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Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Industrial Production, Household Spending, Unemployment & Consumer Prices (Apr.)UK Markets > MPC Watch — Deflation and overseas risks to keep rate rise at bayUS Economics > US Economics Update — Which inflation measure should the Fed focus on?Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Chart Book — Indonesia still looks vulnerableEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — How vulnerable is the ECB to a Greek default?UK Economics > UK Economics Update — Will the fiscal squeeze boost inflation again?Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Focus — Is the worst really over for Russia?Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Chart Book — Saudi Arabia and Egypt follow divergent pathsEmerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Inflation Monitor — EM inflation has troughedUK Economics > UK Economics Focus — The UK economy after the election
Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Small Business Confidence (May)Canada Economics > Canada Data Response — CPI (Apr.) & Retail Sales (Mar.)Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Chart Book — Q1 GDP data confirm EM downturnEuropean Economics > European Economics Weekly — Stronger German recovery depends on export revivalUS Economics > US Data Response — Consumer Prices (Apr.)This article appears in multiple services — Is that it for deflation?Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Malaysia in no rush to cut rates despite low inflationChina Economics > China Chart Book — Property to remain a drag despite stronger salesUK Consumer > UK Consumer Monthly — Spending still on track for strongest growth since 2005Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Flash Manufacturing PMI (May)
Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Turkish MPC underplays inflation and current account concernsAfrica Economics > Africa Data Response — South Africa Consumer Prices (Apr.)UK Consumer > UK Consumer Analyst — Households well-placed to endure renewed fiscal squeezeUK Economics > UK Data Response — Consumer Prices & Producer Prices (Apr.)European Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone Trade (Mar.) & Consumer Prices (Apr.)Global Economics > Global Economics Focus — Is globalisation dead?Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Data Response — Saudi Arabia Consumer Prices (Apr.)Japan Economics > Bank of Japan Watch — BoJ still likely to ease before too longUK Economics > UK Economics Weekly — Gilt market ‘rout’ poses little threat to economyThis article appears in multiple services — Deflation Watch: Negative inflation, but for one month only
Japan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — When will housing rents stop falling?Africa Economics > Africa Watch — South Africa: poor corn harvest poses little inflation riskEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Data Response — Poland Consumer Prices (Apr.)India Economics > India Data Response — Wholesale Prices (Apr.)European Economics > European Economics Update — Iceland: An example for Greece to follow?Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Turkey’s inflation problem likely to get worseAfrica Economics > Africa Economics Update — Ghana: surprise hike probably result of IMF pressureThis article appears in multiple services — Bank of England Inflation Report (May)India Economics > India Data Response — Consumer Prices (Apr.) & Industrial Production (Mar.)European Economics > European Data Response — Swedish Consumer Prices (Apr.)
Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Data Response — Turkey Curr. Acc. (Mar.) & Czech CPI (Apr.)This article appears in multiple services — Austerity and low inflation likely to keep MPC inactiveMiddle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Data Response — Egypt Consumer Prices (Apr.)China Economics > China Data Response — Consumer & Producer Prices (Apr.)Latin America Economics > Latin America Data Response — Brazil & Chile Consumer Prices (Apr.)UK Economics > UK Data Response — Trade (Mar.)Japan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — Bank of Japan will have to ease more before too longEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Data Response — Turkey Ind. Prod. (Mar.) & Hungary CPI (Apr.)Latin America Economics > Latin America Data Response — Mexico Consumer Prices (Apr.)Global Economics > Global Economics Chart Book — Consumers yet to spend their oil windfall...
India Economics > India Inflation Monitor — Reserve Bank on course to meet 2016 inflation targetUK Consumer > UK Economics Chart Book — Few signs of election uncertainty undermining recoveryAfrica Economics > Africa Economics Update — Kenyan interest rates held, hike likely later this yearEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Data Response — Russia CPI (Apr.)This article appears in multiple services — Election just one reason to keep rates on holdAustralia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Economics Update — 2% won’t be the floorIndia Economics > India Data Response — Manufacturing PMI (Apr.)European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Deflation dangers have not yet liftedJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — Unemployment, Household Spending, Consumer Prices & Labour Cash Earnings (Mar.)Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Recovery falters
Global Markets > Global Markets Update — Renewed yen weakness and Nikkei strength lie aheadAfrica Economics > Africa Data Response — Kenya CPI Inflation (Apr.)European Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone Flash CPI (Apr.) & Unemployment (Mar.)European Economics > European Data Response — Spanish GDP (Q1 est.) & CPI (April)Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Inflation Monitor — Steady core inflation indication of a structural EM slowdownEuropean Economics > European Data Response — German Flash CPI (Apr.)Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Chart Book — Slow out of the blocksEuropean Economics > European Data Response — EC Business & Consumer Survey (Apr.)European Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Mar.)India Economics > India Watch — The implications of a weak monsoon
Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Small Business Confidence (Apr.)Global Economics > Global Central Bank Watch — Has the threat of deflation passed already?Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Chart Book — Russia’s economy slumps, growth weakens in TurkeyJapan Economics > Bank of Japan Watch — BoJ could spring another surpriseJapan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — Has QQE really lifted inflation expectations?Latin America Economics > Latin America Data Response — Mexico IGAE (Feb.) & Bi-Weekly CPI (Apr.)Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Chart Book — EM growth sinks as BRICs woes deepenJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — Flash Manufacturing PMI (Apr.)Australia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Data Response — Australia Consumer Prices (Q1)Africa Economics > Africa Data Response — South Africa Consumer Prices (Mar.)
Canada Economics > Canada Chart Book — January rate cut won't be enough insuranceUS Economics > US Chart Book — Core inflation starting to firmLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Reasons to remain upbeat on MexicoChina Economics > China Chart Book — PBOC steps up policy supportAustralia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Data Response — New Zealand Consumer Prices (Q1)Canada Economics > Canada Data Response — Consumer Prices (Mar.) & Retail Sales (Feb.)Global Economics > Global Economic Outlook — More winners than losersUS Economics > US Data Response — Consumer Prices (Mar.)UK Economics > UK Data Response — Labour market data (Feb./Mar.)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Strong Turkish inflation is deep-rooted
Australia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Economics Weekly — Ignore plunge in headline inflation, fret about the coreUK Economics > UK Quarterly Review — Don’t underestimate the economy’s hidden slackAfrica Economics > Africa Data Response — Nigeria CPI Inflation (Mar.)Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Data Response — Saudi Arabia Consumer Prices (Mar.)India Economics > India Data Response — Wholesale Prices (Mar.)Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Sri Lanka cuts rates to new lows, door opened for moreUS Economics > US Data Response — Retail Sales & Producer Prices (Mar.)This article appears in multiple services — Consumer Prices & Producer Prices (Mar.)European Economics > European Data Response — Swedish Consumer Prices (Mar.)UK Consumer > UK Consumer Data Response — BRC Retail Sales Monitor (Mar.)
Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Singapore is finished with policy looseningIndia Economics > India Data Response — Consumer Prices (Mar.)US Economics > US Economics Weekly — Fed tightening pace dependent on market reactionThis article appears in multiple services — Should we trust the upbeat business surveys?UK Economics > UK Economics Update — Deflation Watch: UK could now be in deflationChina Economics > China Data Response — Consumer & Producer Prices (Mar.)Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economic Outlook — Most of Emerging Asia set for faster growthLatin America Economics > Latin America Data Response — Mexico Consumer Prices (Mar.)European Economics > European Economics Update — Is deflation good for the euro-zone after all?India Economics > India Inflation Monitor — Is rising food inflation a concern?
Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Data Response — Egypt Consumer Prices (Mar.)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Data Response — Czech CPI (Mar.)European Economics > European Economic Outlook — Recovery prospects clouded by GreeceGlobal Economics > Global Economics Chart Book — Global growth to recover after weak Q1China Economics > China Inflation Monitor — Uptick in inflation likely to reverse soonUK Economics > UK Economics Chart Book — Inflation is dead, but should rise again before longIndia Economics > India Economics Update — Door for further rate cuts still openJapan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Revised data show that wage growth remains anaemicChina Economics > China Watch — Policymakers still have plenty of ammunitionLatin America Economics > Latin America Focus — Chile set to shift into tightening mode
This article appears in multiple services — “Noflation” unlikely to prompt rate cutEmerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economic Outlook — In the footsteps of the Fed?Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Tankan (Q1)European Economics > European Chart Book — Consumers drive the recoveryIndia Economics > India Watch — Why aren’t banks lending more?European Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone Flash CPI (Mar.) & Unemployment (Feb.)UK Consumer > UK Consumer Data Response — GfK/NOP Consumer Confidence (Mar.)European Economics > European Data Response — German Flash CPI (Mar.)European Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone EC Survey (Mar.)Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Inflation Monitor — BRICs drive pick-up in EM inflation
Japan Economics > Japan Economics Focus — “Abenomics” needs a fresh boostEuropean Economics > European Economics Weekly — Euro-zone consumers look ready to start spendingUK Economics > UK Economics Weekly — Zero inflation doesn’t boost case for rate cutEmerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Focus — Shifting sands: why the outlook for the BRICs is starting to divergeEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Weekly — Deflation of Thailand’s credit bubble has further to runJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — Retail Sales, Unemployment, Household Spending & Consumer Prices (Feb.)Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Currency sell-off puts paid to further policy looseningAfrica Economics > Africa Chart Book — Nigerian politics take centre stageUS Economics > US Chart Book — Slump in productivity growth could be pivotalEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Chart Book — Central Europe shaping up well at the start of 2015
Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Chart Book — Saudi Arabia refuses to budgeEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Currency strength one reason Asian rates will stay low, for nowEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Chart Book — Exports take a turn for the worseUS Economics > US Data Response — Consumer Prices (Feb.)This article appears in multiple services — Consumer Prices & Producer Prices (Feb.)Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Small Business Confidence (Mar.)Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Flash Manufacturing PMI (Mar.)Latin America Economics > Latin America Update — A closer look at the jump in Brazilian inflationJapan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — Shunto pay hikes still too small to lift inflation to 2%This article appears in multiple services — Is there light at the end of the austerity tunnel?