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    Europe Car Registrations Increase Sharply N August

    European new car registrations increased significantly in August, after two successive months of declines, despite the intensified debt crisis and fiscal squeeze across the region.
    Car registrations rose 7.7 percent year-on-year in August following a 2 percent decline in July, the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA) said Friday. In June, registrations fell 8.1 percent.
    During the January to August period, a total of 8.9 million new cars were registered, down 1.3 percent from the same period last year.
    In August, new EU registrations totaled 753,709. New car sales in Germany climbed 18.3 percent annually, while sales in the UK rose 7.3 percent. Spain saw 5.9 percent more registrations than last year, while French market reported 3.1 percent rise in sales. Italian new car registrations rose 1.5 annually.
    In July, only Germany posted growth, up 9.9 percent from last year. Car registrations fell 10.3 percent in Italy, 5.7 percent in France 4 percent in Spain and 3.5 percent in the U.K.

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    Euro Falls On Worsening Sovereign Debt Crisis

    The euro fell against its major counterparts in the Asian session on Monday amid concerns about debt worries in the euro zone following a lack of progress in the bailout efforts.
    The European finance ministers, who wrapped up two days of talks in Wroclaw, Poland, on September 17 said they would push back a decision on whether Greece should get its next payment from last year's $151 billion bailout package until next month.
    Greece needs the payment to avoid defaulting on its debt, an event that would undermine the global economic recovery and hurt banks that hold Greek debt.
    The euro also fell on worries that the ongoing credit woes in the euro zone will result in a marked slowdown in the global economic recovery.
    Reports suggested that Greek Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos will hold official talks today with European Union and International Monetary Fund inspectors on its eligibility for next aid payment due next month.
    The euro hit 5-day lows of 104.99 against the yen and 1.3649 against the greenback, compared to Friday's close of 105.91 and 1.3789, respectively. The next downside target level for the euro is seen at 104.00 against the yen and 1.35 against the greenback
    Against the pound, the euro fell to a 5-day low of 0.8694 and the pair held steady thereafter. The pair is now trading at 0.8706, compared to last week's close of 0.8736. If the euro drops further, it may target the 0.865 level.
    The European currency fell to as low as 1.2058 against the franc and a 1-week low of 1.6531 against the kiwi. On the downside, the euro may target 1.20 against the franc and 1.64 against the NZ dollar. At Friday's close, the euro was worth 1.2095 against the franc and 1.6641 against the kiwi.
    The Eurozone construction output data for July is due in the European session
    From the U.S., NAHB housing market index for September is expected in the New York session.


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    German Producer Price Inflation Eases In August

    German producer price inflation slowed in August, data from the Federal Statistical Office showed Friday.
    Producer prices increased 5.5 percent year-on-year in August, while economists expected the rate of inflation to remain steady at July's 5.8 percent. On a monthly basis, the producer price index fell 0.3 percent compared to expectations for no change.
    The annual increase was driven by 10.7 percent annual surge in producer prices of energy. Excluding energy, producer prices were 3.3 percent higher than in August last year.
    Producer cost of intermediate goods climbed 4.9 percent year-on-year due to higher prices of metals. Factory costs of consumer goods increased 3.7 percent from August last year.
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    European Economics Preview: BoE Minutes, UK PSNB Due

    Minutes from the Bank of England's September 8 meeting and UK public sector borrowing are the major news on tap for Wednesday.
    At 3 am ET, money supply data from Switzerland and retail sales figures from Hungary are due. Swiss broad money supply grew 5.9 percent year-on-year in July. For Hungary, economists expects 1.3 percent decline in retail sales in July.
    Noway unemployment data is expected to be released at 4 am ET. The jobless rate is forecast to stay at 3.3 percent.
    At 4.30 am ET, the Bank of England is scheduled to release the minutes of the September 8 meeting of the monetary policy committee, which decided to leave the benchmark interest rate at record low of 0.5 percent. Economists are awaiting the release to know if any other members joined Adam Posen in seeking expansion in the QE.
    The Office for National Statistics is slated to release the public sector net borrowing figures for the month of August. Economists forecast the borrowing, excluding interventions, to amount to GBP 13 billion during the month.

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    BoE's Posen: Central Bankers' Inflation Expectation Worries Exaggerated-Report



    Bank of England policymaker Adam Posen said that the central bankers' fears over public inflation expectations are "exaggerated."

    In an interview to the Wall Street Journal, published Thursday, he said the central bankers are overly worried that that the public and markets are going to expect more inflation. "The likelihood of it happening in the current economic environment seems extremely low."

    Posen in the lone member in the Bank of England monetary policy committee demanding more stimulus to the economy.

    Old habits and misperceptions of today's recovery are making his U.K. peers and some central banks in Europe and the U.S. reluctant to aggressively pump more credit into the economy, he said during the interview.

    The U.K's above-target inflation is due to "temporary factors" and this should not prevent the central bank from easing in the future, he told the newspaper.

    Posen called for "roughly coordinated" move by major developed-country central banks to ease monetary policy.

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    WTO Cuts 2011 Trade Forecast On Rising Downside Risks

    The World Trade Organization (WTO) on Friday reduced the trade forecast for this year to 5.8 percent from its earlier 'conservative' estimate of 6.5 percent, citing rising downside risks.
    According to economists at the global trade body, trade has grown more slowly than expected in recent months and the outlook for the global economy is increasingly uncertain.
    WTO Director-General Pascal Lamy urged member countries to remain vigilant. "This is not the time for go-it-alone measures," he said. "This is the time to strengthen and preserve the global trading system so that it keeps performing this vital function in the future."

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    Eurozone Leading Index Falls In August: Conference Board

    Eurozone's leading economic indicator declined in August, after improving slightly in the previous month, data released by the Conference Board showed Monday.
    The leading economic indicator (LEI) dropped to 107.1 in August from 108.6 in July. In June, the reading was 108.5. The decline in the index was primarily due to a severe deterioration in business confidence and stock prices.
    Meanwhile, the coincident economic index (CEI), which measures the current economic condition, remained unchanged at 103.4 in August. In June, the reading was 103.1.
    In the six months ended August, the LEI decreased 1.7 percent, while the coincident index edged up 0.4 percent, the agency said.

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    S. Korean Business Confidence To Improve In October



    South Korean business confidence will improve in October, a survey carried out by the Federation of Korean Industries revealed Tuesday.

    The sentiment indicator for October came in at 101.4, the highest level since June. The index climbed from 96.3 in September. A reading above 100 suggests that companies forecasting business conditions to improve outnumber those predicting decline.

    The survey based on 600 companies revealed that firms expect improvement in export performance due to the weakness of the Korean won against the U.S. dollar.

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    Euro Mixed Ahead Of German Import Price Index

    German import price figures for August will be released at 2:00 am ET Wednesday. Ahead of the data, the euro showed mixed trading against its major counterparts. While the euro rose against the franc, it held steady against the yen. Against the greenback and the pound, the euro fell.
    At 1:55 am ET, the euro traded at 1.3554 against the greenback, 103.80 against the yen, 0.8676 against the pound and 1.2202 against the franc.

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    Europe Aug. Commercial Vehicle Sales Growth Improves: ACEA

    European new commercial vehicle sales increased at a faster pace in August, data from the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA) showed Thursday.
    New registrations of commercial vehicles moved up 15.7 percent year-on-year after rising 3 percent in July, which led to an 8.3 percent increase over the two summer months compared to the same period last year.
    From January to August, a total of 12,611,244 new commercial vehicles were registered across the region, or 12.1 percent more than in the first eight months of previous year.
    Most major markets logged growth, ranging from 6.4 percent in France to 21.1 percent in the U.K. and 23.3 percent in Germany. Spain was the only one to contract, where sales were down 6.3 percent.
    In August, new truck registrations increased by 23.5 percent, reflecting the upturn in Germany. After a 3.8 percent fall in July, new bus and coach registrations increased by 4.8 percent in August.


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