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DAILY MARKET OVERVIEW
Today's Top Market Headlines – Dec 13, 2016
OPEC-Russia deal could cut the Oil Surplus in half!

Oil stockpiles could be reduced by a rate of about 760,000 barrels a day in the first half of next year if OPEC and 11 other oil producers deliver on the deal to implement supply cuts, according to data from the International Energy Agency. In just the first six months after the implementation of the deal, almost 46 percent of the 300 million-barrel stockpile surplus will be cleared. We should note however that achieving this target would require full compliance with the almost 1.8 million-barrel cut promised by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries.

U.K. Inflation skyrockets to 25-month highs!

U.K. inflation rose to a 25-month high on higher clothing and gasoline prices for November, suggesting greater pressure in the pipeline, factory gate prices which climbed the most since April 2012. Specifically, inflation rose to 1.2 percent from 0.9 percent in October, according to data released by the Office for National Statistics on Tuesday. This marks highest increase rate since October 2014 and exceeded expectations 1.1 percent. Month-on-month, consumer prices climbed 0.2 percent, in line with expectations. Core inflation that excludes energy, food, alcoholic beverages and tobacco, also increased to 1.4 percent from 1.2 percent. It is worth noting that BoE (the Bank of England), has forecast inflation to rise above the 2 percent target within the next twelve months.

European markets trade higher ahead of Fed meeting

Markets in Europe are seen trading modestly higher today as the markets focus on the upcoming meeting of the Federal Reserve and as Europe continues to rejoice over a newly found stability in Italy where the recently appointed Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni has unveiled the names for his caretaker government. Italy’s new PM is keeping most of the ministers from the executive led by Matteo Renzi. The European Commission was quick to announce that is willing to discuss options for Italian banks on Monday.
In today’s European stock indices trading, Germany’s DAX was last seen 0.6 percent higher at 11252.00, U.K.’s FTSE 100 added 0.7 percent to last trade at 6938.50, France’s CAC added 0.6 percent at 4787.30 while the Euro Stoxx 50 added 0.8 percent to last trade at 3225.00 as of 13:40 GMT.

China posts higher than expected industrial production and retail sales …

China’s industrial production and retail sales grew more than expected in November, suggesting a stronger than expected growth rate. Indicatively, production growth improved to 6.2 percent from 6.1 percent in October, according to data released by the National Bureau of Statistics on Tuesday. It is worth noting that analysts were expecting no change. Retail sales also advanced 10.8 percent, which is also faster than the 10 percent expansion seen in October. This marks the fastest growth since last December. Today’s strong data suggest that China’s recovery will be heading strong into 2017.