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17.02.2018
02:24 PM


BRAZIL: Ibovespa Closes Slightly Higher With Expiring Options, Foreign Scene

Ibovespa, the benchmark stock index in Brazil, closed slightly higher (+0.28%) at 84,524.58 points Friday after showing volatility throughout the trading session ahead of the expiration of stock options on Monday, while investors still monitor the U.S. stock markets.

In the domestic scene, the market still awaits a definition of the government on the pension reform bill. In the week, even with the Carnival holiday, the Ibovespa accumulated 4.48%.

According to Carlos Alberto Bifulco, a partner at Bifulco Associados, the next few days of expiring options expiration "are always days of volatility," and we must await news after this week's U.S. indicators have calmed the market against the fear of more aggressive rate hikes in the country.

According to H. Commcor operations manager Ari Santos, pension reform also has some potential to bring volatility in the next few days if the market fears further declines in Brazil's rating if it is not approved. However, he points out that it is still necessary to keep up with North American data.

Meanwhile, the locally traded U.S. dollar closed down by 0.37%, quoted at R$ 3.224, influenced by a more favorable external environment regarding risky assets. Emerging currencies were favored by the positive flow of resources that contributed to the appreciation of oil prices abroad.


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17.02.2018
01:58 PM


ARGENTINA: Merval Rises Again, Ends The Week 8.6% Higher

Merval, the main index of the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange, closed 2.23% higher at 32,738.76 points Friday. Despite the shortened week, the index gained 8.60% at the beginning of the financial results season.

"For the third consecutive day the leading shares closed positive, in a week of great rebound for the local equity segment, which had been severely hit by the previous week," said Eduardo Fern?ndez, an analyst at Rava Burs?til.

On the business side, Banco Hipotecario (+5.01%) reported a net result for the fourth quarter of 2017 of 482.2 million pesos, compared to a 136.4 million profit in the same quarter of 2016.

Meanwhile, the credit to the Argentinean private sector rose by 22% in 2017, marking the highest annual growth in a decade, reported the South American country's central bank. As a result, Banco Franc?s (+2.15%), Banco Galicia (+0.97%), and Supervielle (+0.74%) also rose.

The locally traded U.S. dollar ended the week 0.50% higher, quoted at 19.76 Argentinean pesos. For Monday, a low trading volume is expected in the local market due to a holiday in the United States.


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17.02.2018
01:42 PM


BRAZIL: Service Sector Revenue Rises 1.3% In December On A Monthly Basis

The Brazilian service sector revenue rose for the second consecutive month in December, by 1.3 % compared to November, said the country's statistics office. On an annual basis, there was a 0.5% increase, interrupting 32 consecutive falls on year.

However, Brazilian service sector revenue also decreased in 2017 as a whole, by 2.8%. Data is adjusted for inflation.

By activity, three of the five service sector segments - professional, administrative and complementary services (+0.6%) auxiliary transport and mail services (+2.3%) saw a positive change in revenue in December on a monthly basis.

Services provided to families, however, had a negative performance (-0.9%), as well as information and communication services (-0.3%). The special aggregate of tourist activities rose 2.8%.

In an annual comparison, revenue rose in two of five segments: information and communication services (+2.3%) and transport, services auxiliary to transport and mail (+4.8%). Meanwhile, there was a decrease in services provided to families (-3.7%).


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16.02.2018
09:13 PM


TEMER: Intervention In Rio Will End When Reform Is Ready To Be Voted

The military intervention in Rio de Janeiro state's security system will cease when pension reform is ready to be voted on, said Brazilian President Michel Temer in signing the decree on the issue.

"There is a metastasis [violence] that spreads throughout the country and threatens the tranquility of our people, so we have just enacted federal intervention in the public area of Rio de Janeiro," he said. "I take this extreme measure because circumstances so require. Our prisons will no longer be offices of thugs."

The intervener appointed by Temer, general Braga Netto, refused to advance the measures that should be taken in Rio de Janeiro.

"Our mission is to strengthen the security system in Rio de Janeiro," he said.

Defense Minister Raul Jungmann said the general would have time to conduct an analysis and "take whatever operational and strategic measures he deems effective."

"When the House, the Senate and parties' speakers in Congress say they are ready to, President Temer will revoke the decree and enact a guarantee of law and order," Jungmann said.

Earlier, the speaker of the House of Representatives, Rodrigo Maia, reported that the House floor would vote next week on the federal intervention in public safety in Rio de Janeiro and affirmed that the deadline for voting on the pension reform bill remains February.

However, the vote could be postponed, once the Brazilian Constitution states that, in the cases of federal intervention, state of defense or state of siege, there can be no discussions on constitutional amendments.


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16.02.2018
08:52 PM


MADURO: If Opposition Does Not Register, There Will Still Be Election

Venezuelan President Nicol?s Maduro warned that if the opposition to his administration does not register for the presidential election on April 22, there will be elections anyway, and a winner will be elected legitimately.

"If the opposition does not register, what will happen in Venezuela? There will be elections, and there will be a legitimately elected president who will lead the country until 2025," Maduro said, quoted by the state-owned Venezuelan News Agency.

Last week, Venezuela's Electoral Council (CNE) chairwoman, Tibisay Lucena, announced that the presidential elections in the country would be held on April 22.

The announcement came amid a climate of disagreement between the government and the opposition over the elections. While the government signed a pre-agreement, and that included holding elections in the next few months, the opposition dodged to sign the pact.

Instead, the opposition demanded, among other things, that the government lift the political disqualifications to the two-time presidential candidate Henrique Capriles and Leopoldo L?pez, opposition leader under house arrest, and that the Democratic Unity Roundtable (MUD), which was created as a loose coalition of opposition parties, be recognized as a party.

A few months ago, the anticipation of the presidential election was among the main demands of the Venezuelan opposition to Maduro's administration.


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16.02.2018
08:41 PM


ARGENTINA: Credit To The Private Sector Grew 22% In 2017

The credit to the Argentinean private sector rose by 22% in 2017, adjusted by inflation, marking the highest annual growth in a decade, reported the South American country's central bank.

In 2017, loans to families increased 22.6% in real terms, while those channeled to companies expanded 20.8%, in both cases over the previous year.

On a monthly basis, financing to the private sector in December 2017 increased 2.5% over November, said the Argentinean monetary authority.

According to the central bank, loans to the private sector reached 14.3% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at the end of 2017, growing 2.4 percentage points (pp) compared to the previous year, recording the highest ratio in 16 years.

The report highlights that throughout 2017 the accumulated earnings of the financial system were equivalent to 3% of assets (ROA), or 25.8% of net worth (ROE), both at the lowest level in five years.


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16.02.2018
08:15 PM


Treasuries Extend Recovery With Modestly Higher Close

Following the rebound seen over the course of the previous sessions, treasuries saw some further upside during trading on Friday.

Bond prices moved higher in morning trading but gave back some ground in the afternoon. Subsequently, the yield on the benchmark ten-year note, which moves opposite of its price, edged down by 1.4 basis points to 2.877 percent.

With the modest decrease on the day, the ten-year yield pulled back further off the four-year closing high set on Wednesday.

The continued recovery by treasuries came as traders once again shrugged off further indications of rising inflation, with a report from the Labor Department showing import prices jumped by more than expected in the month of January.

The Labor Department said import prices surged up by 1.0 percent in January after edging up by a revised 0.2 percent in December.

Economists had expected import prices to climb by 0.6 percent compared to the 0.1 percent uptick originally reported for the previous month.

The report also said export prices increased by 0.8 percent in January after inching up by a revised 0.1 percent in December.

Export prices had been expected to rise by 0.3 percent compared to the 0.1 percent drop originally reported for the previous month.

A separate report from the Commerce Department showed a much bigger than expected rebound in new residential construction in January.

The Commerce Department said housing starts soared by 9.7 percent to an annual rate of 1.326 million in January after tumbling by 6.9 percent to a revised 1.209 million in December.

Economists had expected housing starts to climb by 3.5 percent to an annual rate of 1.234 million from the 1.192 million originally reported for the previous month.

Building permits, an indicator of future housing demand, also surged up by 7.4 percent to an annual rate of 1.396 million in January from the revised December rate of 1.300 million.

The University of Michigan also released a report unexpectedly showing a significant improvement in consumer sentiment in the month of February.

The preliminary reading on the consumer sentiment index for February came in at 99.9, up from the final January reading of 95.7. Economists had expected the index to edge down to 95.5.

"Consumer sentiment rose in early February to its second highest level since 2004 despite lower and much more volatile stock prices," said Richard Curtin, the survey's chief economist.

Curtin said stock market gyrations were overshadowed by rising incomes, employment growth, and net favorable perceptions of tax reform.

Following the long, holiday weekend, next week's trading may be impacted by reaction to reports on existing home sales and weekly jobless claims as well as the minutes of the latest Federal Reserve meeting.

Bond traders are also likely to keep an eye on the results of the Treasury Department's auctions of two-year, five-year, and seven-year notes.

The Treasury is due to sell $28 billion worth of two-year notes next Tuesday, $35 billion worth of five-year notes next Wednesday and $29 billion worth of seven-year notes next Thursday.


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16.02.2018
07:50 PM


Dollar Rising On Encouraging Economic Data

The dollar is gaining ground against all of its major rivals Friday afternoon. Encouraging housing starts, building permits and import prices reports underscored expectations that the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates in March.

Import prices in the U.S. jumped by more than expected in the month of January, according to a report released by the Labor Department on Friday, while export price growth also exceeded estimates. The Labor Department said import prices surged up by 1.0 percent in January after edging up by a revised 0.2 percent in December.

Economists had expected import prices to climb by 0.6 percent compared to the 0.1 percent uptick originally reported for the previous month.

The report also said export prices increased by 0.8 percent in January after inching up by a revised 0.1 percent in December. Export prices had been expected to rise by 0.3 percent compared to the 0.1 percent drop originally reported for the previous month.

After reporting a steep drop in new residential construction in the previous month, the Commerce Department released a report on Friday showing housing starts in the U.S. rebounded by much more than anticipated in the month of January.

The Commerce Department said housing starts soared by 9.7 percent to an annual rate of 1.326 million in January after tumbling by 6.9 percent to a revised 1.209 million in December. Economists had expected housing starts to climb by 3.5 percent to an annual rate of 1.234 million from the 1.192 million originally reported for the previous month.

Building permits, an indicator of future housing demand, also surged up by 7.4 percent to an annual rate of 1.396 million in January from the revised December rate of 1.300 million.

Despite recent volatility on Wall Street, the University of Michigan released a report on Friday unexpectedly showing a significant improvement in U.S. consumer sentiment in the month of February. The preliminary reading on the consumer sentiment index for February came in at 99.9, up from the final January reading of 95.7. Economists had expected the index to edge down to 95.5.

The dollar fell to low of $1.2553 against the Euro Friday morning, but has since rebounded to around $1.2415.

Germany's wholesale price inflation accelerated slightly in January, after easing in the previous three months, data from Destatis showed Friday. Wholesale prices climbed 2.0 percent year-over-year in January, faster than the 1.8 percent rise in December.

The buck slipped to an early low of $1.4144 against the pound sterling Friday, but has since bounced back to around $1.4015.

UK retail sales grew less than expected in January as high inflation squeezed consumer spending, figures from the Office for National Statistics revealed Friday. Retail sales rose 0.1 percent month-on-month in January, reversing a 1.4 percent drop in December. Nonetheless, this was slower than the expected 0.5 percent rise.

The greenback dipped to a low of Y105.541 against the Japanese Yen Friday morning, but has since risen to around Y106.260.


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16.02.2018
07:49 PM


Crude Oil Jumps 4.2% This Week, Rig Count Rises

Crude oil futures rose Friday, even as the U.S. oil rig count jumped for a fourth straight week.

Baker Hughes said U.S. drillers added 16 rigs to bring the count to 798. The U.S. shale book has offset OPEC's supply quota plan that was intended to end the global oil surplus.

Crude oil prices have snapped back this week along with U.S. stocks. The DJIA is on track for its sixth straight day of gains, clawing back from the recent correction.

West Texas Intermediate crude for March delivery rose 34 cents, or 0.6%, to end at $61.68 a barrel. For the week, prices rose 4.2% and moved back toward January's 4-year highs.

Traders considered a report from the University of Michigan showing significant improvement in U.S. consumer sentiment inFebruary.

The preliminary reading on the consumer sentiment index for February came in at 99.9, up from the final January reading of 95.7. Economists had expected the index to edge down to 95.5.

"Consumer sentiment rose in early February to its second highest level since 2004 despite lower and much more volatile stock prices," said Richard Curtin, the survey's chief economist.


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16.02.2018
06:55 PM


Gold Is Back In Style, Settles Above $1350

Gold prices inched higher Friday, extending weekly gains amid expectations the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates only three times this year.

Markets feared the Fed would raise interest rates four times, but a downbeat retail sales report is likely to give policymakers some reason for concern.

April gold added 90 cents, or less than 0.1%, to settle at $1,356.30/oz. It was the best weekly gain since 2016.

Traders considered a report from the University of Michigan showing significant improvement in U.S. consumer sentiment inFebruary.

The preliminary reading on the consumer sentiment index for February came in at 99.9, up from the final January reading of 95.7. Economists had expected the index to edge down to 95.5.

"Consumer sentiment rose in early February to its second highest level since 2004 despite lower and much more volatile stock prices," said Richard Curtin, the survey's chief economist.


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16.02.2018
03:17 PM


U.S. Consumer Sentiment Unexpectedly Shows Significant Improvement In February

Despite recent volatility on Wall Street, the University of Michigan released a report on Friday unexpectedly showing a significant improvement in U.S. consumer sentiment in the month of February.

The preliminary reading on the consumer sentiment index for February came in at 99.9, up from the final January reading of 95.7. Economists had expected the index to edge down to 95.5.

"Consumer sentiment rose in early February to its second highest level since 2004 despite lower and much more volatile stock prices," said Richard Curtin, the survey's chief economist.

Curtin said stock market gyrations were overshadowed by rising incomes, employment growth, and net favorable perceptions of tax reform.

The report said the current economic conditions index climbed to 115.1 in February from 110.5 in January, while the index of consumer expectations rose to 90.2 from 86.3.

On the inflation front, one-year inflation expectations remained at 2.7 percent for the third straight month, while five-year inflation expectations held at 2.5 percent.


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16.02.2018
03:00 PM


*U.S. Consumer Sentiment Index Jumps To 99.9 In February

U.S. Consumer Sentiment Index Jumps To 99.9 In February


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16.02.2018
02:38 PM


U.S. Dollar Strengthens After Solid Economic Reports

The U.S. dollar strengthened against its major counterparts in the European session on Friday, as encouraging U.S. reports on housing starts, building permits and import prices for January underscored expectations that the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates in March.

Data from the Commerce Department showed that U.S. housing starts rebounded much more than anticipated in the month of January.

The Commerce Department said housing starts soared by 9.7 percent to an annual rate of 1.326 million in January after tumbling by 6.9 percent to a revised 1.209 million in December.

Economists had expected housing starts to climb by 3.5 percent to an annual rate of 1.234 million.

Building permits, an indicator of future housing demand, also surged up by 7.4 percent to an annual rate of 1.396 million in January from the revised December rate of 1.300 million.

The Labor Department report showed that U.S. import prices jumped more than expected January, while export price growth also exceeded estimates.

The Labor Department said import prices surged up by 1.0 percent in January after edging up by a revised 0.2 percent in December.

Economists had expected import prices to climb by 0.6 percent.

The report also said export prices increased by 0.8 percent in January after inching up by a revised 0.1 percent in December.

Export prices had been expected to rise by 0.3 percent.

The currency was trading in a negative territory in the Asian session.

The greenback advanced to 0.7924 against the aussie, 0.7386 against the kiwi and 1.2532 against the loonie, reversing from its early 2-week low of 0.7988, 6-1/2-month low of 0.7437 and an 11-day low of 1.2451, respectively. The next possible resistance for the greenback is seen around 0.77 against the aussie, 0.72 against the kiwi and 1.28 against the loonie.

The greenback firmed to 0.9249 against the franc, from near a 3-year low of 0.9188 hit at 4:30 am ET. On the upside, 0.95 is likely seen as the next resistance for the greenback.

The greenback rose to 1.4005 against the pound, after having fallen to an 11-day low of 1.4145 at 11:45 pm ET. The greenback is seen finding resistance around the 1.38 level.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics revealed that UK retail sales grew less than expected in January.

Retail sales rose 0.1 percent month-on-month in January, reversing a 1.4 percent drop in December. Economists had forecast a 0.5 percent rise.

The greenback hit a 2-day high of 1.2430 against the euro, off its early more than a 3-year low of 1.2555. Further uptrend for the greenback is likely to see it finding resistance around the 1.23 mark.

Data from Destatis showed that Germany's wholesale price inflation accelerated slightly in January, after easing in the previous three months.

Wholesale prices climbed 2.0 percent year-over-year in January, faster than the 1.8 percent rise in December.

The greenback was trading in a positive territory against the yen with the pair trading at 106.23. This may be compared to a 15-1/2-month low of 105.55 hit at 11:15 pm ET. If the greenback extends rise, 108.00 is seen as its next resistance level.

The University of Michigan's preliminary consumer sentiment for February is due at 10:00 am ET.


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16.02.2018
02:32 PM


U.S. Housing Starts Rebound Much More Than Expected In January

After reporting a steep drop in new residential construction in the previous month, the Commerce Department released a report on Friday showing housing starts in the U.S. rebounded by much more than anticipated in the month of January.

The Commerce Department said housing starts soared by 9.7 percent to an annual rate of 1.326 million in January after tumbling by 6.9 percent to a revised 1.209 million in December.

Economists had expected housing starts to climb by 3.5 percent to an annual rate of 1.234 million from the 1.192 million originally reported for the previous month.

With the much bigger than expected rebound, housing starts reached their highest annual rate since hitting 1.328 million in October of 2016.

The jump in new residential construction was partly due to a spike in multi-family starts, which shot up by 23.7 percent to an annual rate of 449,000.

Single-family starts also climbed by 3.7 percent to a rate of 877,000 in January after plunging by 10.6 percent to a rate of 846,000 in December.

Building permits, an indicator of future housing demand, also surged up by 7.4 percent to an annual rate of 1.396 million in January from the revised December rate of 1.300 million.

The jump surprised economists, who had expected building permits to edge down to a rate of 1.300 million from the 1.302 million originally reported for the previous month.

With the unexpected increase, building permits reached their highest annual rate since hitting 1.407 million in June of 2007.

Multi-family permits surged up by 26.5 percent to a rate of 530,000, more than offsetting a 1.7 percent drop in single-family permits to a rate of 866,000.

Compared to the same month a year ago, housing starts in January were up by 7.3 percent, while building permits were up by 7.4 percent.

On Thursday, the National Association of Home Builders released a separate report showing homebuilder confidence remained at a healthy level in the month of February.

The report said the NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index came in at 72 in February, unchanged from January and in line with economist estimates.


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16.02.2018
02:11 PM


U.S. Import Prices Jump More Than Expected In January

Import prices in the U.S. jumped by more than expected in the month of January, according to a report released by the Labor Department on Friday, while export price growth also exceeded estimates.

The Labor Department said import prices surged up by 1.0 percent in January after edging up by a revised 0.2 percent in December.

Economists had expected import prices to climb by 0.6 percent compared to the 0.1 percent uptick originally reported for the previous month.

The bigger than expected increase in import prices was partly due to another spike in prices for fuel imports, which shot up by 4.7 percent in January after jumping by 2.9 percent in December.

Excluding prices for fuel imports, import prices rose by 0.4 percent in January after edging down by 0.1 percent in December.

Higher prices for non-fuel industrial supplies and materials, automotive vehicles, foods, feeds, and beverages, and capital goods all contributed to the rebound.

The report also said export prices increased by 0.8 percent in January after inching up by a revised 0.1 percent in December.

Export prices had been expected to rise by 0.3 percent compared to the 0.1 percent drop originally reported for the previous month.

The stronger than expected export price growth came as rising prices for non-agricultural exports more than offset a slight drop in prices for agricultural exports.

The Labor Department said prices for non-agricultural exports advanced by 0.9 percent in January after ticking up by 0.1 percent in December.

Prices for non-agricultural industrial supplies and materials, capital goods, automotive vehicles, and consumer goods all rose during the month.

On the other hand, the report said prices for agricultural exports edged down by 0.1 percent in January after dipping by 0.3 percent in December.

The continued decrease in prices for agricultural exports was driven by a 5.8 percent slump in soybean and other oilseeds prices.

Compared to the same month a year ago, import prices were up by 3.6 percent in January, while export prices were up by 3.4 percent.


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16.02.2018
01:49 PM


*U.S. Dollar Climbs To 0.9249 Against Franc

U.S. Dollar Climbs To 0.9249 Against Franc


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16.02.2018
01:48 PM


*U.S. Dollar Advances To 1.2450 Against Euro

U.S. Dollar Advances To 1.2450 Against Euro


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16.02.2018
01:47 PM


*U.S. Dollar Rises To 1.4025 Against Pound

U.S. Dollar Rises To 1.4025 Against Pound


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16.02.2018
01:45 PM


U.S. Import Prices Jump 1.0% In January

Import prices in the U.S. jumped by more than expected in the month of January, according to a report released by the Labor Department on Friday, while export price growth also exceeded estimates.

The Labor Department said import prices surged up by 1.0 percent in January after edging up by a revised 0.2 percent in December.

Economists had expected import prices to climb by 0.6 percent compared to the 0.1 percent uptick originally reported for the previous month.

The report also said export prices increased by 0.8 percent in January after inching up by a revised 0.1 percent in December.

Export prices had been expected to rise by 0.3 percent compared to the 0.1 percent drop originally reported for the previous month.


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16.02.2018
01:39 PM


U.S. Housing Starts Surge Up 9.7% In January

After reporting a steep drop in new residential construction in the previous month, the Commerce Department released a report on Friday showing housing starts in the U.S. rebounded by much more than anticipated in the month of January.

The Commerce Department said housing starts soared by 9.7 percent to an annual rate of 1.326 million in January after tumbling by 6.9 percent to a revised 1.209 million in December.

Economists had expected housing starts to climb by 3.5 percent to an annual rate of 1.234 million from the 1.192 million originally reported for the previous month.

Building permits, an indicator of future housing demand, also surged up by 7.4 percent to an annual rate of 1.396 million in January from the revised December rate of 1.300 million.


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16.02.2018
01:33 PM


Dollar Little Changed After U.S. Economic Reports

Following the release of U.S. housing starts, building permits and import price index for January at 8:30 am ET Friday, the greenback changed little against its major rivals.

The greenback was trading at 106.23 against the yen, 0.9242 against the franc, 1.2458 against the euro and 1.4030 against the pound around 8:32 am ET.


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16.02.2018
01:32 PM


*Canadian Manufacturing Sales Declined 0.3% In December

Canadian Manufacturing Sales Declined 0.3% In December


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16.02.2018
01:32 PM


*U.S. Import Prices Jump 1.0% In January, Export Prices Climb 0.8%

U.S. Import Prices Jump 1.0% In January, Export Prices Climb 0.8%


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16.02.2018
01:31 PM


*U.S. Housing Starts Surge Up 9.7% In January, Building Permits Jump 7.4%

U.S. Housing Starts Surge Up 9.7% In January, Building Permits Jump 7.4%


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16.02.2018
01:26 PM


Dollar Advances Ahead Of U.S. Economic Reports

At 8:30 am ET Friday, U.S. housing starts, building permits and import price index for January are due. Ahead of these data, the greenback climbed against its major rivals.

The greenback was worth 106.20 against the yen, 0.9240 against the franc, 1.2467 against the euro and 1.4038 against the pound as of 8:25 am ET.


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