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2014/11/28 16:37
2014/11/28 16:37
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Lackluster Japan economic data paints gloomy picture for Abenomics TOKYO -- Japan released a string of lackluster economic data Friday with inflation hitting its lowest level for more than a year,...
2014/11/28 16:37
2014/11/28 16:37
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2014/11/28 06:27
2014/11/28 06:27
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Japan bond yield goes negative as BOJ faces oil threat TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese government bonds traded at a negative yield for the first time ever on Friday, thanks to the Bank of Japan's massive...
2014/11/25 08:57
2014/11/25 08:57
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Japan's trade deficit narrowed sharply in October, data showed on Thursday, as a weaker yen boosted exports while lower oil prices brought down the country's massive energy bill. The figures marked a...
2014/11/23 21:38
2014/11/23 21:38
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Japan may borrow more debt over a longer horizon as the country steps up its already super-loose monetary policy to prop up economic growth and avoid slipping back into deflation. The plan is seen...
2014/11/21 05:06
2014/11/21 05:06
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The bourse operator will list futures on the JPX Nikkei Index 400 (JPNK400) from Nov. 25, a move analysts say will draw investors as disparate as the Bank of Japan, short-sellers, pension funds and...
2014/11/21 04:16
2014/11/21 04:16
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Japan’s finance chief said the yen has been weakening too fast over the past week, the strongest statement yet by one of the nation’s top policy makers as the central bank’s expanded stimulus drives...
2014/11/20 07:18
2014/11/20 07:18
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Japan's trade deficit narrowed sharply in October, data showed on Thursday, as a weaker yen boosted exports while lower oil prices brought down the country's massive energy bill. The figures marked a...
2014/11/19 16:12
2014/11/19 16:12
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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has accused Japanese supplier Takata of “an unwillingness to move forward” on an expanded nationwide recall of potentially lethal air bags,...
2014/11/19 12:27
2014/11/19 12:27
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As debt piles up, Japan tries to lock in low borrowing costs TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan may borrow more debt over a longer horizon as the country steps up its already super-loose monetary policy to prop...
2014/11/19 05:43
2014/11/19 05:43
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Japanese shares gave up early gains on Wednesday as investors booked profits after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe delayed a tax hike and said he would call a snap election to seek a fresh mandate for his...
2014/11/19 01:16
2014/11/19 01:16
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Most Asian stocks rose, led by Japanese shares after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called an early election and shelved plans to increase the sales tax, stoking a selloff in the yen. The dollar also...
2014/11/17 04:43
2014/11/17 04:43
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Gross domestic product (GDP) fell at an annualised 1.6% pace in July-September, after it plunged 7.3% in the second quarter following a rise in the national sales tax, which clobbered consumer...
2014/11/13 13:19
2014/11/13 13:19
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Roundup: Nikkei climbs on weak yen, hopes for sales tax hike delay | GlobalPost Please support our site by enabling javascript to view info. Please support our site by enabling javascript to view...
2014/11/13 02:49
2014/11/13 02:49
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TOKYO--Japanese core machinery orders rose for the fourth straight month in September, the government said Thursday, suggesting capital spending remains solid even as consumer spending falters in the...
2014/11/12 11:10
2014/11/12 11:10
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Akiko Takada, Shigehisa’s mother, wasn’t available at the address registered under her name. She served on the company’s board from June 1991 to June 2007 and now heads its charitable...
2014/11/10 14:38
2014/11/10 14:38
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LONDON - Treasuries gained for a second day, extending an advance that made them the world’s best-performing government bonds in dollar terms over the past month. The securities rose last week when a...
2014/11/10 02:49
2014/11/10 02:49
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TOKYO--Japan in the 1990s wrote the book on how policy stumbles can tip a modern economy into deflation. Now it is adding a chapter on how to pull out. As the debilitating disease threatens to infect...
2014/11/06 09:18
2014/11/06 09:18
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The private deals, which appear to have saved more than 300 companies millions of dollars in tax, are completely legal in Luxembourg. Here are the 310 companies — which include Pepsi and AIG — named...
2014/11/06 09:15
2014/11/06 09:15
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TOKYO — Buried amid the surprise stimulus by the Bank of Japan last week was a footnote: the central bank will start using an equity gauge designed to shame the nation’s companies into becoming more...
2014/11/06 01:16
2014/11/06 01:16
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Buried amid the surprise stimulus by the Bank of Japan last week was a footnote: the central bank will start using an equity gauge designed to shame the nation’s companies into becoming more...
2014/11/28 16:37
2014/11/28 16:37
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