Japan Calendar, Aug. 6-Aug. 10

The following is a calendar of expected financial events in Japan. Other calendars can be found at: {ECO JN <GO>} for economic indicators, {ACDR <GO>} for earnings, and {CACT <GO>} for corporate actions. Times may change.

Aug. 6

Economic Releases: 11:00 Unit sales of new vehicles by brand, July. 11:00 Unit sales of light vehicles by brand, July. 14:00 Diffusion index for June.

Other Events: 10:20 Announcement of Treasury Discount Bills. 11:00 Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura regular press

conference. 16:00 Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura regular press

conference.

Earnings: 13:00 Hoya (7741) 13:00 Shionogi & Co. (4507) 15:00 Nippon Telegraph & Telephone (9432)

Aug. 7

Economic Releases: 08:50 Money market operations conducted by Bank of Japan,

July. 08:50 Bank of Japan transactions with the government, July. 14:00 Domestic mobile phone shipments for June.

Other Events: NA Success Holdings shares begin trading on Osaka

Securities Exchange’s Jasdaq market. NA Finance Minister Jun Azumi, Economy Minister Motohisa

Furukawa and Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura

give press conferences, following a Cabinet meeting. 10:20 Auction notice of Treasury Discount Bills. 10:30 Auction notice of 40-year Japanese government bonds. 12:35 Auction result of Treasury Discount Bills. 12:45 Auction result of 40-year Japanese government bonds. 13:00 KDDI, Softbank, NTT DoCoMo announce net change and

accumulated mobile phone contracts for July. 16:00 Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura regular press

conference.

Earnings: 14:30 Square Enix Holdings (9684) 14:30 Sumitomo Realty & Development (8830) 15:00 Sapporo Holdings (2501) 15:00 Bridgestone (5108) 15:00 Idemitsu Kosan (5019) 15:00 Pioneer (6773) 15:20 Daikin Industries (6367)

Aug. 8

Economic Releases: 08:50 Trade statistics, Ministry of Finance. 08:50 Principal figures of financial institutions, July. 10:20 Auction notice of Treasury Discount Bills. 10:20 Announcement of Treasury Discount Bills. 12:35 Auction result of Treasury Discount Bills. 13:30 Bankruptcies for July. 13:30 Current survey of selected service industries for June,

preliminary report. 14:00 Economy watchers data, July.

Other Events: 11:00 Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura regular press

conference. 14:00 Bank of Japan begins two-day monetary policy meeting. 15:00 Former Prime Minister Naoto Kan gives news conference

at Japan National Press Club. 16:00 Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura regular press

conference.

Earnings: 15:00 Nikon (7731)

Aug. 9

Economic Releases: 08:50 Money stock, July. 08:50 Machine orders, June. 11:00 Office vacancy rate, July. 15:00 Machine tool orders, July, preliminary.

Other Events: 09:00 Bank of Japan begins second-day of two-day monetary

policy meeting, followed by 15:30 briefing by Governor

Masaaki Shirakawa. 10:20 Announcement of Treasury Discount Bills. 11:00 Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura regular press

conference. 16:00 Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura regular press

conference.

Earnings: 11:30 JGC (1963) 13:30 Otsuka Holdings (4578) 15:00 Olympus (7733) 15:00 DeNA (2432) 15:00 Yamada Denki (9831) 15:30 Rohm (6963) 16:00 Nexon (3659)

Aug. 10

Economic Releases: 08:50 Corporate goods price index, July. 10:00 Beer shipments, July. 13:30 Current survey of commerce, June, final report. 13:30 Industrial production for June, final report. 16:30 Basic figures on fails, July, Bank of Japan.

Other Events: NA Finance Minister Jun Azumi, Economy Minister Motohisa

Furukawa and Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura

give press conferences following a Cabinet meeting. 10:30 Notice of auction for enhanced liquidity. 12:45 Result of auction for enhanced liquidity. 14:00 Monthly report of recent economic and financial

developments, August, summary. 16:00 Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura regular press

conference.

Earnings: NA MS&AD Insurance Group Holdings (8725) 15:00 Aiful (8515) 15:00 T&D Holdings (8795) 15:30 Dai-ichi Life Insurance (8750) 15:30 Tokio Marine Holdings (8766)

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