AUD/JPY Fundamental Analysis & Economic Strength Meter - August 2, 2014
The AUD/JPY fundamental analysis is updated weekly. This is mainly derived from the recent major economic releases and news. The AUD/JPY economic strength meter at the bottom shows the relative strength or weakness of the recent economic releases and news from Australia and Japan, which may affect the relative strength of Australian dollar versus Japanese yen.
AUD/JPY - Recent economic releases
AUD: HIA New Home Sales (MoM): 1.2% against the previous -4.3%.
AUD: Building Permits: Year over year change was 16.0% and was better than the previous 15.2%.
AUD: AiG Performance of Manufacturing Index: 50.7 against the previous 48.9.
AUD: Producer price Index (YoY - Q2): 2.3% against the previous 2.5%.
JPY: Overall Household Spending (YoY): -3.0%, positive as compared to the consensus (-3.8%) as well as the previous -8.0%.
JPY: Unemployment rate went up unexpectedly from 3.5% to 3.7%.
JPY: Retail Trade: Year on year retail trade -0.6% and negative as compared to the consensus (-0.5%) as well as the previous -0.4%. Similarly the large retailers' sales went down by -1.8% from the previous -1.2%.
JPY: Industrial Production (YoY - preliminary): 3.2% and quite better than the previous 1.0%
JPY: Housing: Year-over-year housing starts was -9.5% and was positive as compared to the consensus (-11.5%) as well as the previous -15.0%. However the year over year construction orders went down from previous 13.7% to 9.3%, indicating the some slowness should be seen in the future.
JPY: Nomura/JMMA Manufacturing PMI: 50.5 against the previous 51.5.
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