The releases of employment change and the unemployment rate for Australia are expected on February 21, at 2:30 MT time.
China May data demonstrates stable surge as exports stay solid
China's economy has managed to remain on a steady footing, buoyed by solid revenues in trade as well as investment because economic ties with the USA take a positive turn, while infrastructure spending cushions domestic surge.
A Reuters survey of indicators from trade and industrial output to loans as well as property investment, is supposed to show that economic surge held up perfectly into the second quarter, thus defying worries of a steep slowdown. Additionally, Beijing has already tamed lending for the purpose of averting bubbles and debt risks, although tougher regulations have drove worries that the measures could go too far and affect surge.
Financial experts told they felt reassured by upbeat clues from the top leaders of the United States and China that a trade feud between the two economic power-houses was quite avoidable.
In May, in sign of progress, the United States and China agreed to take action by mid-July to step up access for American financial firms and also expand trade in chicken and beef among other steps as part of Washington's intention to reduce its trade deficit with Beijing.
The release of the Federal open market committee (FOMC) meeting minutes is scheduled on February 20, at 21.00 MT time.
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