Durable goods orders rose 0.4% in August, yet the 4th successive monthly gain was much slower than the 11.7% July advance. Core orders and...

The latest data show that retail spending growth in the US and UK isslowing but remains a relative bright spot for both economies in contrast to...

The third consecutive monthly decline of the Philly Fed manufacturing index in September signals regional activity is gradually falling in line...

Eurozone lending broadly continued its trend from the recent months in July. The M3 monetary aggregate annual growth rate picked up by 1...

July’s inflation figures, which revealed sharper-than-expected rises in core measures of inflation in the US, eurozone, and UK, suggest that core...

This was echoed by the Philly Fed manufacturing index, which fell 6.9 points to 17.2 in August. While manufacturers remain upbeat about the...

The Empire State Manufacturing Survey business conditions index fell 13.5 points to 3.7 in August, indicating a softer pace of activity following...