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European CPI inflation is expected to show another increase in June, while manufacturing already weakened last month Full Article

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Manufacturing and services are finally out of contraction in China Full Article

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yesterday's Chinese manufacturing PMI showed an improvement, which should be visible today in the Caixin manufacturing report too Full Article

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Many manufacturing reports are on the agenda today but the sentiment in the financial markets will take the attention once again Full Article

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Manufacturing is softening as raw material prices increase and the consumer weakens, but services might benefit from this Full Article

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Commodities are taking a dive, as China falls into contraction due to covid lockdowns Full Article

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Chinese manufacturing dived in a deep contraction last month, while European manufacturing remains in a decent shape Full Article

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The USD is starting the week on a bullish footing and today's light economic calendar won't be able to change the sentiment Full Article

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Yesterday the USD regained the bullish momentum after declining earlier this week, while today manufacturing report will be released Full Article

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Good news coming in for the South Korean economy, with its manufacturing activity registering the sharpest growth seen since July 2021 Full Article

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The retrace higher in AUD/USD might be over at the 50 SMA, so we are trying to open a sell trade here Full Article

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The manufacturing sector across Japan posted the fastest pace of growth seen in almost eight years during the month of January, powered by Full Article

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Manufacturing and services are picking up pace again in Germany as omicron fears reside, yet EUR/USD remains bearish Full Article

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Manufacturing activity across Japan posted the fastest increase seen in several years during January, buoyed by an uptick in output; however Full Article

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The manufacturing sector across Japan saw an uptick in activity for the 11th consecutive month during December, although the pace of growth Full Article

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