• Shinzo Abe will call for snap elections soon

    18 Sep 2017 11:31 AM |

    Some reports out with that Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will dissolve the Lower house and call snap elections next month and Abe will make his final decision on Friday, it is likely to be on October 22.

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  • Daily wrap up – 4 September

    4 Sep 2017 07:16 PM |

    The markets are looking forward to a number of central bank meetings this week as well as some important economic data. The currency market today saw some price gaps as well as the decline of most of the global stocks with the opening of the week, after the North Korea's the most powerful nuclear test on Sunday undermined investors' risk appetite amid reports that Pyongyang was ready to launch another missile. While the US and Canadian markets closed due to the Labor Day.

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  • Markets are calm awaiting for US employment data

    30 Aug 2017 10:08 AM |

    There was a lull in market movements with the start of trading today after a volatile day due to North Korea's provocative actions and the launch of a ballistic missile over northern Japan to fall in the Pacific Ocean. The US ambassador in the United Nations went out to say that the United States would not allow to continue lawlessness caused by Pyongyang.

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  • Japan economy minister: consumer spending is gradually recovering

    29 Aug 2017 10:29 AM |

    Toshimitsu Motegi, Japan's Minister of Economy, made the following remarks:
    • We need to look at many economic data to judge the strenghth of consumer spending.

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  • North Korea provoke panic in the market

    29 Aug 2017 09:52 AM |

    Markets rushed to safe havens after North Korea fired a rocket passed over northern Japan in a provocative act from Pyongyang that led to increased global tensions. The missile landed in the Pacific Ocean about 1,200 kilometers from Japanese shores.

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  • Japanese Inflation continues to rise for the seventh month

    25 Aug 2017 10:21 AM |

    The consumer price index rose in July for the seventh month in a row, and the core index maintained its rising on a steadily upward path. A sign that the third largest economy in the world recovering. With the core CPI rising, excluding fresh food prices by 0.5% on yearly basis in July.

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  • Shares slip, yen and gold gain as Korea tensions escalate

    9 Aug 2017 09:28 AM |

    By Reuters: Asian shares and U.S. stock futures slipped on Wednesday and investors sought havens such as U.S. Treasuries, gold and the yen as tensions on the Korean peninsula escalated, with Pyongyang saying it is considering plans to attack Guam.

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  • Asia stocks steady after U.S. tech rout, yen slips as BOJ stands pat

    16 Jun 2017 10:29 AM |

    By Reuters : Asian stocks steadied on Friday, taking in stride the resumption of the U.S. technology rout overnight, and European shares look set for a positive start following Thursday's losses.

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  • Greece, Italy uncertainties dent euro, Asian stocks, lift yen

    30 May 2017 10:22 AM |

    By Reuters : Concerns about situations involving Greece, Italy and the European Central Bank kept the euro under pressure on Tuesday.

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