FXstreet.com (Barcelona) - NAB Research Team comments on the latest market talk related to the China growth numbers:"Premier Wen had, earlier in the week, aggravated fears that annual growth might have significantly undershot 8% in the June quarter. Yet comments reported by the Xin Hua agency on Thursday quoting government economist Yu Bin as saying H1 growth projected noth of 8%, that it would be slightly stronger in H2, and that the economy was not in need of massive stimulus, suggests otherwise." The long-awaited China Q2 GDP data is due at 2GMT. A batch of other indictors, including the monthly (June) reads on industrial production, investment and retail sales, will be also released, and according to NAB, "will be giving us perhaps a better sense of economic momentum running into Q3." For the AUD today, NAB sees temptation to call for further weakness "after yesterday’s break below ‘channel support’ at around 1.0162 and the subsequent break below 1.0130" they say: Yet if the China data comes better-than-expected, "an attack on parity may be a fight that has to wait for another day" NAB concludes.