TOKYO --Bank of Japan Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda denies that markets are overheating despitethe Nikkei Stock Average returningto 20,000 for the first time since Japan's information technology bubble 15 years ago, but his argument isundermined by the ... Nikkei Asian Review, 5 days ago
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If recent remarks by Japanese officials including the head of the central bank were aimed at capping the yen's plunge to a 13-year low, they appear to be working. The yen is set for its biggest weekly climb in six months versus the dollar after ...Bloomberg, 2 weeks ago Kuroda Seen Capping Yen Slide as Officials Hint Limit Close La Repubblica, 2 weeks ago
Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda's missive that there's no reason for the yen to drop further, now that it's very weak, raises a potential hurdle to the additional monetary easing that economists have been projecting. Kuroda Wednesday gave ...Bloomberg, 3 weeks ago
The excessive strength in the yen that damaged Japanese manufacturing in recent years has now been corrected, according to an ally of Bank of Japan Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda. The abnormally strong yen has been corrected, said Yutaka Harada, who joined ...Japan Times, 3 weeks ago Kuroda Ally at BOJ Says Excess Yen Strength Now Corrected Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide, 3 weeks ago
The Bank of Japan's purchases of shares in real-estate investment trusts has buoyed this key market, helping breathe life back into the nation's moribund property industry. Without a shift in policy, this could begin to change as the central bank ...Bloomberg, 1 month ago Dive Deeper Into Japan's Property Trusts? BOJ Faces Decision La Repubblica, 1 month ago
(Bloomberg) -- Two years after unleashing record monetary stimulus, Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda and his allies are confronting increasingly vocal opposition from the opponents of reflation who once dominated the policy debate. Hundreds ...La Repubblica, 1 month ago Abenomics Heads Toward Debt Meltdown, Reflation Enemies Warn Bloomberg, 1 month ago Reflation foes warn Kuroda, Abenomics heading nation toward debt meltdown Japan Times, 1 month ago Reflation foes warn Kuroda, 'Abenomics' heading nation toward debt meltdown Japan Times, 1 month ago
TOKYO -- The Bank of Japan's massive purchases of exchange-traded funds, part of its monetary easing program, could be contributing to sharp stock price swings by draining liquidity from the market. The Nikkei Stock Average closed slightly higher ...Nikkei Asian Review, 1 month ago
Kevin Winter | The Bank of Japan's (BOJ) surprise decision to push back the date for achieving its two percent inflation target may signal the central bank is trying to buy time before admitting it needs to easing ...CNBC, 1 month ago Did the BOJ just buy itself more time? Yahoo! Finance, 1 month ago
For the first time, Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said his original two-year timeframe for reaching 2 percent inflation won't be reached. But it didn't prompt him to step on the stimulus accelerator. That combination escalated the risk ...Bloomberg, 2 months ago
For the first time, Bank of Japan Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda said his original two-year time frame for reaching 2 percent inflation will not be reached. But it did not prompt him to step on the stimulus accelerator. That combination escalated the risk ...Japan Times, 2 months ago
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