Imports are expected to rise 5.6% on year after easing 1.6% in May. Exports are called higher by 10.2% after gaining 7.0% in the previous month. The trade balance is expected to reflect a surplus of
Machine orders are tipped to add 0.7% on month and 10.1% on year after tumbling 9.1% on month and climbing 17.6% on year in April.
The tertiary industry index is expected to gain 1.7% on month after tumbling 5.4% in April. The domestic price index is tipped to add 0.1% on month and 4.5% on year after gaining 0.3% on month and 4.4% on year in May. The consumer confidence index is expected to rise to 40.3 from 39.3 in May.
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