X

You have been redirected to Ipreo's new Knowledge hub!

All the thought leadership you previously accessed on Ipreo Ink now lives in Ipreo Knowledge, which is fully integrated into Ipreo.com. If you have any questions or are experiencing difficulties locating a resource, please reach out to marketing@ipreo.com
This window will close in:
5
Ipreo Global ECM Review: The Week Ended October 2, 2015

Ipreo Global ECM Review: The Week Ended October 2, 2015

In U.S. economic news, personal income for August rose 0.3%, below the upwardly-revised increase of 0.5% in July from 0.4%, while personal spending grew 0.4%. Meanwhile, Eurozone retail sales remained flat in August following July’s upwardly-revised 0.6% increase, and topping economists’ expectations of a 0.1% decline. Elsewhere, Japan’s average household spending rose 2.9% in August, while China’s manufacturing conditions hit the lowest point in six-and-a-half years as weak foreign demand led to dramatically less orders in September.

Download PDF