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  • Bank of Japan's Negative Interest Rate: How It Works

    Bank of Japan's Negative Interest Rate: How It Works

    The Bank of Japan on Friday adopted a negative interest rate policy to spur lending and help drive inflation towards its two-percent target.

  • BOJ Adopts Negative Rates in Ramped-Up Stimulus Campaign, Stuns Markets

    BOJ Adopts Negative Rates in Ramped-Up Stimulus Campaign, Stuns Markets

    The Bank of Japan ramped up its aggressive stimulus campaign on Friday, adding negative interest rates on central banks deposits to its massive asset-buying programme, stunning financial markets that expected no action or a moderate increase in asset purchases.

  • BOJ Stuns Markets With Negative Interest Rate Surprise

    BOJ Stuns Markets With Negative Interest Rate Surprise

    The Bank of Japan on Friday shocked financial markets by adopting negative interest rates to forestall risks that global market volatility could damage business confidence and revive a deflationary mindset.

  • Japan Minister Quits Over Graft Claims In Blow To PM

    Japan Minister Quits Over Graft Claims In Blow To PM

    Japan's economy minister resigned Thursday over a corruption scandal, dealing a blow to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe as he looks to build support for a massive trade deal and changes to the country's constitution.

  • Will Bring Patent Pendency at Same Level as in US, Japan: DIPP

    Will Bring Patent Pendency at Same Level as in US, Japan: DIPP

    With the country grappling with massive back-log of intellectual property rights (IPR) applications, the government on Saturday said patent pendency will be brought down to the same level as in advanced countries like the US and Japan in the next 18 months.

  • Japan Output, Retail Sales Slump, Dampen Recovery Prospects

    Japan Output, Retail Sales Slump, Dampen Recovery Prospects

    Japan's factory output fell for the first time in three months in November and retail sales slumped, suggesting that a clear recovery in the world's third-largest economy will be delayed until early in 2016.

  • Nikkei Ends Lower in Subdued Holiday Trade; Posts Fourth Weekly Drops

    Nikkei Ends Lower in Subdued Holiday Trade; Posts Fourth Weekly Drops

    Japanese stocks ended marginally lower on Friday in holiday-thinned Christmas trading, with the slightly stronger yen capping risk appetite.

  • BJP Credits PM Modi's Act East Policy For 'Historic' Agreements With Japan

    BJP Credits PM Modi's Act East Policy For 'Historic' Agreements With Japan

    Crediting the "success" of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's visit to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "Act East" policy, BJP today said bilateral agreements on civil nuclear energy, railways and others will boost economy and job growth in India.

  • India, Japan Sign Protocol to Amend Tax Pact

    India, Japan Sign Protocol to Amend Tax Pact

    India and Japan on Friday signed an agreement to amend the convention for double taxation avoidance and prevention of evasion of income tax.

  • Cabinet Approves Signing of Tax Protocol Between India, Japan

    Cabinet Approves Signing of Tax Protocol Between India, Japan

    The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved signing of a protocol between India and Japan for amending the Double Taxation Avoidance Convention (DTAC) in order to facilitate tax-related exchange of information.

  • Japan to Give Loan Worth Rs 5,479 Crore to India for Metro Project

    Japan to Give Loan Worth Rs 5,479 Crore to India for Metro Project

    Japan will give development assistance loan worth Rs 5,479 crore to India for Chennai and Ahmedabad Metro projects, the Finance Ministry said on Sunday.

  • Japan Jobless Rate Falls to 20-Year Low in October

    Japan Jobless Rate Falls to 20-Year Low in October

    Japan's jobless rate fell to a 20-year low in October, but consumer spending and incomes also edged down as the tight labour market failed to spur significant increases in wages.

  • Japan Central Bank Keeps Policy Steady Even as Country Slips Into Recession

    Japan Central Bank Keeps Policy Steady Even as Country Slips Into Recession

    The Bank of Japan (BoJ) maintained its current pace of monetary stimulus on Thursday, clinging to hopes that an economic recovery is in sight despite soft domestic capital expenditure and challenging global business conditions.

  • Asian Shares Climb, Dollar Slips on Fed Wagers

    Asian Shares Climb, Dollar Slips on Fed Wagers

    Asian shares jumped on Thursday and the dollar backed off highs on expectations the Federal Reserve would be confident enough of the US economy to raise rates in December but would then proceed with great caution on further tightening.

  • Japan Back in Recession: What Experts Say

    Japan Back in Recession: What Experts Say

    Japan's economy slid back into recession in July-September as uncertainty over the overseas outlook hurt business investment, putting policymakers under growing pressure to deploy new stimulus measures to support a fragile recovery.

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