European session data The FTSE index and the euro zone producer price index rose
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The euro-zone industrial producer price index rose 0.5% in September from a month ago, according to Eurostat estimates published on Tuesday. In the EU as a whole (EU28), producer prices rose 0.6% on a monthly basis. On an annualized basis, prices in the Eurozone and EU28 jumped 4.5% and 4.9%, respectively.
Prices in the energy sector rose 1.6% and intermediate goods prices rose 0.1% in the euro area in September. Capital goods and durable and non-durable goods prices were stable compared to the previous month.
Among member countries, the largest monthly growth in the prices of industrial products was recorded in Belgium, Lithuania and the United Kingdom, with prices rising by 0.9% in all three countries, while Estonia was the biggest decline, with producer prices falling by 1.3%. August.
British FTSE is down as the UK services sector plummets
The UK services sector posted the slowest pace of expansion in seven months in October, data from EHSMarket and the Chartered Procurement and Supply Institute said on Monday. The PMI for services fell more than expected to 52.2 in October from 53.9 in September. The expected level was 53.4.
The FTSE 100 fell in the UK on Tuesday as nearly two-thirds of its components fell amid uncertainty over the near-term growth prospects of the global economy due to trade-related issues. Also, with some major economic and political events scheduled for this week, investors seem to be a little reluctant to make significant moves.
In the US midterm elections, Democrats are expected to regain control of the House of Representatives while Republicans retain a slim majority in the Senate. Global stocks may rally in the hope of further tax cuts if Republicans retain a majority of the House of Representatives.
- The FTSE 100 index fell 22.34 points, or 0.31%, at 7081.50. On Monday, the index ended up 0.14%.
- Morison Supermarket, the leading loser in the index, fell to 5.5%. Intertek, Dixons Carphone, WPP, CRH, British American Tobacco and BT Group fell 1.7% to 2.2%.
- Shares of Persimon, Intercontinental Hotels, Vodafone Group, Kingfisher, DFC, Standard Life
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