This week s Digital Finance Developments looks at Japan s efforts to operationalize its Data Free Flow with Trust initiative during its G7 Presidency this year. The financial sector has extensive experience managing trusted data exchanges and its experiences could offer insights to policymakers.
The IIF Regulatory Affairs Department is pleased to share a comprehensive summary of the key regulatory and policy discussions that took place during the IIF’s 2020 Annual Membership Meeting.
Low inflation has been a conundrum in recent years, "¦ but currently nowhere more so than in the Euro zone and Japan. We evaluate how G-3 inflation ha.
Abenomics is still far away from achieving any meaningful results. However, this may be the biggest chance for Japan to finally get out from its more.
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1. Global stocks, bonds surge post-Fed; EMs in favor :' While the outcome of the BoJ and Fed meetings this week (see below) was much as anticipated,.
The central message from our conversations in Tokyo last week is to expect continuing shifts in policy priorities in response to the faltering success.
Japan-policy announcements disappoint (again) India-off to the races Global PMI and IP-hints of improvement Oil-sliding prices, but underlying tren.
1.' How much more steam in the post-Brexit rally? ' With politics dominating headlines in recent weeks (including in the U.S., where the Republican.
We arrived in Tokyo on July 10 for our annual visit to learn that Prime Minister Abe had scored a major victory in the Upper House elections. The LDP.
Wary markets ahead of key Fed, Brexit decisions' ECB -' wait-and-see mode Japan - when your best may not be good enough' Portfolio flows to EMs grind.
EM portfolio flows continue unprecedented slide In search of safer havens-fund flows favor core bonds South Africa-MPC bites the bullet ' 1.'.
Euro Area growth-hard slog ahead Japan-reinforcing the first and second arrows Risk appetite tempered FOMC minutes paint a balanced picture Shanghai-H.
The global economy seemed to be losing traction until recently, but the latest data paint a brighter picture: business sentiment picked up in October,.
The global economy continues to be affected by bumps in the road that together are contributing to softer growth in the first half of the year. We hav.
U.S. households hold close to half of their financial assets in equities compared to around one-fifth in the Euro Area and less than one-tenth in Japa.
Hopes are high that the new Japanese economic policy will finally end deflation. In the short-term, forceful monetary and fiscal stimulus will support.