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|... mini-me trade war with South Korea, where both countries deleted each other from their preferred trading lists - the "Land of the Rising Sun" had been absent from the headlines. The last headline news out of Japan was when the Bank of Japan (BOJ) conducted ...|
|... matter of great concern for Japan." Looking at the latest quarterly BOJ Tankan survey, it's already impacted on the land of the rising sun. The headline index for large manufacturers dropped to a reading of +21 in June from +24 in the previous month. ...|
|... this, the wealth effect from the soaring stock market. But Japan still needs a weaker yen if it's to get to the promise land of 2% inflation. To be sure, the Japanese central bank expects the core inflation rate (all items less fresh food) to rise from ...|
|With the prices of Australia's major commodity exports - coal and iron ore -- trending lower this year, let's all spend a minute silence and pray that yesterday's report of a massive slump in exports - down 8.0% in the month of April - was indeed an ...|
|The sun appears to be rising in the Land of the Rising Sun. Japanese consumer confidence rose to a reading of 43.1 in December from 40.9 in the previous month supported by a rally in the stock market and the yen's depreciation versus the US dollar. ...|
|Global asset managers recently pitching factor-based investing in Australia should also target New Zealand as one of the country's institutional investors is keen to implement the strategy. In its latest investment environment report the New Zealand ...|
|... any significant impact? Au contraire, it might have unintended consequences, sending a message that all is not good in land of Oz, prompting businesses to defer/withhold investing - in plant, equipment & machinery and staff - and consumers to defer spending ...|
|... opportunities. OneVentures partner and managing director Dr. Paul Kelly said the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) had been the land of the walking dead for many, many early stage companies. "If you tell that story well, there is enough appetite out ...|
|... have risen overnight. Hurrah for Aussie miners! This where it gets tetchy for a commodity exporting country like this land of Oz. Time and again, commodity prices have bounded - in July 2012, in July 2013, in March 2014 and in May this year --...and ...|
|... December's 1.5% rate. More, producer prices have fallen for the 35th straight month in January. Need we say more about that "land of falling prices" that is Japan. The hope is that all these stimuli would stimulate demand and stoke inflation some day ...|
While there may be uncertainty surrounding the economic implications of the spreading COVID-19 pandemic, one thing is clear; if business leaders are not consistent, empathetic and clear with their response, they should prepare to face the music.
The government's $213 billion stimulus package is set to push up the country's total debt but experts say it is not reason enough to draw down on the sovereign wealth fund.
Australia's superannuation sector is fighting a war on three different fronts, as the economic fallout of COVID-19 continues to bite.
Significant hikes in group insurance premiums have been put down to the Protecting Your Super reforms - with members of four superannuation funds facing premium increases of 34%.
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