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  • ICE Canada Morning Comment: Canola Continues to Pull Back

    WINNIPEG, Manitoba--Intercontinental Exchange canola futures were lower on Tuesday morning, due to the Prairie weather. Above-normal temperatures are expected across much of the region today with cooler weather to follow in the coming days. As the week progresses, any rain for the Prairies will be most likely confined to the northern tier.

  • U.S. Industrial Production Rose in May

    Industrial production in the U.S. rose for a third straight month, but supply-chain disruptions continued to restrain industrial output growth. Industrial production--which includes factory, mining and utility output--increased at a seasonally adjusted 0.8% in May compared with April, the Federal Reserve reported Tuesday. The reading is above forecasts from economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal, who expected a 0.6% rise.

  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Retail Spending Fell 1.3% in May. Supply-chain disruptions and business reopenings are triggering a consumer spending shift from goods to services. Stock Futures Waver on Retail Sales Drop.

  • U.S. Retail Sales Down 1.3% in May -- Update

    Retail sales dropped 1.3% in May as prices businesses charge their customers rose rapidly, a sign supply-chain disruptions are holding back economic growth and triggering higher inflation. Shoppers pulled back on purchases of autos, furniture, electronics, building materials and other items last month while boosting spending at restaurants, the Commerce Department reported on Tuesday, as more people got vaccinated against Covid-19 and business restrictions were...

  • U.S. Retail Sales Down 1.3% in May

    Retail spending fell 1.3% in May. Supply-chain disruptions and business reopenings are triggering a consumer spending shift from goods to services. (END) Dow Jones Newswires 06-15-21 0849 ET Copyright (c) 2021 Dow Jones& Company, Inc..

  • New York Manufacturing Activity Eases in June -- NY Fed

    Manufacturing activity in New York state continued to grow in June, albeit at a slower pace than in the previous month amid easing demand and extensive supply shortages that constrain output growth. The Empire State Manufacturing Survey's general business conditions index fell to 17.4 in June from 24.3 in May, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York said Tuesday. The indicator came in below the consensus forecast from economists polled by The Wall Street Journal for 22.9.

  • North American Morning Briefing: Stock Futures Tick Higher Ahead of Retail Sales Data

    Oracle 4 Q Results; CVS Health investor day; U.S. Retail Sales for May; U.S. Industrial Production for May; Canada Housing Starts for May.

  • Singapore Central Bank Reprimands Four Financial Institutions

    The Monetary Authority of Singapore has reprimanded AIA Financial Advisers Pte. Ltd., Prudential Assurance Company Singapore Pte. Ltd., Aviva Ltd. and Aviva Financial Advisers Pte.

  • German Consumer Prices in May Rose in Line With Forecasts -- Update

    --German consumer prices rose 2.5% on year by national standards, in line with forecasts. --The inflation rate reached a level last recorded in September 2011. --Consumer prices rose 0.5% on month by national standards and 0.3% by EU-harmonized standards.

  • Germany Consumer Prices in May Rose in Line With Forecasts

    German consumer prices rose in May, confirming preliminary data, the German statistics office Destatis said Tuesday. Consumer prices rose 2.5% on year measured by national standards, in line with the forecasts of economists polled by The Wall Street Journal. Prices rose 2.4% on year by European Union-harmonized standards, also in line with forecasts.

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