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Key Events In Developed Markets Next Week - Friday, Feb. 22
Will UK MPs finally be happy with May's Brexit negotiations? Unlikely, but we're keeping a close eye out for the Cooper-Boles amendment in case it re-emerges as an alternative.
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Taiwan: Export Orders Shrink And The Outlook Is Worrying
Taiwan's export orders continue to shrink. And it's not because of the trade conflict. A lack of creativity in new smart device models suggests the outlook for exports won't get better anytime soon.
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Poland: Weaker Investment May Hit GDP Growth This Year
Retail sales were close to expectations in January but construction output remained soft.
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Eurozone PMI: Early Signs Of An Economy Pulling Through
Evidence of a decent February for the Eurozone is mounting as the PMI increases from 51 to 51.4.
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Indonesia: Central Bank Keeps Rates Unchanged At 6%
Bank Indonesia left its key policy rate at 6%, looking to macroprudential measures to bolster the economy.
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Eurozone Consumer Confidence Rises In February
After the declines in 2018, consumer confidence has perked up in January and February. The February increase of 0.5 points to -7.4 justifies some cautious optimism about the state of the Eurozone economic slump.
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