Indicators of Euro-zone
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    Business climate

    Index: tracking.
    Indicator of the economic climate and the mood within the business community.

    Market impact: limited.
    The low value of the index implies an economic stagnation. The index has a limited influence over the market and the euro rate.

    Published: at the end of each month.

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    Construction PMI

    Index: advance.
    A poll is conducted among the construction sector managers, who should answer the questions regarding prices, new orders, terms of orders, etc. The answer must be "yes" or "no" or "unchanged". This is an advance indicator that helps keep track of the economic cycle.

    Market Impact: Limited.
    The index has a limited influence over the market. The index of 50 points is considered neutral, it means that changes did not happen at the last period, but the index buildup - an indicator of industrial growth, therefore index below 50 points means a decrease in production. The index growth helps to strengthen the European currency.

    Published: monthly.

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    Construction Production Index(Construction output)

    Index: tracking

    Market impact: limited.
    Monthly dynamics of the finished construction volume. The index Includes private housing and municipal facilities. Does not have a big impact on the market. It is an indicator of the economic climate, which affects the expectations of future periods.

    Published: in the middle of each month.

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    Consumer Confidence

    Index: tracking
    Calculated on the basis of the answers to the questions: assessment of the economic situation in the country, assessment of the proper financial condition and etc. Every segment of population is questioned. Responses must be "yes" or "no."

    Market Impact: High.
    Index has strong influence over the market and deemed an assessment of the Europe-wide well-being. The index growth leads to the Euro strengthening.

    Published: on the last days of each month.

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    Domestic credit

    Index: tracking.
    Loans to residents of the country.

    Market impact: limited.
    The indicator does not have much influence over the market, it is a measure of the economic situation in the Eurozone. Its growth has a favorable effect on the business optimism and expectations of future periods. The indicator is down in case of the economic recession.

    Published: monthly.

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    ECB Announcement

    Index: tracking.
    Setting the discount rate volume.

    Market Impact: High.
    It is the basic interest rate for the euro area to account loans issued to commercial banks. In case of the discount rate advance, it means the ECB tightens monetary policy and slowing down the economic growth. Rate greatly affects the markets, investors have great regard to it.

    Published: monthly.

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    ECB Monthly Bulletin

    Index: tracking.
    A detailed analysis of the economic situation in the Eurozone. The European Central Bank makes a report.

    Market impact: limited.
    The indicator has a little influence over the market. It is taken into account as an addition to the interest rate set by the Central Bank.

    Published: each month.

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