Weekly investment schedule is presented below.
○FOMC results announcement in the USA on November 2th.
Probability of interest rate hike in November is very low. It is reasonable for FRB to determine whether to raise interest rates in December after checking the US employment statistics announced on November 4th.In addition, the American presidential election is on November 8th. If the interest rates rise before the presidential election, it were to cause confusion in the financial markets.
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○Results publication of the Monetary Policy Committee in United Kingdom on November 3rd.
The movement of the British pound should be paid attention. Just check how much influence the pound-yen exchange rate make to the dollar-yen exchange rate. Correlation of pound yen exchange rate and the dollar-yen exchange rate is very strong. In other words, if the pound weakens against the yen, the dollar weakens against the yen. Recently, the dollar-yen exchange rate is around $ 1 = 105 yen. However, the yen might strengthen against dollar, depending on the results publication of the Monetary Policy Committee in United Kingdom on November 3rd.
Moreover, Japanese market is closed on November 3rd. I think that it is November 3rd when foreign investors play a funny trick on the exchange rates.
○US employment statistics on November 4th.
US Employment statistics make a direct impact on the determination of interest rate hike in December. Pay attention to non-farm payrolls and the unemployment rate.
The following is the details of the investment schedule.
Japan：Industrial production index bulletin (September)
Japan：Construction machinery shipments (September)
Japan：Housing starts (September)
Japan：Announcement of financial results (From April to September): Shionogi, Eisai, Kobe Steel, TDK, Fanuc, Murata Manufacturing, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, JAL, TEPCO
Europe：GDP preliminary estimate (July-September quarter), CPI bulletin (October)
US：Personal Income, Personal Consumption Expenditure
Japan：The results of the Bank of Japan meeting, outlook report
Japan：President Kuroda conference
Japan：Announcement of financial results (From April to September): Nippon Meat Packers, Asahi, Nippon Steel Sumitomo Metals, Sumitomo electricity, NTN, Sharp, Sony, Sumitomo Corporation, KDDI
China：Manufacturing, non-manufacturing industries, goods new manufacturing PMI (October)
Australia：The results announcement of Board of Directors
US：ISM manufacturing business confidence index (October)
Japan：Consumption Survey (October)
Japan：UNIQLO Japan sales announcement (October)
Japan：Announcement of financial results (From April to September)：Japan paper, Renesas, Mazda, Fuji Heavy Industries, Olympus, Itochu, Mitsui & Co., Ltd., NTT data
US：ADP employment report (May 10)
US：FOMC result announcement
Japan：Culture Day, the Japanese market closed on Thursday
United Kingdom：Results publishment of Monetary Policy Committee
US：Labor productivity index preliminary (July-September quarter)
US：ISM non-manufacturing business confidence index (October)
US：Factory orders (September)
US：Announcement of financial results (July-September quarter): Credit Suisse, Societe Generale, Starbucks
Japan：Checking account factors affecting prospects (November)
Japan：Announcement of financial results(January to September): The Lion, Uni-Charm
Japan：Announcement of financial results(April to September): DeNA over, Nisshin steel HD, Hitachi structure, Suzuki, Marubeni Corporation, Mitsubishi Corporation, Marui G
Australia：Retail sales (September)
US：Employment statistics (October)
US：Trade balance (September)
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