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    Yen Down On Hopes Of More Stimulus By New PM Shinzo Abe


    In early Asian deals on Thursday, the Japanese yen underperformed against other major major currencies on hopes of aggressive stimulus measures by new Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

    Abe took office yesterday following majority victory in the elections held earlier this month.

    Abe pledged stronger easing measures to beat deflation and help revive the economy. Abe also called the Bank of Japan to adopt an inflation target of 2 percent to boost the economy.

    The yen declined 0.18 percent to a new 2-year low of 85.79 against the greenback with 87.00 seen as the next support level. The pair closed yesterday's deals at 85.64.

    Against the pound, the yen declined to 138.44 for the first time since April 2011. This is down 0.17 percent from Wednesday's close of 138.20. If the yen extends decline, it is likely to break 139.00 level.

    The yen that closed yesterday's deals at 93.79 against the franc slipped to near a 16-month low of 93.99. On the downside, 94.5 is seen as the next target level for the yen.

    The yen hit near a 17-month low of 113.52 against the euro and the next downside target level for the yen is seen at 114.00. The pair closed yesterday's deals at 113.26.

    Against the Australian and NZ dollars, the yen slipped to a 10-day low of 88.94 and a 6-day low of 70.43, respectively. The yen may find next support levels at 89.5 against the aussie and 71.00 against the kiwi. At yesterday's close, the aussie-yen and the kiwi-yen pairs were quoted at 88.88 and 70.23, respectively.

    The yen fell to a 20-month low of 86.39 against the Canadian dollar, compared to yesterday's close of 86.14. The next downside target level for the yen is seen at 87.00.

    At 12:00 am ET, Japan housing starts data for November is due.

    In the European session, Swiss UBS consumption indicator and U.K. mortgage approvals for November are slated for release.

    The U.S. weekly jobless claims for the week ended December 22, consumer confidence index for December and new home sales for November are likely to influence trading in the New York session.

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    South Korea Industrial Output Spikes 2.3%


    South Korea's industrial output jumped a seasonally adjusted 2.3 percent on month in November, Statistics Korea said on Friday - rising for the third straight month.

    The headline figure was slightly above forecasts and followed the 0.6 percent monthly increase in October.

    On a yearly basis, industrial production jumped 2.9 percent after shedding an annual 0.8 percent in the previous month.

    The index of all industry production jumped 1.1 percent on month and 1.8 percent on year in November. The Manufacturing Production Index added 2.8 percent on month and 2.9 percent on year.

    The Producer's Shipment Index in November was up 1.3 percent on month and 1.5 percent on year. The Producer's Inventory Index added 2.4 percent on month and 3.7 percent on year. The Production Capacity Index gained 0.1 percent on month and 1.9 percent on year.

    The Operation Ratio Index in November was up 2.0 percent on month and down 1.4 percent on year. The Index of Services added 0.8 percent on month and 2.0 percent on year. The Manufacturing Average Operation Ratio was 77.4 percent, up 1.5 percentage points from the previous month. The Retail Sales Index climbed 2.3 percent on month and 3.9 percent on year.

    The Equipment Investment Index in November fell 0.3 percent on month and 9.3 percent on year. The Domestic Machinery Shipment Index lost 9.2 percent on year, while the value of domestic machinery orders received plummeted 27.5 percent on year.

    In November, the value of construction completed at constant prices was up 1.9 percent on month but fell 2.2 percent on year. The value of construction orders received at current prices plummeted 17.4 percent on year.

    The Composite Coincident Index in November added 0.6 percent on month. The Cyclical Component of Composite Coincident Index, which reflects current economic situations, gained 0.1 points from the previous month. The Composite Leading Index added 0.7 percent on month.

    The Cyclical Component of Composite Leading Index, which predicts the turning point in business cycle, added 0.3 points from the previous month.

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    NZ Dollar Strengthens Against Majors


    The New Zealand dollar outperformed against other major currencies during Asian morning deals on Wednesday.

    The kiwi approached more than a 4-year high of 72.94 against the yen and more than a 2-week high of 1.2472 against the aussie.

    Against the greenback and the euro, the kiwi climbed to 2-week highs of 0.8390 and 1.5821, respectively.

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    S.korea Allocating 45.1 Pct of 2013 Budget to Q1


    The allocation for the January-March period is up slightly from 44.1 percent last year and the most since at least 2002.

    Total funds allocated for the first quarter this year is up by 8 percent to 134.6 trillion won ($126.56 billion) from 124.7 trillion won a year earlier.

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    Australian Dollar Falls To 2-day Low Against U.S., Canadian Dollars


    The Australian dollar weakened against its U.S. and Canadian rivals in the early Asian session on Friday.

    The aussie fell to a 2-day lows of 1.0448 against the greenback and 1.0332 against the loonie with 1.04 and 1.03, respectively seen as the next downside target levels.

    At Thursday's close, the aussie was worth 1.0469 against the greenback and 1.0345 against the loonie.

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    Aud Hit Fresh 4-Yr Peaks on Jpy


    AUD soars to 92.83 JPY, its highest since Sept 2008. It has gained 2.4 pct since last week and nearly 10 pct in the past two months due to expectations of much more aggressive monetary easing in Japan.

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    Australia Trade Deficit A$2.637 Billion In November


    Australia saw a seasonally adjusted merchandise trade deficit of A$2.637 billion in November, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said on Tuesday.

    That missed forecasts for a shortfall of A$2.30 billion following the downwardly revised deficit of A$2.443 billion in October (originally A$2.088 billion).

    Exports were up 1.0 percent on month to A$24.681 billion, while imports climbed 2.0 percent to A$27.318 billion.

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    Australian Dollar Declines After Dismal Retail Sales Data


    In early Asian deals on Wednesday, the Australian dollar slipped against most major currencies after the release of disappointing retail sales, which declined a seasonally adjusted 0.1 percent month-on-month in November.

    Sales totaled a seasonally adjusted A$21.533 billion.

    The small decline in November sales follows an unchanged reading for October and an increase of 0.4 percent in September.

    The Australian Bureau of Statistics said that declines in household goods retailing, clothing/footware, restaurants and department store sales were all lower for the month.

    The aussie dropped 0.24 percent to 1.0357 against the loonie, down from early multi-week high of 1.0382. The pair closed Tuesday's deals at 1.0367.

    Against the greenback, the aussie retreated from a 6-day high of 1.0526 and is worth 1.0489. At yesterday's close, the pair traded at 1.0505.

    The aussie hit a 1-week low of 1.2513 against the NZ counterpart with 1.247 seen as the next support level. On Tuesday, the pair closed trading at 1.2556.

    Against the European single currency, the aussie reversed from a 2-day high of 1.2442 with pair trading near yesterday's close of 1.2459.

    In the European session, U.K. trade data and German industrial production for November are due.

    At 8:15 am ET, Canada housing starts data for December is slated for release.

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    China CPI +2.5% On Year In December


    Consumer prices in China were up 2.5 percent on year in December, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Friday, touching a seven-month high.

    The headline figure exceeded forecasts for an increase of 2.3 percent after coming in at 2.0 percent in November.

    Food prices jumped 4.2 percent, while non-food prices were up 1.7 percent. On month, CPI was up 0.8 percent.

    The bureau also noted that producer prices were down 1.9 percent on year versus forecasts for a contraction of 1.8 percent after shedding 2.2 percent in the previous month.

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    Australia Job Ads Contract 3.8% In December - ANZ


    The total number of job advertisements in Australia was down 3.8 percent on month in December, a survey from ANZ revealed on Monday, falling for the 10th straight month to come in at 133,352.

    That follows the upwardly revised 2.8 percent contraction in November (originally -2.9 percent).

    Internet job ads dropped 3.9 percent in December, while newspaper ads fell 0.4 percent.

    On a yearly basis, the total number of job ads was down 15.3 percent.

    "Job advertising is a key barometer of economic activity and business confidence. Its ongoing weakness suggests that conditions for a large share of Australian businesses remain challenging and the outlook uncertain," Justin Fabo, ANZ's head of Australian economics, said in a statement.

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