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    Japan Leading Index Data Due On Friday

    Japan is on Friday scheduled to release preliminary December figures for its leading and coincident indexes, highlighting a modest day for Asia-Pacific economic activity. The leading index is tipped to show a score of 91.3, up from 90.8 in November. The coincident is called steady at 94.7.

    Japan also will see December figures for household spending and labor cash earnings. Household spending is tipped to fall 1.6 percent on year after sliding 2.0 percent in November. Labor cash earnings are called lower by an annual 0.1 percent after easing 0.2 percent a month earlier.

    Australia will see January results for the Performance of Service Index from the Australian Industry Group; in December, the index score was 48.7.

    Malaysia will release December numbers for industrial and manufacturing production; in November, they were up an annual 2.0 percent and 2.5 percent, respectively.

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    Australia Home Loan Data Due On Tuesday



    Australia will on Tuesday release December numbers for new home loans, setting the pace for a modest day in Asia-Pacific economic activity.

    Loans are expected to rise 1.6 percent on month, slowing from 1.8 percent in November. Investment lending is also seen higher by 1.6 percent on month, down from 2.2 percent in the previous month.

    Australia also will see January results for the indexes of business confidence and conditions from NAB; in December, their scores were -2 and +3, respectively.

    Finally, the markets in Japan are closed on Tuesday in observance of National Day and will reopen on Wednesday.

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    New Zealand Food Prices Rise 0.6% On Month In January



    Food prices in New Zealand were up a seasonally adjusted 0.6 percent on month in January, Statistics New Zealand said on Friday.

    Unadjusted, food prices gained 2.1 percent.

    On a monthly basis, fruit and vegetable prices rose 3.7 percent (down 0.3 percent after seasonal adjustment); while meat, poultry, and fish prices rose 2.3 percent; grocery food prices rose 2.4 percent (up 1.3 percent after seasonal adjustment); non-alcoholic beverage prices rose 3.9 percent; and restaurant meals and ready-to-eat food prices rose 0.2 percent.

    On a yearly basis, food prices were up 3.56 percent in January.

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    Japan GDP Falls 6.3% On Year In Q4



    Japan's gross domestic product was down an annualized 6.3 percent in the fourth quarter of 2019, the Cabinet Office said in Monday's preliminary report.

    That was well shy of expectations for a decline 3.8 percent following the 0.5 percent increase in the three months prior.

    On a seasonally adjusted quarterly basis, GDP sank 1.6 percent - again missing forecasts for a decline of 1.0 percent following the 0.1 percent gain in the third quarter.

    Nominal GDP was down 1.2 percent on quarter, missing expectations for a drop of 0.6 percent after gaining 0.6 percent in the previous three months.

    The GDP deflator was up 1.3 percent on year in Q4, the Cabinet Office said - exceeding expectations for an increase of 1.1 percent and up from 0.6 percent in the three months prior.

    Business spending skidded 3.7 percent on quarter, missing forecasts for a decline of 1.6 percent following the 0.5 percent increase in the third quarter.

    Private consumption sank 2.9 percent on quarter, missing forecasts for a drop of 2.0 percent following the 0.5 percent gain in the previous three months.

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    Japan Data On Tap For Wednesday

    Japan is scheduled to release December numbers for core machine orders and January trade data, highlighting a modest day for Asia-Pacific economic activity.

    Machine orders are expected to fall 8.9 percent on month and 1.3 percent on year after jumping 18.0 percent on month and 5.3 percent on year in November.

    Imports are tipped to fall 2.0 percent on year after sinking 4.9 percent in December. Exports are called lower by an annual 7.0 percent after sliding 6.3 percent in the previous month. The trade deficit is pegged at 1,684.8 billion yen following the 152.5 billion yen shortfall a month earlier.

    Australia will see January results for the Westpac leading index and for skilled vacancies, as well as Q4 numbers for wage prices.

    In December, the leading index added 0.1 percent on month and vacancies rose 0.6 percent on month. Wage prices are called steady at 0.5 percent on quarter and 2.2 percent on year.

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    Australia January Unemployment Rate Rises To 5.3%

    The jobless rate in Australia came in at a seasonally adjusted 5.3 percent in January, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said on Thursday.

    That exceeded expectations for 5.2 percent and was up from 5.1 percent in December.

    The Australian economy added 13.500 jobs last month to 12,995,400 people, again surpassing forecasts for a gain of 10,000 jobs following the gain of 28,900 jobs in the previous month.

    Full-time employment increased by 46,200 to 8,882,200 people and part-time employment decreased by 32,700 to 4,113,300 people.

    Unemployment increased by 31,000 to 725,900 people.

    The participation rate was 66.1 percent, exceeding expectations for 66.0 percent - which would have been unchanged from the month prior.

    Monthly hours worked in all jobs decreased by 8.1 million hours to 1,781.8 million hours.

    The monthly seasonally adjusted underemployment rate increased by 0.3 pts to 8.6 percent. The monthly underutilization rate increased by 0.5 pts to 13.9 percent.

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    German Business Confidence Improves In February



    Germany's business confidence improved in February, reports said citing survey data from the ifo institute on Monday.

    The business climate index rose to 96.1 in February from 96.0 in the previous month. The score was above the forecast of 95.3.

    The assessment of current situation weakened from last month, while expectations improved in February.

    The current conditions index came in at 98.9 in February versus consensus of 98.6. At the same time, the expectations index rose to 93.4 compared to economists' forecast of 92.1.

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    Australia Construction Work Data Due On Wednesday

    Australia will on Wednesday release Q4 numbers for construction work done, highlighting a light day for Asia-Pacific economic activity. Construction work is expected to fall 1.0 percent on quarter after losing 0.4 percent in the three months prior.

    Japan will provide January figures for supermarket sales; in December, sales were down 3.3 percent on year.

    Singapore will see January data for industrial production; in December, industrial production was up 4.1 percent on month and down 0.7 percent on year.

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    New Zealand Trade Deficit NZ$340 Million In January

    New Zealand posted a merchandise trade deficit of NZ$340 million in January, Statistics New Zealand said on Thursday.

    That beat expectations for a shortfall of NZ$549 million following the NZ$547 million surplus in December.

    Exports climbed an annual 8.8 percent or NZ$382 million in January to NZ$4.73 billion, exceeding forecasts for NZ$4.44 billion after coming in at NZ$5.54 billion a month earlier.

    The leading contributor to the rise was exports of meat and edible offal, up NZ$187 million (31 percent) to NZ$800 million. Milk powder, butter, and cheese rose NZ$115 million (7.7 percent) to NZ$1.6 billion.

    Exports to China were up NZ$302 million (31 percent) to NZ$1.3 billion, led by a rise in milk powder, butter, and cheese (up NZ$143 million); beef (up NZ$77 million); and logs, wood, and wood articles (up NZ$32 million).

    Exports to the United States were up NZ$69 million (16 percent) to NZ$489 million. The rise was led by casein and caseinates (up NZ$23 million) and beef (up NZ$24 million).

    Imports were down 4.0 percent on year or NZ$212 million to NZ$5.07 billion versus expectations for NZ$5.00 billion, which would have been roughly unchanged from the previous month.

    This fall was led by vehicles, parts, and accessories, down NZ$116 million (17 percent) to NZ$591 million. Fertilizers also fell NZ$51 million (48 percent) to NZ$57 million.

    On an annual basis, goods exports rose NZ$3.0 billion (5.2 percent) to NZ$60.3 billion, marking the first time it has reached NZ$60 billion. Goods imports rose NZ$400 million (0.6 percent) to NZ$64.2 billion. The annual trade balance was a deficit of NZ$3.9 billion.

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    Japan Household Spending Sinks 3.9% On Year In January

    The average of household spending in Japan was down 3.9 percent on year in January, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications said on Friday - coming in at 287,173 yen.

    That was in line with expectations following the 4.8 percent decline in December.

    The average of monthly income per household stood at 484,697 yen, up an annual 2.1 percent.

    Individually, spending was down for food, housing, fuel, furniture, clothing, medical care, communication, education and recreation.

    Disposable income was up 2.3 percent and consumption expenditures fell 4.9 percent.

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    Japan Has Y612.3 Billion Current Account Surplus

    Japan had a current account surplus of 612.3 billion yen in January, the ministry of Finance said on Monday - up 6.6 percent on year.

    That was shy of expectations for 623.5 billion yen and up from 524.0 billion yen in December.

    The trade balance reflected a deficit of 985.1 billion yen - also missing forecasts for a shortfall of 962.0 billion yen following the 120.7 billion yen surplus in the previous month.

    The adjusted current account saw a surplus of 1,626.8 billion yen, shy of forecasts for 1,664.1 billion yen and down from 1,852.0 billion yen a month earlier.

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    New Zealand Manufacturing PMI Climbs To 53.2 - BusinessNZ

    The manufacturing sector in New Zealand turned to expansion for the first time in three months, the latest survey from BusinessNZ revealed on Friday with a manufacturing PMI score of 53.2.

    That's up from 49.8 in January, and it moves above the boom-or-bust line of 50 that separates expansion from contraction.

    Individually, production, deliveries, finished stocks, employment and new orders all were in expansion territory - although the main focus will be on the coming months and the effect of Covid-19.

    "Looking at comments from respondents, there was a noticeable increase in Covid-19 being mentioned, either directly or through the impact on shipping from China," said Catherine Beard, BusinessNZ's executive director for manufacturing. "Even those who made positive comments tempered it with concerns about the months ahead."

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    Italy Industrial Orders Rise For Second Month

    Italy's industrial orders rose for the second straight month in January, figures from Istat showed on Wednesday.

    The seasonally adjusted industrial orders rose 1.2 percent in January, slower than 1.3 percent in December.

    Orders from the domestic market rose 3.7 percent and those from the foreign market increase 9.1 percent.

    On an annual basis, industrial orders fell 1.8 percent in January, after a 5.7 percent rise in the preceding month.

    Data also showed that the industrial sales grew 5.3 percent month-on-month in January, after a 2.8 percent fall in the previous month. Economists had expected a 0.1 percent decline.

    On a year-on-year basis, industrial sales rose 3.8 percent in January, after a 1.5 percent decrease in the prior month. Economists had expected a 0.9 percent fall.

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    Malaysia Inflation Slows In February



    Malaysia's consumer price inflation slowed in February, figures from the Department of Statistics showed on Wednesday.

    The consumer price index rose 1.3 percent year-on-year in February, after a 1.6 percent increase in January. Economists had expected a 1.4 percent rise.

    Among the main groups, prices for miscellaneous goods and services grew 2.5 percent annually in February. Prices for transport rose 2.4 percent and those of housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels, and communication increased 1.6 percent and 1.5 percent, respectively.

    On a month-on-month basis, consumer prices remained unchanged in February.

    The core CPI rose 1.3 percent annually in February.

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    Tokyo Overall Inflation Gains 0.4% On Year In March



    Overall consumer prices in the Tokyo region of Japan were up 0.4 percent on year in March, the Ministry of Communications and Internal Affairs said on Friday.

    That exceeded expectations for an increase of 0.3 percent and was unchanged from the February reading.

    Core CPI, which excludes volatile food prices, also advanced an annual 0.4 percent. That was in line with expectations and down from 0.5 percent in the previous month.

    On a seasonally adjusted monthly basis, overall inflation was up 0.1 percent and core CPI was unchanged.

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    China Manufacturing PMI 52.0 In March



    The manufacturing sector in China moved back into expansion in March, the latest survey from the National Bureau of Statistics said on Tuesday with a manufacturing PMI score of 52.0 - beating forecasts for 45.0.

    That's up sharply from 35.7 in February, and it moves back above the boom-or-bust line of 50 that separates expansion from contraction.

    The non-manufacturing PMI came in at 52.3, also exceeding expectations for 42.0 and up from 29.6 in the previous month.

    The composite PMI posted a score of 53.0, up from 28.9 a month prior.

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    Contraction Accelerates For Vietnam Manufacturing Sector



    The manufacturing sector in Vietnam continued to contract in March, and at a faster rate, the latest survey from IHS Markit revealed on Wednesday with a manufacturing PMI score of 41.9.

    That's down from 49.0 in February and it slips further beneath the boom-or-bust line of 50 that separates expansion from contraction.

    Individually, last month saw the sharpest declines in output, new orders and employment in survey history. Business confidence tumbled, while firms scaled back purchasing and inventory holdings.

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    South Korea Inflation Data Due On Thursday



    South Korea will on Thursday release March numbers for consumer prices, highlighting a modest day for Asia-Pacific economic activity. In February, overall inflation was flat on month and up 1.1 percent on year, while core CPI added 0.1 percent on month and gained 0.5 percent on year.

    Japan will provide March figures for monetary base; in February, the monetary base climbed 3.6 percent on year.

    Australia will see February figures for job vacancies; in January, vacancies were up 1.6 percent on month.

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    Singapore Retail Sales Decrease In February



    Singapore retail sales decline at the fastest pace in February, data from the Department of Statistics showed on Friday.

    Retail sales declined 8.6 percent year-on-year in February, following a 5.3 percent fall in January.

    Motor vehicle sales rose 1.3 percent annually in February, following a 33.6 percent fall in the previous month.

    Excluding motor vehicles, retail sales decreased 10.2 percent in February, after a 0.6 percent increase in the preceding month.

    Sales of wearing apparel and footwear declined the most by 41.0 percent in February and those of food and alcohol, and department stores decreased 40.5 percent and 36.3 percent, respectively.

    On a monthly basis, retail sales dropped 8.9 percent in February, after a 0.2 percent rise in the prior month.

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