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Household spending among Japanese consumers remained in contraction during June, but the pace of the slump has reduced since the previous Full Article

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US GDP beat expectations, but it still posted a massive decline Full Article

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As a result of the coronavirus pandemic led lockdown, household spending in Japan fell at the fastest pace ever recorded during April as Full Article

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Shop prices in Britain fell sharply during May as retailers tried to entice consumers by offering deeper discounts, especially on clothing Full Article

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A recent report by Lloyds Bank reveals that non-essential spending by consumers in the UK has contracted by 42% during April, mainly driven Full Article

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Retail spending by British consumers registered a sharp contraction during the month of April as a result of the lockdown measures imposed Full Article

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Household spending among consumers in Japan saw the sharpest decline in five years during March as shoppers stayed indoors to protect Full Article

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The US dollar is trading somewhat steady after sliding lower against the euro in the previous session as a result of traders rebalancing the Full Article

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The Eurozone GDP contracted by the biggest amount on record during Q1 Full Article

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Household spending in Japan declined at a slower than forecast pace amid the shutdowns as consumers rushed to stock up essential goods Full Article

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A recent Reuters poll indicates that household spending among Japanese consumers could have declined for the fifth consecutive month.. Full Article

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Over the weekend, the US Federal Reserve stunned markets by cutting interest rates down to 0-0.25%, as part of emergency measures undertaken Full Article

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Leading companies in the country, especially in the automotive and electronics sectors, are resorting to tightening wage hikes as a result Full Article

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Household spending in Japan continued to stay depressed for the fourth consecutive month during January, as a result of the sales tax hike Full Article

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The growth in disposable income in China witnessed a slowdown during 2019, which further reduced domestic household consumption among Full Article

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