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  • Yen Posts Biggest Weekly Gain Since 2008

    Yen Posts Biggest Weekly Gain Since 2008

    The yen hit an 18-month high on Friday as investors bet the Bank of Japan might be done adding stimulus to the economy, while stocks in Europe and on Wall Street headed lower as earnings disappointed.

  • Yen Spikes To 18-Month Peak, Amazon Softens Apple Blow

    Yen Spikes To 18-Month Peak, Amazon Softens Apple Blow

    The yen surged to an 18-month peak on Friday as investors wagered the Bank of Japan might be done adding fresh stimulus to the economy, hurting prospects for Japanese exporters with a move that rippled through share markets across the Asian region.

  • Five Things To Know About Mitsubishi Motors Scandal

    Five Things To Know About Mitsubishi Motors Scandal

    Tokyo: Automaker Mitsubishi Motors Corp (MMC) says it used non-compliant fuel economy testing methods in Japan for as long as a quarter of a century.

  • Bank Of Japan Holds Monetary Policy Steady

    Bank Of Japan Holds Monetary Policy Steady

    The Bank of Japan held off on expanding monetary stimulus on Thursday, even as global headwinds, a strong yen and soft consumption threatened to derail a fragile economic recovery.

  • Used Non-compliant Mileage Data For 25 Years: Mitsubishi Motors

    Used Non-compliant Mileage Data For 25 Years: Mitsubishi Motors

    Mitsubishi Motors Corp said it had used fuel economy testing methods that were not compliant with Japanese regulations for 25 years, much longer than previously known, and would set up an external committee to investigate the matter.

  • Next Oil Downturn? Looming Gasoline Glut Threatens Crude's Rebound

    Next Oil Downturn? Looming Gasoline Glut Threatens Crude's Rebound

    In Japan, where petrol demand is waning because of the stalling economy, a falling population and the rise of electric cars, refiners that used to import crude to supply home markets now target international buyers.

  • Japan's R&I To Hold Talks With Government For Rating Review: Report

    Japan's R&I To Hold Talks With Government For Rating Review: Report

    Rating and Investment Information (R&I), a rating agency based in Japan, will hold consultations with senior Finance Ministry officials on Monday as part of its annual exercise to review India's sovereign credit rating.

  • Global Economy Weekahead: Hoping For A Hint As Focus Moves To Fed

    Global Economy Weekahead: Hoping For A Hint As Focus Moves To Fed

    The U.S. Federal Reserve is set to join the ECB in holding policy steady when it meets in the coming week against a calmer market backdrop, while big economies report on how they fared in what was a volatile first quarter.

  • Japanese Manufacturing Activity Contracts at Fastest Pace in 3 Years: Survey

    Japanese Manufacturing Activity Contracts at Fastest Pace in 3 Years: Survey

    Japanese manufacturing activity contracted in April at the fastest in more than three years and output fell the most in two years, a preliminary survey showed, after earthquakes halted production in the southern manufacturing hub of Kumamoto.

  • Mitsubishi Motors Says Manipulated Fuel Economy Tests, Shares Tumble

    Mitsubishi Motors Says Manipulated Fuel Economy Tests, Shares Tumble

    Mitsubishi Motors Corp admitted to manipulating test data to overstate the fuel economy of 625,000 cars sold in Japan, knocking its shares down more than 15 percent and wiping $1.2 billion off its market value on Wednesday.

  • Won't Hesitate to Ease if Price Goal Threatened: BoJ Chief

    Won't Hesitate to Ease if Price Goal Threatened: BoJ Chief

    Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda on Wednesday reiterated the central bank's readiness to expand monetary policy further if risks threaten the achievement of its 2 percent inflation target.

  • Mitsubishi Motors Accepts Manipulating Fuel Economy Tests in Japan

    Mitsubishi Motors Accepts Manipulating Fuel Economy Tests in Japan

    The latest auto manufacturer to join the league of "presenting manipulated results on cars" is Mitsubishi Motors as the company admitted to manipulating test data with regard to fuel efficiency in over 6,25,000 vehicles.

  • Japan Exports Fall for 6th Straight Month

    Japan Exports Fall for 6th Straight Month

    Japan's exports fell for a sixth straight month in March as slowing growth in China, soft demand for electronic components for products such as the iPhone and a strengthening yen threatened to hold back the country's economic recovery.

  • Disruptions From Quakes Hit Japan Economy

    Disruptions From Quakes Hit Japan Economy

    Earthquakes that have paralyzed parts of southern Japan are having ripple effects far beyond the disaster zone, with auto makers and other manufacturers suspending output in other areas due to disruptions in supplies of parts.

  • Central Bank Arsenals in Spotlight as Headwinds Linger

    Central Bank Arsenals in Spotlight as Headwinds Linger

    At the end of a tough quarter, the fraught debate over how policymakers should tackle the world's economic woes gets another airing in the coming week as central banks on both sides of the Atlantic publish minutes.

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