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Germany's import price index to -0.1%

Germany

Germany's import price index dropped from 0.7% to -0.1% and failed to meet the economists' estimations for a fall to 0.4%.

Germany's IPI drops while its CPI rises

The German consumer price inflation climbed from -0.4% to 0.3%. The analysts predicted the CPI to escalate 0.3%.

France

The French consumer spending fell from 1.1% to -0.1%. The economists predicted the rate to appreciate 0.1%.

The nation's GDP climbed from 0.5% to 0.6% while the analysts estimated the gross domestic product to escalate 0.5%.

Switzerland

The Swiss KOF economic barometer appreciated from 102.6 to 102.9 and slightly missed the forecasts for a rise to 102.8.

Austria

The Austrian gross domestic product rose from 0.4% to 0.5%, whereas the economists and the analysts predicted stability at 0.4%.

Greece

Greece's gross domestic product declined from -1.3% to -1.4% while the analysts predicted stabilization at -1.3%.

Canada

The Canadian industrial production price index dropped from -0.6% to -1.5% while the economists estimated the IPPI to escalate 0.2%.

Chile

The Chilean retail sales rose from 7.4% to 7.9% and were better compared to the analysts' predictions for a drop to 4.0%.

Chile's industrial production dropped from 2.7% to -1.2% and did not match the analysts' estimations for a fall to -0.8%.

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Monday, 30 May, 2016 / 2:28

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