TOKYO Jan 17 Japan's Nikkei fell to its lowest level in more than a month on Tuesday as a strong yen soured sentiment, while shares of Honda tumbled after it said an air bag made by Takata Corp had ruptured in one of its cars in Japan. The Nikkei share ... ( read original story ...
Japan's Nikkei share average has hit its lowest level in over five weeks as investors locked in recent gains ahead of the inauguration of US President-elect Donald Trump later in the week. The benchmark Nikkei fell 0.6 per cent to 18,990.48, falling below ... ( read original story ...)
It has argued that abdication via a special law could run afoul of the Japanese Constitution's Article 2, which states that the throne shall be "succeeded to in accordance with the Imperial House Law passed by the Diet." "I think discussions would ... ( read original story ...)
TOKYO The Bank of Japan raised its economic assessment for three of the country's nine regions in a quarterly report on Monday, saying that most areas were seeing a moderate economic recovery. The upgrade reflected a pick-up in private consumption and ... ( read original story ...)
Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley, Nomura Securities, Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan were hired as global coordinators for Japan Post's IPO. The government sold about $12 billion worth of shares in Japan Post and its Japan Post Bank Co (7182.T) and Japan Post ... ( read original story ...)
worth of shares in Japan Post and its Japan Post Bank Co and Japan Post Insurance Co units in a triple mega-IPO in November 2015. The parent company's stock was down 3.7 percent in afternoon trade after the Nikkei reported the government would sell a ... ( read original story ...)
At the lunch break, Tokyo's benchmark Nikkei index was down 0.91 percent, or 175.38 points, at 19,111.90, while the broader Topix index of all first-section issues was down 0.84 percent, or 12.95 points, at 1,531.94. US officials said Friday that Takata ... ( read original story ...)