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According to CBI data, the amount of manufacturing orders in the U.K. shrank in November as compared to the previous reporting period, Market Leader reports. At the same time, analysts are now talking about the high risk that Great Britain’s manufacturing sector may see a further drop in Q4 2015.
The Bank of Japan's monetary policy remained unchanged as the result of November’s meeting. Amid declining prices (which means deflation) and technical recession, the central bank is still positive and optimistic on the near-term prospects of the Japanese economy.
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British consumer prices kept on shrinking in October. This is what the latest official report published by the Office for National Statistics says. More specifically, October’s rate of consumer inflation found itself at -0.1%. The ONS’s report confirms that September’s figures remained unchanged last month. At the same time, the actual figures matched the estimates.
The Eurozone’s construction sector saw a volume drop in September. This is what the latest report by Eurostat says. At the same time, the EU construction sector is showing some growth. When adjusted for seasonality, the construction decline in the Eurozone was equal to 0.4% over the reporting period relative to the preceding one.