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Economic Measures Deflation

  • *Tokyo has no plan for new, big fiscal package- officials. TOKYO, Nov 14- Japanese policymakers are starting to see fiscal stimulus as the most likely next step to spark economic growth given the central bank's dwindling monetary ammunition and uncertainty over the agenda of U.S. president-elect Donald Trump. "Fiscal reform is important, but it's true...

  • Japan Q3 GDP is looking up but is it sustainable?

    Japan Center for Economic Research' Jun Saito and J.P. Morgan AM's Tai Hui discuss Japan's lightly better-than-expected GDP reading.

  • BEIJING, Nov 9- China's producer prices jumped more than expected in October as prices of coal and other raw materials surge in the midst of a supply crunch and a pickup in the economy. Factory prices rose 1.2 percent on-year, the fastest pace since December 2011, after turning marginally positive in September for the first time in nearly five years, the National...

  • BEIJING, Nov 9- China's producer prices jumped more than expected in October as prices of coal and other raw materials surge in the midst of a supply crunch and a pickup in the economy. Factory prices rose 1.2 percent on-year, the fastest pace since December 2011, after turning marginally positive in September for the first time in nearly five years, the National...

  • *Some board members warn of uncertainty on price outlook. TOKYO, Nov 7- A majority of Bank of Japan policymakers believe it could take time for inflation expectations to firm, underscoring lingering doubts on how effective the BOJ's new policy framework would be in achieving its ambitious 2 percent price target. At the Sept. 20-21 meeting, the BOJ switched its...

  • FX in emerging markets relatively benign

    Simon Quijano-Evans, chief EM strategist at Legal and General, discusses the FX space across global emerging markets.

  • *Sept nationwide core CPI down 0.5 pct, matching f'cast. TOKYO, Oct 28- Japan's core consumer prices fell for a seventh straight month and household spending slumped in September, endorsing the central bank's view it will take some time for inflation to accelerate to its 2 percent target as the economy stagnates. That said, the central bank is likely to hold off on...

  • TOKYO, Oct 28- Japan's core consumer prices fell for a seventh straight month and household spending slumped in September, endorsing the central bank's view it will take some time for inflation to accelerate to its 2 percent target as the economy stagnates. That said, the central bank is likely to hold off on expanding stimulus at its board meeting next week,...

  • Pricing not important to organic growth: Nestle CEO

    Paul Bulcke, CEO of Nestle, says that deflation - particularly in Europe - means that pricing is not important to the organic growth of his company.

  • Europe is fundamentally over banked: Strategist

    David Lebovitz, global market strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, explains why he prefers U.S. bank shares over their European counterparts.

  • The move in prices of the gastronomic delight is a glaring indicator that while inflation gets all the headlines, deflation is important, too.

  • Yanis Varoufakis, former Greek finance minister, believes that the disintegration of the European Union will "breed monsters."

  • Deflationary bust or boom?

    Cathie Wood, ARK Invest CEO & CIO, discusses deflation due to new technologies in the U.S. economy.

  • Global growth needs to be urgently addressed: Expert

    Monetary policy tools have been exhausted yet the results have been short of expectations, says NN Investment Partners' Ashish Goyal.

  • Japan Inflation

    Wage hikes are slow to pick up but a rise in bonuses could manifest in higher consumption, says Europacifica Consulting's Naomi Fink.

  • Emerging Markets

    Japan and China both suffer from the 3D problem - which is debt, demographics and deflation, says Morgan Stanley's Chetan Ahya.

  • Where is inflation headed?

    Deflationary pressures are not going away, says Bob Janjuah, senior independent client adviser at Nomura.

  • Stocks tread water

    AllianceBernstein Chief Investment Officer Seth Masters, and Chief Equity Strategist at Stifel Nicolaus Barry Bannister, discuss earnings and the health of U.S. business.

  • For now, helicopter money off the table for Japan: Economist

    The Japanese government has approved a large-scale economic stimulus package, in hopes of overcoming deflation and boosting growth. Mizuho senior economist, Colin Asher discusses.

  • Beyond hedge fears: Pro

    We are in a difficult environment with dueling forces, says Basil Williams, Mariner Investment Group, discussing where investors should be looking for opportunity amid geopolitical risk.