User: kailas Topic: Economics
Category: Deflation
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Toyota workers to get smaller base-pay rise than sought - Jiji 13.3.2019 Reuters: Money News
Toyota Motor workers in Japan will receive a monthly increase in base pay of 10,700 yen ($96), lower than what unions were requesting, Jiji Press reported on Wednesday.
China's February producer inflation flat amid lacklustre demand, consumer inflation eases 9.3.2019 Reuters: Money News
China's factory-gate inflation in February stayed flat from a month earlier, while gains in consumer prices slipped to the lowest level in more than a year as muted price pressures point to lacklustre demand in the world's second-largest ...
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China's producer prices slow for seventh straight month, raising deflation fears 15.2.2019 Reuters: Money News
China's factory-gate inflation slowed for a seventh straight month in January to its weakest pace since September 2016, raising concerns the world's second-biggest economy may see the return of deflation as domestic demand cools.
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Time to TLTRO? Markets home in on details of ECB's potential new booster 11.2.2019 Reuters: Money News
Cheap bank loans, a form of stimulus first launched by the ECB during the global financial crisis, look set to make a comeback in coming months and investors anticipate shorter term loans with a variable rate to allow the central bank ...
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WPI inflation falls to 8-month low of 3.80% in December 14.1.2019 Zee News : Business
The Wholesale Price Index (WPI)-based inflation 3.58 percent during the corresponding month of the previous year, official data showed on Monday.
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IBBI publishes Revised Syllabus and other details of Valuation Examinations 1.1.2019 Govt of india: PIB
The Central Government notified the commencement of Section 247 (relating to valuers) of the Companies Act, 2013 with effect from 18thOctober, 2017. It also notified the Companies (Registered Valuers and Valuation) Rules, 2017 on 18thOctober, 2017.
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On interest rates, maybe Trump is right and the Fed is wrong 27.12.2018 LA Times: Commentary

The battle between President Trump and Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell over the Fed’s raising of interest rates has been almost universally depicted in Trumpian terms.

On one side, you have a petulant president trying to place the blame for a plunging stock market anywhere but on himself;...

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What Does $3 Trillion Buy in Europe? Higher Inflation, Uneven Growth 14.12.2018 Wall St. Journal: Europe
The European Central Bank said it would wind down new bond purchases under its quantitative easing program this month, ending a landmark policy that helped the bank achieve its inflation target but had uneven effects on other parts of the economy.
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WPI inflation falls to 4.64% in November on softening food prices 14.12.2018 Zee News : Business
The Wholesale Price Index (WPI)-based inflation stood was 5.28 percent in October and 4.02 percent in November last year.
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ECB ends eurozone QE stimulus programme 13.12.2018 BBC: Business
The European Central Bank confirms it is ending its €2.5tn bond-buying programme this month.
November retail inflation falls to 2.3%, October IIP up over 8% 13.12.2018 Sify Finance
Lower food prices eased India's November retail inflation rate to 2.33 per cent from 3.38 per cent in the previous month, while higher manufacturing boosted industrial output growth in October to 8.1 per cent, an official data showed on Wednesday, even as India Inc. welcomed the double bonanza for the economy.
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Japan's trade minister to retain post in cabinet reshuffle: Nikkei 29.9.2018 Reuters: World News
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will likely reappoint Trade Minister Hiroshige Seko in a cabinet reshuffle next week, the Nikkei newspaper reported on Saturday.
Japan PM Abe wins extended term, faces Trump trade challenge 20.9.2018 Reuters: Top News
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe won a ruling party leadership vote on Thursday, setting him on track to become Japan's longest-serving premier and try to cement his legacy, including by revising the post-war pacifist constitution.
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Explainer: Why is Japan's monetary policy so unpopular with banks? 19.9.2018 Reuters: Money News
Japan's central bank has been pursuing quantitative easing for the past five years to spur consumption in the world's third largest economy, but its policies have also made it unpopular with banks due to pressure on their earnings.
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Why is Japan's monetary policy so unpopular with banks? 19.9.2018 Reuters: Money News
Japan's central bank has been pursuing quantitative easing for the past five years to spur consumption in the world's third largest economy, but its policies have also made it unpopular with banks due to pressure on their earnings.
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Japan PM Abe says BOJ's easy policy shouldn't continue forever 14.9.2018 Reuters: Money News
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Friday the central bank's ultra-easy policy should not continue forever, signaling his hope of laying the path toward an exit from a radical stimulus programme in coming years.
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Our Modi<em>ji</em> is the master of illusion 11.9.2018 Rediff: Columns
'Our first great challenge is to create 12 million new jobs each year, to make the demographic dividend an economic dividend.'
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Our Modiji is the master of illusion 11.9.2018 Rediff: Business
'Our first great challenge is to create 12 million new jobs each year, to make the demographic dividend an economic dividend.'
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Japan official urges caution over Trump's complaint on strong dollar 22.7.2018 Reuters: Money News
Japan should be careful about recent remarks by U.S. President Donald Trump on currencies and might need to convince Washington its monetary easing is not aimed at weakening the yen but beating deflation, a finance ministry official said on ...
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Many Japanese companies see inflation of less than 1 percent as appropriate 20.7.2018 Reuters: Money News
More than 40 percent of Japanese businesses believe it will take more than three years to reach the central bank's inflation goal of 2 percent, a Reuters poll shows, and more than a quarter think the goal is an impossible ...
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