Data is due at 01:30 GMT:
This snapshot of the ForexLive economic data calendar, access it here.
The times in the leftmost column are GMT.
The numbers in the rightmost column are the “previous” result (previous month/quarter, as applicable). The number in the column next to that, where is a number, is the expected consensus median.
Via Westpac on what to expect, analysts are looking for a huge jobs gain of +110,000 (vs. that consensus of +35,000 in the chart above) with “upside biased risk.”
On the unemployment rate, the WPAC expects the participation rate to rise after its drop in the July figures, which will keep the unemployment rate unchanged at 3.4%