*Euro posts 1st weekly gain in three vs dollar after German Ifo. NEW YORK, May 24- The dollar posted its worst week against the yen in a year on Friday as volatility in stocks and uncertainty about the outlook for U.S. monetary policy spurred investors to pare back bets against the Japanese currency.» Read More
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"You probably have to distinguish between different countries. I think in Japan's case it's fairly easy it's all about exchange rates and that's obviously depressing sentiment and exporters and depressing the willingness and profitability of large companies," Richard Jerram, chief economist at Bank of Singapore told CNBC. "I think Korea is more interesting because that's more geared directly to the global cycle and it does suggest that maybe global demand is not really as robust as people had been hoping," he added.
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"My favourite candidate [to replace Naoto Kan as Prime Minister] is Yoshiko Noda, the finance minister, but as to who is most likely, that is still very hard to tell," Takuji Okubo, chief Japan economist at Societe Generale, told CNBC.
"True European fiscal union is something we will probably not see for another ten or twenty years," Alan Capper, head of credit strategy at Lloyds Banking Group told CNBC. He added that some countries within Europe were dealing with "generation long" economic problems and that some members of the Euro zone would have to get used to a long period of low or no growth and markets should price for the risk accordingly.
Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke speaks on the economy and policy, at a time when both are shaky in the eyes of the markets.