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UK Retail sales rose by 0.9% in January on a seasonally adjusted basis, after a 0.5% decline in December, UK's Office for National Statistics (ONS) said today. This was the largest rise since March and stronger than expected growth of 0.7%.
Australia's unemployment rate rose unexpectedly in January despite a rise in full-time employment as more people look for work.
An outbreak of coronavirus in South Korea on Thursday raised concerns about the global spread of the disease, with research suggesting it is more contagious than thought and two elderly passengers from a cruise ship died in quarantine in Japan.
The number of foreign visitors to Japan declined during January for the fourth consecutive month, as a result of the impact of the South Korean boycott, in addition to the sharp declines expected
Japan’s machinery orders tumbled with the fastest pace since 2018, while exports fall to its 14th straight month of decline, as the third-largest economy effected by the Coronavirus outbreak and
Gold prices rose strongly after US imposed sanctions on the trading unit of the Russian state-controlled oil company Rosneft for helping Venezuela to avoid its oil embargo.
The government will not change the date of the budget, and it’ll go ahead as previously scheduled on 11 March, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced.
UK average weekly earnings reached its highest levels since before financial crisis, weekly salary reached 512 sterling pounds in the three months to Dec. and
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