply by 5.7 percent due to unseasonably warm weather while manufacturing production grew 0.2 percent, matching analysts' forecasts, and mining output rose 2.8 percent.
Wednesday February 15 2017
Ghana Inflation Rate Lowest Since November 2013  
The annual inflation rate in Ghana slowed to 13.3 percent in January of 2017 from 15.4 percent in the previous month. It was the lowest inflation rate since November of 2013, as non-food cost rose at a slower pace namely for housing and utilities and transport and food prices also increased less.
Wednesday February 15 2017
US Retail Sales Rise More Than Expected In January  
Retail sales in the United States increased by 0.4 percent month-over-month in January 2017, following an upwardly revised 1 percent rise in December and above market expectations of a 0.1 percent gain. Higher sales at gasoline stations, restaurants and electronics and appliances stores offset a sharp drop in motor vehicle purchases.
Wednesday February 15 2017
US Inflation Rate At Near 5-Year High Of 2.5%  
Consumer prices in the United States increased 2.5 percent year-on-year in January of 2017, following a 2.1 percent rise in December and above market expectations of 2.4 percent. The inflation rate accelerated for the sixth consecutive month to the highest since March of 2012, mainly boosted by gasoline prices.
Wednesday February 15 2017
Nigeria Inflation Rate Highest Since September 2005  
Nigeria's consumer prices increased by 18.72 percent year-on-year in January of 2017, following 18.55 percent rise in the previous month. The inflation rate accelerated for the 12th straight month to the highest since September 2005, as prices continued to rise for food and housing and utilities.
Wednesday February 15 2017
Irish Trade Surplus Narrows 1% MoM In December  
Irish seasonally adjusted trade surplus decreased by 1 percent to €4,018 million in December 2016 from an upwardly revised €4,060 million in the previous month, as exports fell by 6 percent and imports declined by 10 percent, preliminary figures showed.
Wednesday February 15 2017
Spanish Inflation Rate At More Than 4-Year High  
Spanish consumer prices rose 3 percent from a year earlier in January 2017, following a 1.6 percent increase in the previous month and in line with the preliminary reading. It was the highest inflation rate since October 2012, as prices rose at a faster pace for transport, housing and food.
Wednesday February 15 2017
Eurozone Trade Surplus Widens In December  
The Eurozone trade surplus rose to €28.1 billion in December 2016 from €24.4 billion in the same month of the previous year and above market consensus of €22.8 billion. Exports increased 6 percent to €178.6 billion while imports went up at a slower 4 percent to €150.5 billion.
Wednesday February 15 2017
UK Unemployment Rate Unchanged At 11-Year Low  
UK unemployment rate held at an 11-year low of 4.8 percent in the period between October and December 2016, in line with market expectations. The employment rate hit a new all-time high of 74.6 percent as the number of people in work rose by 37 thousand while wage growth slowed.
Wednesday February 15 2017
Sweden Holds Repo Rate at -0.5%  
Sweden's central bank held its benchmark repo rate at -0.5 percent on February 15th, 2017, as widely expected, saying a continued strong level of economic activity and a krona that does not appreciate too rapidly are required for inflation to stabilise around the 2 percent target. Policymakers added that there is still a greater probability that the rate will be cut than that it will be raised in the near term and that purchases of government bonds will continue for the first six months of 2017, as was decided in December.
Wednesday February 15 2017
South Africa Inflation Rate Slows To 6.6% in January  
Consumer prices in South Africa rose 6.6 percent year-on-year in January of 2017, following a 6.8 percent gain in December and below market expectations of a 6.7 percent increase, as prices went up at a slower pace for food and non-alcoholic beverages.
Wednesday February 15 2017
Turkish Jobless Rate Rises To 6-1/2-Year High Of 12.1%  
The unemployment rate in Turkey increased to 12.1 percent in November of 2016 from 11.8 percent a year earlier. It was the highest level jobless rate since March 2010 as non-farm unemployment rose to 14.3 percent (1.9 percentage point increase) and the jobless rate among those aged 15 to 24 went up by 3.5 percentage point to 22.6 percent.
Wednesday February 15 2017
South Korea Jobless Rate Up To 3.6% In January  
South Korea's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate increased to 3.6 percent in January 2017, from an upwardly revised 3.5 percent in December. The figure came above market expectations of 3.4 percent.
Wednesday February 15 2017
Chile Interest Rate Kept At 3.25%  
The Chilean Central Bank left the key rate unchanged at 3.25 percent in February after cutting the Monetary Policy Rate (MPR) by 25 bps in January in an attempt to boost growth amid a slowdown in inflation. Annual inflation in January stood below the central bank’s target for the fourth consecutive month, coming at 2.8 percent year-on-year following a 2.7 percent reading in December. Policymakers also said that attending the current economic scenario, it will be probably necessary to boost the monetary impulse.
Tuesday February 14 2017
Fed Might Raise Rates Relatively Soon  
The US economy is expected to continue to expand at a moderate pace and wait too long to raise rates would be unwise, Fed Chair Yellen said in prepared remarks to the Congress. However, the economic outlook and fiscal policy face uncertainty and monetary policy is not on a preset course thus any changes will depend on incoming data, Fed Chair added.
Tuesday February 14 2017
Dutch Q4 GDP Growth Eases To 0.5% QoQ  
The Dutch economy advanced 0.5 percent on quarter in the last three months of 2016, easing from a 0.8 percent expansion in the previous period and slightly below market expectations of a 0.6 percent growth, the preliminary estimate showed. Government spending rebounded and exports grew further, while household consumption expanded at a slower pace and fixed investment contracted.
Tuesday February 14 2017
Portugal GDP Growth Betas Expectations In Q4  
The Portuguese economy advanced 0.6 percent on quarter in the last three months of 2016, slowing from a 0.8 percent expansion in the previous period but beating market expectations of 0.5 percent. Domestic demand was the main contributor to growth, preliminary estimates showed.
Tuesday February 14 2017
Eurozone Q4 GDP Growth Revised Down To 0.4%  
The Eurozone economy advanced 0.4 percent on quarter in the three months to December of 2016, the same pace as in the previous period and worse than a preliminary reading of a 0.5 percent expansion, the second estimate showed. Among countries for which data is already available, GDP growth picked up in Germany and France; was unchanged in Spain; and slowed in Italy.
Tuesday February 14 2017
Euro Area Industrial Output Growth Slows In December  
Industrial production in the Euro Area rose 2 percent year-on-year in December of 2016, slowing from a 3.2 percent rise in November but slightly above expectations of 1.7 percent. On a monthly basis, production fell 1.6 percent, following a 1.5 percent drop in November and worse than market expectations of a 1.5 percent decline. It is the biggest decline since September of 2012.
Tuesday February 14 2017
UK Inflation Rate Rises To Highest Since June 2014  
Consumer prices in the United Kingdom rose by 1.8 percent in the year to January 2017, following an 1.6 percent gain in the previous month but below market expectations of 1.9 percent increase. Still, it was the highest inflation rate since June 2014, mainly boosted by rising cost of fuel.
Tuesday February 14 2017
South Africa Unemployment Rate Down To 26.5%  
The jobless rate in South Africa fell to 26.5 percent in the last three months of 2016 after reaching a 12-1/2-year high of 27.1 percent in the previous period. Employment rose while unemployment fell and more people continued to join the labour force, bringing the participation rate up to a new high since 2002.
Tuesday February 14 2017
Italian GDP Growth Eases To 0.2% In Q4  
Italy's gross domestic product advanced 0.2 percent on quarter in the three months to December 2016, easing from a 0.3 percent growth in the previous period and in line with market expectations, the preliminary estimate showed.
Tuesday February 14 2017
Swiss Consumer Prices Rise For First Time In Over 2 Years  
Swiss consumer prices increased by 0.3 percent year-on-year in January 2017 after showing no growth in the previous month and in line with market expectations. It was the first positive annual inflation since August 2014 and the highest reading since September 2011, mainly due to rising energy prices.
Tuesday February 14 2017
German Inflation Rate Confirmed Highest In 3-1/2 Years  
Consumer prices in Germany rose 1.9 percent year-on-year in January of 2017, compared to a 1.7 percent rise in December and matching preliminary estimates. It was the highest inflation rate since July 2013, mainly driven by a a faster rise in prices of food and energy while cost of services increased further.
Tuesday February 14 2017
German GDP Growth Below Estimates In Q4  
The German economy expanded a seasonally-adjusted 0.4 percent in the fourth quarter of 2016, compared to a downwardly revised 0.1 percent expansion in the September quarter but slightly less than market consensus of a 0.5 percent growth, flash estimates showed. Positive contributions came from domestic demand while foreign trade had a downward effect on growth.
Tuesday February 14 2017
India WPI Rises The Most In 30 Months In January  
Indian wholesale prices rose 5.25 percent year-on-year in January of 2017, following a 3.39 percent gain in December while markets expected a 3.89 percent rise. It was the tenth straight month of increase and the highest since July 2014, driven by a faster increase in cost of manufactured product and a surge in cost of petrol while prices of food fell less than in the prior month.
Tuesday February 14 2017
China Inflation Rate At 32-Month High Of 2.5% In January  
Consumer prices in China rose 2.5 percent year-on-year in January of 2017, compared to a 2.1 percent rise in December while markets expected a 2.4 percent gain. It was the highest inflation rate since May 2014, driven by a faster increase in cost of food and non-food. Meanwhile, producer prices index rose 6.9 percent from a year earlier, the most since August 2011.
Monday February 13 2017
India Consumer Inflation Down To Record Low Of 3.17%  
Consumer prices in India increased 3.17 percent year-on-year in January of 2017, easing from a 3.41 percent rise in December and below market expectations of 3.22 percent. It is the lowest inflation rate since the series began in 2012 due to a sharp slowdown in food prices.
Monday February 13 2017
Japan Q4 GDP Growth Below Expectations  
The Japanese economy advanced 0.2 percent on quarter in the fourth quarter of 2016, following 0.3 percent growth in the previous period and below market expectations of a 0.3 percent expansion, according to preliminary estimates. It was the fourth consecutive quarter of growth, boosted by exports, government spending and private non-residential investment while household consumption was flat.
Friday February 10 2017
US Budget Surplus Beats Estimates In January  
The US government posted a $51 billion budget surplus in January of 2017, 7.1 percent lower than a $55 billion surplus a year earlier but above market expectations of $40 billion. Receipts rose 10 percent to $344 billion and outlays increased 13 percent to $293 billion.
Friday February 10 2017
US Consumer Sentiment At 3-Month Low  
The preliminary reading of the University of Michigan's consumer sentiment for the United States fell to 95.7 in February of 2017 from a 13-year high of 98.5 in the previous month and lower than market forecasts of 97.9. Future expectations declined and current conditions edged down.
Friday February 10 2017
Canada Jobless Rate Falls To 6.8% In January  
The unemployment rate in Canada declined to 6.8 percent in January of 2017 from 6.9 percent in December and below market expectations of 6.9 percent. Employment rose by 48.3 thousand, beating expectations of a 5 thousand decline for the second month.
Friday February 10 2017
Russia Trade Surplus Widens 4.7% YoY In December  
Russian trade surplus increased by 4.7 percent to $11.83 billion in December 2016 from $11.3 billion in the same month a year earlier, well above market expectations of a $9.85 billion surplus. Exports rose 8.3 percent, the second consecutive monthly increase since July 2014; and imports went up 10.6 percent, the fifth month in a row of growth. Considering the full 2016, the trade surplus shrank 39.1 percent to $90.4 billion from $148.5 billion in 2015, as exports fell 17.5 percent and imports declined at a much slower 0.8 percent.
Friday February 10 2017
Portuguese Inflation Rate Rises To Nearly 4-Year High  
Portuguese consumer prices increased by 1.3 percent year-on-year in January 2017, following a 0.9 percent rise in December. It was the highest inflation rate since December 2012, mainly boosted by higher cost for food and transportation.
Friday February 10 2017
UK Trade Deficit Narrows On Higher Exports In December  
The UK’s deficit on trade in goods and services narrowed by £0.3 billion to £3.3 billion in December 2016 from a downwardly revised £3.6 billion in the previous month. Exports rose by 2.4 percent to an all-time high of £48.8 billion, while imports increased at a slower 1.7 percent also to a record £52.1 billion.
Friday February 10 2017
China Trade Surplus Largest In A year  
China reported a USD 51.35 billion trade surplus in January of 2017, lower than a USD 56.67 billion surplus a year earlier but above market consensus of a USD 47.90 billion surplus. It was the largest trade surplus since January 2016, mainly driven by a 7.9 percent rise in exports while imports surged 16.7 percent.
Friday February 10 2017
Philippines Trade Gap Widens In December  
Philippines posted a trade deficit of USD 2.57 billion in December of 2016, compared to a USD 1.59 billion gap a year earlier, as imports rose much more than exports.
Thursday February 09 2017
Mexico Inflation Rate At 4-1/2-Year High Of 4.72%  
Consumer prices in Mexico jumped 4.72 percent year-on year in January of 2017, following a 3.36 percent rise in December and above market expectations of 4.7 percent. The inflation rate accelerated for the seventh straight month, reaching the highest since September of 2012, mainly due to rising energy cost after the government hiked gasoline prices by near 20 percent in the beginning of the year.
Thursday February 09 2017
US Jobless Claims Down To Near 43-Year Low  
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits decreased by 12 thousand to 234 thousand in the week ended February 4th 2017, below market expectations of 250 thousand. It is the smallest figure since the week ended November 12th 2016 when claims came in at 233,000, the lowest in 43 years. Claims have been below 300 thousand, the level associated with a healthy labor market for 101 straight weeks. That’s the longest streak since 1970. Yet, the 4-week moving average considered a better measure as removes week-to-week volatility reached the lowest since 1973.
Thursday February 09 2017
Greek Unemployment Rate Unchanged At 23% In November  
The Greek seasonally adjusted unemployment rate came in at 23 percent in November 2016, unchanged from October's four-and-a-half year low and down from 24.5 percent in November 2015. The number of unemployed decreased by 0.2 percent from the previous month while employment nearly unchanged.
Thursday February 09 2017
Philippines Holds Key Interest Rate At 3%  
The Philippine central bank held its benchmark overnight borrowing rate at 3 percent on February 9th, 2017, as widely expected, saying inflation is expected to remain within its comfort zone for some time. Although annual inflation rate hit a two-year high of 2.7 percent in January, it remained within the central bank's 2-4 percent comfort range. Meanwhile, the central bank raised its inflation forecast for 2017 to 3.5 percent from 3.3 percent, and for 2018 to 3.1 percent from 3 percent.
Thursday February 09 2017
German 2016 Trade Surplus Hits Fresh Record High  
Germany posted a new record high of surplus at EUR 252.9 billion in 2016, surpassing the previous high of EUR 244.3 billion in 2015, as exports rose more than imports. In December 2016 alone, trade surplus was recorded at EUR 18.7 billion, compared to EUR 18.4 billion surplus a year earlier.
Thursday February 09 2017
Switzerland Jobless Rate Up To 11-Month High Of 3.7%  
Swiss unadjusted unemployment rate increased to 3.7 percent in January of 2017, compared to a 3.5 percent in December while market expected 3.6 percent. It was the highest jobless rate since February 2016, as the number of unemployed and jobseekers went up.
Wednesday February 08 2017
New Zealand Holds Key Rate At 1.75%  
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand kept its official cash rate unchanged at record low of 1.75 percent on February 8th, 2017, as widely expected. Policymakers said financial conditions have firmed with long-term interest rates rising and continued upward pressure on the New Zealand dollar exchange rate. The exchange rate remains higher than is sustainable for balanced growth. Inflation has returned to the target band as past declines in oil prices dropped out of the annual calculation, and is expected to return to the midpoint target of 2 percent gradually, reflecting the strength of the domestic economy.
Wednesday February 08 2017
Tanzania Inflation Rate Rises To 5.2% In January  
Consumer prices in Tanzania increased 5.2 percent year-on-year in January of 2017, following 5 percent rise in the previous month. It was the highest inflation rate since July mainly boosted by rising prices for food.
Wednesday February 08 2017
Brazil Inflation Rate At Near 4-1/2-Year Low Of 5.35%  
The inflation rate in Brazil eased for the fifth month to 5.35 percent in January of 2017, the lowest since September of 2012 and below market expectations of 5.41 percent. Inflation slowed faster than expected in the past four months due to weaker demand and a stronger real and after reaching double digits last year. The central bank expects inflation at around 4 percent in 2017.
Wednesday February 08 2017
India Keeps Key Rate At 6.25%  
The Reserve Bank of India left its key repo rate unchanged at 6.25 percent for the second time at its February 2017 meeting, compared to expectations of a 25bps cut. Policymakers decided to change the stance from accommodative to neutral while assessing the effects of demonetisation on inflation and growth. The reverse repo rate was also kept at 5.75 percent and the marginal standing facility and the bank rate at 6.75 percent.
Wednesday February 08 2017
Thailand Maintains Key Rate At 1.5% In February  
The Bank of Thailand unanimously kept its benchmark interest rate unchanged at 1.5 percent at its February meeting, as expected. While saying current policy stance is conducive to the domestic economy, policymakers viewed uncertainties remained, particularly those pertaining to monetary policy directions of major advanced economies.
Wednesday February 08 2017
Malaysia Trade Surplus Narrows To 3-Month Low  
Malaysia reported a MYR 8.72 billion trade surplus in December of 2016, compared to a MYR 8.25 billion surplus a year earlier while market expected a MYR 9.30 billion surplus. It was the smallest surplus since September, as imports rose more than exports.
Tuesday February 07 2017
US Trade Deficit Narrows in December  
The goods and services deficit in the United States narrowed to USD 44.3 billion in December of 2016 from an upwardly revised USD 45.7 billion gap a month earlier and lower than market expectations of a USD 45 billion shortfall. Exports reached the highest in 1-1/2-years with shipments of advanced technology goods hitting a record high. Considering full 2016, the trade deficit widened 0.4 percent to a four-year high of USD 502.3 billion.
Tuesday February 07 2017
Canadian Trade Surplus Beats Expectations In December  
Canada's merchandise trade surplus narrowed to CAD 0.92 billion in December 2016 from an upwardly revised CAD 1.01 billion a month earlier, but better than market expectations of a CAD 0.35 billion surplus. Exports were up 0.8 percent on the strength of higher energy product prices; and imports increased 1 percent, mainly on stronger imports of aircraft and industrial machinery.
Tuesday February 07 2017
France Trade Gap Narrows To 6-Month Low In December  
France recorded a trade gap of EUR 3.42 billion in December of 2016, compared to a EUR 4.37 billion deficit in November and below markets expectations of a EUR 4.20 billion shortfall. It was the smallest deficit since June, as exports rose 4.0 percent to EUR 40.42 billion while imports rose 1.4 percent to EUR 43.85 billion.
Tuesday February 07 2017
Australia Holds Cash Rate Steady At 1.5%  
The Reserve Bank of Australia left the cash rate unchanged at a record low of 1.5 percent during the meeting held on February 7th, as expected. While highlighting economic growth over the next couple of years to be around 3 percent, boosted by further increases in resource exports amid the end of declining mining investment; policymakers said inflation is expected to remain low for some time.
Tuesday February 07 2017
Philippines Inflation Rate At 25-Month High Of 2.7%  
Consumer prices in Philippines rose 2.7 percent year-on-year in January of 2017, following a 2.6 percent increase in December. It is the highest inflation rate since December 2014 as cost rose faster for housing, utilities and transport.
Monday February 06 2017
ECB May Extend QE If Inflation Outlook Worsens  
Support from ECB's monetary policy is still needed if inflation rates are to converge towards the 2 percent target in a sustained manner, President Mario Draghi said at the ECON committee of the European Parliament. Draghi also noted that recent pick-ups in inflation were driven by energy prices while underlying inflation pressures remain subdued, and confirmed that the central bank is prepared to expand its record stimulus programme if the inflation outlook becomes less favourable.
Monday February 06 2017
Russia Inflation Rate At New 4-1/2-Year Low Of 5%  
Consumer prices in Russia increased 5 percent year-on-year in January of 2017, following 5.4 percent rise in the previous month and below market expectations of 5.1 percent. It was the lowest inflation rate since June 2012, as prices increased at a slower pace for food; clothing and footwear; furnishings and household equipment and recreation and cultural activities. On a monthly basis, prices went up 0.6 percent, compared to 0.4 percent rise in December.
Monday February 06 2017
Indonesia Economy Contracts 1.77% QoQ in Q4  
Indonesia's GDP shrank 1.77 percent quarter-on-quarter in the fourth quarter of 2016, compared to a downwardly revised 3.13 percent growth in the September quarter. It was the first contraction in three quarters and in line with markets estimates of a 1.8 percent decrease, as private consumption stalled while investment rose further and government spending and exports rebounded.
Monday February 06 2017
Indonesia GDP Growth Slowest In 3 Quarters In Q4  
The Indonesian economy expanded 4.94 percent year-on-year in the December quarter of 2016, compared to a marginally revised 5.01 percent growth in the third quarter while market estimated a 5.07 percent expansion. It was the slowest growth since the March quarter, as a slowdown in private consumption and a further decline in government spending offset a rebound in exports and a faster increase in investment.
Friday February 03 2017
US Services Sector Growth Eases In January: ISM  
The ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI index edged down to 56.5 in January of 2017 from a downwardly revised 56.6 in December and below market expectations of 57. Business activity and new orders eased and price pressures intensified while payrolls rose faster. Comments from non-manufacturers were mixed, indicating both optimism and a degree of uncertainty in the business outlook as a result of the change in government administration.
Friday February 03 2017
US Unemployment Rate Rises To 4.8% In January  
US unemployment rate rose to 4.8 percent in January 2017 from 4.7 percent in the previous month and above market expectations of 4.7 percent. The number of unemployed persons was almost unchanged at 7.6 million while the labor force participation rate increased by 0.2 percentage point to 62.9 percent.
Friday February 03 2017
US Economy Adds 227K Jobs In January, Most In 4 Months  
Total nonfarm payroll employment in the United States rose by 227,000 in January of 2017, following an upwardly revised 157,000 in December and beating market expectations of 175,000. It is the strongest job growth in four months as employment increased in retail trade, construction, and financial activities.
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