Here is what’s on the economic calendar in Asia today

Author: Eamonn Sheridan | Category: News

There is not much likely to move the forex in this lot today - maybe the trade data from China

It being Friday the thirteenth might put a dampener on some activity here also.

2230 GMT New Zealand BusinessNZ manufacturing PMI for June, prior 54.5

0000 GMT Fed's Kashkart speaks ... on immigration! I wonder if he will have much to say on his economic outlook or monetary policy in that topic. Does not seem likely. As always, wait and see.

0110 GMT Bank of Japan Japanese Government Bond buying operation

  • 5-10, 10-25, 25+ years until maturity targeted today

Sometime after 0200 GMT expect the Chinese trade data for June.

I'll have more to come on this separately but I popped up a preview for it here yesterday:

Later from Japan, due at 0430 GMT, final industrial production figures for May

Also, as I have mentioned a few times this week - at some stage there will be data from China. No specific date nor time is scheduled, it'll happen when it happens. Expected on or before the 15th 

  • New yuan loans, expected is 1535.0bn, prior was 1150.0bn

  • Aggregate financing RMB, expected is 1400.0bn, prior was 760.8bn

  • Money supply M0 y/y: expected is 3.5%, prior was 3.6%

  • Money supply M1 /y: expected is 5.9%, prior was 6.0%

  • Money supply M2 y/y: expected is 8.4%, prior was 8.3%

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