s Asia The frown on Akio Toyoda's face is the latest blow to the Bank of Japan's effort to revive the economy. It's been all broad smiles at Toyota for the three years BOJ Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda has been at the wheel. His monetary maneuvers ... Japan Times, 2 weeks ago
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By Jeffrey P. Snider Japanese officials including those at the Bank of Japan have been acting very erratic of late, eschewing the more traditional financial setting of vagueness. First it was NIRP that immediately blew up in their face, leading ...Seeking Alpha, 2 weeks ago
By Tomoko Hatakeyama and Hiroyuki Tanaka / Yomiuri Shimbun Staff Writers Sunday marked three years since Haruhiko Kuroda was appointed the governor of the Bank of Japan, during which time Kuroda has continued to state that he will do everything ...The Japan News, 2 months ago
Such a discussion could happen in conjunction with any decision to make a deeper cut to the current negative rate on reserves, said the people, who asked not to be named as the matter is private. The BOJ has two lending facilities, one that ...Equilibrio Informativo, 1 month ago Bank of Japan eyes possible negative rate on loans Times of Oman, 1 month ago BoJ Eyeing Negative Rates On Loans ForexNews.com, 1 month ago BOJ officials said to eye negative rate on loans Gulf News, 1 month ago
Japan has a big problem, and it's one the United States is about to face, too. The Japanese population is aging rapidly. Each year, the number of working-age Japanese, those between 15 and 65, falls by about a million, while the share of the ...Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, 2 weeks ago
The world's central bankers, already hitting limits of their effectiveness on growth and inflation, are now contending with another risk: that additional stimulus could produce lackluster results and undercut investor confidence. The Bank of ...Yahoo! 7 Finance, 1 month ago BOJ Backfire Hangs Over Central Bankers as IMF Confab Starts (1) La Repubblica, 1 month ago
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By Yasuhiko Mori / Yomiuri Shimbun Senior Writer When was Kyoto first called Kyoto? With the relocation of the nation's capital by Emperor Kanmu in 794, the new capital was established as Heiankyo. But it was often called by other names such as kyo, ...The Japan News, 2 months ago
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