Reply To: Traders Market Weekly: Political Risks and Central Banks


Chinese authorities have not announced a new release date for Q3 growth figures yet. Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry pledged to support exports, domestic investment, and a restart of nuclear power plants.
There is growing speculation that the Bank of Japan will increase its CPI forecast for FY22/23 from the current 2.3%.
The Minutes from the Reserve Bank of Australia’s October meeting showed that arguments for 25- and 50-bps rate hikes are balanced and that the impact of past hikes has yet to be seen.
South Korea’s August M2 Money Supply 6.8% yr/yr (last 7.1%)
New Zealand’s Q3 CPI 2.2% qtr/qtr (expected 1.6%; last 1.7%); 7.2% yr/yr (expected 6.6%; last 7.3%)