Jiji Press Outgoing Bank of Japan Gov. Masaaki Shirakawa stressed Tuesday that he has done his best to end deflation in Japan. Looking back at five years at the helm of the central bank, Shirakawa said the period was a "stormy" one with many big ... Yomiuri Shimbun, 2 months ago
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Bank of Japan Governor Masaaki Shirakawa, at his farewell news conference on Tuesday, said his 5-year term in office was a period of great upheaval. Shirakawa said that much has happened during his term, including the Lehman Brothers collapse, the ...NHK, 2 months ago Bank of Japan governor formally resigns Xinhua News Agency, 2 months ago Bank of Japan governor Shirakawa resigns Individual.com, 2 months ago
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Masaaki Shirakawa, the outgoing governor of the Bank of Japan, said on Tuesday that there is no quick fix for an economy that has seen 15 years of deflation, adding that aggressive minting alone would be unsuccessful. A lack of cash isn't what's ...BankCreditNews.com, 2 months ago Outgoing BOJ head warns of difficulty managing market expectations Reuters, 2 months ago Outgoing BOJ chief warns no quick fix to Japan's deflation Reuters, 2 months ago Outgoing Bank of Japan head warns no quick fix to Japan's deflation Yahoo! India, 2 months ago
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Departing Bank of Japan Gov. Masaaki Shirakawa expressed regret Tuesday for not being able to end a decades-long struggle with deflation during his "turbulent" five years in office, but added that he believes a recovery is possible. Speaking on his ...Individual.com, 2 months ago Shirakawa exits after turbulent BOJ term Japan Times, 2 months ago
March 19 (Bloomberg) -- Outgoing Bank of Japan Governor Masaaki Shirakawa today concluded what he called an extreme time in office with a warning for his successor that increasing the supply of money alone won't end deflation. There is no link ...La Repubblica, 2 months ago
Outgoing Bank of Japan Governor Masaaki Shirakawa on Tuesday recalled challenging five years in office, when the central bank policies helped Japan to come out rather unscathed after a series of crises shook the economy. Addressing his final press ...RTTNews.com, 2 months ago Bank of Japan Governor Masaaki Shirakawa is leaving the post today after five years, during which time he has been credited for protecting the country's banking system from a series of shocks, including the collapse of Lehman, the eurozone debt crisis, an Seeking Alpha, 2 months ago
Mr Suga's comments cast the trio in stark contrast with outgoing BoJ chief Masaaki Shirakawa, who clashed with the premier over monetary policy and will step down three weeks before the end of his term on March 19. Japan's business sector has been ...ACQ Magazine, 2 months ago
(Updates with Shirakawa's final press conference in sixth paragraph.) March 19 (Bloomberg) -- Incoming Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda will have a veteran of quantitative easing as his top policy planner, after Masayoshi Amamiya was brought ...Washington Post, 2 months ago Opening Bell: 04.04.13 Dealbreaker, 1 month ago Kuroda given appointment letter for BOJ Governor NHK, 1 month ago Kuroda Starts BOJ Term With a Bang BabyPips.com, 1 month ago
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The Bank of Japan's outgoing governor on Tuesday acknowledged he failed to end the country's long-running deflation, but pointed to better times ahead as he steps down from the post. Masaaki Shirakawa, 63, leaves the job about three weeks before the ...Yahoo Philippines News, 2 months ago Outgoing BOJ chief laments failed inflation China Post, 2 months ago Outgoing BOJ chief Shirakawa says he failed on deflation Japan Today, 2 months ago Outgoing BOJ chief Shirakawa admits deflation failure Global Times, 2 months ago
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