Reply To: Traders Market Weekly: Political Risks and Central Banks


British Prime Minister Truss said during her weekly appearance in parliament that she is not a quitter.
The U.K.’s September CPI was up 10.1% yr/yr, revisiting this year’s peak from July, while the eurozone’s CPI was up 9.9% yr/yr, accelerating at its fastest pace since the euro’s inception.
European Central Bank policymaker Nagel said that the ECB should begin reducing its bond portfolio soon.
Eurozone’s September CPI 1.2% m/m, as expected (last 0.6%); 9.9% yr/yr (expected 10.0%; last 9.1%).
September Core CPI 1.0% m/m, as expected (last 4.3%); 4.8% yr/yr, as expected (last 4.3%).
August Construction Output -0.63% m/m (last 0.27%)
U.K.’s September CPI 0.5% m/m (expected 0.4%; last 0.5%); 10.1% yr/yr (expected 10.0%; last 9.9%).
September Core CPI 0.6% m/m (expected 0.5%; last 0.8%); 6.5% yr/yr (expected 6.4%; last 6.3%).
September Input PPI 0.4% m/m (expected -0.4%; last -0.9%) and Output PPI 0.2% m/m (expected 0.3%; last 0.1%)