Japan will on Monday release April figures for imports, exports and trade balance, highlighting a light day for Asia-Pacific economic activity.
In March, imports were down 14.5 percent on year, while exports climbed 8.5 percent for a trade surplus of 229.3 billion yen.
Singapore will provide April numbers for consumer prices; in March, inflation was up 0.2 percent on month and down 0.3 percent on year.
Taiwan will see April numbers for commercial sales and industrial output. Commercial sales are expected to fall 1.4 percent on year after losing 0.65 percent in March. Industrial output is expected to add an annual 4.1 percent after gaining 6.49 percent in the previous month.
Finally, the stock markets in South Korea and Hong Kong are closed on Monday for Buddha's birthday, and will re-open on Tuesday.