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The rampant spread of COVID-19 infections due to the Omicron variant has caused a steep decline in Australia's consumer confidence during Full Article

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Household spending across Japan fell for the fourth straight month during November, spelling more trouble for the world's third largest Full Article

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Despite the pandemic continuing to weigh on the economy, consumer spending across the UK posted a jump from pre-pandemic levels through 2021 Full Article

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USD/CAD is heading for 1.30 as buyers still remain in control after Canadian retail sales Full Article

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Consumer sentiment across Ireland registered a sharp drop during December after the government imposed restrictions to contain the spread of Full Article

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The US dollar holds on to its gains from the previous session even as moves in the forex market remain somewhat limited as investors wait to Full Article

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The US economy picks up pace again, supporting the US Dollar Full Article

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EUR/JPY has retreated lower but is finding support at MAs now where we decided to go long Full Article

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EUR/USD is now overbought on the daily chart and seems like it wants to reverse down Full Article

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Consumer confidence across the UK bounced back to pre-pandemic levels during the month of July as the lockdowns and restrictions were eased Full Article

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The latest round of lockdowns across several parts of Australia have hurt the nation's retail sales, driving a contraction and hurting Full Article

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Recent research by Springboard estimates a surge in consumers stepping out and shopping more once restrictions are eased completely this Full Article

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UK's consumer confidence held steady through the month of June despite increasing worries about higher inflation possibly derailing recovery Full Article

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A recent survey by the New York Fed reveals that US consumers are upbeat about the economic recovery over the coming 12 months, anticipating Full Article

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The latest resurgence of coronavirus infections across Victoria - the second most populous state, has driven Australia's consumer sentiment Full Article

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