TOKYO Japan is set to appoint international policy veteran Kenji Okamura as its top financial diplomat representing the country at international forums such as G7/G20 meetings, five government sources with knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Friday.
TOKYO Japan's tax revenue undershot government estimates for the first time in two years in the fiscal year to last March as the coronavirus crisis dealt a heavy blow to corporate profits, several government sources said on Wednesday.
TOKYO, June 29 The brokerage arm of Japan's
Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group (SMFG) plans to set up
an office in Abu Dhabi as it seeks to tap the $80 billion debt
capital market (DCM) in the Middle East, its chief executive
TOKYO Mizuho Financial Group Inc has seen coronavirus-related loan requests reach 17 trillion yen ($155 billion) since the outbreak, and is bracing for further demand from companies battling to revive their operations, its chief executive said.
TOKYO Nomura Holdings Inc is considering having fewer staff work at its Tokyo headquarters permanently now that the coronavirus pandemic has spurred a huge shift to remote working, its chief executive said.
TOKYO, June 3 Nomura Holdings Inc is
considering having fewer staff work at its Tokyo headquarters
permanently now that the coronavirus pandemic has spurred a huge
shift to remote working, its chief executive said.
TOKYO Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's cabinet approved on Wednesday a new $1.1 trillion stimulus package that includes significant direct spending, to stop the coronavirus pandemic pushing the world's third-largest economy deeper into recession.
TOKYO, May 21 Japan's Daiwa Securities Group Inc
expects to make a comeback in China as early as this
year initially targeting the country's huge market for
investment banking, its chief executive said.
TOKYO Japan plans to cut the amount of inflation-linked bonds it sells to the market next month to the lowest level in seven years, sources said, as plunging oil costs and the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic stoke fears of deflation.
TOKYO Japan boosted its new economic stimulus package on Monday to a record $1.1 trillion to expand cash payouts to its citizens, as the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic threatens to push the world's third-largest economy deeper into recession.