Here is what’s on the economic calendar in Asia today – Thursday 23 May 2019

News

Apart
from maybe something out of NZ at 2100GMT there is nothing else on
the economic data calendar to move the forex too much today folks.
Stay on alert for tape bombs of course.

2100
GMT New Zealand Finance Minister Grant Robertson gives a pre-budget
speech. A couple of days ago Robertson aid it was time to get happy
on the NZ economy. Maybe he has some fiscal goodies in store?

2300
GMT sees the publication of CBA / Markit preliminary Australian PMIs
for May. These flash estimates give an early reading on how the
economic developments are coming along this month.

  • Manufacturing prior 50.9
  • Services prior 50.1
  • Composite prior 50.0

2350 GMT from Japan – international securities flows for the week.

0030 GMT again from Japan – the Nikkei / Markit preliminary
Manufacturing PMI for May

  • prior 50.2

ForexLive

Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

$11 Trillion In Bonds Yield Less Than Zero. Does It Matter?
Eurozone April construction output -0.8% vs -0.3% m/m prior
Domino’s Pizza Inc Leads Pizza Chain Growth Across The World
Italy’s Conte: We have to change EU fiscal rules to focus on growth
Iran says that reported US cyber attacks have not been successful

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *