EUROPEAN MARKET SUMMARY 14/6/2016
European market can open a tad subordinate on today as Brexit uncertainties joined with worry to the front of key central bank meetings this week persist to keep investors gone from riskier assets. Oil prices extensive during the night losses on rumour about a pick-up in production, as world markets remain in a panic by growing concerns about the global economic recovery and the possible collision of Britain quitting the European Union. Gold futures hovered near four-week highs as investors search for protection beside economic and financial qualms.
In economic release, Switzerland’s producer and import prices decreased at a slower-than-expected pace in May, figures from the Federal Statistical Office showed today. The producer and import price index dropped 1.2 percent year-over-year in May, underneath economists’ outlook for a 1.5 percent decline. It was also slower than the 2.4 percent go down in March.
The measure has been falling since January 2014. Month-on-months, the producer and import prices index climbed 0.4 percent in May, subsequent a 0.3 percent enlarges in April. Economists had normal merely a 0.1 percent rise for the month. Producer prices went up 0.4 percent from the earlier month and import prices grew the same.
On economic frontage, Spain’s consumer prices declined as sketchy in May, the statistical office INE said today. Consumer prices decreased 1 percent year-on-year, which was the fifth consecutive go down in prices. Prices had declined 1.1 percent in April. On a monthly basis, consumer prices gained 0.5 percent subsequent to rising 0.7 percent. The statistical office dyed-in-the-wool yearly consumer price figures for May but revised down monthly rise from 0.6 percent.
At the equivalent time, the harmonized index of consumer prices cut down 1.1 percent vs. a 1.2 percent drop in the earlier month and matched introductory estimate. The HICP moved up 0.5 percent month-on-month as ballpark in May.
Also on today, Hungary’s industrial production rebounded as to begin with approximate in April. Industrial production grew a working-day-adjusted 5.3 percent year-over-years in April. That was in line with the explode data in print on June 7.
In March, production had fallen 2.4 percent. It was the first refuse given that June 2013. On a weekly basis, industrial production superior a seasonally and working-day-adjusted 5.4 percent in April, confirming the opening report.
In economic view, Germany’s manufacturing employment augmented in April, Destatis reported today. Employment in manufacturing units with 50 or more persons increased around 49,000 or 0.9 percent from most recent year.
At the closing stages of April, nearly 5.4 million people worked in manufacturing units. The number of hours worked in April complex 4.9 percent from a year prior, reaching 723 million. The earnings totalled EUR 23.6 billion, which was 2.9 percent further than in April 2015.
In economic news, Romania’s industrial production augmented in April from a year until that time, figures from the National Institute of Statistics showed today. Industrial production climbed a seasonally and working-day-adjusted 3.9 percent year-over-years in April. On an unadjusted basis, production highly developed by 3.4 percent.
Mining and quarrying output tumbled 21.7 percent once a year in April, whereas manufacturing production postponed by 7.0 percent. Month-on-month, industrial production gained 3.2 percent at the open of the q2.
Moreover, Finland’s consumer prices greater than before for the second directly month in May, figures from Statistics Finland showed today. The consumer price index climbed 0.3 percent year-over-years in May, the identical rate of rise as in the earlier month. In March, prices had fallen slightly by 0.03 percent.
Health costs grew 8.8 percent per annum in May and utility costs went up by 0.8 percent. At the matching time, prices of food and non-alcoholic beverages registered a diminish of 1.7 percent. On a publication basis, consumer prices edged down 0.02 percent in May, reversing a 0.3 percent spear in April. It was the first drop in four months. The harmonized index of consumer prices, or HICP, rose 0.3 percent annually in May, though it dropped 0.1 percent from the prior month.
The DAX is down 1.49% even as London’s FTSE 100 is off 1.32% and France’s CAC 40 is lesser by 1.25%.