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IF the global financial crisis taught economic policy makers anything, it was go early and go hard. The cost of hesitating proved too great.
TOKYO: Bank of Japan (BoJ) policymakers were divided on how far to go in tweaking its stimulus programme, with some calling for an overhaul of its strategy for achieving 2% inflation, a summary of views voiced at the December rate review showed.
TOKYO: Yields on some Japanese government bond (JGB) futures drifted higher last Friday in holiday-thinned trade after weak results from a Bank of Japan (BoJ) debt buying operation pushed down futures prices.
TOKYO: Japan’s economy will suffer a smaller contraction this year than initially forecast but won’t return to pre-coronavirus pandemic levels until at least early 2022, economists in a Reuters poll said.Japan needs years to return to pre-Covid levels
TOKYO: Long-dated Japanese government bond (JGB) prices edged lower yesterday ahead of United States and Japan central bank meetings this week.
TOKYO (AFP): Confidence among major Japanese manufacturers has recovered further after plunging on pandemic woes to its worst level since the global financial crisis, a key survey showed Monday (Dec 14).
TOKYO: Japanese business sentiment improved for the second straight quarter in October-December, a key central bank survey showed on Monday, a welcome sign for the economy as it continued to emerge from the initial hit of the coronavirus pandemic.
IT is a relatively quiet week ahead for Malaysia with no major economic data releases scheduled. The Statistics Department is expected to release October 2020 monthly rubber statistics today.
BRUSSELS: In Europe, investors like Alessandro Tentori are starting to say their goodbyes to the region’s bond market, worried that soon there may not be any place left for them.
TOKYO: Sentiment among Japanese manufacturers and service-sector firms in December improved to its least pessimistic since February, as businesses eyed a slow and bumpy recovery from COVID-19 disruptions, a Reuters poll showed on Tuesday.