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Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Chart Book — Q1 GDP data confirm EM downturnChina Economics > China Chart Book — Property to remain a drag despite stronger salesEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Underemployment to keep a lid on German pay growthCanada Economics > Canada Economics Weekly — Construction employment losses likely only beginningIndia Economics > India Economics Update — Reality check for reform agendaUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — Still substantial regional differences in wage growthPrecious Metals > Precious Metals Update — Platinum price to benefit from approaching “strike season”This article appears in multiple services — Labour market data (Mar./Apr.)Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Economy Watchers Survey (Apr.)Canada Economics > Canada Data Response — Labour Force Survey (Apr.)
UK Economics > UK Economics Weekly — Tory majority brings more clarity to fiscal outlookCommodities Overview > Commodities Data Response — US Employment Report (Apr.)US Economics > US Data Response — Employment Report (Apr.)Global Markets > Capital Markets Analyst — Will tighter Fed policy rattle the markets?Global Economics > Global Economics Chart Book — Consumers yet to spend their oil windfall...European Economics > European Economics Update — Policy unchanged in Norway, but rate cut still on the cardsAustralia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Data Response — Australia Employment (Apr.)UK Consumer > UK Economics Chart Book — Few signs of election uncertainty undermining recoveryUK Housing > UK Housing Market Focus — Are high construction costs holding back housebuilding?Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Unemployment, Household Spending, Consumer Prices & Labour Cash Earnings (Mar.)
US Economics > US Employment Report Preview — March weakness unlikely to be repeated in AprilLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Recovery faltersEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone Flash CPI (Apr.) & Unemployment (Mar.)Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Chart Book — Slow out of the blocksJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — Small Business Confidence (Apr.)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Chart Book — Russia’s economy slumps, growth weakens in TurkeyCanada Economics > Canada Economics Weekly — Pace of payroll job gains likely to slowEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Weekly — A manufacturing migration?Japan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — Has QQE really lifted inflation expectations?Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Chart Book — Region’s politics take another twist
Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Chart Book — EM growth sinks as BRICs woes deepenCanada 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 supportGlobal Economics > Global Economic Outlook — More winners than losersUK Commercial Property > UK Commercial Property Data Response — Employment data (Feb.)UK Economics > UK Data Response — Labour market data (Feb./Mar.)UK Economics > UK Quarterly Review — Don’t underestimate the economy’s hidden slackAustralia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Data Response — Australia Employment (Mar.)
European Economics > European Economics Update — New government will struggle to revive Finland’s economyCanada Economics > Canada Data Response — Labour Force Survey (Mar.)This article appears in multiple services — Should we trust the upbeat business surveys?Australia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Economics Weekly — Will Australian households rescue the economy?Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economic Outlook — Most of Emerging Asia set for faster growthEuropean Economics > European Economic Outlook — Recovery prospects clouded by GreeceGlobal Economics > Global Economics Chart Book — Global growth to recover after weak Q1UK Economics > UK Economics Chart Book — Inflation is dead, but should rise again before longCanada Economics > Canada Economics Update — Oil price slump will drag economy downJapan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Revised data show that wage growth remains anaemic
US Economics > US Data Response — Unexpected weakness a temporary blipEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Russia’s recession spreading unevenly across the economyEmerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economic Outlook — In the footsteps of the Fed?This article appears in multiple services — Markit/CIPS Report on Manuf. (Mar.) & Productivity (Q4)Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Tankan (Q1)European Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone Flash CPI (Mar.) & Unemployment (Feb.)European Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone EC Survey (Mar.)European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Euro-zone consumers look ready to start spendingJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — Retail Sales, Unemployment, Household Spending & Consumer Prices (Feb.)China Economics > China Economics Focus — Outlook for China has actually brightened
Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Currency sell-off puts paid to further policy looseningUS Economics > US Employment Report Preview — Decline in mining employment will be relatively modestUS 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 2015Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Small Business Confidence (Mar.)Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Flash Manufacturing PMI (Mar.)Japan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — Shunto pay hikes still too small to lift inflation to 2%UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — Recovery not as evenly spread as Budget assertsLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Shunto pay hikes still too small to lift inflation to 2%UK Commercial Property > UK Commercial Property Data Response — Employment data (Jan/Q4)
Africa Economics > Africa Outlook — A difficult year aheadThis article appears in multiple services — MPC Minutes (Mar.) & Labour market (Jan./Feb.)European Economics > European Economics Update — Iceland’s Sedlabanki holds rates but will hike later this yearEuropean Economics > European Data Response — German ZEW (Mar.) & Euro-zone Employment (Q4)Canada Economics > Canada Data Response — Labour Force Survey (Feb.)European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Now is the euro low enough?Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Weekly — Rupiah weakness is unlikely to revive Indonesia’s economyJapan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — Overtime hours point to lingering job market slackGlobal Economics > Global Inflation Watch — Inflation to bounce back, but remain lowJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — Consumer Confidence (Feb.)
Australia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Data Response — Australia Employment (Feb.)US Economics > US Fed Watch — Fed close to embarking on return to normalityEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Is German wage growth finally taking off?UK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Why are the public finances not already fixed?UK Consumer > UK Consumer Data Response — BRC Retail Sales Monitor (Feb.)Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Economy Watchers Survey (Feb.)US Economics > US Data Response — Employment Report (Feb.)European Economics > European Economics Weekly — ECB’s hopes unlikely to be metAustralia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Economics Weekly — Was that it?Global Economics > Global Economics Chart Book — Consumers beginning to spend their oil windfall
This article appears in multiple services — Misery index on track for 50-year lowEuropean Economics > European Chart Book — Deflationary pressures remain intenseJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — Labour Cash Earnings (Jan.)European Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone Flash CPI (Feb.) & Unemployment (Jan.)Australia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Economic Outlook — Struggling to cope with commodity collapseAustralia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Economics Update — 10 key calls on Australia and New ZealandUS Economics > US Economics Weekly — Fed positions itself for a June rate hikeAfrica Economics > Africa Chart Book — Delay to Nigeria’s election puts naira under pressureJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — Industrial Production, Retail Sales, Unemployment, Household Spending & Consumer Prices (Jan.)US Economics > US Chart Book — Brief deflation won't hold up the Fed
US Economics > US Employment Report Preview — Weather and port dispute are downside risksUK Housing > UK Housing Market Monthly — London set for period of underperformanceEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Tight labour market in Taiwan providing boost to consumptionThis article appears in multiple services — Deflation to have limited impact on pay roundUS Economics > US Economics Update — Yellen positions the Fed for a June rate hikeJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — Small Business Confidence (Feb.)UK Consumer > UK Consumer Monthly — Retail sales recovery to remain robustUK Economics > UK Economics Weekly — Tightening job market should see off deflation threatIndia Economics > India Chart Book — Economy is not out of the woods yetUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — Familiar growth differences re-emerge
US Housing > US Housing Market Data Response — Housing Starts (Jan.)UK Commercial Property > UK Commercial Property Data Response — Employment data (Dec.)This article appears in multiple services — MPC Minutes (Feb.) & Labour market (Dec./Jan.)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economic Outlook — Russia’s crisis to deepen but contagion to remain limitedGlobal Economics > Global Economics Update — Are consumers spending their oil windfall?This article appears in multiple services — Cut in Bank Rate returns to policy toolkitJapan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — Baby boomer boost unlikely to lastCanada Economics > Canada Chart Book — Bank of Canada to cut interest rates againUS Economics > US Economic Outlook — Recent market moves a net positive for GDP growthUS Economics > US Economics Update — NFIB & JOLT surveys highlight labour market strength
European Economics > European Economics Focus — Is deflation here to stay this time?UK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Can the economic recovery maintain its pace?Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Consumer Confidence (Jan.)Canada Economics > Canada Data Response — Labour Force Survey (Jan.)US Economics > US Economics Weekly — Muted productivity growth holding back real wage gainsUS Economics > US Data Response — Employment Report (Jan.)UK Housing > UK Housing Market Monthly — House prices start the year on a stable footingEuropean Economics > European Chart Book — Modest recovery continues despite Greek crisisGlobal Economics > Global Economics Chart Book — Global growth rate set to recoverUK Economics > UK Economics Chart Book — Economy starts 2015 on a surer footing
Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Labour Cash Earnings (Dec.)US Economics > US Economics Weekly — Big number of small winners > small number of big losersEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone Flash CPI (Jan.) & Unemployment (Dec.)Japan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — BoJ pinning hopes on strong Shunto wage dealJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — Consumer Prices, Unemployment, Industrial Production & Household Spending (Dec.)US Economics > US Employment Report Preview — A strong employment gain should trigger wages reboundEuropean Economics > European Data Response — German Flash CPI & Unemployment (Jan.)US Economics > US Economics Update — Wage puzzle not explained by mix of jobs createdJapan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Government eases pressure on BoJ to expand stimulusLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Brazil’s inflation outlook diverges from the pack
Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Small Business Confidence (Jan.)China Economics > China Chart Book — Renminbi strength puts exporters under pressureUK Economics > UK Quarterly Review — Will the recovery fizzle out in 2015?European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Two cheers for the ECBUS Economics > US Economics Weekly — Fed's patient approach at odds with incoming dataJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — Flash Manufacturing PMI (January)UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — Labour market recovery remains patchyUS Economics > US Chart Book — Consumer confidence soaringIndia Economics > India Chart Book — Further rate cuts are on the wayCanada Economics > Canada Chart Book — Low oil prices will hit business profits hard