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      12/6. U.S. unemployment falls to 3.5%, wages gain steadily

      According to the US Department of Labor, US unemployment in November fell to 3.5%, the lowest level since December 1969. October indicator was fixed at 3.6%.

      The number of jobs in the non-agricultural sector of the United States increased by 266 thousand people, which also became the maximum growth indicator since January of this year. Analysts predicted an increase in jobs by only 180 thousand. It is noteworthy that the previous value of the indicator was revised upward from 128 thousand to 156 thousand.

      The average hourly wage rate in monthly terms increased by 0.2% (the consensus forecast assumed growth by 0.3%). At an annual rate, the indicator increased by 3.1%.

      Strong labor market data provided significant support to the US dollar, allowing it to regain positions against many opponents in the Forex market.
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      10.12. Oil prices are in the red amid worries about a trade war

      Oil prices continue to decline on Tuesday, as concerns over slowing demand outweighed optimism after reaching an OPEC + agreement to increase production cuts in early 2020.

      Futures for Brent fell to $63.80 per barrel, and futures for US light oil WTI – to $58.65 per barrel. Experts note that the euphoria over the decline in oil production was short-lived, and an unexpected drop in exports from China underlined the effects of the trade conflict. Exports from China in November fell by 1.1% year on year, while analysts had expected growth by 1%.

      Moreover, since the start of the OPEC agreement to reduce oil production, the United States has been able to increase production by 4 million barrels per day. Members of the organization understand that the United States can either completely push them out of the market, or OPEC countries will have to increase production, which will immediately bring down the oil market.
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      11.12. US inflation firms in November

      According to the Labor Department, U.S. consumer prices increased solidly in November by 2.1% compared with the same month the previous year. Thus, inflation accelerated compared with 1.8% in October and reached its maximum rate over the past year.

      Consumer prices rose 0.3% from the previous month after rising 0.4% in October. Analysts predicted an increase of 2% in annual terms and 0.2% monthly.

      Prices excluding the cost of food and energy (Core CPI) in November rose by 0.2% compared to the previous month and by 2.3% compared with the same month last year. Both indicators coincided with the average expectations of analysts, as well as with the October changes.

      The growth rate of food prices in the USA in November slowed down to 1.9% in annual terms from 2.1% a month earlier, medical care – to 4.2% from 5.1%.

      The average hourly wage of Americans adjusted for inflation last month increased by 1.1% year on year compared with the revised 1.4% in October.

      Energy prices jumped 0.8% in November from the previous month.

      Such data could support the Federal Reserve’s intention not to cut interest rates again in the near term after reducing borrowing costs three times this year.


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      12.12. China and US negotiate ahead of new round of tariffs

      The Chinese Ministry of Commerce said today that Beijing and Washington are in close contact on a further trade agreement. At the same time, the Ministry declined to comment on possible retaliatory steps if the United States imposes additional tariffs on imports from China this week.

      On Sunday, December 15, the US is due to introduce new fees for almost $160 billion of Chinese imports, including video game consoles, computer monitors and toys. Today US President D. Trump intends to meet with top trade advisers to discuss this step. If a decision to impose tariffs is nevertheless made, it could disrupt US-China talks to end the 17-month-long trade war between the world's two largest economies.

      The future of today’s discussions is not yet known, however, in the case of the introduction of American tariffs, China intends to apply a tough response: restoring of 25% tariff on US-made vehicles and 5% tariff on auto parts. Fees for many goods will also be involved, ranging from corn and wheat to small aircraft and rare-earth magnets.

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