Guardian Stockbrokers Key Economic News Thursday 11 February 2021

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The key points from today’s economic news, brought to you by Guardian Stockbrokers.


UK house price balance dropped in January

In the UK, house price balance dropped to 50.00% in January, compared to a revised reading of 63.00% in the previous month.

German CPI rises as expected in January

In Germany, the final CPI recorded a rise of 1.00% on a YoY basis in January, meeting market expectations and compared to a drop of 0.30% in the previous month.

US CPI climbed less than expected in January

In the US, the CPI rose 1.40% on a YoY basis in January, compared to a rise of 1.40% in the previous month. Markets were expecting the CPI to record a rise of 1.50%.

US monthly budget deficit widened more than expected in January

In the US, the monthly budget deficit widened to $163.0 billion in January, compared to a deficit of $144.0 billion in the previous month. Markets were expecting the deficit to widen to $150.0 billion.

US number of mortgage applications dropped in the week ended 5 February 2021

In the US, the number of mortgage applications recorded a drop of 4.10% on a weekly basis in the week ended 5 February 2021, compared to a rise of 8.10% in the prior week.

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