Australia will on Wednesday see Q2 figures for consumer prices, highlighting a modest day for Asia-Pacific economic activity.
Consumer prices are expected to rise 0.5 percent on quarter and 2.2 percent on year after gaining 0.4 percent on quarter and 1.9 percent on year in the previous three months.
The trimmed mean is expected to hold steady at 0.5 percent on quarter and 1.9 percent on year, while the weighted median is called unchanged at 0.5 percent on quarter and 2.0 percent on year.
Australia also will see June figures for skilled vacancies; in May, vacancies were down 0.9 percent on month.
New Zealand will release June numbers for imports, exports and trade balance. Imports are called at NZ$4.92 billion, down from NZ$5.12 billion in May. Exports are pegged at NZ$5.06 billion, down from NZ$5.42 billion in the previous month. The trade surplus is expected to come in at NZ$200 million, down from NZ$294 million a month earlier.
Singapore will provide June data for industrial production; in May, output was up 0.4 percent on month and 11.1 percent on year.