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IFX Gertrude
post Jan 8 2020, 01:45 AM
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Australia Construction Sector Sinks Deeper Into Contraction



The construction sector in Australia continued to contract in December, and at a faster rate, the latest survey from the Australian Industry Group revealed on Wednesday with a six-and-a-half-year low PMI score of 38.9.

That's down from 40 in November and it moves further beneath the boom-or-bust line of 50 that separates expansion from contraction.

Overall activity, new orders and supplier deliveries all grew substantially weaker to fuel the overall index decline.

"Australia's construction sector ended 2019 on a low note with activity, employment and new orders all falling in December. The performance of the engineering construction sector slumped further, declining at the most precipitous rate in more than a decade. Commercial construction and apartment building activity also ended the year heading lower," Ai Group Head of Policy Peter Burn said.

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post Jan 9 2020, 02:26 AM
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China Inflation Data Due On Thursday



China will on Thursday release December numbers for consumer and producer prices, highlighting a busy day for Asia-Pacific economic activity.

Consumer prices are expected to rise 4.7 percent on year, up from 4.5 percent in November. Producer prices are called lower by an annual 0.4 percent after sliding 1.4 percent in the previous month.

China also will see new loan data for December, with forecasts suggesting a total of 1,250 billion yuan - down from 1,390.0 billion in November.

Australia will provide November numbers for trade balance, with forecasts suggesting a surplus of A$4.10 billion - down from A$4.502 billion in October. Imports were worth A$36.25 billion and exports were at A$40.75 billion in October.

New Zealand will see December figures for the commodity price index from ANZ; in November, the index was up 4.3 percent.

The Philippines will provide November numbers for imports, exports and trade balance. In October, imports were worth $9.57 billion and exports were at $6.32 billion for a trade deficit of $3.25 billion.

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post Jan 10 2020, 04:45 AM
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Japan Leading Index Data Due On Friday



Japan will on Friday see preliminary November numbers for its leading and coincident indexes, highlighting a modest day for Asia-Pacific economic activity.

The leading index is tipped to show a score of 90.9, down from 91.6 in October. The coincident is pegged at 95.2, down barely from 92.3 in the previous month.

Japan also will see November figures for household spending, with forecasts suggesting a decline of 2.0 percent on year following the 5.1 percent decline a month earlier.

Australia will provide November numbers for retail sales, with forecasts calling for a gain of 0.4 percent on month following the flat reading in October.

Malaysia will release November data for industrial and manufacturing production; in October, they were up an annual 0.3 percent and 2.2 percent, respectively.

Singapore will provide November numbers for retail sales; in October, sales were down 2.2 percent on month and 4.3 percent on year.

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post Jan 13 2020, 08:09 AM
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Malaysia Jobless Rate Steady In November



Malaysia's unemployment rate remained stable in November, data from the Department of Statistics showed on Monday.

The jobless rate was 3.2 percent in November, the same as seen in October. In the same period last year, the unemployment rate was 3.3 percent.

On a seasonally adjusted basis, jobless rate rose marginally to 3.3 percent in November from 3.2 percent in October.

The number of unemployed increased to 513,900 in November from 512,100 in the previous month.

The number of employed increased to 15.31 million in November from 15.26 million in the prior month.





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post Jan 14 2020, 03:37 AM
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New Zealand Building Permits Sink 8.5% In November



The total number of building permits issued in New Zealand tumbled a seasonally adjusted 8.5 percent on month in November, Statistics New Zealand said on Tuesday - standing at 3,204.

That followed the downwardly revised 1.3 percent decline in October (originally -1.1 percent).

Individually, permits were issued for 1,980 stand-alone houses, 722 townhouses, 291 apartments and 211 retirement village units.

In the year ended November 2019, the actual number of new dwellings consented was 37,010, up 13 percent from the November 2018 year.

The annual value of non-residential building work consented was NZ$7.4 billion, up 4.9 percent from the November 2018 year.

By region, the numbers of new dwellings consented in the year ended November 2019 (compared with the November 2018 year) were: 14,866 in Auckland - up 16 percent; 4,176 in Waikato - up 13 percent; 3,036 in Wellington - up 11 percent; 5,849 in rest of North Island - up 6.9 percent; 5,310 in Canterbury - up 14 percent; and 3,772 in rest of South Island - up 10 percent.

In the year ended November 2019, non-residential building consents totaled NZ$7.4 billion, up 4.9 percent from the November 2018 year.

In the November 2019 year, the non-residential building types with the highest values were: education buildings - NZ$1.0 billion (down 1.5 percent); shops, restaurants, and bars - NZ$1.0 billion (down 5.4 percent); and offices, administration, and public transport buildings - NZ$981 million (up 6.3 percent).

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post Jan 15 2020, 04:16 AM
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Japan M2 Money Stock Steady At 2.7% In December



The M2 money stock in Japan was up 2.7 percent on year in December, the Bank of Japan said on Wednesday - coming in at 1,041.6 trillion yen.

That follows the 2.7 percent increase in November.

The M3 money stock was up an annual 2.3 percent at 1,374.5 trillion yen following the 2.2 percent gain in the previous month.

The L money stock climbed 2.7 percent at 1,833.6 trillion yen, accelerating from the 2.4 percent gain a month earlier.

For the fourth quarter of 2019, M2 was up 2.6 percent, M3 was up 2.2 percent and L also rose 2.3 percent.

For all of 2019, M2 gained 2.4 percent, M3 added 2.1 percent and L rose 1.9 percent.

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post Jan 16 2020, 02:43 AM
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Japan Core Machine Orders Surge 18.0% In November



Core machine orders in Japan jumped a seasonally adjusted 18.0 percent on month, the Cabinet Office said on Thursday - coming in at 942.7 billion yen.

That blew past expectations for an increase of 2.9 percent following the 6.0 percent slide in October.

On a yearly basis, core machine orders climbed 5.3 percent - again exceeding expectations for a decline of 5.3 percent following the 6.1 percent fall in the previous month.

Manufacturing orders rose 0.6 percent on month and lost 12.8 percent on year, while non-manufacturing orders surged 27.8 percent on month and 22.5 percent on year. Government orders dropped 8.7 percent on month and gained 0.2 percent on year.

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post Jan 17 2020, 01:53 AM
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New Zealand Manufacturing PMI Slips Into Contraction



The manufacturing sector in New Zealand fell into contraction ion December, the latest survey from BuzinessNZ showed on Friday with a PMI score of 49.3.

That's down from the downwardly revised 51.2 reading in November (originally 51.4) and it slips beneath the boom-or-bust line of 50 that separates expansion from contraction.

This was a second consecutive decrease in activity, and the lowest result since September.

Among the individual components, production and employment continued to contract, while new orders and deliveries remained in expansion but at a slower pace. Only finished stocks picked up steam.

"The December result was disappointing," BNZ Senior Economist, Craig Ebert said. "After a couple of months flirting with positivity, the PMI dipped back just below the breakeven line again."

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post Jan 17 2020, 02:25 AM
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New Zealand Manufacturing PMI Slips Into Contraction



The manufacturing sector in New Zealand fell into contraction ion December, the latest survey from BuzinessNZ showed on Friday with a PMI score of 49.3.

That's down from the downwardly revised 51.2 reading in November (originally 51.4) and it slips beneath the boom-or-bust line of 50 that separates expansion from contraction.

This was a second consecutive decrease in activity, and the lowest result since September.

Among the individual components, production and employment continued to contract, while new orders and deliveries remained in expansion but at a slower pace. Only finished stocks picked up steam.

"The December result was disappointing," BNZ Senior Economist, Craig Ebert said. "After a couple of months flirting with positivity, the PMI dipped back just below the breakeven line again."

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Japan Rate Decision On Tap For Monday



The Bank of Japan will on Monday wrap up its monetary policy meeting and then announce its decision on interest rates, highlighting a modest day for Asia-Pacific economic activity.

The BoJ is widely expected to keep its benchmark lending rate unchanged at -0.1 percent, although it may introduce other means of stimulus.

Japan also will see final November numbers for industrial production; the previous reading suggested a decline of 0.9 percent on month and 8.1 percent on year, while capacity utilization also fell 4.5 percent on month.

China will announce January numbers for loan prime rates. The one-year loan prime rate is called at 4.1 percent, down from 4.2 percent in December. The five-year loan prime rate is expected to be unchanged at 4.8 percent.

The central bank in Indonesia will conclude its monetary policy meeting and then announce its decision on interest rates. The bank is expected to keep its benchmark lending rate steady at 5.00 percent.

Hong Kong will see December data for unemployment; in November, the jobless rate was 3.2 percent.

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