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  1. Huobi Japan has received almost 500 million yen ($4.6 million) in investment from a Tokyo-listed company involved in leasing, real estate, insurance brokerage and mergers and acquisitions ...

  2. Core consumer prices in Tokyo, a leading indicator of nationwide inflation, rose 0.5% in October from a year earlier, data showed on Tuesday, staying distant from the Bank of Japan ...

  3. Japan Sees Second Cabinet Member Resignation in a Week

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceOct 31 4:00 AM

    A seventh-consecutive national election victory could re-ignite talk of a fourth-straight term as ruling Liberal Democratic Party leader for Abe, who is set to become Japan’s longest-serving ...

  4. As Japan's construction firms are squeezed by the tightest labour market since the 1970s and a rapidly ageing population, they are pouring investment into technology - and providing unexpected ...

  5. World’s Largest Pension Fund Sees Gain as Japan Stocks Rally

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceNov 01 7:17 AM

    Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund returned 1.1%, or 1.8 trillion yen ($17 billion), in the quarter ended Sept. 30, with assets totaling 161.8 trillion yen, it said Friday in ...

  6. Japan's September jobless rate climbed from near 30-year lows and job availability slipped, government data showed on Friday, suggesting the nation's tightest jobs market in decades may ...

  7. TOKYO/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Mitsubishi Corp <8058.T>, Japan's biggest trading group, said on Wednesday it would shut its Singapore-based crude oil and fuel trading unit after revelations ...

  8. Japan’s Overseas M&A Boom Is Keeping the Yen's Gains in Check

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceNov 01 6:04 AM

    This year, Japan’s largest brewer Asahi Group Holdings Ltd is leading the charge, shelling out $11 billion for Anheuser-Busch...speculative buying and selling of the yen,” said Yukio ...

  9. Japan's economy likely grew for a fourth straight quarter in July-September helped by solid domestic demand as consumers rushed to beat a sales tax hike, a Reuters poll found on Wednesday ...

  10. Japan wants to go cashless, but elderly aren't so keen

    Reuters via Yahoo FinanceNov 05 3:20 AM

    Cash is king in Japan, and more so for the country's fast-ageing population who are still deeply reluctant to give it up. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's push to make more Japanese - the ...

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