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27.01.2011
19:42
American focus: the yen is under pressure.

 

The yen slid against all of its major counterparts after Japan’s credit rating was lowered for the first time in nine years by Standard & Poor’s.

Egypt’s pound dropped to a six-year low against the dollar as the opposition leader Mohamed ElBaradei returned to Cairo and urged the government led by President Hosni Mubarak to “stop practicing violence.” The yen touched the lowest in two months against the euro on concern Japan’s Prime Minister Naoto Kan hasn’t done enough to curb the world’s biggest debt load.

“If you look at the statement that the S&P put out about Japan, you can essentially take the context and put it on top of the United States or Europe,” said Mark McCormick, a currency strategist at Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. in New York. “This negative sentiment plus overall positive economic data in the U.S. could push dollar-yen over 84 by the end of next week.”

Japan’s credit rating was lowered to AA- as persistent deflation and political gridlock undermined efforts to reduce a 943 trillion yen ($11 trillion) debt burden.

Bond futures fell on concern the downgrade will push up the cost of borrowing for Japan, where public debt is about twice the size of gross domestic product. Vice Finance Minister Fumihiko Igarashi said this week the government must fix its finances to avoid a debt crisis that could trigger a “global depression.”

18:08
ECB TUMPEL-GUGERELL: Assume medium-term price stability is assured
  • Price stability is and remains main monetary policy goal;
  • Can't accept 10% unemployment in EMU;
  • Process of Eurozone expansion will continue;
  • No alternatives to stable euro, stability-oriented monetary policy
17:14
OECD Sec Angel Gurria: the Euro has a long life and more countries will want to join
  • Euro does not have systemic problem;
  • Spain is addressing its issues.
17:10
Dow -7.53 at 11977.91, Nasdaq +3.07 at 2742.57, S&P -1.28 at 1295.35

A sudden flurry of selling has sent the Dow and S&P 500 into negative territory, where they now trade with modest losses. The Nasdaq has paused near the neutral line.
Selling has really intensified around the materials sector, which had already lagged the broader market, but is now down 1.2% to trade at a new session low. Steel play Nucor (NUE 45.14, -1.36) has been dumped, despite better-than-expected earnings. The stock had rallied 3.5% yesterday, ahead of its quarterly report this morning. Fellow steel plays U.S. Steel (X 58.00, -1.48) and Steel Dynamics (STLD 18.28, -0.75) have been imbued by the weakness in shares of NUE.

16:19
Orders desk:

EUR/USD
Offers: $1.3755, $1.3785, $1.3800, $1.3820/30
Bids: $1.3710/00, $1.3685/80, $1.3665/60, $1.3630

15:36
Dow +16.04 at 12001.48, Nasdaq +13.15 at 2752.65, S&P +3.04 at 1299.67

Stocks made a nice push higher in recent trade. The move took the S&P 500 to the 1300 line for the first time in more than two years, but the benchmark measure has paused there.
November pending home sales showed a month-over-month increase of 2.0%, which is stronger than the 0.5% decline that had been expected, on average.
Advancing Sectors: Consumer Discretionary (+0.6%), Financials (+0.5%), Industrials (+0.3%), Tech (+0.3%), Health Care (+0.3%), Utilities (+0.2%) Unchanged: Energy
Declining Sectors: Telecom (-1.4%), Consumer Staples (-0.5%), Materials (-0.2%)

15:01
US: Dec NAR pending home sales index +2.0% to 93.7
14:57
Nomura: jobless claims were boosted by weather.

"We currently forecast that total nonfarm payroll employment increased by 150k in January, and we think today's result is consistent with that forecast. However, it arguably removes some upside risk to next Friday's report."

14:45
COMEX and NYMEX will have a delayed open at 15:00 GMT
14:43
FRANCE FINMIN : Governments will do all needed to suport euro
14:40
ECB TRICHET: With single currency, need very strong economic union
14:30
Greek PM says No to default, says also we're not moving to retstructuring
  • Have a very clear roadmap to exit debt problem;
  • on a path to growth in 2012;
  • EFSF could be a major tool to calm markets;
  • we are on a path to lengthening debt to IMF and EU if we have growth;
  • Greek debt to drop quite quickly
14:29
Greek PM says No to default, says also we're not moving to retstructuring
  • Have a very clear roadmap to exit debt problem;
  • on a path to growth in 2012;
  • EFSF could be a major tool to calm markets;
  • we are on a path to lengthening debt to IMF and EU if we have growth;
  • Greek debt to drop quite quickly
14:25
Before the bell:
U.S. stocks were poised for a lackluster open Thursday, after S&P downgraded Japan's credit rating, and as investors awaited reports on jobless claims and home sales.

Stocks held their gains Wednesday, after the Federal Reserve kept key interest rates steady and left its bond-buying plan in place. The Dow finished at its highest level since the summer of 2008, after rising above the 12,000 mark during the session.
Early Thursday, Standard & Poor's downgraded Japan's sovereign credit rating to AA- from AA, amid concerns of mounting debt.
After the market open, a report on pending home sales is expected to show a 0.5% drop in November, after registering a 3.5% increase the previous month.
World markets:

Companies: Before the opening bell, Nokia (NOK) reported a quarterly operating profit that fell 23% from a year ago and offered a disappointing outlook for the beginning of the year. Shares of the cellphone maker slumped nearly 7% in pre-market trading.
Procter & Gamble (PG) also logged a lower quarterly profit, though its earnings results slightly beat expectations. Shares of the company edged modestly lower ahead of the market open.
AT&T (T)'s earnings beat forecasts by a penny, and shares of the company jumped 2.6% following the report. Caterpillar (CAT) said profit quadrupled in the fourth quarter and logged a 62% surge in revenue that widely beat expectations, sending shares of the company 2% higher.
Shares of Netflix (NFLX) surged more than 12% as investors focused on the fact that the movie distributor's subsribership topped a record 20 million. After the closing bell Wednesday, Netflix reported better-than-expected earnings but sales came in slightly below forecasts.
Tech giants Microsoft (MSFT) and Amazon (AMZN) will release their quarterly earnings after the bell.
Oil for March delivery was down 54 cents to $86.79 a barrel.
Gold futures for February delivery rose 70 cents to $1,333.70 an ounce.
The price on the benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury was flat, with a yield of 3.43%.
13:54
CIBC on US data

CIBC says 454k jobless claims "go counter to the generally improving trend" but probably reflected bad seasonal adjustment. Dec US durable goods orders of -2.5% came about because better aircraft orders "did not materialise." They note capital goods orders ex aircraft was +1.4%. Dec Chicago Fed National Activity Index was 0.03, "the first time it's been in positive territory in five mos."

13:33
US: Dec durables orders -2.5%, ex transport +0.5%. Ex defense -2.5%
13:30
US: Initial jobless claims +51k to 454k in Jan. 22 week
13:27
ECB PARAMO: New EU bank stress tests to be more comprehensive
  • Crisis not over; future functioning of economy, fin. system unknown;
  • May see cbanks 'lean against wind' more post-crisis;
  • Still much work to be done before we can exit crisis.
13:17
EU session review: Yen slumps as S&P downgrades Japanese credit rating; Aussie Dollar drops

Data released
10:00     EU(17)     Economic sentiment index (January)    106.5    106.8    106.6 (106.2)
10:00     EU(17)     Business climate indicator (January)    1.58    1.34    1.38 (1.31)
11:00     UK     CBI retail sales volume balance (January)    37%    41%    56%

The yen declined after Japan’s credit rating was lowered one step to AA- by Standard & Poor’s, the first cut since 2002, on concern Prime Minister Naoto Kan hasn’t done enough to curb the world’s biggest debt load.
The Japanese currency was lower, declining for the first day in five against the dollar.
“News of Japan’s rating downgrade spurred yen selling as it occurred,” said Koji Fukaya, chief currency strategist at Credit Suisse Group AG. “With domestic investors holding most of Japanese government bonds, the direct impact on the currency market will likely be small. Still, in the near term, the market will likely take this as a negative.”
“It will only have a temporary effect on the market,” said Lee Hardman, a strategist at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd.. “Japan’s credit rating has been on negative watch for almost a year now so this is something which has been on the cards for some time.”
The euro strengthened against the dollar for the fifth- straight day as European Central Bank Executive Board member Lorenzo Bini Smaghi said imported inflation can’t be ignored.
The euro rose as French President Nicolas Sarkozy said European leaders would continue defending the currency union.
“It is of such importance that we will be there whenever it needs to be defended,” Sarkozy said in a speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. “The consequences of a euro failure would be so cataclysmic that we can’t even entertain the idea.”
The Australian dollar fell after Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced a one-off levy to fund rebuilding after recent floods, damping demand for the South Pacific nation’s assets.

EUR/USD rose from $1.3630 to $1.3760 before retreated to $1.3720.

GBP/USD rose from $1.5880 to $1.5965.

USD/JPY rallied from Y82.10 to Y83.20 before it corrected to Y82.65. Later rate was back to Y83.00.


Attention is at Jobless claims and Durable goods orders, both at 13:30 GMT.

13:16
ECB PARAMO: New EU bank stress tests to be more comprehensive
  • Crisis not over; future functioning of economy, fin. system unknown;
  • May see cbanks 'lean against wind' more post-crisis;
  • Still much work to be done before we can exit crisis.
13:03
German: Jan Prel. HICP -0.5% M/M, +2.0% Y/Y
12:48
COMPANY NEWS: Caterpillar (CAT) has said it sees revenue of over $50 bln in 2011, with profit near $6 per share.
12:21
CRUDE TECHS:

Oil holds tight with the upside currently capped by the former 23.6% Fibonacci of $70.76/93.02 at $87.77 and the downside meets support around the two previous day's lows of $86.03/12. Daily studies are rather bearish. Further support seen as the Aug 25 support line around $85.67.

11:57
DAVOS: Wires confirm earlier talk of bomb blast at Davos hotel (0800GMT), with no reported injuries.
11:37
AUD/USD refreshed lows

AUD/USD pulled lower by the euro-dollar slippage. The rate breaks under $0.9900 and extends its corrective pullback from highs of $1.0002. PM Gillard announcement of a flood tax had prompted rate to slide through $0.9940. Rate touches a low of $0.9876. Traders already highlighting the 100-dma at $0.9842 (not seen since the end of Aug 2010). Last week's lows between $0.9840/30 behind expected to provide some back up support, but momentum sellers expected to emerge if we break this area.

11:12
EU focus: Yen slumps after S&P cuts Japan rating

The yen is slumping and US equity futures have dropped 0.4% from session highs after S&P downgraded Japan’s credit rating.
The rating agency’s move has revived sovereign debt fears that had abated of late after several successful bond auctions in the eurozone.
The news has hit a raw nerve in the market because it reminds investors that fiscal difficulties are not restricted to relatively small nations such as Greece and Ireland, but are a big problem for many developed economies.
Indeed, on Wednesday it was estimated that the US budget deficit would hit nearly $1,500bn in 2011, more than originally forecast.

Sentiment was also supposed to be supported by confirmation overnight from the US Federal Reserve that it would continue with its controversial $600bn bond purchase programme to support the economy, though it only slightly upgraded its growth outlook.
However, even before the S&P report it was evident that risk asset gains were likely to be limited for much of the global session as traders waited to see if Wall Street can decisively push above some round numbers on benchmark gauges that are so beloved of market watchers.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average briefly broke above 12,000 on Wednesday – the first time since June 2008 – but closed at 11,985, while the S&P 500 sits less than 4 points shy of 1,300.
Failure to breach these, albeit arbitrary, ceilings may encourage the bears to trot out the familiar mantra that the market is losing impetus and is ripe for a correction.
It’s one of the biggest reporting days for US companies as the likes of Microsoft, Procter & Gamble, Amazon and Caterpillar step up to the plate.
It’s also a busy day for economic data. US, December durable goods orders and weekly initial jobless claims will be released at 1330. Last month’s pending home sales numbers will be published at 1500.

11:00
UK: CBI Sales Vol Balance +37%
10:59
ECB'S BINI SMAGHI: EMU debt problems can not be inflated away
  • must create disincentives for banks dependence;
  • abrupt liquidity support withdrawal also not good;
  • non-standart measures can be split from mon policy.
10:59
ECB'S BINI SMAGHI: EMU debt problems can not be inflated away
  • must create disincentives for banks dependence;
  • abrupt liquidity support withdrawal also not good;
  • non-standart measures can be split from mon policy.
10:44
JAPAN, Edano: Won't comment on ratings downgrade, but says Japan govt will stick to fiscal discipline stance.
10:44
JAPAN, Edano: Won't comment on ratings downgrade, but says Japan govt will stick to fiscal discipline stance.
10:36
Capital Economics on JAPAN

Capital Economics' analysts says S&Ps downgrade "may not be a big deal in itself but it supports our fear that 2011 could be the year when Japan's fiscal position finally impacts home and external markets." It predicts that "a growing fiscal crisis, along with renewed slide into recession and further easing from the Bank of Japan, will drag the yen down to Y90 against the dollar by year-end".

10:14
GBP/USD eases

GBP/USD eases back below $1.5900 as market reacts to reported comments from HSBC Chief economist King suggesting UK is a 'long, long way away from hiking rates'. Support seen to $1.5880 with recent talk noting stops below.

10:02
EU: Economic confidence 106.5
10:01
EU: Business sentiment +1.58
09:59
EUR/USD gets close to $1.3700

EUR/USD slowly creeping its way back toward $1.3700, as it extends recovery off earlier lows of $1.3636. Traders mention the 100-hma in around $1.3640. An hourly close below this level expected to prompt sales. Offers seen placed to $1.3730, stops above, with stronger interest from around $1.3740 ($1.3739 61.8% $1.4283/1.2860) through to the next barrier at $1.3750.

09:40
GOLD TECHS:

Gold is pressuring the 5-DMA at $1339.60 and decisive break below here is seen putting focus back on recent low at $1322.75. Daily studies also remain bearish. Risk remains to the long-term trendline from Oct 2008 at $1293.50.

09:21
CHINA ZHOU: comments in interview
  • Will still use reserve hikes, despite high level
  • Can also control liquidity by tightening credit
09:20
CHINA ZHOU: comments in interview
  • Will still use reserve hikes, despite high level
  • Can also control liquidity by tightening credit
08:55
Asian sesion: Yen under pressure after S&P cuts Japan rating to AA-, outlook stable.

The euro was near a two-month high versus the dollar before a German report that’s forecast to show consumer prices rose at the fastest pace in two years, adding to signs the recovery in Europe’s largest economy is picking up.
The single currency headed for a monthly gain against 14 of its 16 major counterparts on speculation that European Central Bank officials will reiterate today their concern that inflation will quicken. 
The Australian dollar fell after Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced a one-off levy on most income earners to fund rebuilding after recent floods, damping demand for the South Pacific nation’s assets.
The dollar traded near a one-week low against the yen after the Federal Open Market Committee said an expansion in the world’s largest economy is “continuing, though at a rate that has been insufficient to bring about a significant improvement in labor market conditions.”
USD/JPY slowly creeping its way aback above Y83.00, after rate corrected back from initial react highs of Y83.08 to Y82.80 following the S&P Japan downgrade. 
Ratings agency Standard and Poors cut Japan's long-term sovereign credit rating by one notch to AA-, whilst stating the outlook on the long-term rating is stable. Also Thursday, S&P said the short-term rating was affirmed at A-1+. S&P said the downgrade reflected their appraisal that Japan's government debt ratios will continue to rise further than envisaged before the global economic downturn hit the country.

EUR/USD: the pair decreased in around $1.3660.
GBP/USD: the pair slightly receded from the high reached yesterday.
USD/JPY: the pair sharply grown in around Y83.00.

UK data includes the January CBI Distributive Trades Survey at 1100GMT.
Today sees the meetings in Davos continue, with US Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and ECB President Jean-Claude Trichet among the attendees. Thursday also sees the release of the state CPIs from Germany, which lead up to the release of flash HICP for January, which at the time of writing is forecast to come in at -0.3% m/m, +2.1% y/y.
At 1000GMT, the EMU economic sentiment survey is expected to edge up to a reading of 106.6. The EMU business climate indicator is also released.


08:44
Option expiries for today's 1500GMT cut,

EUR/USD $1.3750, $1.3500, $1.3450 
USD/JPY Y81.00, Y81.40, Y81.90, Y82.00, Y82.25, Y83.00, Y83.50
EUR/JPY Y112.40, Y111.50, Y109.00
AUD/JPY Y82.00
CAD/JPY Y83.05
GBP/USD $1.5700, $1.6075
AUD/USD $0.9800, $1.0150


08:36
Forex: Wednesday's review

The dollar touched a two-month low against the currencies of major U.S. trading partners on expectations that the Federal Reserve will reiterate the need to buy $600 billion in Treasuries to support the economy.
Sterling climbed from the lowest level against the dollar in almost two weeks as the Bank of England said two policy makers out of nine voted this month for an interest-rate increase. The euro rose earlier versus the dollar on speculation the currency region’s debt crisis will be contained and after a report showing a gauge of German inflation accelerated.
FOMC leaves all policies unch, affirms QE2 for $600b Tsys thru Q2 subject to review - to adjust as needed. Keeps extended pd, keeps FF target 0 to 1/4%. Vote 11-0 with no dissents. Repeats progress towards dual mandates 'disappointingly slow.' FOMC says econ recov is continuing but at insufficient pace to bring about 'significant' improvement in labor mkt conditions. Employers remain reluctant to add to payrolls. Hsehold spending picked up late 2010 but remains constrained by high unemp, tight credit etc. Although commodity prices have risen, long-term infln expectations remain stable, underlying infln measures trending downward.
EUR/USD: the pair bargained in the field of the reached high.
GBP/USD: on results of yesterday's session the pair become stronger above a mark $1.5900.
USD/JPY: the pair shown high in the field of Y82.50 then decreased.

UK data includes the January CBI Distributive Trades Survey at 1100GMT.
Today sees the meetings in Davos continue, with US Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and ECB President Jean-Claude Trichet among the attendees. Thursday also sees the release of the state CPIs from Germany, which lead up to the release of flash HICP for January, which at the time of writing is forecast to come in at -0.3% m/m, +2.1% y/y.
At 1000GMT, the EMU economic sentiment survey is expected to edge up to a reading of 106.6. The EMU business climate indicator is also released.

08:27
US Stocks: Wednesday's review

Stocks finished the session with modest gains, but the Dow failed to hold the 12,000 level, and the S&P never reached 1300. The FOMC interest rate decision and statement was pretty much a non-event. The lone question of how many dissenters there would be on the statement was answered when none of the members voted against the decision.
The major market averages opened mixed, but were soon solidly in positive territory after the better-than-expected New home sales data. New home sales for December increased 17.5% month-over-month to an annualized rate of 329,000 units, a bit above the rate of 300,000 units that had been expected, on average, among economists polled by Briefing.com. Nonetheless, the 17.5% increase comes following the 5.5% gain that occurred in November. 
Energy shares were the leaders all session long as the S&P 500 Energy Index closed higher by 2.1%. Halliburton (HAL 43.40, +3.20) and Baker Hughes (BHI 65.99, +3.67) led the advance as 39 of 41 stocks in the index finished higher. Occidental Petroleum (OXY 96.94, -0.21) lagged following the company's mixed earnings report. The company topped EPS expectations by $0.03 per chare, but missed on revenues. 
Two IPOs began trading today, and both ended the day with solid gains. Nielsen (NLSN 25.00, +2.00) priced its 71.4 million share IPO at $23, above the $20-22 expected range, while Demand Media (DMD 22.61, +5.61) priced an 8.9 million share IPO at $17, vs. expectations for 7.5 million shares at $14-16. 
Shares of Boeing (BA 70.02, -2.22) were under pressure following the company's weaker-than-expected full year 2011 forecast. The company guided earnings of $3.80-$4.00 per share, which is weaker than the consensus estimate of $4.55 per share. The company announced earnings of $1.56 per share (which may not compare) versus the Thomson Reuters consensus of $1.12. Revenues came in soft at $16.55 billion versus the consensus estimate of $17.02 billion. Shares of competitors Lockheed Martin (LMT 78.39, -0.68) and Northrop Grumman (NOC 68.81, -0.70) were weaker on the results. 
Shares of Netflix (NFLX 183.03, -3.71) closed lower ahead of the company's Q4 earnings after the closing bell. The Thomson Reuters consensus is calling for earnings per share of $0.71 and revenues of $597.49 million. Analysts will be focusing on subscriber growth, which arguably the most important metric. The company has previously guided for Q4 total subscriptions to be in the range of 19.0-19.7 million. 
Treasuries ended the day near their worst levels of the session despite a solid $35 billion 5-yr note auction. The results of the auction caused yields to ease off their highest levels of the session, but buying was short-lived as sellers piled on ahead of the FOMC interest rate decision. After some initial buying following the release of the statement, the selling pressure was too great, and yields moved to their highest levels of the day. The 10-yr ended the day higher by nine basis points at 3.419%. The yield curve ended the day steeper, with the 2-10-yr spread running 279.2. 
The dollar index saw some immediate weakness following the FOMC statement, but losses quickly turned to gains before easing back towards the flat line. The pound was the best performing currency all session long, and ended U.S. trading up 85 pips to 1.5900.

07:13
Tech on USD/JPY

Resistance 3:Y83,10 (Jan 20 high)
Resistance 2:Y82,80 (resistance line from Dec 15)
Resistance 1:Y82,50 (МА (200) for Н1)
Current price: Y82.18
Support 1:Y82.00 (session low, Jan 25 low)
Support 2:Y81.80 (Jan 19 low)
Support 3:Y81.60 (Jan 4 low)
Comments: essential changes hasn't occured. The nearest support - Y82,00. Below losses  are possible to Y81.80. The nearest resistance - Y82,50. Above growth is possible to Y82.90. 

07:10
Tech on USD/CHF

Resistance 3: Chf0.9620 (Jan 24 high)
Resistance 2: Chf0.9520 (Jan 25 high)
Resistance 1: Chf0.9465 (Jan 26 high)
Current price: Chf0.9432
Support 1: Chf0.9400 (Jan 25 low)
Support 2: Chf0.9300 (Dec 31 low)
Support 3: Chf0.9200 (psychological mark)
Comments: the pair bargains in former frameworks. The nearest support Chf0,9400. Below loss may extend to Chf0.9300. The nearest resistance Chf0,94650. Above is located Chf0.9520. 

07:06
Tech on GBP/USD

Resistance 3: $ 1.6060 (Jan 18 high)
Resistance 2: $ 1.6010 (around of Jan 20-25 high)
Resistance 1: $ 1.5930 (session high, Jan 26 high)
Current price: $1.5897
Support 1 : $1.5850 (50.0% FIBO $1.5750-$ 1.5930)
Support 3 : $1.5750 (Jan 25 low)
Support 3 : $1.5650 (61.8 % FIBO $1,5340-$ 1,6060)
Comments: the pair slightly receded from the high reached yesterday. The nearest support - $1,5850. Below decrease is possible to $1.5750. The nearest resistance - $1,5930. Above growth is possible to $1,6010. 

06:37
Tech on EUR/USD

Resistance 3: $ 1.3790 (Nov 22 high)
Resistance 2: $ 1.3740 (61.8 % FIBO $1.4275-$ 1.2870)
Resistance 1: $ 1.3720 (Jan 26 high)
Current price: $1.3705
Support 1 : $1.3680 (support line from Jan 11)
Support 2 : $1.3570 (Jan 25 low)
Support 3 : $1.3400 (38.2 % FIBO $1.2870-$ 1.3720)
Comments: the pair bargains in the field of the reached high. The nearest support - $1,3680. Below  decrease is possible to $1.3570. The nearest resistance - $1,3720. Above growth is  possible to $1,3740.

06:04
Schedule for today, Tuesday, Jan'27'2011:

10:00 EU(17) Economic sentiment index (January) 106.8 106.2
10:00 EU(17) Business climate indicator (January) 1.34 1.31
11:00 UK CBI retail sales volume balance (January) 41% 56%
13:00 Germany CPI (January) preliminary -0.3% 1.0%
13:00 Germany CPI (January) preliminary Y/Y 2.0% 1.7%
13:00 Germany HICP (January) preliminary Y/Y 2.2% 1.9%
13:30 USA Jobless claims (week to 22.01) 407K 404K
13:30 USA Durable goods orders (December) 1.7% -0.3 (-1.3)%
13:30 USA Durable goods orders excluding transportation (December) - 2.4%
13:30 USA Durable goods orders excluding defence (December) - -2.3%
21:30 USA M2 money supply (17.01), bln - +6.9
23:30 Japan Nationwide CPI (December) - -0.3%
23:30 Japan Nationwide CPI (December) Y/Y - 0.1%
23:30 Japan Nationwide CPI ex fresh food (December) Y/Y -0.4% -0.5%
23:30 Japan Tokyo-area CPI (January) - -0.5%
23:30 Japan Tokyo-area CPI (January) Y/Y - -0.2%
23:30 Japan Tokyo-area CPI ex fresh food (January) Y/Y -0.3% -0.4%
23:30 Japan Unemployment (December) 5.1% 5.1%
23:30 Japan Household spending (December) real Y/Y -0.5% -0.4%
23:50 Japan Retail sales (December) Y/Y 0.6% 1.3%
23:50 Japan BoJ meeting minutes (20-21.12)

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