Interactive Brokers - Asia-Pacific Calendar: The Week Ahead

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by: Interactive Brokers

Summary

The Asia-Pacific calendar will be highlighted by updates on Chinese trade data and inflation, as well as interest rate decisions from the Reserve Banks of Australia and New Zealand.

Investors will also see earnings from Japan-based corporate giants SoftBank and Toyota Motor.

Also, India will release fresh industrial and manufacturing numbers, with the country’s ‘Make in India’ drive having attracted multinationals such as GE, Siemens and Boeing across its borders.

Interactive Brokers senior market analyst Steven Levine provides some highlights for what to look for in the Asia-Pacific region in the week beginning November 5.

Note: This material was originally published on IBKR Traders' Insight on November 1, 2018.

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