DIARY-Japan - Dec 2

Sun Dec 1, 2013 4:59pm EST

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    Monday, Dec. 2
    - Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda delivers speech,
holds news conference in Nagoya, central Japan.
    **2350 - October-December business capex
    0500 - November new vehicle sales
    Tuesday, Dec. 3
    0130 - Liquidity-enhancing government bond auction
    0130 - October overtime pay
    0601 - Fast Retailing issues November Japan Uniqlo
same-store sales
    Wednesday, Dec. 4
    -- Bank of Japan board member Takehiro Sato speaks in
Hakodate, northern Japan
    0300 - Petroleum association releases weekly data on crude
oil stocks
    Thursday, Dec. 5
    **2350 - Weekly capital flows data
    0120 - Three-month discount bill auction
    0130 - Ten-year government bond auction
    Friday, Dec. 6
    **2350 - November foreign reserves
    0120 - Six-month discount bill auction
    0500 - October leading indicator 
    Saturday, Dec. 7
    0200 - Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda speaks at
University of Tokyo
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