Looking at the central bank calendar, the week ahead is also scheduled to be a relatively quiet week with just the Bank of Japan and South African Reserve Banks set to meet. Both will surely keep rates unchanged, but the question mark would hang over the Bank of Japan's asset purchase program. Outside of that, the Bank of England is set to release its Monetary Policy Committee meeting minutes. Europe and China have the much watched flash PMI economic indicators due out later in the week, and New Zealand has inflation expectations data and the annual Government budget due out in the week ahead.
Bank of Japan
South African Reserve Bank
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