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Japan, China to launch direct yen-yuan trade on June 1
TOKYO, May 29 Japan and China will launch direct yen-yuan trade in the Tokyo and Shanghai markets from June 1 to facilitate trade and financial transactions between Asia's two biggest economies, Japanese Finance Minister Jun Azumi said on Tuesday.
Japan, China bypass US in currency trade  Asia Times Online
China and Japan begin direct currency trading  Aljazeera.com
Sony reports record loss amid disasters and strong yen
Japanese electronics maker Sony has reported a record annual loss as natural disasters last year and a strong yen hurt its earnings.
The death of plasma? Panasonic sales drop by 41 per cent  Pocket-lint.com
Sony, Panasonic Fall to 30-Year Lows as TV Losses Mount  Bloomberg
Japanese earthquake and strong yen cause Toshiba's profits to halve
Toshiba said its social infrastructure division, whose products include street lights, grew in the year to March 31, but sales of digital and electronic devices such as televisions fell due to "the impacts of sharp yen appreciation, the Great East ...
Toshiba Q4 Net Profit Down 63%; Recovery Expected This Year  International Business Times
Trading the Dragon: GBPJPY
The British Pound - Japanese Yen currency pair is a volatile offering that presents traders with potentially large moves in price relative to many other pairings.
Weaken, dammit!
WITH their overnight-lending rates at zero for most of the past decade, the Japanese public long ago stopped caring about interest rates.
Your Face on a 10000 yen bill! Bolster Your Delusions of Grandeur, Anyway
At Otona Ginko (“grown-ups' bank”), you can order 10,000 yen bills with your portrait printed on them. You send in your picture and it gets converted to the kind of line-based monochrome graphic you see on real currency.
Drive From The Rising Sun: Why Japan's Car Companies Are Moving Manufacturing ...
Japan's vaunted automakers may soon stop building cars in their homeland for export as a soaring yen combines with Mother Nature's mood swings and an aging population saps the strength of the Nipponese domestic market, driving the companies across ...
Is Kyle Bass Wrong on the Japan Trade?
What happens to those yen? Well, some will get spent on other things, but in the end, they'll all wind up in bank accounts somewhere, and somehow they'll find their way into a Japanese Government Bond, so that the holder of said yen might get some yield.
China And Japan Move Away From Dollar, Will Conduct Bilateral Trade Using Own ...
China is Japan's largest trading partner, and over the past decade their economic relationship has strengthened. Trade between the two countries reached approximately 27.5 trillion yen or $347 billion in 2011, according to the Ministry of Finance in Japan.
Holdouts get paid, the rest can pray
Last Tuesday, the Greek Debt Management Office announced that it had paid a coupon that came due on Japanese yen-denominated floating rate notes (FRN), whose holders had held out.