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BOE, Australia jobs and China CPI awaited
|BOE, Australia jobs and China CPI awaited|
9 May 2013 00:00 gmt
CALENDAR- AU- Employment, CN- CPI, JP- Lead Indicators.Europe: GB- Mfg/Ind Output, BOE Rates .North America: US- Weekly Jobless, Wholesale Inventories, Natural Gas, 30-yr Auction.
- HIGH IMPACT ITEMS: AU- Employment, CN- CPI, GB- BOE, US- Weekly Jobless, 30-yr Auction
- The major focus into Thursday will be the release of Australian employment data. A major Aussie bank is calling for a 25bp cut in the cash rate target (now 2.75%) in June and for a 2.00% cash rate target by 2014. Therefore the jobs data will be watched very carefully.
- RBNZ weighed in with concern about the strength of the kiwi. All currencies cannot weaken against all others.
- Chinese CPI due early Thursday is always closely followed. The April trade surplus was a larger than expected USD 18.16bn.
- Swiss April CPI fell -0.6% y/y. Deflation persists.
- The strength of U.S. equities has started to generate concerns in some circles. Easy money all around fueling shares everywhere.
- ECB Governor Asmussen echoed President Draghi saying that ECB Monday is prepared to act again if more help is needed. We feel the ECB would not be unhappy with a weaker EUR.
||JGB 0.59% 0bp
||Bund 1.29% +5bp
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