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dailyresourcehunter.com / By Chris Mayer / May 1st, 2013
Kudos to those who bought Japanese stocks. The Tokyo Stock Price Index, or Topix, is up 37% for the year and a blistering 60% since November. It was in December that Shinzo Abe came to power in Japan. He promised easy money. And the Bank [...]
doctorhousingbubble.com / By Dr. Housing Bubble / April 29, 2013
Quantitative easing is unlikely to get any airtime on the local press but this is the overarching policy that the Fed has enacted to pull us out of the recession. What many people do not know is that Japan is ahead of the curve when [...]
The Bank of Japan satisfied stock markets with a host of new monetary easing that sent the yen tumbling and helped stocks recover from losses. The fact that it is risks an outbreak of significant inflation and possibly a currency crisis is being [...]
zerohedge.com / By Tyler Durden / February 24, 2013, 14:36
n our prediction two weeks ago of who the next Bank of Japan governor was likely to be, we said that “the tussle lies between a slightly less dovish bureaucrat in Toshiro Muto (favored by the opposition) and a banker, Haruhiko Kuroda, [...]
dailyreckoning.com.au / By Greg Canavan / February 11th, 2013
Reporting season kicks into gear this week, with big hitters Commonwealth Bank and Rio Tinto, among others, reporting. It will be interesting to see whether the market takes any notice of what’s actually happening on the ground, or whether it will continue responding [...]
acting-man.com / By Pater Tenebrarum / December 27, 2012
Pork-Barrel Spending Expert Becomes Finance Minister
It appears it is not enough for Shinzo Abe to attempt to wrest control over the nominally independent Bank of Japan from its board with the aim of getting it to “inflate Japan to prosperity”. The [...]
zerohedge.com / By Tyler Durden / December 23, 2012, 14:22
Forget Facebook; Bob Pisani would be cock-a-hoop. Imagine the euphoria and excitement from a Fed IPO? What better way for the rich to get even richer than to buy shares in the world’s most profitable hedge fund. And for those saying this is preposterous and [...]
testosteronepit.com / By Wolf Richter / December 17, 2012, 5:31PM
One of my sources in Japan was told about a yearend Bonenkai party where an official from the Ministry of Finance, the most powerful ministry at the core of Japan Inc., had let slip some things, perhaps after one too many drinks. He confirmed [...]
reuters.com / By By Leika Kihara / TOKYO | Fri Nov 30, 2012 7:01am EST (Reuters) – Bank of Japan Governor Masaaki Shirakawa was feeling the heat in February when he was summoned to parliament five times to explain what he planned to do to get Japan out of its deflation doldrums.
cnbc.com / By: Reuters / Published: Wednesday, 14 Nov 2012 | 6:41 AM ET
Japan’s main opposition leader Shinzo Abe, seen as the most likely next premier if a snap election is held next month, called on the central bank to print “unlimited yen” to achieve a new inflation target.
I don’t think most people get it yet, how quickly the debt snowball is rolling through the wallets of our country, how fast it will gain speed over the next decade, and what this will do to our country. As it moves faster and gets larger it [...]
Likely glowing from his glorious victory (h/t Trish Regan) over Krugman in Bloomberg’s recent Paul vs Paul debate, Rep. Ron Paul destroys the central-planning arrogance of Bernanke and his ilk in an Op-Ed released by the FT today.
Control of the world’s economy has been placed in the [...]
globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / Wednesday, April 18, 2012 11:26 AM
The last thing Japan really needs is to kick off a bout of inflation. At a mere 2% interest rate or so, interest on its national debt would consumer all revenues. Nonetheless, the Wall Street Journal reports BOJ Ready to Take Additional [...]
Around a black hole there is what is called an event horizon. It is the point beyond which you can no longer turn back. In Hollywood films the event is often made rather dramatic with lots of shaking and sirens, as if it was like the lip [...]
“In my original ideas about the film, the ministry didn’t know whether there were terrorists out there or not because over the years they had so many counter agents and counter-counter agents out there and agent provocateurs who maybe set explosions to lure people in. The people lost track of whether there really were terrorists or not, but the important thing is the belief in terrorists had to be maintained to allow the ministry to continue to survive. Originally the film was called The Ministry. It was really about the survival of an organism like a great bureaucracy that will do anything to keep itself going.." - Terry Gilliam on Brazil