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ASIA DAYBOOK & OVERNIGHT: Trump-Tillerson on North Korea

(Bloomberg) — Japan Tankan, Thailand & Indonesia inflation
rates, Japan Nikkei PMI. India, Hong Kong, China and South
Korean markets closed for public holidays.
WHAT TO WATCH:
* U.K.’s Fox Sees U.S. Among First Post-Brexit Trade Deals
* Emerging-Market Week in Review: Yellen, Trump Ignite Selloff
* Australia’s ‘Dr. No’ Resurfaces, Threatening Turnbull
Government
* Shopkeeper May Be Key to Jakarta Stock Rally as Foreigners
Exit
* Go-Jek to Expand Beyond Indonesia, on Track to Clash With Grab
* Flood of Foreign Direct Investment Spurs Vietnam Growth: Chart
* Oil Market Stars Risk Being Dimmed by Giant Version 2.0 in
China
* Trump Tells Tillerson North Korea Outreach a Waste of Time
* High Rollers Drive Macau’s Revenue Growth for 14th Month
* Trump Tells Tillerson That North Korea Outreach a Waste of
Time

U.S.
* Trump to Tillerson: ‘Save Your Energy’ on North Korea Outreach
* Mnuchin Says Tax Reforms Aimed Squarely at Middle-Class Cuts

Europe
* Rajoy Says Catalan Ballot Is Void, Defending Police Crackdown
* U.K.’s May Dogged by Question of Why She Won’t Fire Johnson

EARNINGS: (All times HK)
* Create SD (3148 JP)
* Kewpie (2809 JP) 2pm
* Shimamura (8227 JP)

WHAT HAPPENED IN OVERSEAS MARKETS:
* S&P 500 up 0.4% to 2,519.36
* Dow Jones up 0.1% to 22,405.09
* Nasdaq up 0.7% to 6,495.96
* STOXX Europe 600 up 0.5% to 388.16
* Gold spot down 0.3% to $1,281.50
* WTI Futures up 0.2% to 51.67
* U.S. Dollar Index down 0.01% to 93.08
* Yen down 0.02% to 112.5300 per US$
* U.S. 10Y yield widened 2.5 bps to 2.3336%

ECONOMIC DATA (All times HK):
* Oct. 2-Oct. 9: (SI) Sept. Foreign Reserves, prior $273.1b
* Oct. 2-Oct. 13: (PK) Aug. Money Supply M2 YoY, prior 12.96%
* Oct. 2-Oct. 6: (PK) Sept. CPI YoY, est. 4.2%, prior 3.41%
* 6am: (AU) Sept. CBA Australia PMI Mfg, prior 53.5%
* 7:50am: (JN) 3Q Tankan Large Mfg Index, est. 18, prior 172.6%
* 8:30am: (TA) Sept. Nikkei Taiwan PMI Mfg, prior 54.3
* 8:30am: (SK) Sept. Nikkei South Korea PMI Mfg, prior 49.9
* 8:30am: (JN) Sept. Nikkei Japan PMI Mfg, prior 52.6
* 8:30am: (VN) Sept. Nikkei Vietnam PMI Mfg, prior 51.8
* 8:30am: (TH) Sept. Nikkei Thailand PMI Mfg, prior 49.5
* 8:30am: (PH) Sept. Nikkei Philippines PMI Mfg, prior 50.6
* 8:30am: (ID) Sept. Nikkei Indonesia PMI Mfg, prior 50.7
* 8:30am: (MA) Sept. Nikkei Malaysia PMI, prior 50.4
* 11am: (TH) Sept. CPI YoY, est. 0.5%, prior 0.32%
* 12pm: (ID) Sept. CPI YoY, est. 3.7%, prior 3.82%
* 1pm: (JN) Sept. Vehicle Sales YoY, prior 4.72%
* 3:30pm: (TH) Sept. Business Sentiment Index, prior 50.7
* 9pm: (SI) Sept. Purchasing Managers Index, prior 51.8
* 9pm: (SI) Sept. Electronics Sector Index, prior 53.2

U.S. ECO DATA:
* 9:45pm: Sept. Markit US Manufacturing PMI, est. 53, prior 53
* 10pm: Sept. ISM Manufacturing, est. 58, prior 58.8
* 10pm: Sept. ISM Prices Paid, est. 63.5, prior 62

GOVERNMENT:
* 10am-4pm: (TH) Prime Minister Chan-Ocha Visits President Trump
in Washington
* 9am: (NZ) Treasury Publishes Monthly Economic Indicators

CENTRAL BANKS (All times HK):
* Nothing major scheduled

CORPORATE EVENTS:
* Annual general meetings: Nothing major scheduled
* Extraordinary Shareholders Meeting: SGX SP
* Other Events: SGX SP
* Earnings Calls: Nothing major scheduled
* Sales Results: 6146 JP
* Other/M&A: Nothing major scheduled

EUROPEAN ECO DATA (All times HK):
* 3:50pm: (FR) Sept. Markit France Manufacturing PMI, est. 56,
prior 56
* 3:55pm: (GE) Sept. Markit/BME Germany Manufacturing PMI, est.
60.6, prior 60.6
* 4pm: (EC) Sept. Markit Eurozone Manufacturing PMI, est. 58.2,
prior 58.2
* 4:30pm: (UK) Sept. Markit UK PMI Manufacturing SA, est. 56.2,
prior 56.9
* 5pm: (EC) Aug. Unemployment Rate, est. 9.0%, prior 9.1%

To contact the reporter on this story:
Divya Balji in Singapore at dbalji1@bloomberg.net

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