Employers in the US added 339,000 jobs in May, but at the same time 440,000 more people reported they were unemployed
Annual consumer prices in the Eurozone rose by 6.1% YoY in May, down from 7% in April.
UK average property prices were 3.4% lower compared to the previous year, accelerating the annual fall of 2.7% in April.
The headline CPI figure slowed down to 8.7% in April, from 10.1% in March, while core inflation accelerated to 6.8%, from 6.2%
US PCE price index decelerated further in March with the year over year rate dropped to merely 4.2%, down from 5.1% in February.
The UK CPI rose 10.1% in the year to March, still remain in double digits even though analysts expected the annual rate to fall to 9.8%
Consumer price index grew for March 5% over the past year, reaching the lowest level since May 2021. Nonetheless, Core CPI recorded a 5.6% increase, up from 5.5% in February.
Inflation in the US showed further signs of easing as the yearly growth of core PCE price index slowed to 4.6% in February, while the headline number increased by 5%.
Core PCE inflation rose 4.7% in January YoY, beating expectation of 4.4% increase. The Fed-preferred price index rose 0.6% MoM compared to the market expectation of 0.5%.