Focus in Asian session: Retail sales in Australia and inflation in China

Today in Asian session, investors will pay attention to the level results in retail sales in Australia and the consumer price index in China.

At 00:30 of Australia will become clear level index AIG in the field of construction, as expected the index to maintain the value of the previous reporting period, when he showed 45.4 points.

At 2:30 our attention will focus on Release of retail sales in Australia and is forecast to decline 0.2% compared to 0.4% for the previous reporting period. It is possible that if expectations justify see a decline in AUD.

at 3:00 will be held Statement by the President of the Minneapolis Fed, Kocherlakota.

At 3:30 expected data for inflation in China, forecast to increase to 1.5% compared to 1.4% for the previous period. At the same time the results of the index of producer prices and expectations for him are a drop to -3.1% compared to -2.7% for the past period, and at a variety of data it is possible to see the impact on the New Zealand and Australian currency that countries are largest trading partners of China.

07:00 will become clear level indices of the leading and coincident indicators in Japan, do not expect changes in their levels, respectively 104.9 and 109.9 of the leading for matching.

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