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Old 02-20-2020, 07:56 PM   Nav to Top  #281
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Japan Inflation Data On Tap For Friday



Japan is on Friday scheduled to release January figures for consumer prices, headlining a busy day for Asia-Pacific economic activity.

Overall inflation is expected to gain 0.7 percent on year, slowing from 0.8 percent in December. Core CPI is tipped to gain an annual 0.8 percent, up from 0.7 percent in the previous month.

Japan also will see February readings for the manufacturing PMI from Jibun Bank and the services and composite PMIs from Nikkei. In January, the manufacturing PMI had a score of 48.8, while the services PMI was at 51.0 and the composite came in at 50.1.

Japan also will see December data for the all industry activity index, with forecasts suggesting an increase of 0.3 percent on month - slowing from 0.9 percent in the previous month.

Malaysia will see January figures for consumer prices; in December, inflation was up 0.2 percent on month and 1.0 percent on year.

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German Business Confidence Improves In February



Germany's business confidence improved in February, reports said citing survey data from the ifo institute on Monday.

The business climate index rose to 96.1 in February from 96.0 in the previous month. The score was above the forecast of 95.3.

The assessment of current situation weakened from last month, while expectations improved in February.

The current conditions index came in at 98.9 in February versus consensus of 98.6. At the same time, the expectations index rose to 93.4 compared to economists' forecast of 92.1.
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Australia Construction Work Data Due On Wednesday



Australia will on Wednesday release Q4 numbers for construction work done, highlighting a light day for Asia-Pacific economic activity. Construction work is expected to fall 1.0 percent on quarter after losing 0.4 percent in the three months prior.

Japan will provide January figures for supermarket sales; in December, sales were down 3.3 percent on year.

Singapore will see January data for industrial production; in December, industrial production was up 4.1 percent on month and down 0.7 percent on year.

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New Zealand Trade Deficit NZ$340 Million In January



New Zealand posted a merchandise trade deficit of NZ$340 million in January, Statistics New Zealand said on Thursday.

That beat expectations for a shortfall of NZ$549 million following the NZ$547 million surplus in December.

Exports climbed an annual 8.8 percent or NZ$382 million in January to NZ$4.73 billion, exceeding forecasts for NZ$4.44 billion after coming in at NZ$5.54 billion a month earlier.

The leading contributor to the rise was exports of meat and edible offal, up NZ$187 million (31 percent) to NZ$800 million. Milk powder, butter, and cheese rose NZ$115 million (7.7 percent) to NZ$1.6 billion.

Exports to China were up NZ$302 million (31 percent) to NZ$1.3 billion, led by a rise in milk powder, butter, and cheese (up NZ$143 million); beef (up NZ$77 million); and logs, wood, and wood articles (up NZ$32 million).

Exports to the United States were up NZ$69 million (16 percent) to NZ$489 million. The rise was led by casein and caseinates (up NZ$23 million) and beef (up NZ$24 million).

Imports were down 4.0 percent on year or NZ$212 million to NZ$5.07 billion versus expectations for NZ$5.00 billion, which would have been roughly unchanged from the previous month.

This fall was led by vehicles, parts, and accessories, down NZ$116 million (17 percent) to NZ$591 million. Fertilizers also fell NZ$51 million (48 percent) to NZ$57 million.

On an annual basis, goods exports rose NZ$3.0 billion (5.2 percent) to NZ$60.3 billion, marking the first time it has reached NZ$60 billion. Goods imports rose NZ$400 million (0.6 percent) to NZ$64.2 billion. The annual trade balance was a deficit of NZ$3.9 billion.

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Australia Private Sector Credit Gains 0.3% In January



Private sector credit in Australia was up 0.3 percent on month in January, the Reserve Bank of Australia said on Friday - exceeding forecasts for 0.2 percent, which would have been unchanged from the previous month.

On a yearly basis, private sector credit was up 2.5 percent - again topping expectations for 2.4 percent, which would have been unchanged from the December reading.

Housing credit was up 0.3 percent on month and 3.1 percent on year, while personal credit lost 0.6 percent on month and 5.0 percent on year and business credit gained 0.5 percent on month and 2.8 percent on year.

Broad money was up 0.4 percent on month and 4.2 percent on year.

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BoJ Chief Vows To Ensure Stability In Financial Markets



Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda on Monday said the bank will ensure stability in the financial markets via asset purchases.

"The Bank of Japan will closely monitor future developments, and will strive to provide ample liquidity and ensure stability in financial markets through appropriate market operations and asset purchases," he said in a statement.

He noted that global financial and capital markets have been unstable with rising uncertainties about the outlook for economic activity due to the spread of the novel coronavirus.
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Japan Monetary Base Jumps 3.6% In February



The monetary base in Japan was up 3.6 percent on year in February, the Bank of Japan said on Tuesday - coming in at 510.631 trillion yen.

That follows the 2.9 percent increase in January.

Banknotes in circulation were up 2.0 percent on year, while coins in circulation gained 2.1 percent.

Current account balances gained 4.0 percent, including a 3.1 percent jump in reserve balances.

The adjusted monetary base surged an annual 12.4 percent to 521.104 trillion yen.

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Australia GDP On Tap For Wednesday



Australia is on Wednesday scheduled to release Q4 numbers for gross domestic product, highlighting a busy day in Asia-Pacific economic activity. GDP is expected to gain 0.4 percent on quarter and 2.0 percent on year after rising 0.4 percent on quarter and 1.7 percent on year in the previous three months.

Australia also will see February data for the Performance of Construction Index from AiG; in January, the index score was 41.3.

China will see February results for the services and composite indexes from Caixin; in January, their scores were 51.8 and 51.9, respectively.

Japan will see final February numbers for the services and composite indexes from Jibun Bank; their previous scores were 46.7 and 47.0, respectively.

New Zealand will provide January figures for building permits; in December, permits were up 9.9 percent.

Malaysia will provide January data for imports, exports and trade balance. In December, imports were worth 73.82 billion ringgit and exports were at 86.40 billion ringgit for a trade surplus of 12.58 billion ringgit.

The Philippines will release February figures for consumer prices; in January, overall inflation was up 0.6 percent on month and 2.9 percent on year, while core CPI gained an annual 3.3 percent.

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Australia Trade Surplus A$5.210 Billion In January



Australia posted a seasonally adjusted merchandise trade surplus of A$5.210 billion in January, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said on Thursday - down 3.0 percent on month.

That exceeded expectations for a surplus of A$4.80 billion following the A$5.223 billion surplus in the previous month.

Exports were down 3.0 percent on month to A$40.122 billion,

Non-monetary gold fell A$735 million (34 percent), non-rural goods fell A$714 million (3 percent) and net exports of goods under merchanting fell A$8 million. Rural goods rose A$236 million (6 percent). Services credits rose A$54 million (1 percent).

Imports sank 3.0 percent on month to A$34.911 billion.

Capital goods fell A$640 million (10 percent), intermediate and other merchandise goods fell A$466 million (4 percent) and consumption goods fell A$19 million. Non-monetary gold rose A$225 million (60 percent). Services debits fell A$101 million (1 percent).

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Japan Household Spending Sinks 3.9% On Year In January

The average of household spending in Japan was down 3.9 percent on year in January, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications said on Friday - coming in at 287,173 yen.

That was in line with expectations following the 4.8 percent decline in December.

The average of monthly income per household stood at 484,697 yen, up an annual 2.1 percent.

Individually, spending was down for food, housing, fuel, furniture, clothing, medical care, communication, education and recreation.

Disposable income was up 2.3 percent and consumption expenditures fell 4.9 percent.

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