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Barratt housing development in Somerset, England. Photo: Getty
Barratt profits to fall as housebuilders slow new developments in face of market slump

Barratt update may indicate level of pain UK housebuilders braced for in 2023

David Burrows
09:41, 6 January 2023
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Sainsbury and Tesco vs Aldi and Lidl: Can UK supermarkets claim the Christmas sales rosette?

Have discounters taken market share from supermarket giants in Christmas trading?

David Burrows
11:32, 5 January 2023
Cineworld cinema in Stoke in the UK
Cineworld faces break-up: CINE insists no piecemeal sale, but will shareholders agree?

Cineworld trying to call the shots on possible sale – but for how long?

David Burrows
11:23, 4 January 2023
mining operations
Ferrexpo shows that investing overseas imports foreign problems

What’s sauce for your goose, may not be sauce for the foreign gander: differing corporate cultures make for discreet trading decisions

Tim Worstall
15:12, 3 January 2023
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Next Christmas sales: NXT numbers set to show tough festive period for UK retail

Next in OK shape but 2022 has been a challenging year

David Burrows
09:15, 3 January 2023
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2023 – A year of infinite possibilities: Part 2 – Late cycles and recessions

Forecasts for profitability to slow are on the increase, so is recession inevitable in 2023?

Macrodesiac
09:06, 29 December 2022

Macrodesiac
2023 – A year of infinite possibilities: Part 1 – The world’s biggest consumer

How resilient is the US consumer: can spending keep the US economy from a hard landing?

Macrodesiac
12:15, 28 December 2022
A trader signals an offer in the Standard & Poors 500 stock index futures pit at the CME Group December
US stock market 2023 outlook: Can a soft landing still be achieved?

S&P 500, Nasdaq, Dow Jones 2023 outlook

Daniela Hathorn
14:05, 22 December 2022
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NIFTY 50 forecast : Will lofty valuations drag Indian equities in 2023?

India's stock market has outperformed most global markets in 2022

Mensholong Lepcha
11:44, 15 December 2022
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IT40 forecast: Italy’s top stock index bounces after positive Q3 economic data

With inflation and macroeconomic uncertainty in the EU, what lies ahead for the IT40 index?

Alejandro Arrieche
17:46, 12 December 2022
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CAC 40 forecast: Is the French index poised to outperform its peers?

The CAC 40 index is made up of the 40 largest companies on the Euronext Paris exchange

Alejandro Arrieche
13:40, 9 December 2022

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Friday, April 19, 2024

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19:00

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US

Event

United States-Cattle On Feed (Monthly)-USDA-Cattle On Feed* (%)
United States-Cattle On Feed (Monthly)-USDA-Cattle On Feed* (%)

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Previous

101%
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101%

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19:00

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US

Event

United States-Cattle on Feed-USDA-Cattle Placed On Fd*
United States-Cattle on Feed-USDA-Cattle Placed On Fd*

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Previous

110
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110

Time (UTC)

20:00

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US

Event

United States-Cattle On Feed (Monthly)-USDA-Cattle On Feed* (%)
United States-Cattle On Feed (Monthly)-USDA-Cattle On Feed* (%)

Forecast

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-
Forecast
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Previous
-

Time (UTC)

20:00

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US

Event

United States-Cattle on Feed-USDA-Cattle Marketed* (%)
United States-Cattle on Feed-USDA-Cattle Marketed* (%)

Forecast

-

Previous

103%
Forecast
-
Previous
103%
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