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23217Turkish Unemployment Rate Steady at 10.7% in July10/16/2017 7:18:21 AM"Turkish jobless rate stood at 10.7 percent in July 2017, unchanged from the corresponding month a year earlier."TurkeyUnemployment RateTUUNR/turkey/unemployment-rate
23215Indonesia Trade Surplus Largest in Near 6 Years10/16/2017 6:50:28 AM"Indonesia posted a trade surplus 1.76 billion in September of 2017, compared to a 1.28 USD billion of surplus a year earlier and above market estimates of a 1.18 USD billion surplus. It was the largest surplus in trade balance since November 2011, supported by robust exports."IndonesiaBalance Of TradeIDBALTOL/indonesia/balance-of-trade
23214China Inflation Rate Slows to 1.6% in September10/16/2017 2:22:17 AM"China's consumer prices rose 1.6 percent year-on-year in September of 2017, following a 1.8 percent rise in August and in line with market consensus. The slowdown was mainly due to falling cost of food while cost of non-food continued to rise."ChinaInflation RateCNCPIYOY/china/inflation-cpi
23213Week Ahead10/13/2017 4:39:53 PM"In the US, housing data will take center stage with existing home sales, building permits and housing starts likely showing the impact from recent hurricanes. In China, the focus will be on China's National Party Congress and GDP growth, inflation, industrial production and retail trade figures. Investors will also be waiting for: UK retail sales, inflation, unemployment and wages; Eurozone inflation and trade balance; Australia employment data and results of general election in Japan."Country ListCalendar/calendar?article=23213&g=top&importance=2&startdate=2017-10-13
23212US Consumer Sentiment Jumps to Near 14-Year High10/13/2017 4:30:37 PM"The University of Michigan's consumer sentiment for the United States rose to 101.1 in October 2017 from 95.1 in September, way above market expectations of 95. It was the highest level since January 2004."United StatesConsumer ConfidenceCONCCONF/united-states/consumer-confidence
23211US Inflation Rate Rises to 5-Month High on Energy Prices10/13/2017 1:07:22 PM"US consumer prices increased 2.2 percent year-on-year in September 2017, missing market expectations of 2.3 percent and following a 1.9 percent gain in the previous month. Still it was the highest inflation rate since April, as hurricane-related production disruptions at oil refineries in the Gulf Coast area boosted energy prices."United StatesInflation RateCPI YOY/united-states/inflation-cpi
23210US Retail Sales Rise the Most Since 201510/13/2017 12:58:16 PM"Retail sales in the US rose 1.6 percent month-over-month in September of 2017, slightly below market expectations of a 1.7 percent but following a revised 0.1 percent fall in August. It is the biggest gain since March 2015 as motor vehicles sales recovered after hurricanes and higher prices boosted receipts at gasoline stations"United StatesRetail Sales MomRSTAMOM/united-states/retail-sales
23208German September Inflation Rate Confirmed at 1.8%10/13/2017 10:38:52 AM"German consumer prices rose by 1.8 percent year-on-year in September 2017, the same pace as in August and in line with the preliminary estimate. Service price inflation was unchanged from the previous month while cost of energy and food rose at a faster pace."GermanyInflation RateGRBC20YY/germany/inflation-cpi
23205China September Trade Surplus Smallest in 6 Months10/13/2017 9:34:06 AM"China's trade surplus fell sharply to USD 28.47 billion in September of 2017 from USD 40.94 billion in the same month a year earlier and below market consensus of USD 39.50 billion. It was the smallest trade surplus since March, as imports jumped."ChinaBalance Of TradeCNFRBALD/china/balance-of-trade
23209Italy Inflation Rate Confirmed at 1.1% in September10/13/2017 8:58:05 AM"Italy's consumer prices increased 1.1 percent year-on-year in September of 2017, compared to 1.2 percent rise in the previous month and matching preliminary estimates. Prices rose at a softer pace for both transport and housing."ItalyInflation RateITCPNICY/italy/inflation-cpi