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5 Things on Asia’s Economic Calendar


A closely watched survey of Japanese business sentiment and an early gauge of China’s manufacturing activity are key events on Asia’s economic calendar next week. Other notable events include New Zealand’s GDP, Malaysia’s inflation reading and the Bank of Thailand’s rate decision.

Source: http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2014/12/12/5-things-on-asias-economic-calendar/?mod=WSJBlog

What Weird Vinyl Orders Are Doing to Old-School Record Production

A worker organizes record labels before they’re pressed onto vinyl records during production at the Rainbo Records manufacturing facility in Canoga Park, Calif., in March.

Source: http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2014/12/11/what-weird-vinyl-orders-are-doing-to-old-school-record-production/?mod=blogmod

Where U.S. Factories Have the Most to Gain From Cheap Oil

Steel plants use lots of petroleum-derived raw materials and are already counting big savings from this year’s rapid fall in oil prices.
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Source: http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2014/12/11/where-u-s-factories-have-the-most-to-gain-from-cheap-oil/?mod=marketbeat

5 Things to Watch on Asia’s Economic Calendar

Bloomberg News

A revised GDP figure from Japan—after falling into a technical recession in the third quarter—and China’s inflation data are the highlights of Asia’s economic calendar next week.

Source: http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2014/12/05/5-things-to-watch-on-asias-economic-calendar/?mod=WSJBlog
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