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USA: Preliminary University of Michigan Confidence: 95.3

August Preliminary University of Michigan Confidence index is 95.3 points, it was expected to be 98.1 points versus 97.9 points previously.

07:30

Canada: Core Consumer Price Index y/y: 1.6%

July Core CPI (Consumer Price Index) is 1.6% on a yearly base, it was expected to be 1.3% versus 1.3% previously.

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Canada: Core Consumer Price Index m/m: 0.2%

July Core CPI (Consumer Price Index) is 0.2% on a monthly base, it was expected to be % versus 0.1% previously.

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Canada: Consumer Price Index y/y: 3.0%

July CPI (Consumer Price Index) is 3.0% on a yearly base, it was expected to be 2.5% versus 2.5% previously.

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Canada: Consumer Price Index m/m: 0.5%

July CPI (Consumer Price Index) is 0.5% on a monthly base, it was expected to be 0.1% versus 0.1% previously.

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