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  1. The Tax Hike the Bank of Japan Can’t Afford to Ignore

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceSep 29 15:00 PM

    After postponing the tax hike twice already, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is going ahead with it to show Japan is serious about chipping away at the developed world’s largest public debt ...

  2. Fighting Against Bank of Japan May Not Be Crazy After All

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceOct 04 7:41 AM

    Going against a central bank is an investment strategy fraught with peril, but some bond market analysts think the Bank of Japan will fail to steepen the yield curve ...

  3. Bank of Japan Deputy Governor Masazumi Wakatabe on Thursday said he expects global trade tensions to persist for quite some time and said the central bank will act ...

  4. Bank of Japan Deputy Governor Masazumi Wakatabe on Thursday said he expects global trade tensions to persist for quite some time and that the central bank will act ...

  5. The head of Japan’s central bank has called for international cooperation in regulating stablecoins like the Facebook-led Libra. Talking at an event in Osaka, Japan ...

  6. Venezuelan ambassador to Japan says bank account is frozen

    Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceOct 07 7:59 AM

    The Venezuelan ambassador to Tokyo says his bank account has become inaccessible in Japan in what he said was apparently a consequence of President Donald Trump's decision ...

  7. According to Bloomberg calculations, that is when the central bank’s purchases will fall short of redemptions, theoretically reducing downward pressure on yields. What’s sped up ...

  8. The Bank of Japan's exchange-traded funds purchase this month hit the lowest level in more than three years, but few market players see it as a sign the central bank ...

  9. BOJ to stick to playbook in fighting excessive yield falls

    Reuters via Yahoo FinanceOct 02 7:55 AM

    The Bank of Japan will stick to its playbook of minor tweaks and verbal warnings to rein in sharp falls in long-term interest rates, sources say, raising questions ...

  10. The consensus – at least for now – is that most of the world's economic regions will grow more slowly in 2020 than they did in 2019, including the United States, while avoiding recessionary ...

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