What’s New on the Economic Calendar in Asia, August 11, 2022 (Australia CPI Forecast)

The agenda of upcoming data is not of great interest. There is Australian data on consumer inflation expectations. These fled upwards. The Reserve Bank of Australia will be wary of such expectations. Lower petrol (gasoline) prices should however be reflected in today’s result, which will help push the number down slightly. Either way, the RBA is on a rate hike trajectory, a 50bp hike for the spot rate is expected at its next meeting on September 6th.

Also on the calendar today, not pictured, is Singapore’s GDP data for the second quarter of 2022, due at 0000 GMT:

  • expected 0.8% q/q, ahead 0.1%
  • expected 3.7% y/y, before 4.8%
  • This ForexLive economic data calendar snapshot, 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.


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