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

Author: Eamonn Sheridan | Category: News

Welcome to post-FOMC day

Focus for today is on the RBA

2100 GMT New Zealand ANZ Truckometer for October, this is an indicator for GDP based on traffic flows as a proxy

  • prior -2.6% m/m

2145 GMT New Zealand - Card Spending for October. Electroninc card spending accounts for just under 70% on what the consumer forks out (core retails sales) , its the main indicator for retails sales used in NZ

  • Retail expected +0.6% m/m, prior +1.1%
  • total prior +1.3%

2350 GMT Japan money stock M3 and M2. Official designation is 'gargantuan'

0030 GMT Australia - Reserve Bank of Australia Statement on Monetary Policy

  • This a quarterly publication from the bank

I popped up a preview yesterday here:

And, earlier in the week, the previews of the Tuesday RBA meeting also contained snippets on what to expect from the SoMP:

0110 GMT Bank of Japan JGB purchases

  • 1-3, 3-5, 10-25, 25+ years until maturity

0130 GMT China inflation figures for October

  • CPI expected 2.5%, prior 2.5%
  • PPI expected 3.3%, prior 3.6%

I'll have more to come on this separately

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