US: PPI (Oct.): 0.4% m/m vs 0.3% expected (prior: -0.3%)
Prices have rebounded after the fall the prior month; prices of food, energy and trade services were on a strong rebound after their fall in Sept.
Yearly trend has moderated on base effect, from 1.4% y/y to 1.1% y/y; core PPIs were up by 0.1% m/m ( flat past month) and were up by 1.5% y/y after 1.7% y/y.
US: Initial jobless claims (Nov.9): 225k vs 215k expected (prior: 211k)
Germany: GDP (Q3-19): 0.1% q/q vs -0.1% expected (prior: -0.2% revised from -0.1%)
First estimate pointed to a more resilient growth than expected, thanks to consumption, residential construction and public spending; investment and exports remained weak.
The manufacturing sector remained fragile, but the growth outlook should progressively improve next year.
France: Unemployment rate (Q3-19): 8.6% vs 8.4% expected (prior: 8.5%)
France: CPI (Oct.): -0.1% m/m as expected (prior: -0.4%)
Spain: CPI (Oct.): 0.7% m/m vs 0.6% expected (prior: 0.4%)
Poland: GDP (Q3-19): 1.3% q/q vs 1.1% expected (prior: 0.8%)
Switzerland: PPI-import prices (Oct.): -0.2% m/m vs -0.1% expected (prior: -0.3%)
UK: RICS house price balance (Oct.): -5% vs -3% expected (prior: -3% revised from -2%)
UK: Retail sales (Oct.): -0.1% m/m vs 0.2% expected (prior: 0%)
Sales have shown a modest but broad-based contraction across sectors over the month; internet sales have regained (0.8% m/m) after two months contraction.
Yearly trend in sales remained healthy at 3.1% y/y.
Turkey: Industrial production (Sept.): 3.2% m/m (prior: -2.7% revised from -2.8%)