Takashi Miwa, chief economist at Nomura, talks about the latest CPI read out of Japan and how the Bank of Japan might react to this.
Japan's core consumer prices rose for the first time in over a year in January.
*Tokyo Feb core CPI -0.3 vs f'cast -0.2 pct. TOKYO, March 3- Japan's core consumer prices rose for the first time in over a year in January due to a pickup in energy costs and private consumption, offering some hope for the central bank's efforts in accelerating inflation to its 2 percent target. But household spending slumped in January even as the job market...
TOKYO, March 3- Japan's core consumer price index rose 0.1 percent in January from a year earlier, marking the first year-on-year rise since December 2015, government data showed on Friday. A separate, new index that excludes the effect of energy and fresh food prices, but includes processed food costs, rose 0.2 percent in January from a year earlier, the data from...
LONDON, March 2- Euro zone government bond yields edged up on Thursday ahead of data expected to show the fastest rise in euro area consumer prices in over four years. Europe's benchmark German 10- year yield hit a 10- day high, buttressed by expectations that the U.S. "Today's Eurozone CPI data will likely show that the headline inflation rate breached 2 percent...
Jason Schenker of Prestige Economics says markets are underpricing Yellen's comments that taking too long to raise rates could result in recession.
Mark Olson, Treliant Risk Advisors and former Federal Reserve governor, discusses the state of the U.S. economy and his outlook for the Federal Reserve's rate hike timeline.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports the details of the latest reads on CPI and retail sales.
China's consumer inflation rate quickened to 2.5 percent in January from a year earlier, the highest since May 2014 and beating market expectations.
John Vail, Nikko AM Americas, weighs in on CPI figures from Japan and potential Trump trade policy impact on the country.
Japan's core consumer prices fell 0.2 percent in December from a year earlier.
Australian consumer prices rose by less than expected last quarter while core inflation stayed stubbornly stuck at all-time lows.
Factors like the depreciation in the yuan contributed to PPI inflation rather than an increase in demand, says Zhao Yang at Nomura.
Chi Lo at BNP Paribas Investment Partners weighs in on the improving PPI figures out of China and the movements in the yuan.
Analysts say fading deflationary pressures could nudge the central bank to maintain interest rates at current levels.
Expect less aggressive monetary policy and more structural reform to take place in China going forward, says Raymond Yeung at ANZ.
CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the latest numbers on consumer prices.
CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the latest data on unemployment.
Expect China's trade data to show improvement, says Helen Qiao at BAML.
Gregory Daco, Oxford Economics, breaks down the latest results from the National Association for Business Economics.