The United States released the income report for the month of August, where personal income decreased unexpectedly by 0.1%; the lowest since October 2009, and compared with the prior revised estimate of 0.1% and below median estimates of 0.1%, while personal spending came out at 0.2 percent as forecasted and much below and the prior revised estimate worth 0.7 percent.

The PCE deflator rose at an annualized 2.9% in August from the prior 2.8 percent and in line with the median estimates, while Core PCE rose in August by 0.1%, short from the the prior and median estimates of 0.2%, while compared with a year earlier, Core PCE rose at slower pace at 1.6% compared to the prior estimate and faintly below the 1.7 percent forecasted.