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Global Economic Update

11:47, 24 มกราคม

Global Economic Update

  • In  the  UK,  the  public-sector  net  borrowing  posted  a  less-than-anticipated deficit of GBP 1.00 billion in December, compared to a revised deficit of GBP 6.60 billion in November. The public-sector  net  borrowing  (excluding  temporary  effects  of  financial interventions)  posted  a  less-than-expected  deficit  of  GBP  2.60 billion in December, compared to a revised deficit of GBP 8.30 billion  in  the  previous  month.  The  balance  of  firms  reporting total order book above normal fell more-than-expected to 14.00 in January, compared to a level of 17.00 in the previous month.
  • In the Eurozone, the flash consumer confidence index advanced higher-than-anticipated to 1.30 in January, compared to a level of 0.50 in December. The economic sentiment index recorded surged to 31.80 in January, compared to a level of 29.00 in the prior month.
  • In Germany, the economic sentiment index climbed more-than-anticipated  to  20.40  in  January,  compared  to  a  reading  of 17.40 in December. The current situation index rose to 95.20 in January, compared to a level of 89.30 in the prior month.
  • In  the  US,  the  Richmond  Fed  manufacturing  index  eased  to 14.00 in January, compared to a level of 20.00 in the previous month.
  • In Japan, the preliminary manufacturing PMI advanced to 54.40 in January, compared to a level of 54.00 in the prior month. The merchandise (total) trade surplus widened to Yen 359.00 billion in December, compared to a merchandise (total) trade surplus of Yen 113.40 billion in the previous month. Imports rose higher-than-anticipated  14.90%  on  a  YoY  basis  in  December, compared  to  a  rise  of  17.20%  in  the  last  month.  Exports advanced  9.30%  on  a  YoY  basis  in  December,  compared  to  a climb of 16.20% in November.
  • In Australia, the Westpac leading index surged 0.27% on a MoM basis  in  December,  compared  to  an  increase  of  0.05%  in  the last month.