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    Japan Govt: To Work Decisively With BoJ To Address Deflation, Yen Appreciation

    The Japanese government on Monday vowed to work "decisively" with the Bank of Japan to prevent the adverse impacts of yen appreciation and deflation on the economy.
    "The government will also make an utmost effort to prevent the economy from falling into vicious cycle between yen appreciation and deflation," the government said in a monthly report published by the Cabinet Office.
    "The government will decisively work together with the Bank of Japan toward the exit from deflation which is the biggest challenge of Japanese economy in the short term," the report said.
    Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda held talks with Bank of Japan Governor Masaaki Shirakawa in Tokyo earlier on Monday as the yen gained further ground against euro amid worries over Spanish banking sector despite Eurogroup's approval of the bailout deal last week.
    The euro fell below JPY 95 in Asian trade on Monday to its weakest level since November 2000. Meanwhile, Finance Minister Jun Azumi reportedly said that he is watching the currency moves closely and will take decisive steps to counter excessive yen gains.
    Toward defeating deflation, reforming the economic structure predisposed to deflation is essential along with appropriate macroeconomic policy management, the government said in the monthly report.
    Accordingly, it will deploy a broad range of policy measures intensively by fiscal 2013 "to mobilize goods, people, and money." The government said it expects the central bank to continue powerful monetary easing until the economy exits deflation. The BoJ has set an inflation target of 1 percent.
    According to the report, movements toward sound economic recovery in the Japanese economy are expected to take hold in the short-term due to reconstruction demand. However, there are widespread concerns about further slowdown of overseas economies and a high degree of uncertainty persists about the prospects of the Eurozone debt crisis.
    The report noted that these circumstances, including negative effects that could stem from sharp fluctuations in the financial markets are downside risks to the Japanese economy. Constraints of electric power supply is another risk to the outlook, it said.
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    Hong Kong's Trade Deficit Widens In June

    Hong Kong's merchandise trade deficit increased from last year in June, data released by The Census and Statistics Department showed Tuesday.
    The trade deficit increased to HK$44.705 billion in June from HK$40.261 billion in the same month last year. Economists were looking for a shortfall of HK$39.5 billion.
    Export of goods decreased 4.8 percent year-on-year to HK$278.228 billion in June. The value of re-exports decreased by 4.7 percent annually, while domestic exports fell by 10.3 percent. Compared to May, overall shipments were lower by 5.5 percent during the month.
    The value of imports declined by 2.9 percent annually to HK$322.932 billion during the month. Month-on-month, arrivals decreased 2.2 percent in June.
    In the first half of 2012, the value of total exports of goods edged up 0.3 percent compared to the same period last year, while imports increased by 1.4 percent, data showed.
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    European Economics Preview: U.K. GDP, German Ifo Business Confidence Due

    Quarterly national accounts from the U.K. and business sentiment from Germany are the major reports due on Wednesday, headlining a busy day for the European economic news.
    At 3.30 am ET, Statistics Netherlands is scheduled to release producer confidence survey data. The sentiment is expected to improve to -4.7 in July from -4.8 in June.
    At 4.00 am ET, Germany's Ifo business confidence is due. Economists forecast business sentiment to fall to 104.5 from 105.3 in June. At the same time, current assessment and expectations are seen easing to 113 and 96.8, respectively.
    The Office for National Statistics is set to publish first estimate for the first quarter U.K. GDP at 4.30 am ET. The economy is forecast to contract 0.2 percent sequentially after falling 0.3 percent in the prior quarter.
    Germany is set to hold a long-term debt auction to raise EUR 3 billion. The results are due at 5.30 am ET.
    At 6.00 am ET, the Confederation of British Industry is slated to release Industrial Trends survey results for July. The order book balance is seen at -10 percent, up from -11 percent in June.

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    European Economics Preview: Germany's GfK Consumer Sentiment Data Due

    Consumer confidence from Germany is the major report due on Thursday, headlining a light day for the European economic news.
    The market research group GfK is set to publish German consumer sentiment survey results at 2.00 am ET. The forward-looking index is expected to remain at 5.8 in August.
    In the meantime, Germany's import prices are due. Economists forecast import prices to rise 1.9 percent annually in June after increasing 2.2 percent in May.
    At 3.15 am ET, Sweden's economic tendency survey results are due. The index is seen easing to 98 in July from 98.7 in June.
    Statistics Sweden is slated to publish producer prices for June at 3.30 am ET. Producer price inflation is seen at 0.4 percent in June, up from from 0.3 percent in May. Also, Sweden's trade balance and unemployment figures for June are due.
    Half an hour later, the European Central Bank is set to release Eurozone M3 money supply for June. M3 money supply is expected to grow at a pace of 2.9 percent annually.
    In the meantime, retail sales data from Poland and Italy are due. Italy's retail sales are forecast to drop 0.3 percent month-on-month in May, while Poland's retail sales are expected to rise 9 percent in June.
    At 5.10 am ET, Italy's BTP auction results are due. The government plans to offer EUR 1.5 billion to EUR 2.5 billion zero coupon bonds.
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    China Industrial Profits Dip For Third Month Amid Economic Slowdown

    China's industrial firms reported a decline in their profits for the third month in a row as slowing economy dampened demand, the latest figures from the National Bureau of Statistics revealed Friday.
    Profits declined 1.7 percent year-on-year in June to CNY 468.2 billion. This followed a 5.3 percent drop in May and 2.2 percent fall in April.
    For the first six months of the year, profits dipped 2.2 percent annually to CNY 2.31 trillion. Total industrial revenue for the first half was 11.3 percent higher than the same period last year.
    Official data showed this month that growth in China's industrial production slowed to 9.5 percent in June from 9.6 percent in May. The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said this week that the foundation for stable industrial performance is fragile and downward pressures still remain.
    China's economic growth eased to 7.6 percent in the second quarter, logging the weakest growth rate since the first quarter of 2009.
    The International Monetary Fund expects China's economic growth to moderate to around 8 percent this year. The Fund has warned that China faces significant downside to its economic outlook, mainly due to weak global economic conditions.
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    Australia Sees A$9 Million Surplus In June


    Australia posted a seasonally adjusted merchandise trade surplus of A$9 million in June, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said on Thursday.

    That was well above forecasts for a deficit of A$375 million after posting a revised shortfall of A$313 million in May (originally A$285 million).

    Exports were flat on month, coming in at A$26.629 billion, after rising 2 percent in the previous month.

    Non-rural goods fell 3 percent or A$527 million, while non-monetary gold spiked 17 percent or A$246 million. Rural goods rose A$171 million (6 percent) and net exports of goods under merchanting rose A$1 million (5 percent). Services credits rose A$9 million.

    Imports were down 2 percent on month to A$26.619 billion after collecting 3 percent a month earlier.

    Intermediate and other merchandise goods fell 6 percent or A$568 million and consumption goods dropped 2 percent or A$124 million. Capital goods jumped A$338 million (6 percent) and non-monetary gold collected A$18 million (4 percent). Services debits fell dipped A$86 million (2 percent).

    Also on Thursday, the ABS said that retail sales in Australia were up a seasonally adjusted 1.0 percent on month in June, standing at A$21.584 billion.

    That topped forecasts for an increase of 0.7 percent on month after adding an upwardly revised 0.8 percent in May (originally 0.5 percent).

    For the second quarter, retail sales climbed a seasonally adjusted 1.4 percent on quarter to A$62.562 billion.

    That also beat expectations for a quarterly increase of 0.9 percent following the 1.8 percent gain in the previous three months.

    Among individual components, food service was up 1.1 percent, followed by department stores (0.8 percent), food and clothing sales (0.5 percent each) and household goods retailing (0.1 percent).

    By region, sales were up 1.1 percent in the Northern Territory, followed by New South Wales and Western Australia (each up 0.8 percent), Queensland (0.7 percent), South Australia (0.3 percent), the Australian Capital Territory (0.2 percent) and Victoria (0.1 percent). Sales fell 0.1 percent in Tasmania



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    Yen Strengthens Against Majors




    The Japanese yen edged higher in early Asian deals Friday as disappointing central banks actions propelled another round of safe-haven buying.

    Market participants across the globe were expecting some strong measures from the U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke on Wednesday and the ECB president Mario Draghi yesterday. Both central bankers failed to deliver any concrete measures to shield the struggling economies.

    Risk-averse traders stepped up safe-haven buying, lifting the yen to an 8-day high of 121.12 against the pound, 1-week high of 77.53 against the Canadian dollar and 2-day highs of 78.10 against the greenback and 81.61 against the Australian dollar.

    The yen also challenged yesterday's highs against the rest of majors in early Friday Asian deals, rising as much as 63.20 against the NZ dollar, 79.15 against the Swiss franc and 95.05 against the euro.



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    Taiwan Inflation Accelerates In July




    Taiwan's inflation accelerated notably in July mainly on account of higher food prices, data released by the Director-General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics showed Monday.
    The consumer price index rose 2.46 percent year-on-year in July, faster than the 1.77 percent increase in the preceding month. Economists expected the index to rise 1.87 percent.
    The core inflation was 0.96 percent. Food prices rose 6.27 percent annually, of which vegetables and fruit prices went up by 32.77 percent and 19.9 percent respectively. The CPI, excluding fruits and vegetables, increased just 1.29 percent.
    Month-on-month, the CPI rose 0.38 percent and the core index rose 0.1 percent.
    Taiwan's wholesale prices decreased 1.71 percent annually in July compared to expectations for a 1.5 percent fall. Month-on-month, the index dropped 0.08 percent.


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