Tokyo Stocks Opened Higher With Exporters Lifted by A Weak Yen

Tokyo stocks open higher, Takata suspended on bankruptcy reports (Photo: AFP). Metrotvnews.com, Tokyo: Tokyo stocks opened higher on Friday with exporters lifted by a weak yen, while trading in Takata shares was suspended after a media report that the ... ( read original story ...)

World stocks rise as Bank of Japan’s lax policy unchanged

World stocks are mostly higher Friday after Japan's central bank kept its ultra-lax monetary stance intact, lifting Asian sentiment and propping up the dollar. News of another Greek bailout shored up European shares. KEEPING SCORE: European shares rose in ... ( read original story ...)

FAT boss says J-League stint good for Chanathip

Football Association of Thailand president Somyot Poompunmuang has wished Thailand playmaker Chanathip Songkrasin a successful career with J-League side Consodole Sapporo. Chanathip, who missed Thailand's World Cup qualifier against the United Arab ... ( read original story ...)

Japan Inc’s silence over Toshiba sends chill across Tokyo

head of fund manager WisdomTree Japan, pointing to the diminishing grip of the “keiretsu” — the business groupings whose closeness and mutual support underpinned Japan’s postwar economic growth. “Given that Toshiba is at the core of the Mitsui ... ( read original story ...)

Japan’s Crown Prince Naruhito visits Denmark

(Kyodo News via AP) Under the law enacted Friday in Japan, the 83-year-old Akihito's abdication must take place within three years. The last Japanese emperor to abdicate was Kokaku in 1817. ( read original story ...)