04 Feb '11, 12pm

Business Times Online: FX Money Markets: Currencies: As the tiger makes way for the rabbit in the lunar New Year...

KR: Inflation is spreading to core items. Growth is regaining momentum. The central bank's policy focus is on containing inflation, obviously. · ID: Inflation is unlikely to recede below 7 per cent anytime soon. Exports are expected to remain strong and underpin external balance of payments · IN: Surging input costs call for tightening on the fiscal and monetary fronts; narrower trade deficit in Dec is not surprising. · US: Labour indicators continue to strengthen. Yesterday's (Jan) ISM jumped more than two points to 60.8 but the highlight of the report was the employment subcomponent, which rose to a 38-year high of 61.7 · EZ: The ECB meets on policy tomorrow amidst rising CPI prints and renewed tensions in the sovereign debt market. · Currencies: As the tiger makes way for the rabbit in the lunar New Year, markets are becoming less ferocious and more friendly · Fixed inc...

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