Market-moving events today.
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|11.30||British retail sales (MoM)||-0.4%||0.3%|
Retail sales measures the change in the total value of sales in retail shops across the UK.
Higher figures mean higher consumer spending, good for the pound and FTSE 100, while lower figures mean lower spending, a negative factor for these instruments.
|From 12.00||Eurozone consumer price index (YoY)||–||–|
The heads of state and government of the members of the European Union are meeting in Brussels today.
Brexit is expected to be the main discussion point, affecting the pound, but other items on the agenda might include Italian debt, having an impact on sentiment for the euro.
|15.30||Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Index||19.7||22.9|
The Philadelphia Federal Reserve Manufacturing Index is an indicator of the conditions faced by manufacturers in the Third District of the Federal Reserve System.
Figures above zero suggest conditions are improving, good for the dollar and many American shares, while negative figures suggest worsening conditions, usually having the opposite effect on these instruments.
Original Source: EverFX News