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8 May 11:Core PPI(month-over-month) came in-line with estimates [1]

8 April 13:Core PPI(month-over-month) beats estimates [2]

8 March 31:U.S core PCE was better than estimate in February [3]

8 March 31:Euro zone headline inflation decelerated significantly but core inflation continues to rise [4]

8 March 15: February Producer Price Index beats estimates [5]

8 March 14:US Consumer Price Index came in-line with expectations in February [6]

8 March 2:Euro Zone core inflation surges [7]

9 February 24:U.S core PCE rose more than expected in January [8]


10 May 5:April US nonfarm payrolls and unemployment rate missed estimates [9]

9 April 7:March US payroll numbers came in below estimates [10]


8 April 14:US retail sales decline for a second straight month in March [11]

8 April 5:U.S service sector cooled in March [12]

8 March 21:Sales of existing homes exceeded estimate [13]

8 March 3:US service sector remained steady in February [14]

8 March 1: ISM survey indicates that US manufacturing sector remained in contraction territory in February [15]

8 February 21:S&P U.S Global PMI ended seven months of being in the contraction territory. [16]

8 February 21:S&P Euro Zone PMI growth recorded a nine-month high [17]

Central Banks

10 March 22:Fed hikes rates by 25 basis points [18]

8 March 16:ECB raises interest rates by 50 basis points despite bank turmoil in U.S [19]

10 March 7:Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said interest rates are likely to be higher than anticipated [20]

8 March 1:Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank President Neel Kashkari open-minded to 25 or 50 basis points rate hike in the next FOMC meering [21]

Consumer Health

8 May 17:U.S retail sales rebounded in April but were below estimates. [22]