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Japan's voters and their question for Abe: Why call for polls now?

Nov 20, 2014

Japan's voters and their question for Abe: Why call for polls now?

Abe took office pledging to reboot Japan's economy with hyper-easy monetary policy, spending and reform. #Economy #Japan #NewsTracker #recession #Democratic Party of Japan #Liberal Democratic Party #Shinzo Abe #Abenomics #snap polls
Japan: Shinzo Abe set to call snap polls, delay tax hike

Nov 18, 2014

Japan: Shinzo Abe set to call snap polls, delay tax hike

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is set today to call a snap election, and seek voters' endorsement for more economic reforms after Japan slipped into recession. #World #Japan #NewsTracker #recession #Shinzo Abe
Japan descends into recession; PM Shinzo Abe all set to call snap polls

Nov 17, 2014

Japan descends into recession; PM Shinzo Abe all set to call snap polls

Speculation has been swirling that Abe -- who faces a leadership election next year -- will delay increasing Japan's sales tax to 10 percent #Economy #Japan #recession #Sales Tax #Shinzo Abe #Japanese politics #Snap elections
Deutsche Bank to pay $1.9 bn to settle US mortgage case

Dec 21, 2013

Deutsche Bank to pay $1.9 bn to settle US mortgage case

Deutsche Bank said on Friday it will pay $1.9 billion to settle claims that it defrauded two U.S. government-controlled companies in the sale of mortgage-backed securities before the 2008 financial crisis. #US #Financial crisis #recession #Deutsche Bank
JPMorgan's legal troubles weigh on employee pay

Nov 22, 2013

JPMorgan's legal troubles weigh on employee pay

JPMorgan Chase & Co plans to keep overall compensation per employee roughly flat this year from last year, lagging gains at rivals, as the bank's massive legal settlements weigh on its results, two sources familiar with the matter said. #Economy #US #JP Morgan #Global recession #compensation #Employees #Jamie Dimon #mortgages