Hiromasa Yonekura


Hiromasa Yonekura News

  • BOJ Refrains From Easing With Signs Japan Weathering Tax Rise

    Japan’s central bank refrained from boosting stimulus and raised its view of business investment as the economy shows signs of weathering the impact of the first sales-tax increase since 1997.

  • Strong Yen Eroding Japan’s Competitiveness, Yonekura Says

    Japan’s competitiveness is being eroded by an “excessively strong yen,” the chairman of the nation’s biggest business lobby said.

  • EU, Japan More Favorable to Economic Integration, Tribune Says

    The European Union and Japan should authorize planning for an Economic Integration Agreement at a bilateral meeting at the end of the month, La Tribune said today, citing an interview with Sumitomo Chemical Co. Ltd. Chairman Hiromasa Yonekura .

  • Japan Calendar for Week of Jan. 24

    The following is a calendar of expected financial events in Japan. Other calendars can be found at: {ECO JN <GO>} for economic indicators, {ACDR <GO>} for earnings, and {CACT <GO>} for corporate actions. Times may change.

  • Japan Calendar, Sept. 12-16

    The following is a calendar of expected financial events in Japan. Other calendars can be found at: {ECO JN <GO>} for economic indicators, {ACDR <GO>} for earnings, and {CACT <GO>} for corporate actions. Times may change.

  • APEC Leaders Urge Vigilance on Protectionism to Spur Growth

    Asia-Pacific governments are calling for vigilance against protectionism as economic growth slows in parts of the region and completion of a 12-nation trade accord looks set to be delayed further.

  • Japan Calendar, Jan. 16-20

    The following is a calendar of expected financial events in Japan. Other calendars can be found at: {ECO JN <GO>} for economic indicators, {ACDR <GO>} for earnings, and {CACT <GO>} for corporate actions. Times may change.

  • Japan Real Wages Fall to Global Recession Low in Abe Risk

    Japan’s base wages adjusted for inflation last year matched a 16-year low in 2009 when the world was gripped by recession, posing a risk to consumer spending as the nation girds for a higher consumption tax.

  • Japan Calendar, Sept. 26-30

    The following is a calendar of expected financial events in Japan. Other calendars can be found at: {ECO JN <GO>} for economic indicators, {ACDR <GO>} for earnings, and {CACT <GO>} for corporate actions. Times may change.

  • China, India, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand: Asian Bonds, Currencies Preview

    The following events and economic reports may influence trading in Asia’s local bonds and currencies today. Bond yields and exchange rates are from the previous trading session unless stated otherwise.

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