Kaoru Yosano


Kaoru Yosano News

  • Japan Calendar, Aug. 29-Sept. 2

    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, Aug. 15-19

    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.

  • Japanese Economy Contracts Less Than Estimated on Post-Tsunami Investment

    Japan’s economy contracted less than economists estimated in the second quarter as reconstruction work counters the effects of the record March 11 earthquake and a strengthening yen.

  • Japan Calendar, Aug. 8-12

    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, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines: Asian Bonds and Currency Preview

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

  • Japan Calendar, July 25-29

    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.

  • Nikkei 225 Falls Most in Six Weeks as Yen Surges Amid U.S. Debt Impasse

    The Nikkei 225 Stock Average dropped, closing below 10,000 for the first time in more than a week, as a surge in the yen squeezed exporters' earnings amid a deadlock in the U.S. Congress over raising the federal debt limit.

  • `Unhealthy' Japan Fiscal Condition May Boost Interest Rates, Yosano Says

    Japanese borrowing costs may rise if the country’s fiscal condition remains “unhealthy,” with bond sales exceeding tax revenue, the country’s new economy and fiscal policy minister said.

  • Franc Rises to Record as U.S. Budget Impasse, Europe Debt Spur Refuge Bid

    The Swiss franc rallied to records against the dollar and euro and extended its stretch of monthly gains versus the greenback to the longest in 17 years as the U.S. budget impasse and Europe’s turmoil spurred refuge demand.

  • JGB Rebound Seen as Yosano Joins Kan’s Cabinet: Japan Credit

    Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan ’s decision to bring former finance minister Kaoru Yosano into his Cabinet signals a return to fiscal reforms that helped send benchmark bond yields to a seven-year low last August.

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