Economic data due from Asia today - and BOJ's Kuroda to speak

20 June 2016, 06:03
Sherif Hasan

Bank of Japan Governor Kuroda is due to speak today, at Keio University in Tokyo

No topic listed, nor a starting time.
So, he could say ANYTHING! at ANYTIME! OMG

What else?

2200GMT - New Zealand - Westpac with Q2 Consumer confidence (prior 109.6)
2230GMT - New Zealand - Services PMI for May, prior 57.7
2301GMT - From the UK, Rightmove House Prices for June, prior +0.4% m/m and +7.8% y/y

2350GMT - Japan - Trade balance for May
  • expected Y 70bn, prior Y823.2bn
And adjusted trade balance for May (there'll be an impact in these from the April earthquakes)
  • expected Y113.4bn, prior Y426.6bn
Don't call yet, 'cause it also includes Exports y/y
  • expected -10%, prior -10.1%
And for the first eleventy billion callers, we'll throw in Imports as well
  • expected -13.8% y/y, prior -23.3bn
None of these data points should be too much of an FX mover, but there may be something. And, of course, stay tuned for Brexit headlines.
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