User: kailas Topic: Economics
Category: Deflation
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The Finance 202: Trump's base is all about his tariffs on imports 16.4.2018 Washington Post: Politics
Polling shows Republicans and non-college educated whites are behind the policy.
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UK shop prices fall at fastest pace in over a year: BRC 4.4.2018 Reuters: Money News
LONDON (Reuters) - British shop prices dropped in March at the fastest pace in more than a year, adding to signs that inflation pressure caused by the pound's post-Brexit drop is fading away, an industry survey showed on Wednesday.
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UK shop prices fall at fastest pace in over a year: BRC 4.4.2018 General News
LONDON (Reuters) - British shop prices dropped in March at the fastest pace in more than a year, adding to signs that inflation pressure caused by the pound's post-Brexit drop is fading away, an industry survey showed on Wednesday.
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The Japanese economy: Abenomics looks a lot like Reaganomics 1.4.2018 Business Standard: News Now
Japan needed a shakeup after 20-plus years in the doldrums
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BOJ deputy governor says price gains insufficient, wants stronger policy regime 23.3.2018 General News
TOKYO (Reuters) - One of the Bank of Japan's newly appointed deputy governors said consumer prices are not rising quickly enough and the central bank should strengthen its policy stance if possible, underscoring a still-tepid inflation outlook despite years of stimulus.
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Does Trump want a trade war? What you need to know about Smoot-Hawley tariffs and the 1930s. 21.3.2018 Washington Post
Does Trump want a trade war? What you need to know about Smoot-Hawley tariffs and the 1930s.
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Speed of India's shift to green energy at par with China, Europe: Report 16.3.2018 Business Standard: News Now
Transformation is aided by sustained deflation in renewable tariffs, tech upgrades, cheaper finance, expeditious tendering and political will
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ECB gives up on bigger bond buys en route to stimulus exit 8.3.2018 General News
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The European Central Bank dropped a long-standing pledge on Thursday to increase its bond buying if needed, taking another small step in weaning the euro zone economy off its protracted stimulus.
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ECB drops easing bias en route to stimulus exit 8.3.2018 General News
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The European Central Bank dropped a long-standing pledge on Thursday to increase its bond buying if needed, taking another small step in weaning the euro zone economy off its protracted stimulus.
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ECB drops easing bias, taking baby step towards stimulus exit 8.3.2018 General News
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The European Central Bank dropped a long-standing pledge on Thursday to increase bond buys if needed, taking another small step in weaning the euro zone economy off protracted stimulus.
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BOJ deputy governor nominee warns against premature exit from easy policy 5.3.2018 General News
TOKYO (Reuters) - The Bank of Japan must avoid a premature exit from its ultra easy policy and consider ramping up stimulus if needed to pull the economy out of deflation, Masazumi Wakatabe, one of the two nominees for BOJ deputy governor, said on Monday.
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BOJ must avoid premature exit from easy policy - deputy governor nominee 5.3.2018 General News
TOKYO (Reuters) - The Bank of Japan must avoid a premature exit from its ultra-easy policy to ensure the economy is completely out of deflation, Masazumi Wakatabe, one of the two nominees for BOJ deputy governor, said on Monday.
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The Finance 202: Gary Cohn is not worried about an overheated economy 16.2.2018 Washington Post: Politics
Maybe he should be.
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Japan government reappoints Kuroda as BOJ chief, picks reflationist academic as deputy 16.2.2018 General News
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's government on Friday reappointed Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda for another term and chose an advocate of bolder monetary easing as one of his deputies, a sign the central bank will be in no rush to dial back its massive stimulus programme.
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The stock market is worried about inflation. Should it be? 8.2.2018 SFGate: Business & Technology
To the degree the recent wild swings in the stock market are rooted in economic fundamentals, these are the fundamentals to fear: The already strong economy may overheat, inflation may spike, and the Federal Reserve may then raise interest rates more aggressively to try to combat that higher inflation. The kernel of evidence that supported those fears was a report Friday that average hourly earnings for American workers rose 2.9 percent over the 12 months ended in January, the highest since the economic expansion began nine years ago. It’s only a single data point, and an erratic one at that.
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Shinzo Abe hopes BOJ to keep 'bold' monetary easing, Japan not out of deflation 5.2.2018 General News
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Monday he hoped the central bank would continue to promote "bold" monetary easing, as the economy has yet to emerge decisively from deflation.
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Japan central bank keeps lax monetary policy unchanged 23.1.2018 Washington Post: World
The Bank of Japan has opted to keep intact its unprecedented monetary stimulus despite stronger than expected growth.
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Global Markets: Asia stocks rise as end to U.S. government shutdown buoys Wall Street, dollar steady 23.1.2018 General News
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks advanced on Tuesday after U.S. senators struck a deal to end a three-day government shutdown, sending Wall Street's main indexes to record highs and keeping the dollar well supported.
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Japan Inc sees strong run of economic growth, but more wary than market estimates 23.1.2018 General News
TOKYO (Reuters) - Nearly three-quarters of Japanese companies expect the economy to keep expanding at least another year, extending an already strong run, although they were not as bullish as market estimates, a Reuters poll showed.
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Japan government upgrades economic view for first time in seven months 19.1.2018 General News
TOKYO (Reuters) - The Japanese government raised its assessment of the economy in January for the first time in seven months due to rising consumer spending, an encouraging sign that inflation could start to pick up this year.
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