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What’s New on the Economic Calendar in Asia – Thursday, November 3, 2022 – Another Chinese PMI

You’re tired of this ? At that time, here is what awaits Asia in the data agenda.

Nothing too much here to shake up the main special effects to any great extent. China’s services PMI (private survey) will still show the effects of ongoing COVID outbreaks and lockdowns. Still waiting for Xi’s ‘pivot’ on COVID!

Early October Chinese PMI:

This snapshot of the ForexLive economic data calendar, access it here.

The times in the leftmost column are GMT.

The numbers in the rightmost column are the “previous” result (previous month/quarter, as applicable). The number in the column next to that, where there is a number, is the expected consensus median.

I’ve noted data for New Zealand and Australia with text because the similarity of the small flags can sometimes be confusing.

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