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May 11, 2013
As yen hits 100 to US$, get ready for more currency warsAs the Japanese government courts inflation by printing more yen and weakening the currency, more countries will be tempted to join the currency wars.
Apr 22, 2013
Gold gains on rushed buying in Asia but ETFs trim holdingsGold jumped more than 1 percent on Monday after a rebound above $1,400 ignited technical buying, but sentiment was shaky as steady outflows from exchange-traded funds trimmed holdings to their lowest in three years.
Jan 14, 2013
Yen at 2-year low as Japan PM stresses on stimulas to spur growthIn comments that came ahead of the BOJ's policy meeting on January 21-22, Abe said on Sunday that the BOJ must set a 2 percent inflation target and make it a medium-term goal rather than a long-term objective.
Jan 11, 2013
Japan launches big fiscal stimulus to revive economyUnder intense pressure from Abe, the Bank of Japan will likely adopt a 2 percent inflation target at its January 21-22 rate review, double its current goal, and consider easing monetary policy again.
Sep 19, 2012
Now, Bank of Japan eases monetary policy tooShares rose on Wednesday and the yen fell to a one-month low after the Bank of Japan eased monetary policy, the latest central bank to offer stimulus to help the global economy find a firmer footing.
Feb 17, 2012
China-Japan to directly trade in Yen-Yuan, dollar takes a back seatThe gradual relaxation on the use of the yuan in international transactions has led to an increase of Chinese trade now being settled in yuan.
Feb 15, 2012
Markets cheer positive US, German data, Greek commitmentEurope gave Greece until Wednesday to specify how 325 million euros of the 3.3 billion euros demanded in budget savings will be achieved and to give a written commitment to implement the terms of the deal.
Oct 25, 2011
Japan wants to provide support to firms hit by Thai floodsJapan's central bank said it is considering setting up a baht-lending line for Japanese companies operating in flood-hit Thailand, as Tokyo signals growing concern over the disaster's impact on the world's No. 3 economy.
Sep 16, 2011
Central banks to offer three-month dollar loansMajor central banks around the world will cooperate to offer three-month US dollar loans to commercial banks in order to prevent money markets from freezing up in the wake of Europe's sovereign debt crisis.