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  • China's Naked Emperors

    China's Naked Emperors

    Politicians who preside over economic booms often develop delusions of competence. You can see this domestically: Jeb Bush imagines that he knows the secrets of economic growth because he happened to be governor when Florida was experiencing a giant housing bubble, and he had the good luck to leave office just before it burst. We've seen it in many...

  • Consumer Inflation to Average 5.0-5.5% in FY16: Nomura

    Consumer Inflation to Average 5.0-5.5% in FY16: Nomura

    According to the Japanese financial services major, inflation risks remain low largely owing to robust sowing progress on pulses and oilseeds, moderate rise in minimum support prices and low global prices.

  • India Need Not Worry About Fed Lift-Off: Nomura

    India Need Not Worry About Fed Lift-Off: Nomura

    With the Federal Reserve reiterating its resolve to break from the seven-year of near zero interest rates this year, Japanese brokerage Nomura on Wednesday said India does not have to worry much about its impact as a sustainable recovery is underway in the domestic economy.

  • Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Defends Security Legislation After Support Slides

    Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Defends Security Legislation After Support Slides

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe defended controversial security bills that have sparked protests from voters worried they violate the country's pacifist constitution, after polls showed a drop in popular support for his government.

  • Japan Export Slowdown Could Weigh on Q2 GDP Growth

    Japan Export Slowdown Could Weigh on Q2 GDP Growth

    Japan's export growth slowed for a second straight month in May, with weak external demand now threatening to erode economic growth in the current quarter.

  • Japan Prime Minister Unveils $110 Billion Plan for Asian Infrastructure

    Japan Prime Minister Unveils $110 Billion Plan for Asian Infrastructure

    Japan unveiled a plan on Thursday to provide $110 billion in aid for Asian infrastructure projects, as China prepares to launch a new institutional lender that is seen as encroaching on the regional financial clout of Tokyo and its ally Washington.

  • SoftBank Names Nikesh Arora President, Next Potential CEO

    SoftBank Names Nikesh Arora President, Next Potential CEO

    The move comes as Mr Son and SoftBank are battling to make their 2013 acquisition of US carrier Sprint Corp for more than $20 billion profitable. A sluggish Japanese economy, though, has forced the company to increasingly look overseas for growth.

  • Honda Disputes Hero's Fuel Economy Claim

    Honda Disputes Hero's Fuel Economy Claim

    Japanese auto maker Honda has questioned its erstwhile Indian partner Hero's claim of 102.5 klometres per litre fuel economy rate for Splendor iSmart motorbike, saying "such claims are misleading and are far from reality".

  • Oil Slips From Five-Month Highs as Japan's Industry Stutters

    Oil Slips From Five-Month Highs as Japan's Industry Stutters

    Japanese industrial output fell 0.3 per cent in March adding to mounting evidence of an export-driven economy struggling to regain momentum amid slowing global growth.

  • India Can Attract Significant FDI if Tax Issues Sorted: Nomura

    India Can Attract Significant FDI if Tax Issues Sorted: Nomura

    Japanese investors remain "very positive" on India, saying there is a big opportunity for placing "significant" foreign direct investment (FDI) here if the country can sort out some of its tax issues, a top official of financial services major Nomura has said.

  • Nikkei at 8-Year Peak, Greek Talks Loom

    Nikkei at 8-Year Peak, Greek Talks Loom

    Data from Japan showed the economy emerged from recession in the final quarter of last year, though growth of 0.6 per cent was short of market forecasts.

  • Japanese Economy Grows 0.6% in Q4, Out of Recession

    Japanese Economy Grows 0.6% in Q4, Out of Recession

    The quarterly reading came in below the median forecast of 0.9 per cent growth in a survey by the Nikkei economic daily.

  • Israeli, Japanese Premiers Call For Closer Cooperation

    Israeli, Japanese Premiers Call For Closer Cooperation

    The leaders of Israel and Japan have called for greater bilateral economic cooperation during a meeting in Jerusalem.

  • Japan's Regional Banks Face Stress Test for Ultra-low Rates

    Japan's Regional Banks Face Stress Test for Ultra-low Rates

    The Financial Services Agency is concerned that with 10-year Japanese government bond yields near a record low around 0.3 per cent, regional lenders could see a decline in earnings as the gap between what they pay for deposits and what they collect on loans and bond holdings shrinks, said the people, who asked not to be named.

  • Japan Inflation Slows, Output Slips in November

    Japan Inflation Slows, Output Slips in November

    Factory output unexpectedly fell and real wages marked the steepest drop in five years, underscoring the fragility of the recovery and dealing a blow to Premier Shinzo Abe's stimulus policies aimed at pulling the economy out of stagnation.

  • Japan Business Confidence Down in December Quarter: BoJ

    Japan Business Confidence Down in December Quarter: BoJ

    The Bank of Japan's closely watched Tankan survey showed confidence among large manufacturers stood at plus 12 against plus 13 in the September survey.

  • Shinzo Abe Re-Elected Despite Low Turnout in Japan Polls

    Shinzo Abe Re-Elected Despite Low Turnout in Japan Polls

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe won comfortable re-election on Sunday in a snap poll he had billed as a referendum on his economic policies after early success faded into a recession.

  • Japan New Data Shows GDP Fell 1.9% in July-September

    Japan New Data Shows GDP Fell 1.9% in July-September

    Data for both business and public spending were worse than anticipated. Most economists had forecast an upward revision of earlier figures showing a 1.6 per cent contraction.

  • Easy Victory Predicted for Shinzo Abe In Japan Vote: Polls

    Easy Victory Predicted for Shinzo Abe In Japan Vote: Polls

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling party is on course for a landslide win in the December 14 General Election, opinion polls published today showed.

  • Asia Factories Find Demand Lacking, in Further Blow to Commodities

    Asia Factories Find Demand Lacking, in Further Blow to Commodities

    Oil sank to its lowest in over five years on Monday, with the industrial bellwether copper not far behind. The rout spread to gold and silver while the US dollar cleared seven-year peaks on the Japanese yen.

  • Japan PM Shinzo Abe Seeks to Validate Policies Through Early Polls

    Japan PM Shinzo Abe Seeks to Validate Policies Through Early Polls

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Tuesday that he would call an early election to seek a fresh mandate for his economic policies, and postpone an unpopular sales tax rise, a day after data showed the economy had slipped back into recession.

  • Japan's Abe Tells Party to Delay Tax Hike, Call Snap Poll: Report

    Japan's Abe Tells Party to Delay Tax Hike, Call Snap Poll: Report

    The world's third-biggest economy unexpectedly shrank for a second consecutive quarter, data showed on Monday, a sign the pain from an initial rise in the sales tax to 8 per cent from 5 percent in April was lasting longer than expected.

  • Cheaper Tomorrow? Bank of Japan Battles Entrenched 'Deflation Mindset'

    Cheaper Tomorrow? Bank of Japan Battles Entrenched 'Deflation Mindset'

    On Friday, doubled down on a high-stakes bet that the central bank can shake Japan's consumers from a defensive set of expectations hardened by a decade and a half of falling prices, lower incomes and stop-and-go growth.

  • BOJ Shocks Markets With Surprise Easing as Inflation Slows

    BOJ Shocks Markets With Surprise Easing as Inflation Slows

    Data earlier on Friday showed Japan's inflation slowed for a second straight month in September and is just half the BOJ's target of 2 per cent, while job growth showed signs of peaking, in a reminder of the challenges the central bank faces in its quest to pull the economy out of nearly two decades of deflation.

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