Here is what’s on the economic calendar in Asia today – We hear from the RBA, BOJ & Fed!

2115 GMT – Reserve
Bank of Australia Assistant Governor (Economic) Luci Ellis speaking

  • topic is ‘What’s Up (and Down) with Households?’
  • This speech will
    contain comments pertinent to traders such as Ellis’ outlook for
    the economy and policy

2145 GMT New Zealand
trade balance for February, expected to improve from January, which
showed a slump in exports

  • expected -200m, prior -914m
  • exports expected 4.70 bn NZD, prior 4.40bn
  • imports expected
    4.90 bn, prior 5.32bm

2230 GMT Australia
weekly consumer confidence, ANZ / Roy Morgan survey

  • prior 111.9
    (continuing a less than impressive trend)

2350 GMT Bank of
‘Summary of Opinions’ from the March 2019 meeting

Also at 2350 GMT
from Japan, Services PPI for February, expected +1.1% y/y, prior

0030 GMT Federal
Reserve Bank
of Boston President Rosengren speaks (keynote address)
at a conference in Hong Kong (CS Asian Investment Conference) –
from a prepared text with Q and A following


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