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DoEurozone: Composite PMI edges up in August
DoPoland: Retail sales bounce back solidly in July
DoDenmark: Consumer confidence improves in August
DoIndonesia: Bank Indonesia cuts rates for second straight meeting in August to spur growth
DoGermany: Germany: Composite PMI improves slightly in August but still languishes around six-year lows
DoJapan: Manufacturing PMI inches up in August but remains in contractionary territory
DoGermany: Composite PMI improves slightly in August
DoNetherlands: Consumer confidence deteriorates in August
DoSouth Africa: Inflation slides to six-month low in July
DoCanada: Inflation is unchanged in July at Central Bank's target midpoint
DoJapan: Manufacturing PMI inches up in August but remains in contraction
MiPoland: Industrial output rebounds strongly in July
MiCanada: House prices tick up in July, although momentum in the market is soft
MiColombia: Consumers become less pessimistic in July
MiLuxembourg: Unemployment stable in July
MiGuatemala: Inflation eases in July
DiSlovakia: Inflation rises to over-year high in July
DiJapan: Drop in exports softens in July
DiSouth Africa: Rand tumbles on slew of worrisome news
DiChina: New tariffs to hit certain Chinese exports from 1 September, but some delayed until December
DiChile: Economic activity remains stunted in Q2
DiEurozone: Inflation falls to over two-year low in July
MoChina: New tariffs to hit Chinese certain exports from 1 September, but some delayed until December
MoHong Kong: Protests damage economic environment, prompting government to unveil stimulus package
MoHong Kong: Economic growth slows for fifth consecutive quarter in Q2; near-term prospects look bleak