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MNI: PBOC Net Injects CNY165 Billion via OMOs Friday
MNI: PBOC Yuan Parity Lower At 6.9052 Friday; -8.05% Y/Y
MNI Global Week Ahead May 31 – June 4
Key Things to Watch:
- Tuesday, June 1 – Reserve Bank of Australia Meeting
- The Reserve Bank of Australia meets Tuesday with little to no action expected after the bank said it would address key decisions on its bond buying program in July.
- At the May meeting, the central bank said it would wait until July to consider whether to retain the April 2024 bond as the target bond for the 3-year yield target or to shift to the next maturity, the November 2024 bond. The bank said the July meeting would also consider future bond purchases following the completion in September of the second AUD100 billion of purchases under the AUD200 billion government bond purchase program.
- With no move expected on interest rates, currently at a record low of 0.10%, the RBA continues to be in a holding pattern as it waits for more evidence on the strength of the domestic recovery. Unemployment and inflation are the key factors in determining any change in monetary policy, and while the signs are encouraging the RBA has said that conditions for an interest rate rise are "unlikely until 2024 at the earliest."
- Thursday, June 3 – U.S. Jobless Claims
- U.S. jobless claims filed through May 29 should hold relatively steady, with Bloomberg forecasting a modest decline to 405,000 from 406,000 through May 22, a new pandemic low.
- Analysts say both initial and continuing claims could see a sharp decline in mid-June, when many states plan to opt out of enhanced federal UI benefits.
- Friday, June 4 – U.S. Nonfarm Payrolls
- U.S. employers likely added 663,000 jobs through May, according to Bloomberg, more than doubling April's disappointing 266,000 gain.
- The same factors that kept workers at home in April, like childcare issues, enhanced unemployment benefits, and virus fears, likely extended into May, though analysts say high wages have probably enticed some to reenter the labor force.
- Average hourly earnings should increase 0.2% after spiking 0.7% in April, according to Bloomberg.
- Meanwhile, the unemployment rate in May should dip down to 5.9% after ticking up to 6.1% in April.
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