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Consumer sentiment in Australia has deteriorated as a result of the raging bushfires across the region, with the index falling to its lowest Full Article

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British consumers reduced their shopping spends towards the end of last year amid ongoing Brexit and political uncertainties, according to Full Article

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US consumers have increased their online shopping activities this holiday season, with e-commerce retail sales soaring to a record high. Full Article

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Consumer sentiment in Ireland posted a remarkable improvement during November over rising expectations that a no-deal Brexit could be .. Full Article

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The greenback is climbing higher early on Wednesday, with the US dollar index DXY trading at around 98.33 at the time of writing. Full Article

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The sentiment has improved further today,as the Phase One trade deal between US and China gets closer Full Article

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Besides, the trade and geopolitical tensions will also remain in focus, and we need to keep an eye on any developments to determine risk Full Article

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US consumer confidence is soaring, rising higher over the past month to the highest level since August 2019. Full Article

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Ongoing Brexit uncertainties continue to plague consumers in Britain with the GfK consumer sentiment falling to -14 in October from -12 in Full Article

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The ECB eased the monetary policy last month, but if the economy keeps deteriorating as it is, they will be forced to ease again Full Article

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Gold prices are trading cautious and steady ahead of the Fed's interest rate decision due later today as markets wait to see if the central Full Article

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The UK opposition Labour Party accepted elections for December and the sentiment has improved in financial markets Full Article

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European stock markets are expected to trade lower on Wednesday's opening over dampening sentiment around Brexit following the UK Parliament Full Article

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Irish consumer sentiment deteriorated for the third consecutive month in September over mounting Brexit uncertainties, according to KBC Bank Full Article

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After delaying in twice in the past, the Japanese government has finally implemented the sales tax hike from 8% to 10% starting today. Full Article

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