01:30 New Zealand: NZ PMI index in the manufacturing sector. Four consecutive months of decline index, previous data 51.5. Any violation of this trend is possible upward movement of the NZD.
01:45 New Zealand: Consumer Price Index 3 m / 3m. Analysts' expectations are for growth of 0.5%. Upon confirmation of the data is likely to increase in the NZD against the major currencies.
04:00 Australia: Inflation expectations. In consumer expectations for price increases above 3.0%, it is likely that positive support for the AUD.
08:00 Japan Monthly Economic Report of the Bank of Japan. The report will provide information on the decisions on operations will be carried out on the money markets. Probably the high volatility of JPY during the release notes.
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