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• US employers added 113,000 jobs, this comes despite the jobless rate hitting a five year low of 6.6%. Janet Yellen, the newly appointed Fed cha.....

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• US employers added 113,000 jobs, this comes despite the jobless rate hitting a five year low of 6.6%. Janet Yellen, the newly appointed Fed chair consider further tapering should the US economy see improvement. • Despite a recent fall in inflation in January, the European Central Bank kept rates on hold, increasing concerns that the Eurozone could be heading towards a stint of deflation. However, on the back of stronger-than-expected growth of its biggest economies, France and Germany, news has been relatively positive in the region and reports supporting a recovery emerged. • Economic indicators for Japan were a mixed bag of both positive and negative results this month. • Brazil reported its biggest monthly trade deficit in history in January. • The positive trade figures also add to expectations China will overtake the US as the worlds largest trading nation this year. • India’s wholesale-price inflation slowed last month by more than economists estimated.

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