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post Apr 29 2020, 06:12 AM
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Australia Inflation Rises 0.3% In Q1



Overall consumer prices in Australia were up 0.3 percent on quarter in the first quarter of 2020, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said on Wednesday. That exceeded expectations for an increase of 0.2 percent and was down from 0.7 percent in the three months prior.

On a yearly basis, inflation climbed 2.2 percent - again topping forecasts for 2.0 percent and up from 1.8 percent in Q4.

The Reserve Bank of Australia's trimmed mean was up 0.5 percent on quarter and 1.8 percent on year following the 0.4 percent quarterly increase and the 1.6 percent yearly gain in the previous three months.

The RBA's weighted median was up 0.5 percent on quarter and 1.7 percent on year after adding 0.4 percent on quarter and 1.3 percent on year in the fourth quarter.

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post Apr 30 2020, 06:32 AM
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Australia Private Sector Credit Climbs 1.1% In March



Private sector credit in Australia was up 1.1 percent on month in March, the Reserve Bank of Australia said on Thursday - accelerating from 0.4 percent in February.

On a yearly basis, credit jumped 3.6 percent - slowing from 3.9 percent in the previous month.

Housing credit was up 3.0 percent on month and 3.1 percent on year, while personal credit fell 1.4 percent on month and 6.5 percent on year and business credit advanced 2.9 percent on month and 6.3 percent on year.

Broad money was up 2.7 percent on month and 6.3 percent on year.

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post May 4 2020, 04:34 AM
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Vietnam Manufacturing PMI Falls To 32.7 In April - IHS Marketing



The Vietnam manufacturing sector continued to contract in April, and at a faster rate because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the latest survey from IHS Marketing revealed on Monday with a manufacturing PMI score of 32.7.

That's down from 41.9 in March and it moves further beneath the boom-or-bust line of 50 that separates expansion from contraction.

Individually, there were severe declines in output and new orders, while employment was also down at a record pace.

Firms were pessimistic regarding the 12-month outlook.

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post May 4 2020, 04:34 AM
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Vietnam Manufacturing PMI Falls To 32.7 In April - IHS Marketing



The Vietnam manufacturing sector continued to contract in April, and at a faster rate because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the latest survey from IHS Marketing revealed on Monday with a manufacturing PMI score of 32.7.

That's down from 41.9 in March and it moves further beneath the boom-or-bust line of 50 that separates expansion from contraction.

Individually, there were severe declines in output and new orders, while employment was also down at a record pace.

Firms were pessimistic regarding the 12-month outlook.

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post May 5 2020, 06:22 AM
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Aussie Slightly Down After RBA Decision



The Reserve Bank of Australia kept its benchmark lending rate at 0.25 percent, as expected. Following the announcement, the aussie fell slightly against its major rivals.

The aussie was trading at 68.67 against the yen, 1.6925 against the euro, 0.6440 against the greenback and 1.0627 against the kiwi around 12:34 am ET.

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post May 6 2020, 06:33 AM
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European Economics Preview: Germany Factory Orders Data Due



Factory orders from Germany and final composite Purchasing Managers' survey from euro area are due on Wednesday, headlining a light day for the European economic news.

At 2.00 am ET, Destatis is set to release Germany's factory orders for March. Economists forecast orders to fall 10 percent on month after falling 1.4 percent in February.

At 3.00 am ET, retail sales figures are due from Hungary and the Czech Republic. The Czech retail sales are expected to fall 9 percent annually, following February's 7.4 percent increase.

At 3.15 am ET, IHS Markit releases Spain's services PMI data. The PMI is seen at 10.0 in April versus 23.0 in March.

At 3.45 am ET, Italy's services PMI data is due. Economists expect the index to decline to 9.0 in April from 17.4 in March. Thereafter, final PMI survey data is due from France and Germany at 3.50 and 3.55 am ET, respectively.

At 4.00 am ET, IHS Markit publishes euro area final composite PMI data. Economists expect the index to drop to 13.5 in April, as initially estimated, from 29.7 in March.

Half an hour later, UK IHS Markit/CIPS construction PMI survey data is due. The construction PMI is forecast to drop to 22.0 in April from 39.3 in March.

At 5.00 am ET, Eurostat releases euro area retail sales data. Sales are forecast to decline 10.5 percent on month in March, reversing a 0.9 percent rise in February.

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post May 7 2020, 06:08 AM
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China Services PMI Rises To 44.4 In April - Caixin



The services sector in China continued to contract in April, albeit at a slightly slower pace, the latest survey from Caixin showed on Thursday with a Services PMI score of 44.4.

That's up from 43.0 in March, although it remains beneath the boom-or-bust line of 50 that separates expansion from contraction.

Individually, total new work fell at a modest rate, although export sales tumbled at a near-record pace. Companies trimmed their staff numbers for the third month in a row.

The survey also showed that the composite index ticked up to 47.6 in April from 46.7 in March.

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post May 8 2020, 06:42 AM
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Malaysia Jobless Rate Rises In March



Malaysia's unemployment rate rose in March, data from the Department of Statistics showed on Friday.

The jobless rate rose to 3.9 percent in March from 3.3 percent in February. In the same month last year, the unemployment rate was 3.4 percent.

On a seasonally adjusted basis, jobless rate rose to 3.9 percent in March from 3.3 percent in the previous month.

The number of unemployed increased to 610,500 in March from 525,200 in the previous month.

The number of employed decreased to 15.23 million in March from 15.34 million in the prior month.

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post May 11 2020, 04:47 AM
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New Zealand Electronic Card Spending Plummets In April



The total value of overall electronic spending in New Zealand was down a seasonally adjusted 48 percent or NZ$3.5 billion in April, Statistics New Zealand said on Monday - following the 8.6 percent drop in March.

Spending in the retail industries fell 47 percent (NZ$2.6 billion), while spending in the core retail industries - which excludes the automobile-related industries) fell 44 percent (NZ$2.2 billion).

The non-retail (excluding services) category was down NZ$686 million (47 percent), and the services category fell NZ$200 million (84 percent) in April 2020.

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post May 12 2020, 06:29 AM
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China Inflation Slows To 3.3% In April



Consumer prices in China were up 3.3 percent on year in April, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Tuesday.

That was beneath expectations for an annual increase of 3.7 percent and down from 4.3 percent in March.

On a monthly basis, consumer prices sank 0.9 percent - again missing forecasts for a decline of 0.5 percent after sliding 1.2 percent in the previous month.

The stats bureau also reported that producer prices tumbled 3.1 percent on year - well shy of expectations for a drop of 2.6 percent and down sharply from the 1.5 percent decline a month

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post May 13 2020, 06:37 AM
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Japan Overall Bank Lending Jumps 3.0% On Year



Overall bank lending in Japan was up 3.0 percent on year in April, the Bank of Japan said on Wednesday - coming in at 553.486 trillion yen.

That's up sharply from the 2.0 percent annual increase in March.

Excluding trusts, bank lending gained 3.1 percent on year to 482.863trillion yen - up from 2.2 percent a month earlier.

Lending from trusts rose 1.7 percent to 70.622 trillion yen- up from 1.0 percent in the previous month. Lending from foreign banks surged 25.7 percent to 3.506 trillion yen.

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post May 14 2020, 06:39 AM
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Australia Unemployment Rate Rises To 6.2% In April



The jobless rate in Australia came in at a seasonally adjusted 6.2 percent in April, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said on Thursday. That was up from 5.2 percent in March but was well beneath expectations for 8.3 percent.

The Australian economy lost 594,300 jobs last month to 12,418,700 - missing forecasts for a decline of 575,000 following the increase of 5,900 jobs in the previous month.

Full-time employment decreased 220,500 to 8,656,900 people and part-time employment decreased 373,800 to 3,761,800 people.

Unemployment increased 104,500 to 823,300 people. Underutilization rate increased 5.9 pts to 19.9 percent.

The participation rate was 63.5 percent in April, well shy of expectations for 65.2 percent and down from 66.0 percent a month earlier.

Monthly hours worked in all jobs decreased 163.9 million hours to 1,625.8 million hours.

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post May 15 2020, 06:43 AM
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China Industrial Output Rises 3.9% On Year In April



Industrial production in China was up 3.9 percent on year in April, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Friday.

That exceeded expectations for an increase of 1.5 percent following the 1.1 percent decline in March.

The bureau also noted that retail sales fell an annual 7.5 percent - missing expectations for a drop of 7.0 percent after tumbling 15.8 percent in the previous month.

Fixed asset investment sank 10.3 percent on year, also shy of expectations for a decline of 10.0 percent after plunging 16.1 percent a month earlier.

The jobless rate came in at 5.8 percent, down from 5.9 percent in March. RSS feed

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China Industrial Output Rises 3.9% On Year In April



Industrial production in China was up 3.9 percent on year in April, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Friday.

That exceeded expectations for an increase of 1.5 percent following the 1.1 percent decline in March.

The bureau also noted that retail sales fell an annual 7.5 percent - missing expectations for a drop of 7.0 percent after tumbling 15.8 percent in the previous month.

Fixed asset investment sank 10.3 percent on year, also shy of expectations for a decline of 10.0 percent after plunging 16.1 percent a month earlier.

The jobless rate came in at 5.8 percent, down from 5.9 percent in March. RSS feed

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post May 18 2020, 06:33 AM
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Singapore Exports Rise Unexpectedly In April



Singapore's non-oil domestic exports increased unexpectedly in April, data from Enterprise Singapore showed on Monday.

Non-oil domestic exports increased 9.7 percent year-on-year in April, confounding expectations for a decline of 5 percent. Nonetheless, the pace of growth eased from 17.6 percent logged in March. Electronic NODX fell by 0.6 percent, while non-electronic NODX gained 12.8 percent.

On a monthly basis, NODX declined 5.8 percent in April, after a 12.8 percent rise in the previous month.

NODX to the top markets grew in April, though exports to China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand declined. The largest contributors to the growth were the US, the EU 27 and Japan, data showed.

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post May 19 2020, 04:36 AM
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New Zealand Producer Price Outputs Add 0.1% In Q1



Producer price outputs in New Zealand were up 0.1 percent on quarter in the first quarter of 2020, Statistics New Zealand said on Tuesday - slowing from 0.4 percent in the three month prior.

Producer price inputs fell 0.3 percent on quarter after rising 0.1 percent in the previous three months.

On a yearly basis, outputs gained 2.2 percent and inputs were up 1.2 percent. Farm expenses price index (FEPI) were flat on quarter and up 1.0 percent on year, while capital goods price index (CGPI) rose 0.6 percent on quarter and 2.9 percent on year.

Salaries and wages rose 0.3 percent on quarter and 2.5 percent on year.

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post May 20 2020, 04:20 AM
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Japan March Core Machine Orders Ease 0.4%



Core machine orders in Japan slid a seasonally adjusted 0.4 percent on month in March, the Cabinet Office said on Wednesday - standing at 854.7 billion yen.

That beat expectations for a tumble 0.7.1 percent following the 2.3 percent increase in February.

On a yearly basis, core machine orders sank 0.7 percent - again beating forecasts for a all of 9.5 percent following the 2.3 percent drop in the previous month.

The total value of machinery orders received by 280 manufacturers operating in Japan increased by a seasonally adjusted 3.0 percent on month and 0.9 percent on year in March at 2,289.0 billion yen.

Manufacturing orders fell 8.2 percent on quarter and 3.2 percent on year, while non-manufacturing orders added 5.3 percent on quarter and 0.9 percent on year.

Government orders surged 17.1 percent on month and 66.5 percent on year, while orders from overseas fell 1.3 percent on month and 14.4 percent on year. Orders through agencies sank 3.3 percent on month and 5.8 percent on year.

For the first quarter of 2020, core machine orders slid 0.7 percent on quarter and 1.0 percent on year. Total machine orders gained 3.9 percent on quarter and fell 0.7 percent on year in Q1.

Manufacturing orders added 1.8 percent on quarter and lost 3.4 percent on year in Q1, while non-manufacturing orders fell 5.1 percent on quarter and rose 0.6 percent on year.

Government orders soared 25.5 percent on quarter and 45.0 percent on year, while orders from overseas gained 8.7 percent on quarter and lost 8.7 percent on year. Orders through agencies gained 3.6 percent on quarter and fell 4.1 percent on year.

Core machine orders are now predicted to fall 0.7 percent on quarter in Q2 and 10.4 percent on year.

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post May 21 2020, 06:17 AM
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European Economics Preview: Eurozone Flash PMI Data Due



Flash Purchasing Mangers' survey results from euro area and the UK are due on Thursday, headlining a busy day for the European economic news.

At 3.15 am ET, IHS Markit is scheduled to issue France's PMI data. Economists forecast the composite output index to improve to 32.0 in May from 11.1 a month ago.

At 3.30 am ET, Germany's flash PMI data is due. The composite index is seen at 34.1 in May versus 17.4 in the previous month.

At 4.00 am ET, Eurozone composite PMI data is due. The index is expected to advance to 25.0 in May from 13.6 in April.

In the meantime, industrial production and producer prices are due from Poland. Economists forecast industrial output to fall 10 percent annually in April, faster than the 2.3 percent decrease in March.

At 4.30 am ET, IHS Markit/CIPS publishes UK flash composite PMI data. Economists forecast the composite indicator to rise to 25.0 in May from 13.8 in April.

At 6.00 am ET, the Confederation of British Industry releases Industrial Trends survey data. The order book balance is forecast to fall to -59 percent in May from -56 percent in the preceding period.

At 7.00 am ET, Turkey's central bank interest rate announcement is due. Economists expect the central bank to cut its one-week repo rate to 8.25 percent from 8.75 percent.

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Bank Of Japan Launches New Lending Program



The Bank of Japan introduced a new lending program to help small and medium-sized firms and left its target for short-term interest rate and the bond yield target unchanged on Friday.

At the emergency meeting, the policy board of the BoJ unanimously decided to launch a lending scheme worth about JPY 30 trillion to support SMEs struggling to operate amid the spread of the novel coronavirus, or Covid-19.

According to the new scheme, the bank will provide funds to eligible counterparties against pooled collateral for up to 1 year at the loan rate of zero percent.

The board voted 8-1 to retain the interest rate at -0.1 percent on current accounts that financial institutions maintain at the central bank.

Also, the bank will continue purchase a necessary amount of Japanese government bonds without setting an upper limit so that 10-year JGB yields will remain at around zero percent.

As for CP and corporate bonds, the BoJ will maintain their amounts outstanding at about JPY 2 trillion and about JPY 3 trillion, respectively.

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