Yoshito Sengoku


Yoshito Sengoku News

  • Kan Demands Cut in Nuclear Power, Debate on Who Runs Japan’s Atomic Plants

    Prime Minister Naoto Kan pledged to reduce Japan’s reliance on nuclear power and called for debate on whether private companies should be allowed to run atomic plants in light of the Fukushima disaster.

  • Japan Calendar, Dec. 27-Jan. 7

    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 for Week of Jan. 10

    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 Needs $125 Billion Rebuild Plan: Maehara

    Japan’s next reconstruction package should be “at least” 10 trillion yen ($125 billion) and the nation’s central bank ought to step up stimulus, a potential candidate to succeed Prime Minister Naoto Kan said.

  • Japan Calendar for Week of Nov. 22

    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 Dec. 20-24

    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.

  • Chubu Electric to Shut Hamaoka Nuclear Plant to Boost Its Tsunami Defenses

    Chubu Electric Power Co . agreed to the government’s call to close down its Hamaoka nuclear plant until it can be fortified to withstand a tsunami like the one two months ago that crippled another Japanese atomic station.

  • Japan Increases Scrutiny on Nuclear Risks While Maintaining Atomic Policy

    Japan, fighting to contain the world’s worst nuclear accident in 25 years, stepped up scrutiny on the ability of power plants to withstand earthquakes and tsunamis while pledging to stay committed to atomic energy.

  • Japan, China, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand: Asia Bonds, Currency 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.

  • Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Sengoku May Step Down, Yomiuri Reports

    Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshito Sengoku may step down, the Yomiuri newspaper reported, without saying where it obtained the information. Satsuki Eda, a former speaker of the upper house of parliament, may replace Sengoku, the report said.

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