Asia Day Book 26/12/2012(Bloomberg) - ASIA DAYBOOK: Japan’s Abe, BOJ Minutes, Thai Trade, Singapore IP 5:20
Today: Thailand trade, Singapore factory output; BOJ releases minutes for Nov. 19-20 meeting. Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand markets closed for a holiday.

• Japan’s parliament convenes special session that will name Shinzo Abe prime minister and bring to power a government ready to increase spending and apply pressure on the central bank for more policy easing
• Bank of Japan releases minutes of its Nov. 19-20 meeting, when its decision to leave policy unchanged in the face of political pressure pushed up the yen
• Tohoku Electric Power presents evidence that its Higashidori nuclear plant is not on an active fault
• Escondida workers in Chile reject BHP Billiton’s proposal to agree on wage contract before terms expire next year; union says co. can still propose higher offer before compulsory negotiations are triggered
• China’s money-market rate dropped the most in two weeks yesterday as the central bank added more funds to the financial system
• China will stick to home purchase restrictions and will “strictly” curb speculative housing demand in 2013: Xinhua
• China’s State Council approves further expansion of a trial program under which commercial banks could set up fund management companies: Xinhua
• South Korean consumer confidence failed to improve this month as a budget stand-off in the U.S. and austerity measures in Europe highlighted risks for exports
• Singapore’s industrial production probably rose 4.8% Y/y in Nov. after 2.1% decline pvs month, according to median of 13 economists’ ests. compiled by Bloomberg
• Asahi Group FY oper. profit below forecast, Nikkei says
• Cornerstone investors of Felda Global Ventures collectively holding 19.8% stake will be free to sell their shares from today, according to co.’s prospectus released May 31
• Shares of Credit Analysis & Research expected to list on BSE and NSE today after offer for sale of 6.12m shrs by its investors got 41 times demand
• India’s oil cos. seek to acquire stakes in Russian oil and LNG projects: joint statement by both nations

• 11am: Thailand Nov. Customs Exports Y/y; est. 26.40% (prior 15.57%)
• 11am: Thailand Nov. Customs Imports Y/y; est. 24.00% (prior 21.61%)
• 11am: Thailand Nov. Customs Trade Balance; est. -$1400m (prior -$2470m)
• 1pm: Singapore Nov. Industrial Production M/m SA; est. 0.0% (prior 3.3%)
• 1pm: Singapore Nov. Industrial Production Y/y; est. 4.8% (prior -2.1%)
• 1pm: Japan Dec. Small Business Confidence; no est. (prior 43.3)
• TBA: Macau Nov. Unemployment Rate; no est. (prior 1.9%)
• TBA: Kazakhstan 26-Dec. Refinancing Rate; no est. (prior 5.50%)

CENTRAL BANKS (Hong Kong time):
• 7:50am: BOJ Minutes for Nov. 19-20 Meeting
• 8am: Philippine Central Bank Releases Inflation Forecast for Dec.
• 3:30pm: BSP Deputy Governor Nestor Espenilla Holds Briefing on Basel III

GOVERNMENT (Hong Kong time):
• Japan’s Diet Holds Special Session to Elect Shinzo Abe Premier
• 9am: China’s bullet train line opens btwn Beijing and Guangzhou
• 6pm: Vietnam’s Government year-end press briefing

• Nothing major scheduled

• 11:45am: Japan sells 2-yr notes
• 5:30pm: India to sell INR 50b 364-day bills
• 5:30pm: India to sell INR 50b 91-day bills
• 7pm: India 26-Dec. 91 Day T-Bill Bid/Cover Ratio; no est. (prior 4.63)
• 7pm: India 26-Dec. 91 Day T-Bill Cutoff Yield; no est. (prior 8.14%)
• 7pm: India 26-Dec. 91 Day T-Bill Cutoff Price Rs.; no est. (prior 98.01)
• 7pm: India 26-Dec. 364 Day T-Bill Cutoff Yield; no est. (prior 8.05%)
• 7pm: India 26-Dec. 364 Day T-Bill Bid/Cover Ratio; no est. (prior 4.38)
• 7pm: India 26-Dec. 364 Day T-Bill Cutoff Price Rs; no est. (prior 92.57)
• 10pm: Azerbaijan to Sell 28-Day CB Notes
• TBA: Pakistan Plans to Sell PKR50b 3,6 and 12 Month Tbills
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