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Thursday, 20 June 2013
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20 Jun 13 09:26
Japanese trade deficit surges as costs rise from yen's woes
04:06 | 20/6/13
TOKYO -- Japan's trade deficit rose nearly 10 percent in May to 993.9 billion yen (nearly US$10.5 billion), highlighting the challenge Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe faces in revitalizing manufacturing as industries increasingly shift production offshore.
Japan Shares Rise Fourth Day on Weak Yen, Rising Exports
12:35 | 19/6/13
Data today showed Japanese exports rose 10 percent in May from a year earlier, beating the median estimate of an increase of 6.4 percent, and the trade deficit stood at 993.9 billion yen, narrower than the 1.22 trillion yen estimate of 31 economists ...
Asian Stocks Gain as Japanese Exporters Rise on Weak Yen
12:08 | 19/6/13
Asian stocks rose, with the regional benchmark index heading for a two-week high, as Japanese exporters rallied after the nation's shipments increased and the yen weakened as investors awaited the outcome of the Federal Reserve meeting. Japan's Toyota ...
Mind Over Yen: The Monetary Psychology Of Reflating Japan's Economy
09:21 | 19/6/13
The Bank of Japan's new QQE is barely two months old, yet the Japanese yen (FXY) has already reversed almost all its losses against the U.S.
The Trouble With Japan's Weaker Yen Policy
18:26 | 11/6/13
Daily Reckoning - Australian Edition
You have to give it to those Japanese. They know how to put on a show. The Nikkei 225 had a lazy 636 point gain on Monday while most Australians enjoyed a public holiday.
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