- Interest Rate Decision, Statement and Conference (JPY, GMT 02:30) – The BoJ conducted emergency bond buying operations for a 2nd time, as the 20-year government bond yield rose to a new high in a further challenge to the central bank’s resolve to defend its ultra-easy policy stance. Hence next week the BoJ is expected to stand on JPY weakness in its policy meeting but it is unlikely to trigger any changes in the BoJ’s policy stance.
- Core PCE Price Index (USD, GMT 12:30) – US personal income is anticipated to rise to 0.4% in September after a 0.3% August gain and 0.5% in compensation after a 0.3% gain, given a 0.2% September increase for hours-worked and a 0.3% rise for hourly earnings.
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