Japan’s Inflation Creeps Up Again, Fueled by Energy Prices

(Bloomberg) — Japan’s key inflation gauge edged up in September, bringing the Bank of Japan back to the halfway point toward its price target, though gains are still largely limited to energy. Key Ta…
( read original story …)


Related Post

Jetro vows to boost Philippine-Japan economic ties
views 176
A Japanese government-led organization ... the pro...
Is Japan’s long slump finally ending?
views 253
Few economists give much for his chances of succes...
Japanese banks to use Ripple for blockchain for pa...
views 157
CNBC reports that the Japan Bank Consortium, compr...
RUBBER-Tokyo futures prices after evening session ...
views 348
Following are prices for Tokyo rubber futures at t...
Osaka hospital discovers perforated intravenous dr...
views 258
OSAKA – A hospital in Osaka said Wednesday i...
Report: Japan to fire coach Halilhodzic ahead of W...
views 165
Japan's Kyodo news agency cites football associati...
Japan Is Opening Its Skies And Business Jet Travel...
views 91
Japan is only a few hours’ flight from China, one ...
Why Japan’s Economy Posted Surprisingly Strong Gro...
views 282
Mr. Trump’s protectionist views have alarmed...
Japan's trains toe the line
views 300
Tourists can travel on Japan's bullet trains for a...
Japan, China plan to resume defence exchanges
views 189
TOKYO (THE YOMIURI SHIMBUN/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Ja...