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01.02.2011
21:01
Kansas City FED's head Hoenig: Expects a broadening of bank lending
  • does not expect it be rapid unless the Fed fails to exit from monetary accommodation;
  • still expects a "moderate" recovery in the year ahead with growth on the order of 3.5%.
20:47
Kansas City FED's head Hoenig: Expects a broadening of bank lending
  • does not expect it be rapid unless the Fed fails to exit from monetary accommodation;
  • still expects a "moderate" recovery in the year ahead with growth on the order of 3.5%.
20:31
AUD/USD holds higher

AUD/USD rose to new four-week highs around $1.0150 Tuesday, with improved risk appetite offsetting the fact that the Reserve Bank of Australia left the cash rate unchanged at 4.75%. Solid manufacturing purchasing managers index readings, in the U.S., the UK and the eurozone, sparked new willingness to put on risk Tuesday.

20:17
Dow +136.46 at 12028.39, Nasdaq +51.87 at 2751.71, S&P +20.16 at 1306.36

The stock market has eased back a couple of points over the course of the past couple of hours, but it still remains sharply higher for the session. Strength remains broad based with close to 90% of the names in the S&P 500 in higher ground and McDonald's (MCD 73.50, -0.17) the only blue chip in the Dow to trade with a loss.
Toyota Motor (TM 83.15, +0.97) recently released its January figures for U.S. sales, which increased 17% from the prior year.
Daimler AG (DAI 73.96, +0.84) reported a 14% increase in U.S. sales during January.
Chrysler Group posted a 23% year-over-year increase in U.S. sales for January.
General Motors (GM 36.66, +0.17) announced a 23% annual increase in January sales.
Ford Motor (F 16.07, +0.12) posted a 13% increase in total January sales.
Nissan Motor (NSANY 20.52, +0.17) said its North American sales increased 15% in January from a year earlier.

20:00
SocGen on payrolls says they forecast +200k Jan pvt payrolls, significantly higher than the market consensus +140k.
19:25
DB ahead of Payrolls

DB warns to look for weather effects and annual revisions in Jan jobs report. Their estimate is +125k Jan payrolls, and weakness could stem from inclement weather during the survey pd.

19:07
US: Toyota Motor reported January sales results of 115,856 units. Sales were up 17.3% over the year-ago month.
18:47
EUR/USD holds higher

EUR/USD continues to track higher with recent dealings to $1.3835. Euro erased earlier reported supply to $1.3630 and some nearby stops mixed in but should find further supply at $1.3850 and at $1.3880.

18:23
US focus: Dollar falls as U.S. manufacturing gain

The dollar declined against all its most-traded counterparts as a report showed U.S. manufacturing rose at the fastest pace in almost seven years, encouraging demand for higher-yielding assets.
The Institute for Supply Management’s U.S. manufacturing index unexpectedly increased to 60.8 in January from 58.5 in the previous month, the Tempe, Arizona, group reported. That indicates the fastest growth since May 2004.

The euro rose above $1.38 as the purchasing managers’ index for Europe increased.
A gauge of manufacturing in the euro region rose to 57.3 in January from 57.1 in December, London-based Markit Economics said today. That’s the highest since April and above the initially reported 56.9.
Egyptian protesters began gathering in Cairo for a march as newly appointed Vice President Omar Suleiman said late yesterday that President Hosni Mubarak instructed him to start a dialogue with the demonstrators. The military promised not to fire on marchers and said that it recognized “the legitimacy” of the people’s demands.
“We’re not looking at any major fallout globally from Egypt at the moment,” said Brian Dolan, chief strategist at FOREX.com.
The pound advanced as much as 0.9%.
The Bank of England will raise its 0.5% main rate three times this year to prevent a surge in consumer prices from becoming entrenched, according to the National Institute for Economic and Social Research. The group forecasts that the rate will rise to 1.25% by year-end, compared with an October forecast of 0.75%.
“The market is going with the idea that the chances of a Bank of England rate hike are increasing,” Forex.com’s Dolan said. “The move is not done yet. The pound is not giving back very much.”
Australia’s dollar rose to a level stronger than parity with the greenback for the first time in three days as the Reserve Bank of Australia said the global economy looks strong and there are signs of rising private investment in the nation amid higher commodity prices.
The central bank left its cash target at 4.75% and signaled inflation was likely to remain within its 2% to 3% target range in the year ahead.

18:09
Dow +146.56 at 12038.49, Nasdaq +54.52 at 2754.60, S&P +21.97 at 1308.09

A decidedly positive tone among market participants has the S&P 500 up sharply to its best level in more than two years. The ascent has been steady and broad based.
Buying has been steady and broad based, such that almost 90% of the names in the S&P 500 are in higher ground. Of the major sectors, only utilities (+0.5%), consumer staples (+0.8%), and telecom (+0.8%) have gained less than 1%. Such strength has helped the benchmark Index push through resistance along the 1300 line to its best level since September 2008.

17:51
US: Chrysler reported +23% YOY overall sales in Jan.
17:38
EUR/USD holds higher

EUR/USD continues to etch fresh highs for the session with gains to $1.3815 area. Offers were noted at $1.3820/30, though we are told too of some stops mixed into the same zone. Area of $1.3820 also the Nov 11 high in the pair.

17:28
Option expiries for Wednesday's 1500GMT cut,

EUR/USD: $1.3750, $1.3700, $1.3680, $1.3600, $1.3800
USD/JPY: Y82.05
EUR/JPY: Y112.00, Y111.60   
GBP/USD: $1.6040, $1.5980, $1.5900
AUD/USD: $1.0025, $0.9900, $0.9800

16:26
US DATA: General Motors January Sales Rise 23 Percent - but it is too soon to est a sales pace.
16:05
Dow +86.28 at 11978.21, Nasdaq +31.51 at 2731.59, S&P +13.71 at 1299.83
Precious metals have come under pressure in recent trade. They had been up with modest gains in the early going, but now gold is down with a 0.4% loss at $1328 per ounce and silver is off by 0.6% at $27.99 per ounce. Oil prices had swung from a morning low of $91.06 per barrel to a modest gain at $92.45 per barrel, but the energy component is now back in the red with a 0.2% loss at $92.00 per barrel. Natural gas prices are down 1.3% to $4.36 per MMBtu. Despite the appearance of widespread weakness in the commodity space, the CRB Commodity Index is only down fractionally after it surged 1.8% to a two-year high yesterday. Support has come from cotton, which is up 1.8% to $1.72 per pound, and coffee, which is up 1.3% to $2.48 per pound.
15:45
US DATA REACT: TD Securities economist Eric Green says Jan mfg ISM at a new cycle high of 60.8 and components were "strong throughout.
The index hit the highest level since early 2004 and new orders surged to a fresh cycle high, as did employment, while production held around 63 and orders backlog surged from 47 to 58. Large gap between new orders and inventories suggest strength in production will endure." He also says -2.5% Dec construction owed "to weakness in residential and public construction. Non residential spending inched modestly lower." This suggests Q4 GDP may be revised modestly lower from +3.2%, depending on inventories and trade data. "A rebound in construction which remains distant," but labor mkt looks to be improving (their est +165k may be too low, he says).
15:15
US DATA: Jan mfg ISM text: "The manufacturing sector grew at a faster rate in January as the PMI regiдстstered 60.8 percent, which is its highest level since May 2004 when the index registered 61.4 percent.
The continuing strong performance is highlighted as January is also the sixth consecutive month of month-over-month growth in the sector. New orders and production continue to be strong, and employment rose above 60 percent for the first time since May 2004. Global demand is driving commodity prices higher, particularly for energy, metals and chemicals. Of the 18 manufacturing industries, 14 are reporting growth in Jan."
15:10
US DATA: Jan mfg ISM 60.8 vs 58.5 Dec
14:59
Dow +59.00 at 11950.93, Nasdaq +23.87 at 2723.95, S&P +10.32 at 1296.44
Each major equity average is up with a strong gain. Buying has been broad based to this point, but materials stocks have displayed the most strength, so far. Materials stocks are up 1.5%, which comes on top of the sector's 1.6% climb in the prior session.
14:50
US DATA REACT: Nomura says "Old Man Winter has not been kind to retailers in January. Last week's winter storms -- the latest in a seemingly endless string of bad weather in North America -- appears to have hit retailers hard for a second straight week."
Weekly reports cited "the effects of winter storms that kept shoppers at home and away from season-ending clearance sales." Sales could remain weak this wk if storms appear again.
14:09
Before the bell: U.S. stocks were poised to open February with modest gains Tuesday as investors await corporate earnings and a report on manufacturing, while continuing to eye the ongoing protests in Egypt.

Dow Jones industrial average (INDU), S&P 500 (SPX) and Nasdaq (COMP) futures were higher ahead of the opening bell. Futures measure current index values against perceived future performance.

U.S. stocks posted solid gains Monday, as positive earnings from Exxon Mobil and rising commodity prices overshadowed the political unrest in Egypt.

Protests in Egypt resumed Tuesday and tensions were still far from resolved, with Standard & Poor's announcing it cut Egypt's foreign currency rating. The news comes a day after Moody's downgraded its rating on Egypt's debt.

But some investors think the fears that sparked a sell-off in the stock market late last week may have been overblown.

"I can't imagine the worry over Egypt is gone, but maybe we've worried enough that we've become a little numb to it and have already embedded the worries in stock prices," said Bruce McCain, chief market strategist at Key Private Bank.

He said when the protests began to escalate on Friday, many investors priced in the worst-case scenario, so stocks will only move lower again if the situation becomes much worse than people had been anticipating.

But there are other countries to worry about as well, McCain warned.

"So many of these emerging countries are suffering from food inflation that Egypt isn't the last one," he said. "If Egypt goes down, what's next? It could turn into a domino effect of governmental collapse and that would, at the minimum, be nerve-wracking for markets."

Economy: The Institute for Supply Management's index of manufacturing is due after the start of trading. Economists forecast the index to fall to 58.4 in January, from a revised reading of 58.5 in December. Any number above 50 indicates growth in the sector.

Also due after the bell, construction spending is expected to have dropped 0.4% in December, following a rise of 0.4% in November.

Auto and truck sales for January are due throughout the day.

In Washington, D.C., the Senate Budget Committee kicks off three days of hearings on the economic outlook, tax reform and challenges to the economic recovery.

Jobs back but pay stinks
At the end of the week, the government releases its January jobs report, and investors will be eyeing the report closely for signs of improvement in the labor market.

"There's continuing nervousness ahead of this number," said McCain. "We can look past one bad report but another bad report in a row would certainly make people worried."

Companies: Tuesday morning BP (BP) reported quarterly earnings that topped Wall Street expectations, but logged an annual loss due to the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. The company announced it will start paying dividends to shareholders again. Dividends will be 7 cents a share for the fourth quarter of 2010. Shares of the oil giant slipped more than 2% in pre-market trading.

Before the opening bell, United Parcel Service (UPS, Fortune 500) logged a 44% jump in profit that beat forecasts and said it expects earnings per share to climb to a record high for 2011. Shares of the shipping company rose 2% on the news.

13:45
US STOCKS: US futures building further gains early in the day, Dow futures up 48 points, Nasdaq futures up 14
13:22
European session:

The dollar fell for a second day against the euro as Asian stocks advanced on speculation the worldwide economic recovery is building momentum, reducing demand for safer assets.
MSCI Asia Pacific Index of shares rose 0.3% and the Nikkei 225 Stock Average advanced 0.4%.
The number of people out of work in Germany fell 10,000 in January, after rising 3,000 in December, a separate survey showed before the data today.
“Worldwide growth is looking strong,” said Adam Carr, a senior economist in Sydney at ICAP Australia Ltd., a unit of the world’s largest interdealer broker. “This is likely to support risk appetite and weigh on the dollar and the yen while boosting the euro.”
The pound gained after the National Institute for Economic and Social Research predicted the U.K.’s benchmark rate would rise to 1.25% by year-end, compared with an October forecast of 0.75%. The institute increased its 2011 inflation forecast to 3.8% from 2.8%.
Australia’s dollar climbed after the central bank said there are signs of rising private investment in the nation.


EUR/USD: hold its ground above $1.3700, and extended recovery to $1.3770. Stops through $1.3770/80, which if triggered expose next resistance at $1.3785/90 ($1.3786 Nov 22 high). Through here and the $1.3800 barrier becomes exposed.
GBP/USD: broke through earlier highs at $1.6080 as rate reacted to the release of stronger than forecast UK mfg PMI data. Cable extended recent recovery to the offers seen to $1.6140. A break to open a move toward $1.6150/55.
USD/JPY: eased to Y81.45.



Economists predict a U.S. report today will show manufacturing grew for an 18th month. The Institute for Supply Management’s factory index was 58 in January from an eight-month high of 58.5 in December. Readings above 50 signal growth.

12:41
Orders desk:

USD/JPY
Offers:Y82.00, Y82.20/30, Y83.00/10, Y83.70
Bids: Y81.30/20, Y81.00

EUR/JPY
Offers: Y112.70, Y113.00, Y113.50/60, Y114.00
Bids: Y112.00, Y111.80, Y111.40

AUD/USD
Offers:$1.0085/90 (stops), $1.0125, $1.0213
Bids: $0.9850

12:00
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services today affirmed its 'AA' long-term and 'A-1+' short-term sovereign credit ratings on the Kingdom of Spain.

The outlook remains negative. The 'AAA' transfer and convertibility assessment is unchanged.

11:38
Option expiries for today's 1500GMT cut:
EUR/USD  $1.3800 (large), $1.3550, $1.3525
USD/JPY Y81.00, Y81.65, Y82.00
EUR/JPY Y112.00, Y113.00   
GBP/USD $1.6100, $1.5980, $1.5945, $1.5700
AUD/USD $0.9850

EUR/SEK Sek8.9000
EUR/NOK Nok7.9000

10:10
EUR/USD is back above $1.3760

Trades through earlier highs at $1.6080 as rate reacts to the release of stronger than forecast UK mfg PMI data. Rate extends recent recovery to the offers seen to $1.6120. A break to open a move toward $1.6150/55.

10:01
Eurozone: Unemployment remained at 10.0% in December
09:50
Option expiries for today's 1500GMT cut
EUR/USD  $1.3800, $1.3550, $1.3525
USD/JPY Y81.65, Y82.00, Y81.00
EUR/JPY Y112.00, Y113.00   
GBP/USD $1.6100, $1.5980, $1.5945, $1.5700
AUD/USD $0.9850
09:30
UK: CIPS Jan mfg PMI 62.0 vs 58.7 in Dec
09:16
Asian session: The dollar fell

The dollar fell for a second day against the euro as Asian stocks advanced on speculation the worldwide economic recovery is building momentum, reducing demand for safer assets.
The greenback declined to a 10-week low against the pound after a national research group said the Bank of England will raise interest rates three times this year. 
Australia’s dollar climbed after the central bank said there are signs of rising private investment in the nation. 
The U.S. and Japanese currencies declined versus most of their major counterparts as the MSCI Asia Pacific Index of shares rose 0.4 percent and the Nikkei 225 Stock Average advanced 0.4 percent.
The pound gained after the National Institute for Economic and Social Research predicted the U.K.’s benchmark rate would rise to 1.25 percent by year-end, compared with an October forecast of 0.75 percent. The institute increased its 2011 inflation forecast to 3.8 percent from 2.8 percent.
 
EUR/USD: the pair bargained above a mark $1.3700.
GBP/USD: the pair bargained above a mark $1.6000.
USD/JPY: the pair has decreased in around Y81.80.

European data starts at 0700GMT with the ILO measure of German unemployment. France PPI data is due at 0745GMT and is expected to post a rise of 0.6% m/m, 5.0% y/y. This morning sees the final manufacturing PMI releases from the main European states, including France at 0848GMT and Italy at 0853GMT. The European state PMI releases through the morning lead up to the release of the EMU final manufacturing PMI data at 0858GMT. The preliminary reading for the EMU data was 56.9. Just before that final EMU manufacturing PMI release, at 0855GMT, the main German unemployment data is expected to see the unemployment rate remain at 7.5%. EMU unemployment data for December is due at 1000GMT, where the unemployment rate is expected to remain at 10.1%. 
UK manufacturing PMI data is due at 0930GMT, with the result expected to show a slight decline to 58.0. Also in the UK, at 0930GMT, Bank of England lending data is due, where BoE Mortgage Approvals data is expected to slip slightly. 

09:01
EUROZONE: Jan mfg PMI 57.3
09:00
GERMANY DATA:

The number of unemployed in Germany fell by a stronger-than-expected, seasonally-adjusted 13,000 in January. January sa unemployment rate 7.4% (MNI median 7.5%).

08:59
GERMANY: Jan mfg PMI 60.5
08:46
Frorex: Monday's review

The euro strengthened after a report showed inflation in the region accelerated to a two-year high this month, signaling policy makers may be moving closer to raising interest rates.
The single currency gained for the sixth time in the past seven days against the dollar. Inflation quickened to 2.4% from 2.2% in December, the European Union’s statistics office said today. That’s the fastest since October 2008. 
New Zealand’s dollar weakened after a report showed home- building approvals fell to a 23-month low in December.
The New Zealand dollar depreciated. Home-building permits declined 19% from November to 1,018, the lowest level since January 2009, Statistics New Zealand said today. Excluding apartments, approvals fell a sixth month, dropping 11%. 
The Australian dollar traded near a its lowest in more than eight weeks against the yen as Asian stocks declined on concern the unrest in Egypt will spread, damping demand for higher-yielding assets. 
Australia’s currency slipped versus the yen as its central bank said loans provided by the nation’s banks and finance companies rose 0.2% in December from the previous month, compared with the median estimate for a 0.3% gain.

EUR/USD: on results of yesterday's session the pair become stronger in area $1.3700.
GBP/USD: on results of yesterday's session the pair become stronger above a mark $1.6000.
USD/JPY: the pair bargained within the limits of Y81.90-Y82.30.

European data starts at 0700GMT with the ILO measure of German unemployment. France PPI data is due at 0745GMT and is expected to post a rise of 0.6% m/m, 5.0% y/y. This morning sees the final manufacturing PMI releases from the main European states, including France at 0848GMT and Italy at 0853GMT. The European state PMI releases through the morning lead up to the release of the EMU final manufacturing PMI data at 0858GMT. The preliminary reading for the EMU data was 56.9. Just before that final EMU manufacturing PMI release, at 0855GMT, the main German unemployment data is expected to see the unemployment rate remain at 7.5%. EMU unemployment data for December is due at 1000GMT, where the unemployment rate is expected to remain at 10.1%. 
UK manufacturing PMI data is due at 0930GMT, with the result expected to show a slight decline to 58.0. Also in the UK, at 0930GMT, Bank of England lending data is due, where BoE Mortgage Approvals data is expected to slip slightly. 

08:40
Stocks: Monday's review

Japanese stocks fell, sending both benchmark gauges to their lowest levels this year, as political demonstrations in Egypt continued for a sixth day, and a stronger yen damped the outlook for export earnings.
Chiyoda Corp., a plant engineering company that gets almost half of its revenue from the Middle East, fell 2.5 percent. Sony Corp., an electronics maker that earns about 40 percent of its revenue from the U.S. and Europe, sank 2.7 percent. Nissan Motor Co., Japan’s second-largest automaker by sales, slid 2.2 percent after saying it closed its factory in Egypt until Feb. 3. Konica Minolta Holdings Inc., a maker of imaging equipment, plunged 7.8 percent after the company cut its operating profit outlook.
The Nikkei 225 Stock Average fell 1.2 percent to 10,237.92 as of the close in Tokyo. The broader Topix lost 1 percent to 910.08, with almost four times as many shares declining as advancing. Both gauges declined to their lowest levels since Dec. 30. For the month, the Nikkei 225 rose 0.1 percent, while the Topix gained 1.3 percent. Both benchmarks had the first January advance in four years.
The Topix has gained 1.3 percent this year and stocks in the index were valued at 15.8 times estimated earnings on average, compared with 13.3 times for the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index and 11.1 times for the Stoxx Europe 600 Index.
Most European stocks dropped, extending two weeks of losses, as anti-government protests rocked Egypt for a seventh day, causing airline and travel company shares to fall.
Deutsche Lufthansa AG and International Consolidated Airlines Group SA both retreated more than 1 percent. Greene King Plc rallied 5.3 percent as the maker and retailer of beer bought Cloverleaf Restaurants to support its focus on food.
The Stoxx 600 slipped 0.1 percent to 280.05 at the 4:30 p.m. close in London, as two stocks fell for every stock that climbed. Even so, the gauge hsa gained 1.5 percent this month. Stocks fell earlier today after tens of thousands of protesters defied a curfew in Cairo and Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak met yesterday with military commanders.
National benchmark indexes fell in 11 of the 18 western European equity markets today. Germany’s DAX Index declined 0.4 percent and the U.K.’s FTSE 100 Index lost 0.3 percent, while France’s CAC 40 Index added 0.1 percent.
U.S. stocks rose, extending the second straight monthly gain for the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index, as businesses expanded at the fastest pace since 1988 and consumer spending and Exxon Mobil Corp.’s profit beat estimates.
An index of energy shares in the S&P 500 rallied 2.3 percent, led by Exxon, the world’s largest company by market value, as Brent crude exceeded $100 a barrel for the first time since 2008. Massey Energy Co. jumped 9.7 percent after Alpha Natural Resources Inc. agreed to buy the coal producer for $7.1 billion. Intel Corp., the world’s largest chipmaker, slumped 1.5 percent after saying a design error will cut sales and margins. Rival Advanced Micro Devices Inc. rose 4.4 percent.
The S&P 500 rose 0.7 percent to 1,285.16 at 2 p.m. in New York, after sliding 1.8 percent on Jan. 28 amid protests demanding the ouster of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. The index is up 2.1 percent in January. The Dow Jones Industrial Average added 45.68 points, or 0.4 percent, to 11,869.38.

08:12
Tech on USD/JPY

Resistance 3:Y83,10 (resistance line from Jan 7)
Resistance 2:Y82,40 (МА (200) for Н1)
Resistance 1:Y82,20 (session high)
Current price: Y81.87
Support 1:Y81.80 (session low)
Support 2:Y81.60 (Jan 4 low)
Support 3:Y81.80 (Jan 19 low)
Comments: the pair decreased. The nearest support - Y81,80. Below losses are possible to Y81.60. The nearest resistance - Y82,20. Above  growth is possible to Y82.40. 

08:07
Tech on USD/CHF

Resistance 3: Chf0.9520 (Jan 25 high)
Resistance 2: Chf0.9480 (Jan 27 high)
Resistance 1: Chf0.9450 (Jan 31 high)
Current price: Chf0.9414
Support 1: Chf0.9370 (Jan 31 low)
Support 2: Chf0.9300 (Dec 31 low)
Support 3: Chf0.9200 (psychological mark)
Comments: essential changes hasn't occured. The nearest support Chf0,9370. Below loss may extend to Chf0.9300. The nearest resistance Chf0,9450. Above is located Chf0.9480. 

07:53
Tech on GBP/USD

Resistance 3: $ 1.6060 (Nov 12 high)
Resistance 2: $ 1.6100 (around of Nov 19 high)
Resistance 1: $ 1.6080 (session high)
Current price: $1.6064
Support 1 : $1.6010 (session high)
Support 2 : $1.5920 (МА (200) for Н1)
Support 3 : $1.5820 (Jan 31 low)
 
Comments: the pair becomes stronger. The nearest resistance - $1,6080. Above growth is possible to $1,6100. The nearest support - $1,6010. Below decrease is possible to $1.5920.

07:48
Tech on EUR/USD

Resistance 3: $ 1.3820 (Nov 10 high)
Resistance 2: $ 1.3790 (Nov 22 high)
Resistance 1: $ 1.3760 (Jan 27 high)
Current price: $1.3728
Support 1 : $1.3690 (session low)
Resistance 2: $ 1.3570 (Jan 25 and 31 low)
Resistance 3: $ 1.3420 (38.2 % FIBO $1.2870-$ 1.3760)
Comments: the pair become stronger above a mark $1.3700. The nearest support - $1,3690. Below decrease is possible to $1.3570. The nearest resistance - $1,3760. Above growth possible to $1,3790. 

07:40
Schedule for today, Tuesday, Feb'01'2011:

04:30 Australia RBA meeting announcement 4.75% 4.75%
07:00 UK Nationwide house price index (January) -0.5% 0.4%
07:00 UK Nationwide house price index (January) Y/Y -1.0% 0.4%
08:00 UK Halifax house price index (January) -0.2% -1.3%
08:00 UK Halifax house price index (January) 3m Y/Y -3.0% -1.6%
08:55 Germany PMI (January) seasonally adjusted 60.2 60.7
08:55 Germany Unemployment (January) seasonally adjusted -6K +3K
08:55 Germany Unemployment (January) seasonally adjusted, mln - 3.152
08:55 Germany Unemployment rate (January) seasonally adjusted 7.5% 7.5%
09:00 EU(17) PMI (January) 56.9 57.1
09:30 UK CIPS manufacturing index (January) 57.9 58.3
09:30 UK M4 money supply (December) final - -0.8%
09:30 UK M4 money supply (December) final Y/Y - -1.4%
09:30 UK Consumer credit (December), bln 0.0 -0.1
10:00 EU(16) Unemployment (December) 10.1% 10.1%
15:00 USA ISM Mfg business index (January) 57.5 57.0
15:00 USA Construction spending (January) 0.0% 0.4%

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