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US data starts at 1230GMT with jobless claims and the international trade balance. Initial jobless claims are expected to increase by 9,000 claims to 410,000 in the October 8 week. Seasonal adjustment factors expect unadjusted claims to rise sharply in the current week, the first full week of the new quarter. The international trade gap is expected to rise to $45.5 billion in August after narrowing sharply in July on widespread import declines. In August, Boring reported 18 orders from foreign buyers and 34 deliveries to foreign
buyers, both up from July. The import price index fell 0.4% on a sharp decline in energy imports. Excluding the energy price drop, import prices were up 0.3%. At the same time, export prices rose 0.5%, boosted by agriculture prices.
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