Australian bonds flat in muted session after market sentiments improve following breakthrough Brexit deal
Australia’s rise in September employment remains smallest in seven months; jobless rate likely to drift higher in near-term
China likely to maintain full year growth at 6.0 pct in 2019, unless GDP growth falls below 5.5 pct y/y in Q4, says ANZ Research
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EM Asian currencies likely to prop up as U.S. and China remain on track to reach a partial trade deal, says Scotiabank
Fed’s dovish stance and balance sheet re-expansion likely to weigh on dollar in months ahead, says Scotiabank
U.K. headline inflation remains unchanged at 1.7 pct in September, likely to stay below 2 pct in near-term
U.S. housing starts likely to have slowed slightly in September, residential construction to boost growth in Q3
Australian bonds slump after U.S.-China trade tension disturbs investors once again; Sep labour report disappoints
US personal income expenditure preview
Personal consumption, income data along with PCE price index would be released from the U.S. at 12:30 GMT for the month of June.
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