Week Ahead APAC Economic Preview: Week of 24 September 2018
- US Fed set to hike interest rates
- Caixin China PMI and industrial profits
- The Philippines, Taiwan and New Zealand central bank monetary policy meetings
- BOJ meeting minutes
- Special focus on US-China trade war
Caixin manufacturing PMI data will provide an important steer into the health of China's economy at the end of the third quarter amid rising trade disputes, in a week that also sees the FOMC and a number of Asia Pacific central banks meet to set monetary policy. Other data highlights for Asia include Vietnam's third quarter GDP, China's industrial profits and a clutch of economic statistics for Japan and Taiwan.
Our special focus this week looks at the intensifying trade war between the US and China.
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