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TOKYO: Business confidence levels of Japanese manufacturers and service sector firms were little changed in June from the prior month, highlighting the fragile and uneven state of the country's coronavirus recovery, a Reuters survey showed.
TOKYO: The Bank of Japan (BoJ) must eventually consider ways to unload its huge holdings of exchange-traded funds (ETF), such as by selling them to households, said former central bank policymaker Makoto Sakurai.
UPDATES on rubber statistics for the month of April 2021 highlighted a relatively quiet week for economic data. The Statistics Department is expected to release rubber statistics tomorrow.
HAUNTED by memories of past United States interest rate hikes, the world’s central banks are laying the groundwork for a transition to life with less global stimulus, with many countries already signalling moves to the exit.
TOKYO/JOHANNESBURG/LONDON: Haunted by memories of past U.S. interest rate hikes, the world's central banks are laying the groundwork for a transition to life with less global stimulus, with many countries already signalling moves to the exit.
TOKYO: As the global economic recovery from the coronavirus gathers momentum, Japan looks to be standing still, while its currency goes backward
CENTRAL bankers around the world are mulling the future of their massive bond-buying programmes in a post-pandemic world, knowing that with big balance sheets come big expectations.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Japan's government is expected to compile an extra budget in October or November, senior ruling party lawmaker Kozo Yamamoto said on Wednesday, calling for spending of around $239 billion to cushion the economic blow from the COVID-19 pandemic.