Kuroda’s reappointment as Bank of Japan chief likely to hinge on snap poll outcome

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s decision to call a snap election for Oct. 22 has clouded the outlook for Bank of Japan Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda and one of the world’s most radical monetary policy regimes. While the ruling Liberal Democratic Party is expected …
( read original story …)


Related Post

A Peculiar Practice in Japanese Bond Sales Hurts I...
views 38
This phenomenon is fueled by pressure among broker...
Japan says tremors in North Korea were nuclear tes...
views 243
Japan's Ministry of Defence said it had dispatched...
Tokyo cops: Tip from public leads to apprehension ...
views 263
Tokyo Metropolitan Police have arrested a 22-year-...
Tokyo 2020: Japan earthquake and nuclear disaster ...
views 231
IOC president Thomas Bach is holding talks with To...
Japan's Dai-ichi Life eyes Cambodia, U.S. in ...
views 224
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Dai-ichi Life Holdings I...
Nomura scales wall on overseas business with first...
views 228
TOKYO Nomura Holdings Inc (8604.T), Japan's bigges...
With two Japanese cryptocurrencies coming, ATMs ma...
views 177
Hirano was speaking at Fin/Sum Week 2017, organize...
Fuel cell cars in for a lift as Japan looks to exp...
views 179
TOKYO -- Japan aims to have 80 new hydrogen refuel...
Nikkei hits fresh 4-month low as yen spikes; autom...
views 246
TOKYO, April 13 Japanese stocks posted fresh four-...
Japanese medical school sparks outrage over allege...
views 47
TOKYO - A Japanese medical university's alleged sy...