Japan’s Bank Lending 2.6% vs. 2.4% forecast

Investing.com – Japan’s bank lending rose unexpectedly in the last quarter, official data showed on Wednesday. In a report, Bank of Japan said that Japan’s Bank Lending rose to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 2.6%, from 2.4% in the preceding quarter.
( read original story …)


Related Post

Japan government morphing into activist shareholde...
views 3310
Japan Post Holdings itself spent many months under...
Japan eyes U.S. jobs ahead of Abe-Trump summit
views 241
But officials in Tokyo are wary of how Trump will ...
Asia shares gain as Japan trade data better than f...
views 182
TOKYO -- Asian markets mostly rose Monday as Japan...
Can Toshiba escape the clutches of corporate Japan...
views 273
But it also faces another fate: becoming the most ...
Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo Hosts the Exhibition of Jap...
views 222
TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo, o...
Tokyo shares gain for third straight session
views 96
Tokyo shares climbed Monday for a third straight s...
Asian stocks rise but tensions remain over North K...
views 170
TOKYO - Shares were mostly higher in Asia on Monda...
JAPAN: Nikkei continues to rip higher, up another ...
views 178
10/13 Nikkei: SoftBank reaches broad agreement for...
Border Break inspires biggest mech model ever to t...
views 25
Gamers running to catch a train in Tokyo's Shibuya...
Sapporo sues government for return of tax money pa...
views 279
Sapporo Breweries Ltd. filed a lawsuit Tuesday aga...