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Sentix Investors Confidence turned fell to 19.6

Investors are losing faith in the strength of the euro-area economy after a string of numbers that fell short of expectations. A monthly report from research group Sentix said their view of the economy has turned negative for the first time since July 2016. It said the downward dynamic was “even more pronounced” for Germany, where separate data on Monday showed a sharp drop in exports in February.

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UK house prices unchanged in Q1

House prices in the three months to March were largely unchanged compared with the previous quarter. The annual rate of growth continues to be in a narrow range of under 3%; though the average price of £227,871 is a new high. Activity levels, like house price growth, have softened compared with a year ago. Mortgage approvals are down compared to 12 months ago, whilst home sales have remained flat in the early months of the year.

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German Trade Balance surplus narrowed to 19.2 billion euros

Germany exported goods to the value of 104.7 billion euros and imported goods to the value of 86.3 billion euros in February 2018. Based on provisional data, the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) also reports that German exports increased by 2.4% and imports by 4.7% in February 2018 year on year. After calendar and seasonal adjustment, exports fell by 3.2% and imports by 1.3% compared with January 2018. The foreign trade balance showed a surplus of 18.4 billion euros in February 2018. In February 2017, the surplus amounted to +19.8 billion euros. In calendar and seasonally adjusted terms, the foreign trade balance recorded a surplus of 19.2 billion euros in February 2018.

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Australia's construction sector is strengthening as non-residential work soars

Activity levels across Australia’s construction sector continue to strengthen, underpinned by surging growth in non-residential work. The Australian Industry Group’s (Ai Group) Performance of Construction Index (PCI) rose 1.2 points to 57.2 in March in seasonally adjusted terms, leaving it well above the levels seen in prior years. Read more...

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