|Search Results||Showing 1 - 10 of 78 results for "Abe"|
|... Development and Cooperation (OECD) - Japan does the opposite. Japan effectively tightened fiscal policy on October 1 when the Abe government's twice-postponed consumption tax hike (from 8% to 10%) took effect, projected to raise around US$46 billion ...|
|... global economic and market uncertainties indicate that Tokyo would have to do much more stimulation. Whatever happened to Abe's three arrows? The European Central Bank's (ECB) main refinancing rate had been at zero since March 2016 and while ...|
|... inflation depends on the wages outlook. A question that Luci Ellis, RBA Assistant Governor (Economic), tried to address at the ABE Conference in February: "How much and how quickly will they [wages] pick up?" "So far, though, the response to that difficulty ...|
|... resignation. He resigned from Nomura Holdings, where he was chief operating officer, in 2012. Shibata will be replaced by Hideo Abe and Junichi Sayato, who will both be appointed as representative directors and co-chief executive officers. Abe will also ...|
|... prices haven't increased by much). Just as Luci Ellis - RBA Assistant Governor (Economic) - warned in her address to the ABE Conference in Sydney about this time last year: "Weak income growth can run below consumption growth for a time, but not ...|
|... from recent developments pointing to continued stability --in government and monetary policy. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's victory in the just-concluded ruling party leadership vote indicates the continued progression on 'Abenomics'. At the same ...|
|... momentum as shown in the June quarter national accounts. This could be the reason why unlike China, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is taking a different posture against Trump. According to Bloomberg: "In his first policy speech since President Donald Trump ...|
|... is taking the inaugural position as the state's chief economist. He currently chairs Australian Business Economists (ABE)'s executive committee. He was J.P. Morgan's chief economist for more than a decade. Most recently, he was a chief economist ...|
|... the EU or even Canada but Japan had rarely been on headlines in recent times. It's back again when Prime Minister Shinzo Abe went to Washington to meet with the US president about North Korea and trade. Early reports were encouraging with Trump announcing ...|
|... that would, at best, slow the BOJ's progress towards achieving 2% inflation." You can read the entire piece here . Maybe now Abe and Kuroda would be able to achieve their growth forecasts of 1.6% for the current fiscal year ending April 2019 (up from ...|
HESTA's former executive of advice strategy has taken on a new role at another industry fund.
Senator Jane Hume has slammed the superannuation industry over the excuses used by super funds for not merging, saying there is simply no excuse when members' best interests are at play.
Two major insurance providers have cleaned up at the Association of Financial Advisers' Life Company of the Year and Consumer Choice Awards.
If financial markets were waiting for the Australian labour market report to raise the odds of another RBA rate reduction, they're too late. Now only one question remains.
|Brought to you by|
|Keep up to date, don't be the last to know! Get the Financial Standard Daily Newsletter.|