….come on Suzuki
Japan FinMin Suzuki: We Are Facing Speculators in Market Severely; Don’t Think Public Finances Suddenly Have Turned for Worse
Japan FinMin Suzuki:— *seven (@sevenloI) October 21, 2022
- We Are Facing Speculators in Market Severely
- Don’t Think Public Finances Suddenly Have Turned for Worse All of Sudden to Cause Yen Weakening
- Monetary Policy Left Up to Independence of BoJ
- To Strive to Achieve Primary Budget Balancing Target
- Older Stories
tweet at 8:18pm: Japan FinMin Suzuki: - Excess FX Volatility by Speculative Trading Is Unacceptable - Closely Watching FX Moves With High Sense of Urgency - Will Take Appropriate Steps on Excess FX Volatility tweet at 8:19pm: Japan FinMin Suzuki: Recent Sharp, One-Sided Yen Weakening Is Undesirable tweet at 8:19pm: Japan FinMin Suzuki: Weak Yen Has Both Merits and Demerits tweet at 8:21pm: Japan FinMin Suzuki: - Aim to Maximize Positive Side of Weak Yen - Weaker Yen Hits Consumers via Higher Import Prices - Important to Ease Negative Effects of Weak Yen tweet at 8:22pm: Japan FinMin Suzuki: - Recent Inflation Driven by Energy, Weak Yen - Strive to Revive Inbound Tourism With Weaker Yen - Important to Take Seamless Steps Against Rising Prices
tweet at 8:11pm: #EUCO has reached an agreement on energy. Unity and solidarity prevail. Agreed to work on measures to contain energy prices for households and businesses. tweet at 8:34pm: EU's Michel: Leaders Determined To Reduce Prices, Guarantee Supply
The ECB is almost sure to deliver another huge rate hike next week and emphasise that more tightening measures are in store. Also further measures to accelerate the contraction of ...
- Newer Stories
tweet at 8:44pm: French President Macron: - EU Commission Will Make Proposals in Next Weeks - EU Can Implement Energy Mechanisms by Early Nov - No Agreement on Joint Debt Because Not Needed Yet
New S&P Global PMI™ Comment Trackers provide unique insights into the key macroeconomic trends shaping the global economy. The trackers are derived from qualitative evidence ...
Confidence among British consumers remained close to the lowest level on record this month with households facing double-digit inflation, rising interest rates and political ...