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The Australian Bureau of Statistics announced yesterday that in January 39,100 new jobs were created - more than double the number that was expected.
The unemployment rate for January stood at five percent, the lowest percentage in six and a half years. These figures prove that the Australian economy is going from strength to strength.
The latest on Brexit subject is that the Spanish Foreign Minister, Josep Borrell, has told Bloomberg that there is progress being made. This may shine some light in the tunnel, bringing hope that the outcome of Theresa May's meeting tonight with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker may be a positive one.
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- German IFO business climate index drops in May
- Eurozone: Flash PMI signals subdued business growth amid stagnant demand
- German private sector maintains modest pace of output growth in May - IHS Markit
- Germany's GDP increased by 0.4% in the first quarter of 2019, as expected