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    AUSTRALIA HOME LOANS DROP 2.9% IN OCTOBER

    The value of owner-occupied home loans issued in Australia in October was down a seasonally adjusted 2.9 percent on month, coming in at A$17.16 billion.

    That exceeded expectations for a decline of 4.5 percent following the 9.3 percent drop in September.

    On a yearly basis, home loans stumbled 17.2 percent.

    Investment lending fell 2.2 percent on month and 17/0 percent on year to A$8.62 billion.

    Overall lending shed 2.7 percent on month and 17.1 percent on year to A$25.79 billion.

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    SINGAPORE PRIVATE SECTOR SLOWS IN NOVEMBER - S&P GLOBAL

    The private sector in Singapore continued to expand in November, albeit at a slower pace, the latest survey from S&P Global revealed on Monday with a PMI score of 56.2.

    That's down from 57.7 in October, although it remains well above the boom-or-bust line of 50 that separates expansion from contraction.

    Private sector activity continued to expand at a robust pace midway into the final quarter of 2022 but saw the rate of expansion moderate from October's high. Survey respondents remarked that virus-related disruptions underpinned the slowdown. Indeed, lead times lengthened at a substantial rate in November amid reports of COVID-19 related delays and manpower constraints.

    Overall demand, including external demand, meanwhile remained a key driver behind the growth in activity but likewise saw the rate of expansion slow in November.

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    AUSTRALIA GDP CLIMBS 5.9% ON YEAR IN Q3

    Australia's gross domestic product expanded 5.9 percent on year in the third quarter of 2022, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said on Wednesday.

    That was shy of expectations for an increase of 6.2 percent and up from 3.6 percent in the three months prior.

    On a seasonally adjusted quarterly basis, GDP picked up 0.6 percent - again missing forecasts and slowing from 0.9 percent in the previous three months.

    Capital expenditure was down 0.2 percent on quarter after rising 0.2 percent in Q2, while the GDP deflator added 0.2 percent on quarter after jumping 3.3 percent in the second quarter.

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    CHINA INFLATION CLIMBS 1.6% ON YEAR IN NOVEMBER

    Consumer prices in China were up 1.6 percent on year in November, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Friday.

    That was in line with expectations and down from 2.1 percent in October.

    On a monthly basis, consumer prices fell 0.2 percent - again matching forecasts following the 0.1 percent increase in the previous month.

    The bureau also said that producer prices dropped 1.3 percent on year versus expectations for a decline of 1.4 percent after slipping 1.3 percent a month earlier.

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    JAPAN LARGE MANUFACTURERS' SENTIMENT DETERIORATES SHARPLY IN Q4

    Japan large manufacturers' sentiment deteriorated notably in the fourth quarter, the business outlook survey published by the Ministry of Finance showed on Monday. At -3.6, the business survey index of large manufacturers turned negative in the fourth quarter, down from +1.7 in the third quarter. The index is forecast to rise to +1.4 in the next quarter. Meanwhile, for large non-manufacturers, the business survey index rose to 2.7 from -0.2 in the third quarter. But the score is forecast to weaken to 1.9 in the first quarter of 2023. Consequently, the overall BSI for overall large industries stood at +0.7 versus +0.4 a quarter ago. For the coming quarter, the score is seen at 1.8.

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    FRANCE Q3 PAYROLL EMPLOYMENT RISES MORE THAN ESTIMATED

    France's payroll employment increased slightly more than initially estimated in the third quarter, latest data from the statistical office INSEE showed on Tuesday.

    Payroll employment, which includes the private and public sectors, fell 0.4 percent or 103,200 from the previous quarter. Employment had increased 0.3 percent in the second quarter and 0.4 percent in the first quarter.

    In the flash report, the rate of increase for the third quarter was 0.3 percent. Private sector payroll employment climbed 0.6 percent, or 119,100 jobs, in the third quarter compared to the second quarter, revised from a 0.4 percent rise initially estimated on November 8. On the other hand, employment in the public sector showed a decrease of 0.3 percent, or by 15,900 jobs.

    Among sectors, industrial employment gained 0.5 percent, and job creation in construction grew 0.2 percent.

    Data showed that jobs in market services rose 0.8 percent, while those in non-market services dropped 0.2 percent. The agricultural sector also witnessed a 1.0 percent decrease in jobs.

    After two consecutive quarters of decrease, temporary employment gained 1.9 percent or 18,700. In the flash estimate, the rate of increase was 2.3 percent.

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    JAPAN INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION DECLINES 3.2%

    Japan's industrial production declined more than initially estimated in October, revised data from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry said on Wednesday.

    Industrial production decreased by a seasonally adjusted 3.2 percent monthly in October, which was worse than the 2.6 percent fall estimated initially.

    Shipments fell by 1.7 percent monthly in October and the inventories declined by 0.5 percent. The inventory ratio decreased 4.5 percent.

    On a yearly basis, industrial production rose 3.0 percent in September. According to the initial estimate, the rate of growth was 3.7 percent.

    The capacity utilization grew 2.2 percent month-on-month in October and rose 6.6 percent from a year ago.

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    CHINA RETAIL SALES SINK 5.9% ON YEAR IN NOVEMBER

    The total value of retail sales in China was down 5.9 percent on year in November, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Thursday - shy of expectations for a decline of 3.7 percent following the 0.5 percent drop in October.

    The bureau also said that fixed asset investment rose an annual 5.3 percent - also missing forecasts for 5.6 percent and down from 5.8 percent in the previous month.

    Industrial production added 2.2 percent on year, missing expectations for an increase of 3.6 percent and down from 5.0 percent a month earlier.

    The November jobless rate crept up to 5.6 percent from 5.5 percent in October, while the house price index was steady at an annual -1.6 percent.

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    SINGAPORE EXPORTS FALL MORE THAN FORECAST ON WEAKER DEMAND

    Singapore's non-oil exports declined for the second straight month in November, and at a faster-than-expected pace, amid falls in both shipments of electronic and non-electronic goods, data from Enterprise Singapore showed on Friday.

    Non-oil domestic exports decreased 14.6 percent year-on-year in November, which was worse than the 6.1 percent fall in October. Economists had expected a 7.4 percent drop.

    Electronic exports plunged 20.2 percent, while non-electronic NODX dropped 12.8 percent.

    On a monthly basis, the NODX declined 9.2 percent in November, after a 4.2 percent fall in the previous month. That was also above the 3.0 percent decrease expected by economists.

    In November, non-oil domestic exports to the top 10 markets as a whole decreased, primarily as a result of China, Hong Kong, and Malaysia, while those to the EU 27, Japan, and the US increased.

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    EUROPEAN ECONOMICS NEWS PREVIEW: UK REVISED GDP DATA DUE

    Quarterly national accounts data from the UK is the top economic news due on Thursday.

    At 2.00 am ET, the Office for National Statistics releases UK final GDP data for the third quarter. The preliminary estimates showed that the economy contracted 0.2 percent sequentially, offsetting the 0.2 percent increase a quarter ago. The statistical office is set to confirm the preliminary estimate.

    In the meantime, Statistics Sweden is set to publish producer prices and retail sales for November. Sales had decreased 1.3 percent on month in October.

    At 3.00 am ET, final foreign trade data is due from Hungary.

    At 4.00 am ET, Italy's Istat is scheduled to issue industrial turnover data for October. Sales had declined 1.2 percent on month in September.

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    SINGAPORE INDUSTRIAL OUTPUT CONTRACTS FURTHER

    Singapore's industrial production declined for the second straight month in November, and at a faster-than-expected pace, data from the Economic Development Board revealed on Friday.

    Industrial production dropped 3.2 percent year-on-year in November, faster than the 0.9 percent fall in October. Economists had expected a fall of 1.1 percent.

    Excluding biomedical manufacturing, industrial production decreased 4.8 percent annually in November, reversing a 2.2 percent gain in the previous month.

    On a monthly basis, industrial production decreased 1.2 percent in November, reversing a 0.6 percent increase in the prior month.

    Among major clusters, electronics output plunged 12.4 percent in November, and the chemical cluster logged a decline in output of 11.3 percent.

    Meanwhile, transport engineering output advanced 18.8 percent yearly in November, and that of general manufacturing also showed a double-digit growth of 10.3 percent.

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    US stocks closed higher, Dow Jones up 0.53%

    At the close of the New York Stock Exchange, the Dow Jones rose 0.53%, the S&P 500 rose 0.59%, and the NASDAQ Composite rose 0.21%.

    Chevron Corp was the top performer among the components of the Dow Jones index today, up 5.32 points or 3.09% to close at 177.40. The Walt Disney Company rose 1.34 points or 1.55% to close at 88.01. The Travelers Companies Inc rose 2.28 points or 1.22% to close at 189.48.

    The least gainers were 3M Company, which shed 1.45 points or 1.19% to end the session at 120.14. Amgen Inc was up 1.34 points (0.51%) to close at 263.92, while Apple Inc was down 0.37 points (0.28%) to close at 131.86. .

    The leading gainers among the S&P 500 index components in today's trading were APA Corporation, which rose 5.73% to 47.25, CarMax Inc, which gained 5.17% to close at 60.16, and Hess Corporation, which rose 4.72% to end the session at 141.68.

    The least gainers were Moderna Inc, which shed 4.44% to close at 199.08. Shares of Illumina Inc lost 2.32% to end the session at 191.24. Quotes of DexCom Inc decreased in price by 1.97% to 111.44.

    Leading gainers among the components of the NASDAQ Composite in today's trading were Expion360 Inc, which rose 139.19% to hit 2.35, Akso Health Group DRC, which gained 1.57% to close at 0.40, and also shares of Elys Game Technology Corp, which rose 47.09% to end the session at 0.17.

    The least gainers were Applied Molecular Transport Inc, which shed 57.77% to close at 0.44. E-Home Household Service Holdings Ltd lost 52.59% to end the session at 0.64. Quotes Mingzhu Logistics Holdings Ltd fell in price by 50.84% to 1.75.

    On the New York Stock Exchange, the number of securities that rose in price (2099) exceeded the number of those that closed in the red (959), while quotes of 96 shares remained virtually unchanged. On the NASDAQ stock exchange, 1909 companies rose in price, 1754 fell, and 216 remained at the level of the previous close.

    The CBOE Volatility Index, which is based on S&P 500 options trading, fell 5.01% to 20.87.

    Gold futures for February delivery added 0.57%, or 10.20, to $1.00 a troy ounce. In other commodities, WTI crude for February delivery rose 2.80%, or 2.17, to $79.66 a barrel. Futures for Brent crude for February delivery rose 4.40%, or 3.56, to $84.54 a barrel.

    Meanwhile, in the forex market, the EUR/USD pair remained unchanged 0.23% to 1.06, while USD/JPY was up 0.38% to hit 132.84.

    Futures on the USD index fell 0.12% to 104.01.

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    US stock market closed mixed, Dow Jones up 0.11%

    At the close on the New York Stock Exchange, the Dow Jones rose 0.11%, the S&P 500 index fell 0.41% and the NASDAQ Composite fell 1.38%.

    The gainers among Dow Jones index components in today's trading were shares of Verizon Communications Inc. which gained 0.84p (2.19%) to close at 39.25. Caterpillar Inc. gained 3.27p (1.36%) to close at 243.14. Chevron Corp. gained 2.23 pct (1.26%) to close at 179.63.

    Shares of the Walt Disney Company were the least gainers, with their price dropping 1.64p (1.86%), ending the session at 86.37. Shares of Apple Inc soared 1.83p (1.39%) to close at 130.03, Goldman Sachs Group Inc dropped 3.54p (1.02%) and closed the session at 341.97.

    The top gainers among the S&P 500 index components in today's trading were shares of Wynn Resorts Limited, which gained 4.47% to 84.33, VF Corporation, which gained 4.18% to close at 27.16, and Las Vegas Sands Corp, which gained 4.17% to close the session at 48.46.

    Shares of Tesla Inc were the least gainers, down 11.41% to close at 109.10. Moderna Inc shares lost 9.50% and closed the session at 180.17. NVIDIA Corporation shares were down 7.14% to 141.21.

    The top gainers among NASDAQ Composite index components in today's trading were shares of Elys Game Technology Corp, which gained 111.91% to 0.37, Lightjump Acquisition Corp, which gained 100.00% to close at 19.00, and shares of Quotient Ltd, which gained 94.74% to close the session at 0.37.

    The least gainers were shares of Tuesday Morning Corp, which fell 46.12% to close at 0.83. Shares of Mingzhu Logistics Holdings Ltd lost 44.57% and closed the session at 0.97. Lion Group Holding Ltd. was down 36.45 percent to 0.68.

    On NYSE the number of securities, which fell in price (1697) exceeded the number of securities, which closed on the plus side (1401). On NASDAQ, 2,517 stocks were down, 1,251 were up, and 139 remained flat.

    The CBOE Volatility Index, which is based on S&P 500 options trading, rose 3.74% to 21.65.

    Gold futures for February delivery added 0.98%, or 17.65, to $1.00 a troy ounce. In other commodities, WTI crude for February delivery rose 0.16%, or 0.13, to $79.69 a barrel. Futures for Brent crude for March delivery rose 0.43%, or 0.36, to $84.86 a barrel.

    Meanwhile, in the Forex market, the EUR/USD pair was unchanged 0.05% to 1.06, while USD/JPY was up 0.49% to hit 133.51.

    Futures on the USD index fell 0.12% to 103.89.

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    SOUTH KOREA INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION CLIMBS 0.4% IN NOVEMBER

    Industrial output in South Korea rose a seasonally adjusted 0.4 percent on month in November, Statistics Korea said on Thursday.

    That beat forecasts for a decline of 0.8 percent following the 3.5 percent contraction in October.

    On a yearly basis, industrial output sank 3.7 percent - also topping expectations for a drop of 4.0 percent following the downwardly revised 1.2 percent contraction in the previous month (originally -1.1 percent).

    The index of all industry production was up 0.1 percent on month and 0.6 percent on year in November.

    The Manufacturing Production Index added 0.5 percent on month but fell 3.8 percent on year. The Manufacturing Shipment Index lost 2.4 percent on month and 4.2 percent on year. The Manufacturing Inventory Index increased by 1.4 percent on month and 6.1 percent on year.

    The Production Capacity Index was flat on month and down 0.8 percent on year. The Index of Capacity Utilization Rate rose 0.9 percent on month but shed 2.5 percent on year. The Manufacturing Average Capacity Utilization Rate was 73.1 percent, up 0.6 percentage points from the previous month.

    The Index of Services fell 0.6 percent on month but climbed 2.6 percent on year. The Retail Sales Index sank 1.8 percent on month and 2.2 percent on year.

    The Equipment Investment Index added 1.0 percent on month and 11.0 percent on year. The Domestic Machinery Shipment Index surged an annual 10.9 percent. The value of Domestic Machinery Orders Received soared 15.3 percent on year. The value of Construction Completed at constant prices increased by 1.4 percent on month and 10.2 percent on year.

    The value of Construction Orders Received at current prices tumbled 11.1 percent on year.

    The Composite Coincident Index eased 0.5 percent on month. The Cyclical Component of Composite Coincident Index, which reflects current economic situations, fell 0.7 points from the previous month.

    The Composite Leading Index rose 0.1 percent on month. The Cyclical Component of Composite Leading Index, which predicts the turning point in business cycle, dipped 0.2 points from the previous month.

    Also on Thursday, Statistics Korea said that the value of retail sales in South Korea was down a seasonally adjusted 1.8 percent on month in November.

    That missed expectations for a decline of 1.0 percent following the 0.2 percent contraction in October.

    On a yearly basis, retail sales were down 2.2 percent - again missing forecasts for a decline of 1.5 percent following the 0.7 percent drop in the previous month.

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    SOUTH KOREA INFLATION STEADY AT 5.0%

    South Korea's consumer price inflation remained unchanged in December, figures from Statistics Korea showed on Friday.

    Consumer prices rose 5.0 percent year-on-year in December, same as seen in November. This was in line with economists' expectations.

    Excluding food and energy, core consumer prices rose 4.1 percent annually in December, after a 4.3 percent increase in the previous month.

    On a monthly basis, consumer prices increased 0.2 percent in December, following a 0.1 percent drop in November.

    Compared to the previous month, the core CPI remained unchanged at 0.3 percent in December.

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    OIL FUTURES SETTLE SHARPLY LOWER ON RECESSION FEARS

    Oil prices fell on Wednesday, extending recent losses, as worries about energy demand amid rising fears of a global recession continued to weigh on the commodity.

    West Texas Intermediate Crude oil futures for February ended down $4.09 or about 5.3% at $72.84 a barrel, the lowest settlement in more than three weeks.

    Brent crude futures were down $4.10 or almost 5% at $78.00 a barrel a little while ago.

    China's decision to increase export of refined oil products has fueled concerns of weaker demand in the country.

    Meanwhile, Japan has announced that it would tighten borders controls for travelers from China, in response to a surge in Covid cases among visitors.

    Traders also took note of comments from former New York Federal Reserve President William Dudley, who said a recession in the U.S. is likely because of what the Fed has to do.

    Traders are looking ahead to weekly inventory reports from the American Petroleum Institute (API) and U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). The API's report is due later today, while EIA's inventory data will be out Thursday morning.

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    CHINA SERVICES ACTIVITY LOGS FOURTH CONSECUTIVE CONTRACTION

    China's service sector shrank for the fourth consecutive month in December as the ongoing measures to contain the Covid-19 disrupted operations and hampered demand.

    At 48.0, the Caixin services Purchasing Managers' Index rose from a six-month low of 46.7 in November, survey results from S&P Global showed Thursday. But a reading below 50.0 suggests the sector remains in the contraction zone.

    The Covid-19 containment measures, including temporary business closures dampened production.

    Further, due to pandemic related restrictions, outstanding business increased for the fifth consecutive month as firms were unable to work through backlogs of work.

    Cost reduction policies together with voluntary leavers drove another fall in service sector employment. The pace of job shedding was quicker than seen on average in 2022.

    On the price front, the survey showed that input cost inflation slowed to a six-month low. Consequently, firms raised their own charges at the softest pace since August. Another reason for the easing in output price inflation was stiff competition.

    Optimism among service providers was the strongest since July 2021. Companies that foresee higher output expect the pandemic situation to improve, restrictions to ease, and operations and demand to recover.

    The overall private sector that combines manufacturing and services shrank for the fourth straight month in December. But the rate of contraction eased with softer falls in output across manufacturing and services.

    The composite output index picked up to 48.3 in December from 47.0 in November.

    Infections are expected to explode in the short run, which will disrupt production and everyday life, Wang Zhe, a senior economist at Caixin Insight Group said. "How to effectively coordinate Covid controls with economic and social development has once again become a crucial question."

    In order to prop up domestic consumption, various policies are needed that work in tandem with stabilizing the job market and effectively increasing the disposable incomes of residents, said Zhe.

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    EUROPEAN ECONOMIC NEWS PREVIEW: GERMANY FACTORY ORDERS, RETAIL SALES DATA DUE

    Factory orders and retail sales from Germany and flash consumer prices, retail sales and economic confidence from the euro area are the top economic news due on Friday, headlining a busy day for the European economic news.

    At 2.00 am ET, Destatis is slated to release Germany's manufacturing orders and retail sales figures for November. Economists forecast factory orders to fall 0.5 percent on month, reversing a 0.8 percent rise in October. Similarly, retail sales are seen rising 1.0 percent after falling 2.8 percent a month ago. In the meantime, UK Halifax house price data is due for December. Also, industrial output data is due from Statistics Norway.

    At 2.45 am ET, France's Insee publishes consumer spending data for November. Economists forecast consumer spending to grow 1.0 percent month-on-month, in contrast to the 2.8 percent fall in October. At 3.00 am ET, the Czech Statistical Office is set to issue industrial and construction output and foreign trade reports.

    At 4.30 am ET, UK S&P/CIPS construction Purchasing Managers' survey results are due. The construction index is expected to fall to 49.6 in December from 50.4 in the prior month.

    At 5.00 am ET, Eurozone flash inflation, retail sales and economic confidence are due. Inflation is seen easing to 9.7 percent in December from 10.1 percent in November. Economists expect retail sales to grow 0.5 percent on month, reversing a 1.8 percent fall in October.

    The euro area economic confidence index is seen at 94.7 in December versus 93.7 a month ago.

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    EUROPEAN ECONOMICS PREVIEW: GERMANY INDUSTRIAL OUTPUT DATA DUE

    Industrial production from Germany and unemployment from the euro area are the top economic news due on Monday.

    At 1.45 am ET, the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs is scheduled to issue Swiss unemployment data for December. The jobless rate is forecast to rise to 2.1 percent from 2.0 percent in November.

    At 2.00 am ET, Destatis is set to publish Germany industrial production for November. Economists forecast industrial output to grow marginally by 0.1 percent from October, when output was down 0.1 percent.

    At 2.45 am ET, foreign trade and current account figures are due. The trade deficit is seen narrowing to EUR 11.3 billion in November from EUR 12.2 billion in October.

    At 4.00 am ET, Italy's Istat publishes unemployment data for November. Economists expect the jobless rate to remain unchanged at 7.8 percent.

    Half an hour later, Eurozone Sentix investor confidence survey results are due. The investor sentiment index is forecast to rise to -18.0 in January from -21.0 in December.

    At 5.00 am ET, Eurostat is scheduled to issue euro area unemployment for November. The jobless rate is seen unchanged at 6.5 percent.

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    JAPAN LEADING INDEX AT 23-MONTH LOW

    Japan's leading index decreased in November to the lowest level in nearly two years, preliminary figures of a survey by the Cabinet Office showed on Wednesday.

    The leading index, which measures future economic activity, dropped to 97.6 in November from 98.6 in the previous month.

    Further, this was the lowest score since December 2020, when it was 96.5.

    The coincident index, which measures the current economic situation, also weakened to a 6-month low of 99.1 in November from 99.6 in the previous month.

    At the same time, the lagging index improved to 100.9 in November from 99.2 in the preceding month.

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