News Headline Summary
Japan's finance minister Jojima says it is not appropriate for government to set inflation target
- BoJ underwriting bonds could cause sharp inflation.
- Is too early to state size of extra budget.
- Expects BoJ to pursue bold credit easing in line with joint statement with government.
- Not entirely surprising to hear such comments as the ruling party stance is in sharp contrast to the opposition LDP's proposals.
01:43, 20 Nov 2012 -
01:16, 21 Nov 2012
Package of measures for Greece envisages no haircut on official loan principal, according to document prepared for Eurogroup meeting
00:48, 21 Nov 2012
Still nothing heard out of the European meeting in Brussels with comments likely to come in the next few hours...
23:07, 20 Nov 2012
The Japanese opposition party favored to win in December 16th lower house elections, will include in its platform a promise for an agreement with the central bank for a 2% inflation target, according to Nikkei
23:05, 20 Nov 2012
Japanese banks cutting government bond holdings, according to Nikkei citing Japan securities dealers association figures
22:27, 20 Nov 2012
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