Reply To: Traders Market Weekly: Big Three Central Banks Resolve to be Tested.


Japan’s Tokyo Core CPI increased at its fastest pace since May 1981, but Japan’s Prime Minister Kishida said that inflation driven by domestic demand remains “feeble” and that a return to deflation should not be ruled out.
Japan’s government debt is expected to exceed quadrillion yen in fiscal 2026/27.
South Korea’s POSCO Holdings reported a 46.7% yr/yr drop in 2022 profit resulting from a four-month suspension of its operations.
Japan’s January Tokyo CPI 4.4% yr/yr (last 4.0%) and Core CPI 4.3% yr/yr (expected 4.2%; last 4.0%)
South Korea’s February Manufacturing BSI Index 66 (last 71)
Singapore’s Q4 URA Property Index 0.4% qtr/qtr (last 3.8%)
Australia’s Q4 PPI 0.7% qtr/qtr (expected 1.7%; last 1.9%); 5.8% yr/yr (expected 6.3%; last 6.4%). Q4 Import Price Index 1.8% qtr/qtr (last 3.0%) and Export Price Index -0.9% qtr/qtr (last -3.6%)
New Zealand’s January ANZ Business Confidence -52.0 (expected -64.2; last -70.2)