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Japan’s Cheap Money Era May Be Ending
January 30, 2017

Japan’s Cheap Money Era May Be Ending

By Anthony Fensom
Japan is hopeful about the prospects of long-hoped-for inflation rates in the Year of the Rooster.

Japan Ups the Ante in War on Deflation
September 22, 2016

Japan Ups the Ante in War on Deflation

By Anthony Fensom
The Bank of Japan continues to aggressively pursue its inflation target, but how long can Kurodanomics last?
Asia’s Currency War Backfires
September 08, 2015

Asia’s Currency War Backfires

By Anthony Fensom
This round of currency devaluations is unlikely to help anyone.

Monetary Easing a Dead End for Japan
December 19, 2014

Monetary Easing a Dead End for Japan

By Keita Miyaki
The BOJ continues to pursue its aggressive quantitative easing, but is it effective?

Japan Unveils New Economic Full-Court Press
November 04, 2014

Japan Unveils New Economic Full-Court Press

By Clint Richards
A slew of measures new and old were revealed this weekend, ahead of the expected December tax announcement.

Is Abenomics Failing to Meet International Expectations?
September 22, 2014

Is Abenomics Failing to Meet International Expectations?

By Clint Richards
U.S. cites Japanese ‘underperformance’ at G20, yet Abe’s policies are already in full swing.

Bank of Japan Still Optimistic on Recovery
September 05, 2014

Bank of Japan Still Optimistic on Recovery

By Clint Richards
Governor Kuroda believes a weaker yen could help the Japanese economy.
Japan’s Second Quarter Slump Could Be Worse Than ‘97
July 31, 2014

Japan’s Second Quarter Slump Could Be Worse Than ‘97

By Clint Richards
The tax increase has dealt a blow to GDP, and structural reform may be too late to help.

Can Australia Get the G20 Back on Track?
October 09, 2013

Can Australia Get the G20 Back on Track?

By Andre Stein and Miro Vassilev
The recent summit was dysfunctional. As the chair for 2014, Australia is well positioned to refocus the group.

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