Euro-zone PMI manufacturing for the month of August slowed to
55.0 from 56.7 the month prior amid economists' expectations of
56.1, while the services index cooled to 55.6 from 55.8 in July,
Markit Economics said today.
Highlights of the Fed’s anecdotal report on the economy:
This is the status quo.
Not much on the data agenda from Japan today:
International Transactions in Securities data from Japan’s Ministry of Finan
The Trade Balance for Australia, for October (measures the difference in value between imported and exported goods and services)
The Yuan has replaced the euro to become the second most widely used currency in global trade in 2013, according to the SWIFT ne
Not a lot of economic data from the Asian timezone due today, which I am happy about (explain soon).
Here is what is coming up:
Bank of Japan policy board member Takehiro Sato is speaking at a meeting with business leaders in Hakodate, Hokkaido today.
Economic data releases from Australia kick off today at 0000GMT:
CBA/HIA housing affordability for Q3
At 0030GMT, ‘Con
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