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Main events scheduled for June 8-15

June 5, 2014



June 8 (SUN)

-- No major events.

June 9 (MON)

-- Finance Ministry to release preliminary balance of payments statistics for April.

-- Bank of Japan to release outstanding balance of bank loans for May.

-- Cabinet Office to release revised statistics of gross domestic product for January-March quarter.

-- Cabinet Office to release survey on consumer trends for May.

-- Cabinet Office to release monthly "economy watchers" survey for May.

-- Internal Affairs and Communications Ministry and Nikkei newspaper to start two-day Global ICT Summit 2014 in Tokyo.

June 10 (TUES)

-- Bank of Japan to release preliminary money stock statistics for May.

June 11 (WED)

-- "Question time" debate between party leaders to be held at Diet.

-- Bank of Japan to release preliminary wholesale price index for May.

-- Finance Ministry to release report on business outlook for April-June quarter.

-- Japan Automobile Dealers Association to release sales of used vehicles for May.

June 12 (THURS)

-- Bank of Japan to start two-day meeting of its decision-making Policy Board.

-- Japanese National Commission for UNESCO to pick candidates of UNESCO's Memory of the World to be listed in 2015.

-- Cabinet Office to release machinery orders for April.

-- World Cup soccer finals to be held in Brazil through July 13.

June 13 (FRI)

-- Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda to hold press conference.

-- Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry to release revised industrial production index for April.

June 14 (SAT)

-- No major events.

June 15 (SUN)

-- No major events.



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Source: Japan Economic Newswire


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