Aussie central bank announces record low rate; Commerzbank abandons full-year guidance; Honda beats earnings.
The work on Abenomics’ third arrow is promising so far, yet more needs to be done to ensure maximum value to shareholders.
Recent structural reforms are helping to steer Japanese companies into a new era of growth and development.
Some doubt that Nobuteru Ishihara, son of a famed right-wing politician, possesses the skills to help steer his country to recovery.
Healthy company earnings, continued structural reform and improving governance are creating real value in Japan’s equity market.
Abe unveils a new economic plan; Norway central bank surprises markets with rate cut; German media now questions BMW’s emissions standards.
After a solid U.S. labor report and a Tories victory in the U.K., investor risk narratives shift to Greece and China.
Apple announces $200 billion dividend and buyback program; U.K. GDP slows; Japanese shoppers hesitant.
The world’s largest pension fund, led by Takahiro Mitani, is moving massive amounts of money from Japanese bonds into domestic and foreign stocks. Can the shift revitalize the economy?
Domestic firms dominate upper reaches of Institutional Investor’s annual ranking of the nation’s best sell-side analysts.