A central bank decision in Japan and second-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) from China will be the key events in Asia this week.
The week begins in Southeast Asia with economic data from Singapore and India.
Singapore's advance second-quarter GDP rose an annual 2.1 percent, missing a Reuters forecast for a 3.1 percent increase, due to a slide in manufacturing output and weakness in the services sector.
Next up is India's wholesale price inflation (WPI) for June. After prices soared to a five-month high of 6 percent on year in May, Moody's Analytics expects WPI slowed to 5.6 percent in June.
"Core inflation has risen in recent months, while food inflation has eased. We expect these trends to continue for several more months and for wholesale price index growth to hold near 5 percent before an expected acceleration in food prices later in the year," the firm said in a note.