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Euro Slides as Japanese Yen and US Dollar Make Comeback Post-Bernanke
With little important data due from either Asia or Europe (save the better than expected Japanese first quarter GDP reading), there was little reason to move into anything else than the Japanese Yen and the US Dollar, the top two performing currencies ...
Japan, China bypass US in currency trade
TOKYO - Japan and China started direct trading of their currencies, the yen and the yuan, on the inter-bank foreign exchange markets in Tokyo and Shanghai on Friday in an apparent bid to strengthen bilateral trade and investment between the world's ...
Yuan-yen direct trading is a win-win game  China.org.cn
China and Japan Abandon US Dollar as a Means of Trade  The Market Oracle
Why A Strong Yen Means More US Jobs
The cost to build a Toyota Prius hasn't changed much in the past five years - if you measure the cost in Japanese yen. But if you measure the cost in dollars, it's a different story.
Toyota to cut Japanese production 10 per cent by 2014report  CarAdvice
Japan: Nissan to cut domestic production by 15 pct  INAUTONEWS
IMF Says Yen Is Overvalued and BOJ Should Add Stimulus: Economy
“The exchange rate has appreciated over the past year partly because of safe-haven capital inflows, and our analysis suggests that the yen is moderately overvalued from a medium-term perspective,” the IMF said in a report on Japan's economy released ...
Japan's Big Car Makers Grapple with Strong Yen
TOKYO—Japan's three largest auto makers are signaling plans to shift more production overseas to deal with the strong yen, moves that may mark the end of the country's role as one of the world's biggest auto export hubs. Toyota Motor Corp., long the ...
Toyota shifts Yaris production to France  Globe and Mail
Toyota moves production of Yaris compact to France  The Japan Daily Press
China's Japanese bond holdings hit all-time high
China holds short-term and long-term Japanese government bonds worth 18 trillion yen (US$230 billion), according to the Japanese Ministry of Finance and the Bank of Japan. Foreign institutions and individuals held a total of 92 trillion yen worth of ...
Japan: Solid Recovery, But Europe Dampens Outlook
Japan's headline inflation remains near zero percent, but the exchange rate has appreciated over the last year, partly because of inflows of capital seeking a safe haven.
Shirakawa Bows to Yen Bulls as Intervention Fails
Japan sold 14.3 trillion yen ($183 billion) last year, the third-most on record, Ministry of Finance data show, to slow the currency's gains after the country was struck by an earthquake and the worst nuclear crisis in a generation.
Japan Confronts Flight to Quality With Brutal Yen  Bloomberg
Has Japanese corporate culture changed in last decade?
With the world's third largest economy, Japan has revised its growth figures for the first quarter of 2012 to 1.2%. The recovery has been linked to improved government spending and to post-tsunami reconstruction.
Japanese eco-car subsidies to end in July-Nikkei
Vehicles meeting certain fuel economy standards are eligible for subsidies at the rate of 70,000 yen for minicars and 100,000 yen for larger vehicles, the Japanese daily said. Assuming the weekly average of 14-15 billion yen in May continues, the ...