The cost of living in the US increased slightly more quickly than anticipated amid broad gains in prices by categories.
German officials have confirmed that the country’s economic recovery is underway after industrial production passed its lowest point.
Money supply growth in China cooled last month but some economists were confident that it would prove temporary.
Producer prices in the US continued retreating last month amid sharp drops in the cost of food and in retailers' margins.
Job openings in the US continued to recover in May but remained far below their year earlier levels, the results of a widely-followed survey revealed.
Hiring in the States continued to recover at a faster-than-expected clip last month, resulting in a sharp drop in unemployment, but analysts remained exceedingly cautious.
Weekly jobless claims in the States continued to drift lower last week, but only slightly once again and by less than economists had forecast.
Policymakers at the US central bank, the Federal Reserve, believe that the economy may require government support for some time and are not yet convinced of the cost-benefit trade-off of using so-called yield curve control measures.
Manufacturing in the US picked up the tempo significantly last month, but economists were at pains to stress that it was doing so from still "very depressed" levels of activity.
US businesses continued to bring workers back from furlough throughout June as the country's economy attempted to slowly return to normal.
Home prices in the States continued moving higher in May, but a bit more slowly than anticipated.
Price pressures in the single currency bloc edged higher last month but nearly half its members remained in deflation.
The Covid-19 pandemic put many home purchases on ice, but the market is quickly thawing, the results of a closely-followed survey revealed.
Germany inflation nudged higher in June to beat consensus expectations, official data showed on Monday.
Mortgage approvals tumbled to a fresh low in May, figures from the Bank of England showed on Monday, as the Covid-19 pandemic continued to weigh heavily on the UK property sector.
The University of Michigan's consumer confidence index jumped increased from May's level of 72. 3 to 78. 1 for June, coming in slightly worse than the preliminary reading of 78. 9 published roughly a fortnight before.
American's income and spending both came in ahead of forecasts in May, despite which personal savings remained at record levels.
Firings in the US only dipped a little last week but the figures most closely linked to hiring did show some improvement.
Unite Group will place shares to optimise its capital structure by paying down debt and to fund organic growth.
Home-selling activity in the States rebounded last month, albeit from a depressed base.