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Japan Calendar, Oct. 3-7

Oct. 3 (Bloomberg) -- 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.

Oct. 3

Economic Events: 08:50 Tankan summary for Sept. 10:00 Digital camera shipment volume for Aug. 14:00 Unit sales of new vehicles for Sept. 14:00 Unit sales of light vehicles for Sept.

Other Events: NA Miyakoshi Holdings Inc. lists shares on the first

sections of Tokyo Stock Exchange and Osaka Securities

Exchange. NA Taisho Pharmaceutical Co. lists shares on Tokyo Stock

Exchange’s First Section. NA Sanoyas Holdings Corp. lists shares on Osaka

Securities Exchange’s First Section. NA Nissin Sugar Holdings Co. lists shares on Tokyo Stock

Exchange’s Second Section. NA Eikoh Holdings Inc. lists shares on Tokyo Stock

Exchange’s Second Section. NA A government committee investigating management and

finance of Tokyo Electric Power Co. submits report to

Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda. NA Financial Services Minister Shozaburo Jimi visits

Europe until Oct. 8 to discuss European debt crisis

with British, German and French officials. 11:00 Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura gives regular

press conference. 11:00 Tokyo Electric Power Co. gives press conference on

Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear disaster. 12:00 Yuji Kuroiwa, the governor of Kanagawa prefecture,

gives speech at Japan National Press Club in Tokyo. 13:30 Sources of changes in current account balances at Bank

of Japan and market operations, Sept. 16:00 Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura gives regular

press conference. 16:30 Fukushima nuclear disaster countermeasure headquarters

holds press conference on Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s

Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power plant.

Oct. 4

Economic Events: 08:50 Tankan, figures by industry. 08:50 Tankan, comprehensive data set. 08:50 Monetary base for Sept. 10:30 Monthly labor survey for Aug., preliminary.

Other Events: NA CEATEC Japan 2011 begins. NA Finance Minister Jun Azumi, Economy Minister Motohisa

Furukawa and Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura

give press conferences, following a Cabinet meeting. 08:50 Sources of changes in current account balances,

projections for Oct. 10:20 Auction notice of Treasury Discount Bills. 10:20 Announcement of Treasury Discount Bills. 10:30 Auction notice of 10-year Japanese government bonds. 11:00 Tokyo Electric Power Co. gives press conference on

Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear disaster. 12:35 Auction result of Treasury Discount Bills. 12:45 Auction result of 10-year Japanese government bonds. 15:00 Fast Retailing Co. releases Uniqlo same-store sales

for Sept. 16:00 Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura gives regular

press conference. 18:00 Tokyo Electric Power Co. gives press conference on

Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear disaster.

Earnings: NA Seven & I Holdings Co. (3382)

Oct. 5

Economic Releases: 13:30 Indexes of industrial domestic shipments and exports

for Aug.

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

press conference. 11:00 Tokyo Electric Power Co. gives press conference on

Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear disaster. 12:00 Fujitsu Ltd. President Masami Yamamoto gives speech at

the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Japan in Tokyo. 12:35 Auction result of Treasury Discount Bills. 16:00 Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura gives regular

press conference. 18:00 Tokyo Electric Power Co. gives press conference on

Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear disaster.

Oct. 6

Economic Events: 08:50 International transactions in securities for last week. 11:00 Unit sales of new vehicles by brand for Sept. 11:00 Unit sales of light vehicles by brand for Sept. 11:00 Unit sales of imported vehicles for Sept. 11:00 Office vacancy rate.

Other Events: 10:30 Auction notice of the Auction for Enhanced-liquidity. 10:30 Announcement of 30-year Japanese government bonds. 11:00 Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura gives regular

press conference. 11:00 Tokyo Electric Power Co. gives press conference on

Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear disaster. 12:00 Yoshimi Watanabe, the president of Your Party, gives

speech at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Japan in

Tokyo. 12:45 Result of auction for Enhanced-liquidity. 14:00 Bank of Japan begins two-day monetary policy meeting. 16:00 Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura gives regular

press conference. 16:30 Fukushima nuclear disaster countermeasure headquarters

holds press conference on Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s

Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power plant.

Oct. 7

Economic Events: 08:50 Monetary base and Bank of Japan’s transactions, Sept. 08:50 Bank of Japan’s transactions with the government, Sept. 14:00 Diffusion indexes for Aug.

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

Furukawa and Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura

give press conferences, following a Cabinet meeting. 09:00 Bank of Japan begins second day of two-day monetary

policy meeting, followed by a press conference by

Governor Masaaki Shirakawa at 15:30. 10:00 Bank of Japan accounts as of Sept. 30. 10:20 Announcement of Treasury Discount Bills. 11:00 Tokyo Electric Power Co. gives press conference on

Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear disaster. 15:00 Amounts outstanding in the call market, Sept. 16:00 Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura gives regular

press conference. 18:00 Tokyo Electric Power Co. gives press conference on

Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear disaster.

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