China's retail sales to 10.9%

China's RS higher to 10.9%

China

  • China's retail sales climbed from 10.8% to 10.9%. The economists estimated declination to 10.7%

China's IP lower to 6.0%

  • The Chinese industrial production dropped from 6.2% to 6.0%. The analysts predicted the nation's IP to fall to 6.1%
  • China's GDP escalated from 6.7% to 6.8%, whereas the forecasts stated for stabilization at 6.7%
  • The nation's fixed asset investment dropped from 8.3% to 8.1%. The analysts and the economists estimated stability at 8.3%

Germany

  • Germany's producer price inflation climbed from 0.3% to 0.4%. The economists predicted that the PPI would rise 0.4%

Gold

  • In the New York Mercantile Exchange on the Comex division, gold for February delivery traded at $1,206.15, rising 0.40%
  • Copper futures traded to $2.595 a pound, dropping 0.59%, and silver futures traded at $16.998 a troy ounce, declining 0.02%

U.S. dollar

  • Janet Yellen's monetary policy comments forced the U.S. dollar lower. The U.S. dollar index traded at 100.89, falling 0.21%

Australian and U.S. dollar

  • The AUD/USD pair traded 0.29% higher at 0.7583, whereas the USD/JPY dropped 0.26% to 114.56

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