Reply To: Traders Market Weekly: Robots, Dribbler Enthusiasm and Short Squeezes

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Truman
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Germany’s economy ministry expects the country’s economy to worsen in the second half due to lower gas deliveries, higher energy prices, and continued supply chain issues.
Drought conditions have been declared across half of England.
CPI readings from France and Spain increased at their fastest yr/yr rates since 1985.
Eurozone’s June Industrial Production 0.7% m/m (expected 0.2%; last 2.1%); 2.4% yr/yr (expected 0.8%; last 1.6%)
U.K.’s Q2 GDP -0.1% qtr/qtr (expected -0.2%; last 0.8%); 2.9% yr/yr (expected 2.8%; last 8.7%). Q2 Business Investment 3.8% qtr/qtr (expected -0.3%; last -0.6%); 5.0% yr/yr (last 8.3%). June Industrial Production -0.9% m/m (expected -1.3%; last 1.3%); 2.4% yr/yr (expected 1.6%; last 1.8%). June Manufacturing Production -1.6% m/m (expected -1.8%; last 1.7%); 1.3% yr/yr (expected 0.9%; last 2.6%). June Construction Output -1.4% m/m (expected -1.5%; last 1.8%); 4.1% yr/yr (expected 3.3%; last 4.9%)
France’s July CPI 0.3% m/m, as expected (last 0.8%); 6.1% yr/yr, as expected (last 5.8%). Q2 Unemployment Rate 7.4% (expected 7.3%; last 7.3%)
Italy’s June trade deficit EUR2.166 bln (expected surplus of EUR350 mln; last deficit of EUR62 mln)
Spain’s July CPI -0.3% m/m (expected -0.2%; last 1.9%); 10.8% yr/yr, as expected (last 10.2%)