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Eurozone’s November Business and Consumer Survey 93.7 (expected 93.5; last 92.7)
U.K.’s October Mortgage Lending GBP3.97 bln (expected GBP5.02 bln; last GBP5.88 bln) and net Lending to Individuals GBP4.70 bln (expected GBP6.70 bln; last GBP6.50 bln)
Italy’s September Industrial Sales -1.2% m/m (last 3.4%); 18.0% yr/yr (last 22.9%). October PPI -3.3% m/m (last 2.7%); 28.0% yr/yr (last 41.7%)
Spain’s November CPI -0.1% m/m (last 0.3%); 6.8% yr/yr (expected 7.4%; last 7.3%)
Swiss Q3 GDP 0.2% qtr/qtr (expected 0.3%; last 0.1%); 0.5% yr/yr (expected 1.0%; last 2.2%)
Spain’s November CPI and Italy’s October PPI showed a deceleration on a month-over-month basis ahead of tomorrow’s release of the November CPI report for the eurozone.
The Airbus CEO said that the supply chain environment is still “very complex.”
British Prime Minister Sunak said that the “golden era” of U.K. relations with China has come to an end.
Germany signed an agreement to purchase LNG from Qatar beginning in 2026.