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Monday, October 30th, 2017 | bitcoin updates

Eurozone: Economic Sentiment on 17-Year-Year Briskel – Economic sentiment in the eurozone has risen to its highest level in almost 17 years. The Economic Sentiment Indicator (ESI), which measures the sentiment of companies and private households, rose by 0.9 points to 114.0 points compared to the previous month, as the EU Commission reported in Brussels on Monday. This is the highest level since January 2001. Economists had only expected 113.3 points. GROUPS: Consumer prices in Germany are rising again. WIESBADEN – The price rise in Germany has slowed again for the first time since June. In October, according to preliminary calculations by the Federal Statistical Office, consumer prices were 1.6 percent above the level of the previous month. Above all, the rise in energy prices weakened considerably, as the Wiesbadener Behrde communicated on Monday. That pushed inflation overall. The level of consumer prices remained unchanged from September to October 2017 according to these first figures of the Federal Office.USA: Income and expenditure on consumption are rising more sharply than in the previous month. WASHINGTON – In the US, household income and expenditure rose more sharply in September than in the previous month. Income increased by 0.4 percent month-on-month, according to the US Department of Commerce on Monday. This had been expected by economists. In the previous month, the increase was still at 0.2 percent.PROGRAM: Prosecutor raises charges against Puigdemont and MinisterMADRID / BARCELONA – The Spanish public prosecutor has filed charges against Catalonia's former regional president Carles Puigdemont and other members of the deposed government. The accusations against the accused were, among other things, rebellion, rebellion against the power of the state and the embezzlement of public funds, said Generalate Prosecutor Jos Manuel Maza on Monday in Madrid.ROUNDUP / Catalonia crisis: Defendant Puigdemont probably in BelgiumMADRID / BARCELONA – The Spanish government ruled and accused of rebellion ex-regional president Catalonia, Carles Puigdemont, has dropped to Belgium, according to media reports. The flight "of despair", said the chief coordinator of the People's Party (PP) of the Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, Fernando Martnez Mallo, on Monday. The newspaper "La Vanguardia" wrote, Puigdemont and other Catalan politicians stopped in Brussels. The German business network "Business 20" (B20) calls on Argentina to work on open trade and climate protection. The leading industrial and emerging countries (G20 countries) have to create an environment for sustainable growth and development worldwide, said B20 President Jrgen Heraeus on Monday in Berlin. In the coming three months, job agents from the Bundesagentur für Arbeit (BA) expect further declining unemployment figures for the coming three months as a result of seasonal falling unemployment. In contrast, the number of jobs should not grow quite as rapidly as before, but the situation here is also "excellent," the Institute for Employment Research (IAB) reported in its Monday Labor Market Monitor for October. The labor market barometer is based on a monthly survey among the bosses of the 156 German employment agencies.Spanish economy grows robustMADRID – The Spanish economy has grown robustly before the recent escalation of the Catalonia crisis. According to the INE statistics office on Monday, the economic output (GDP) in the third quarter was 0.8 percent higher than in the previous quarter. The expectations of analysts were met. In the second quarter, however, the growth rate was 0.1 percentage points higher at 0.9 percent. Compared to the third quarter of 2016, the Spanish economy grew by 3.1 per cent between July and September. Germany: retailers are more dependent on WIESBADEN – German retailers more implemented in September than in the previous month. According to the Federal Statistical Office on Monday, the revenues were 0.5% higher than in August. Analysts had expected this increase on average. Nominal, ie without price adjustment, the revenues increased by 1.0 percent.Kundhinweis: ROUNDUP: You read a summary of the economic outlook. There are several messages on the topic dpa-AFX Nachrichtendienst./jsl


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