Reply To: Traders Market Weekly: Jobs, Inflation and PMI Pressures


Japan’s Core CPI increased at its fastest pace since late 2014 in the August reading.
South Korea’s vice finance minister said that risks stemming from higher rates will be reviewed. Wealth management firms in China were ordered to strengthen internal controls.
Reserve Bank of New Zealand Governor Orr said that at least a couple more rate hikes will be made and that the central bank is not projecting a technical recession at this time.
Japan’s August Tokyo CPI 2.9% yr/yr (last 2.5%) and Tokyo Core CPI 2.6% yr/yr (expected 2.5%; last 2.3%)
Singapore’s July Industrial Production -2.3% m/m (expected 0.9%; last -8.0%); 0.6% yr/yr (expected 5.3%; last 2.6%)