Japan’s household spending jumps but BOJ seen keeping stimulus

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s households spent more than expected in November while consumer inflation ticked up and the jobless rate hit a fresh 24-year low, offering the central bank some hope an economic recovery will drive up inflation to its 2 percent target.
( read original story …)


Related Post

Japan companies hungry for more business experienc...
views 133
TOKYO -- Japan's listed companies are increasingly...
Japanese utility eyes scrapping 2nd Fukushima nucl...
views 57
The utility responsible for meltdowns at a nuclear...
Screaming Phoenix Killer Brings His Fabulous Glare...
views 168
For the first two weeks of December, the project w...
6.1-magnitude earthquake hit western Japan; 5 inju...
views 117
A stone torii gate damaged by an earthquake is see...
Ride-share using the Nissan New Mobility Concept i...
views 270
The City of Yokohama in Japan has just launched a ...
Bank of Japan to Host Distributed Ledger Forum Nex...
views 245
Japan’s central bank is set to host an event...
Japan’s economy in longest growth streak sin...
views 144
These are external links and will open in a new wi...
Japanese astronaut gets a scare after initially me...
views 120
After Norishige Kanai, a Japanese astronaut, initi...
Japan-Wide Safety Scandal Erupts Over Steel Compan...
views 194
Toyo Tire & Rubber Co. officials were referred to ...
Leaders of Japan, China, SKorea hold talks focused...
views 75
TOKYO — South Korean President Moon Jae-in arrived...