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      Eurozone Economy Slowed in the 1st Quarter



      The eurozone economy slowed in the first three months of 2018, heightening fears the currency union's post-crisis recovery is petering out.

      Data from Eurostat showed a sharp slowing in economic activity. Having surpassed all expectations in 2017, the growth rate of the EU's currency area dropped to just 0.4 percent during the first three months of 2018, down from 0.7 percent for the final quarter of 2017.

      On a year-on-year basis, the eurozone's GDP growth slowed from a rate of 2.8 percent to 2.5 percent.

      The last time the region's growth was this slow was in the summer of 2016, returning the eurozone to its post-crisis state of nervousness over whether it could sustain healthy growth rates for a long period.

      Measures of output in industry and construction, as well as figures for retail sales, had recently pointed toward slower growth.

      Economists believe that an unusually cold and snowbound March in Northern Europe had some impact on growth, as did strikes in Germany and France. There was no breakdown yet from Eurostat on what caused the slowdown.

      European Central Bank president Mario Draghi said last week that the bank would watch the data in the months ahead with caution. Draghi stressed, however, that policymakers remained optimistic that the region's economy would stay strong enough to support a rise in inflation closer to the ECB's goal of less than 2 percent.

      Uncertainty about the economy is likely to weigh on the ECB's next big decision over when and how to end its bond-buying stimulus program.

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      Nestle, Starbucks Ink $7.15 billion Coffee Licensing Tie-Up



      Nestle, the world's biggest food and beverage firm, has struck $71.5 billion cash deal with Starbucks Corp. for exclusive rights to sell the coffee chain's packaged coffees and teas globally.

      The deal announced on Monday could boost Starbucks' business selling packaged Starbucks coffee, Teavana tea and other products via grocery stores and other retailers.

      The partnership, which quantifies to a licensing deal, makes it possible for Starbucks to focus on enhancing its mainstay U.S. cafe business, where traffic growth has flattened amid competition from fast-food chains and upscale coffee houses, while rapidly expanding shops in China.

      Starbucks will use the money raised from the deal to boost planned stock buybacks to $20 billion from $15 billion through fiscal 2020. It said the agreement would add to earnings per share by 2021.

      The agreement also includes Starbucks-branded capsules for Nestle's Nespresso and Dolce Gusto single-serve brewers, which should help Nestle limit sales of alternatives from other providers.

      Nestle anticipates the partnership will add to its earnings by 2019. It did not announce changes to its buyback plans.

      Aside from cash payment, Starbucks will get revenue from product sales and royalties.

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      Trump Withdraws US from Iran Nuclear Deal, Renews Sanctions



      President Donald Trump on Tuesday pulled the United States out of an international nuclear deal with Iran, raising the risk of conflict in the Middle East, upsetting European allies and casting uncertainty over global oil supplies.

      Trump said in a televised address from the White House that he would reimpose U.S. economic sanctions on Iran to undermine a horrible one-sided deal that should have never, ever been made."

      The United States will now reinstate all the sanctions it had waived as part of the nuclear accord, and it will impose additional economic penalties that are now being drawn up by the Treasury Department. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin declined to specify what additional sanctions the United States might impose, but he expressed confidence that they would still be powerful even if other American allies did not follow suit.

      The US president's decision intensifies the strain on the trans-Atlantic alliance, especially after European leaders made trips to Washington and repeatedly appealed to Trump to preserve the deal.

      The leaders of Britain, Germany and France, which were signatories to the deal along with China and Russia, said in a joint statement that Trump's decision was a cause for regret and concern."

      The response from Iran itself, however, was muted. President Hassan Rouhani said he believed the agreement could still survive but warned that he had instructed the country's atomic energy agency to prepare to restart uranium enrichment should the deal collapse completely.

      Rouhani said Iran would remain committed to the deal agreed in 2015 between Iran and the US, UK, France, Germany, Russia and China.

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      Gold Prices Steady, Buoyed by Iran Tensions



      Gold prices steadied on Thursday as the dollar remained near its 2018 high on strong U.S. bond yields, with investors also keeping an eye out for any further impact from U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the nuclear deal with Iran.
      Spot gold edged up 0.1 percent to $1,313.94 per ounce.
      U.S. gold futures for June delivery gained 0.1 percent at $1,314.10 per ounce.
      Dismayed European allies sought on Wednesday to salvage the deal with Iran after Trump ordered sanctions be re-imposed on Tehran.
      The dollar held firm on Thursday after the 10-year U.S. bond yield rose back to the psychologically important 3 percent mark and investors looked to U.S. consumer price (CPI) data due later to show a acceleration in inflation.
      The U.S. CPI data will also be scoured for outlook on the Federal Reserve's interest rate hike path after softer-than-expected data earlier this month did little to reduce expectations of a June interest rate hike.
      Holdings of SPDR Gold Trust, the world's largest gold-backed exchange-traded fund, dropped 0.14 percent to 862.95 tonnes on Wednesday.
      Among other precious metals, silver climbed 0.1 percent higher to $16.50 an ounce, after notching a two-week peak at $16.62 in the previous session.
      Platinum added 0.3 percent at $912.50 an ounce while palladium was up 0.1 percent at $976.30.
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      UK Factory Output Fell in March



      Britain's manufacturing sector contracted during March, according to figures released by the Office for National Statistics, which emphasizes the sluggish economic performance in the first quarter.

      While heavy snow storms swept through Britain in early March, the ONS reiterated its earlier statement that this had little overall impact on the economy's performance in the first three months of 2018.

      Manufacturing output dropped 0.1 percent compared to the previous month as both domestic and export orders fell, the ONS said. Overall industrial output, which includes utilities and the UK's North Sea oil and gas fields, increased by 0.1 percent.

      Manufacturing was broadly flat throughout the first quarter following several months of strong growth, with no evidence that the bad weather hampered UK factories as both domestic and international sales stalled. Machinery, transport and computer manufacturers all saw their output grow. This was largely offset by falling production of electrical equipment and oil refining, according to ONS head of national accounts Rob Kent-Smith.

      A lack of clarity around Britain's terms of departure from the European Union in less than a year, as well as a slowing eurozone economy, are among reasons cited for Britain's disappointing performance of late.

      The ONS said the impact from the recent data on its preliminary estimate of first quarter economic growth, which showed only a 0.1 percent quarter-on-quarter increase, was negligible.

      Separate ONS data showed Britain's goods trade deficit with the rest of the world grew to 12.287 billion pounds in March from 10.414 billion pounds in February. Nonetheless, the ONS indicated that net trade was likely make a very small positive contribution to economic growth in the first quarter.

      The ONS also published figures for construction output, which fell 2.3 percent on the month in March, after a fall of 1.0 percent in February.

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      Fed's Mester Reaffirms Support for Gradual Rate Hike Path



      The U.S. central bank should continue its gradual strategy to lifting federal fund rates given that inflation has not yet hit the Federal Reserve's 2 percent target in a sustained manner, according to Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester.

      In her prepared address for a speech in Paris, the Fed official expressed her view that the medium-run outlook supports the continued gradual withdrawal of policy accommodation. She said that it seems to be the best strategy for striking a balance between the threats to both the Fed's policy goals and preventing a build-up financial stability risks.

      Mester, who has a vote on monetary policy this year, said that she does not see inflation significantly picking up, adding that while it is near the Fed's 2 percent goal, it will only hit that level on a sustainable basis over the next one to two years.

      She said that she wants to give inflation sufficient time to return to its goal, a point against a steep rate hike path.

      The Fed official reiterated her stance that the central bank should start to review whether its inflation framework is suitable for the future and could make monetary policy more effective in achieving the central bank's achievements.

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      10-Year U.S. Yield Surge to Highest Level since 2011



      The yield on the 10-year Treasury note rose on early Tuesday to reach levels since 2011 after a solid retail sales figures underlined the economy's stable momentum.

      The rally in yield comes amid resurgent concerns that negotiations between the U.S. and China continue to be challenged, stoking concerns that a potential trade war could drive up prices and inflation higher- which has negative implication for bonds.

      Yield on the 10-year Treasury note yield surged 7.5 basis points to 3.070 percent, the highest since July 2011, and notching its biggest single-day increase March 1, according to WSJ Market Data Group. The yield reached an intrasession high at 3.093 percent, according to FactSet data.

      The 30-year bond yield rose 8.1 basis points to 3.210 percent, the biggest one-day increase since February 2. The short-dated two-year note yield rose 3.9 basis points to 2.585 percent, extending a yield move close to a decade peak.

      The day's trading helped to increase the yield gap between two-year and the 10-year rate to 48.5 basis points.

      The threat of increasing borrowing rates have given investors in risky assets a reason to pause, with the benchmark 10-year note again tested the yield level above 3 percent, which have previously caused friction in markets, challenging investors' appetite for assets perceived as risky against safe haven assets such as bonds.

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      Benchmark U.S. Yield Extends Rally to Almost Seven-Year High



      U.S. government bonds experienced renewed selling pressure, allowing the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note to continue a rally that a day prior brought it to its highest level since 2011.

      The 10-year Treasury note yield edged up 1.1 basis points to 3.093 percent, after recording the biggest one-day gain since March 1, according to WSJ Market Data Group. The move left the yield at its highest level since July 7, 2011.

      The 30-year bond yield increased 0.4 basis points to 3.214 percent, after the long bond market marked its biggest daily yield increase since February 2 in the prior session. Yield on the short-dated two-year note yield, on the other hand, pared an earlier loss to rise 0.4 basis points to 2.589 percent.

      The yield curve, which measures the spread between the two-year and 10-year yields, continued to reverse some of its recent flattening.

      Markets are now monitoring developments in Asia, with North Korea's threat to withdraw from a summit planned for next month with the U.S., stoking concerns that a brief easing of hostilities between the two nations may be coming to an end.

      Meanwhile, Italian government bond yields surged following a report said anti-establishment parties in discussion to establish a government would ask the European Central bank to write off 250 billion euros in debt and ask to renegotiate Rome's contribution to the European Union budget. The yield on the 10-year Italian government bond rose16.2 basis points to 2.113 percent.

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      U.S. Labor Market Continues to Tighten



      New applications for U.S. jobless benefits increased more than expected last week, but the number of people continuing to collect unemployment benefits fell to 1.71 million in the week ended May 5, the lowest since December 1973, which points to diminishing labor market slack.

      Separate data also showed a pickup in mid-Atlantic factory activity this month, with manufacturers saying they were boosting employment and asking for higher prices for their products. The combination of a tightening labor market and firming inflation bolsters expectations the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates in June.

      Initial claims for state unemployment benefits rose 11,000 to a seasonally adjusted 222,000 for the week ended May 12, the Labor Department said.

      The labor market is viewed as being close to or at full employment, with the unemployment rate near a 17-½ -year low of 3.9 percent and within striking distance of the Fed's forecast of 3.8 percent by the end of this year. The U.S. central bank increased rates in March and forecast at least two more hikes for this year.

      The number of people receiving benefits after an initial week of aid decreased 87,000 to 1.71 million in the week ended May 5, the lowest level since December 1973. Declining continuing claims underscore tightening labor market conditions and support economists' expectations that wage growth will accelerate in the second half of the year.

      The labor market and regional factory data added to upbeat reports this week on consumer spending and industrial production in suggesting that economic growth was picking up early in the second quarter after slowing at the start of the year.

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      Japan Exports Increased in April



      The value of Japan's exports grew at fastest pace in three months in April partly due to a boost in shipments to the US but still ended up missing economist expectations.

      Exports in April increased 7.8 percent year on year, according to figures from the Ministry of Finance, accelerating from a rise of 2.1 percent in March but still fell short of a median estimate of 8.1 percent from economists polled by Reuters.

      The value of outbound shipments to Asia accelerated to a year-on-year growth of six percent as exports to Hong Kong exited contraction with a rise of 1.3 percent and growth in direct shipments to China edged up 0.1 percentage points to 10.9 percent.

      Exports to the US accelerated from March's rise of just 0.2 percent to mark an increase of 4.3 percent in April.

      Imports were up 5.9 percent from the previous year, rebounding from a 0.6 percent contraction in the previous month, the first decline since 2016, but also missing economist expectations of a 9.6 percent growth.

      Those trade flows unraveled a ¥626 billion (about $5.6 billion) trade surplus that easily surpassed a forecast of ¥405.6 billion and marked only a moderate decline from March's surplus of ¥797 billion.

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