Hong Kong Trade Deficit Widens In May

Hong Kong’s foreign trade gap widened in May from a year ago, as imports grew faster than exports, data from the Census and Statistics Department showed Tuesday. The trade deficit rose to HK$43.2 billion in May from HK$35.6 billion in the corresponding month last year. However, the shortfall declined from ...

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UK Mortgage Approvals At 4-Month High

UK mortgage approvals increased to a four-month high in May, data from UK Finance showed Tuesday. The number of mortgage approvals increased to 39,244 in May from 38,327 in April. This was the highest since January and above the expected level of 38,250. Gross mortgage lending for the total market ...

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Sweden PPI Inflation At 1-Year High

Sweden’s producer price inflation accelerated further in May to the highest level in twelve months, figures from Statistics Sweden showed Thursday. Producer prices climbed 6.3 percent year-over-year May, faster than April’s 4.9 percent increase. The measure has been rising since October 2016. Moreover, this was the highest PPI inflation since ...

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Malta PPI Inflation Eases In May

Malta’s producer price inflation eased for the first time in four months in May, data from the National Statistics Office reported Tuesday. Producer prices climbed 5.6 percent year-over-year in May, slower than the 6.7 percent rise in April. The overall PPI Inflation in May was mainly driven by a 15.7 ...

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