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    RBA: Rate cuts, Aussie weakness spur economic growth



    The Reserve Bank of Australia, in its quarterly monetary policy statement, said interest rate cuts and the Australian dollar's depreciation ignite economic growth, with Governor Glenn Stevens expecting rates to stay on hold. Australia's central bank lowered the inflation projection for the year to June 2016, as well as growth reduced by a quarter point at the beginning and end of the forecast period. The RBA emphasized its outlook from three years ago, when it retained rates at 2%, unchanged for a sixth month, saying prospects for better economic conditions had slightly firmed in recent months. Also, the central bank projected unemployment to remain within the 6% to 6.25% range over the next year and plummet gradually toward the end of the forecast period.

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    UK Permanent Job Placement Growth At 4-Month High



    Permanent job placements in the U.K. increased at the fastest pace in four months in October, the Report on Jobs compiled by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation and KPMG showed Friday. The number of people placed in permanent jobs climbed further in October and the growth was solid and sharpest in four months. Similarly, temporary and contract staff billings rose at a faster pace, marking the strongest growth in three months. At the same time, the availability of staff for permanent jobs continued to decline in October, although easing to the lowest since January. Overall vacancies continued to rise at a marked pace in October. Considering the regional and sector variation, the strongest rise in permanent placements was recorded by Midlands-based consultancies, followed by the North. Rates of expansion in the South and London were modest.

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    IMF's Lagarde push Gulf nations to unveil tax, spending reforms



    International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde urged Gulf Arab oil nations to implement tax and spending reforms to control budget deficits. Low oil prices have cut state revenues in the Gulf Cooperation Council. All of the countries have started to limit spending, but so far, most have inhibitions in taking measures to reduce consumers' disposable income. Lagarde pressed governments to slow growth of their current spending, referring to their practice of giving high-paying jobs to their citizens to secure political support. As of present, most GCC citizens work for the public sector. The IMF head also urged them, including Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, to unveil a regional value-added tax the soonest possible.

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    European Economics Preview: German Foreign Trade Data Due



    Foreign trade figures from Germany and investor sentiment from euro area are due on Monday, headlining a light day for the European economic news. At 2.00 am ET, Destatis is set to publish external trade figures for September. German exports are forecast to rise 2 percent on a monthly basis in September and imports to grow 1 percent. Economists forecast the trade surplus to rise to EUR 21 billion from EUR 15.3 billion in August. At 3.00 am ET, consumer prices and unemployment from the Czech Republic are due. Inflation is expected to remain unchanged at 0.4 percent in October. The jobless rate is forecast to ease marginally to 5.9 percent in October from 6 percent in September. In the meantime, the Turkish Statistical Office is slated to issue industrial production for September. At 4.30 am ET, Eurozone Sentix investor sentiment data is due. The investor confidence index is expected to rise to 12.7 in November from 11.7 in October. At 5.30 am ET, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development is set to publish Economic Outlook. Eurozone finance ministers are set to meet in Brussels today. The Eurogroup will be updated on the state of play regarding the implementation of Greece's economic adjustment programme, including the disbursement of EUR 3 billion.

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    South Korea Money Supply Growth Accelerates In September



    South Korea's money supply growth accelerated in September after easing marginally in the previous month, figures from the Bank of Korea showed Wednesday. M2, a broad measure of money supply, climbed 9.4 percent year-over-year in September, faster than the 9.2 percent increase in August. On a monthly basis, M2 money supply rose at a slower pace of 0.7 percent in September, following a 0.9 percent spike in the prior month. At the same time, annual growth in liquidity quickened to 9.2 percent in September from 8.9 percent in the preceding month. Similarly, liquidity of financial institutions grew at a slightly faster pace of 10.5 percent yearly in September, after a 10.4 percent hike a month earlier. Month-on-month, liquidity of financial institutions increased at a stable pace of 0.7 percent during September.

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    US oil prices struggle to shy away from two-month low



    US crude prices on Thursday held close to more than two-month lows following a sharp slump on woes the market will need a longer time to rebalance as supplies exceed demand. Benchmark US crude futures CLc1 settled at $43.15 a barrel, up 22 cents. Prices dropped 3% in the light of high production, higher US stocks, and Asian economic slowdown. Meanwhile, emerging markets worldwide are dealing with an escalating debt mountain which impends growth.

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    New Zealand Consumer Confidence At 6-Month High



    An index measuring consumer confidence in New Zealand strengthened in November to the highest level in six months, the latest survey released by ANZ Bank and Roy Morgan showed Thursday. The ANZ-Roy Morgan consumer confidence index climbed notably to 122.7 in November from 114.9 in October. The latest reading was the strongest since May this year, when it marked 123.9. Consumers' expectations about the economy's prospects over the year ahead improved markedly in November, with the corresponding index rising to 15.0 from 2.0 in the previous month. Their own financial expectations over the next twelve months rose to 30.0 from 25.0. The index of current conditions, a concurrent indicator of spending trends, increased to 123.5 in November from 115.4 in the preceding month. Similarly, future conditions index strengthened to 112.2 from 114.6. General inflation expectations climbed to a four-year high in November, with the index rising to 4.1 from 3.3 a month earlier. At the same time, nationwide house price expectations eased to 4.4 from 4.8, which was the lowest reading in this year so far.

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    Slumping commodity prices distress global markets



    Global equity markets came under pressure as commodity prices slumped, despite continuing concerns about the risks to commodities from lower demand and oversupply. Copper fell to $4,800 tonne in London, its lowest since July 2009, before it slightly recuperated to $4,823. In the United States, the S&P 500 closed at 2,046, up 1.4%, as the energy and basic materials sectors slid 2.3% and 2%, respectively. In Europe, the FTSEurofirst 300 dropped 1.6%, its worst level since late September, as the mining sub-index lost 5.1%. The Shanghai Composite Index slipped 0.5%, but was still up around 24% from its August lows. The market has been unsettled by recent figures leading to sluggish industrial growth in China, even as the London Metal Exchange disclosed inventories of copper were escalating.

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    Eur/usd :watch Out for 1.0800 for Further Bullishness



    EUR/USD has made a low of 1.06911 and started to recover from that level. It is currently trading around 1.07915. Short term trend is till weak as long as resistance 1.0800 holds. The pair has been struggling to break above 1.0800 for the past four trading session and break above confirms short term bullishness, a jump till 1.0900/1.1000 cannot be ruled out . On the downside major support is around 1.0660 and break below targets 1.0600. The pair's minor support is around 1.0750 and below that level decline till 1.0700/1.0680 is possible. It is good to buy only above 1.0800 with SL around 1.0748 for the TP of 1.0900/1.1000.

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    Japan Economy Contracts More Than Expected In Q3



    Japanese economy entered in to recession in the three months ended September, as the GDP contracted for the second straight quarter, preliminary figures from the Cabinet Office showed Monday. Gross domestic product fell an annualized 0.8 percent in the third quarter, following a revised 0.7 percent decrease in the previous three months. Economists had forecast a 0.2 percent drop for the September quarter. On a seasonally adjusted basis, GDP slid 0.2 percent quarter-on-quarter in the three-month period to September, the same rate of contraction as in the preceding quarter. The figure was also matched with consensus estimate. In the first quarter of this year, the economy expanded 1.1 percent. Nominal GDP remained flat in the third quarter, defying economists' expectations for 0.2 percent decline. In the second quarter, the economy grew 0.2 percent.

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