Japan will on Thursday see September figures for the eco watchers survey, highlighting a modest day for Asia-Pacific economic activity. In August, the survey for current conditions had a score of 43.9, while the outlook was at 42.4.
Japan also will see August figures for current account, with forecasts suggesting a surplus of 1,983.7 billion yen following the 1,468.3 billion yen surplus in July.
South Korea will provide August figures for current account; in July, the current account surplus was $7.45 billion.
Taiwan will release September numbers for consumer prices; in August, overall inflation was up 0.18 percent on month and down 0.33 percent on year, while wholesale prices dropped an annual 9.09 percent.
Indonesia will provide August data for retail sales; in July, sales were down 12.3 percent on year.
Thailand will see September results for its consumer confidence index; in August, the index score was 51.0.
Finally, the markets in China remain closed for the National Day holiday and will return to action on Friday.
The material has been provided by InstaForex Company – www.instaforex.com