BOJ increase of JGB purchase limit from July
Due to the government's economic measures against the new coronavirus, an additional 100 trillion yen of government bonds will be issued this year. The BOJ plans to increase the maximum purchase amount of government bonds per transaction from July, and the holding of JGBs, which has already reached about 500 trillion yen, is likely to increase.
Japan Display during business restructuring Final deficit for 6 consecutive years
The last year's financial results of Japan Display, a liquid crystal panel maker that is rebuilding its business, were in the red for the last six years in a row with a net loss of over 100 billion yen due to the cost of structural reforms. However, with the support of the asset management company, etc., the state of excess debt was resolved.
Toyota's new executive structure Reduces the number of executive officers to less than half by nine
Toyota Motor Corporation has decided on a new executive structure that will reduce the number of executive officers to nine, which is less than half the current number, on the first day. This is to clarify the role of executive officers in promoting management with an eye on the entire company.
The Geneva Motor Show will be canceled in March next year
One of the world's leading motor shows, the organization that hosts the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland, announced that the show scheduled for March next year will be canceled as events are suspended and postponed due to the influence of the new coronavirus .. This is because next year's spring, we cannot expect car manufacturers to exhibit, and it seems difficult to hold an event where many people gather.
90% of Japanese companies in Thailand have negative sales impact on new corona
According to a survey conducted by the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan, 90% of Japanese companies operating in Thailand have a negative impact on their business performance due to the spread of new coronavirus infection.
Parts manufacturer Sanden HD asks financial institutions for help rebuilding management
Sanden Holdings, an auto parts manufacturer headquartered in Gunma Prefecture, has entered into a difficult business situation due to a drop in sales due to the impact of the new coronavirus. I decided to ask my financial institution for help.
New Corona Bankruptcy The largest number of restaurants in 300 companies nationwide
A private research company found that by the 30th, the number of companies that had gone bankrupt under the influence of the new coronavirus reached 300 nationwide. At about the same level as last month, the situation remains challenging.
Yahoo and LINE integration Expected to be delayed due to corona impact
The business integration between Yahoo and LINE, which was scheduled for October, is expected to be delayed. This is because the procedures under the competition law have not been completed in some countries due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection.
Osaka's travel agency goes bankrupt, the largest in the new Corona-related bankruptcy
The travel agency "White Bear Family" in Osaka has fallen into business due to a significant decrease in sales due to the new coronavirus, and applied for a civil rehabilitation law to the court on the 30th. The total debt, including the holding company, is more than 35 billion yen, which is the largest amount of bankruptcy related to the new coronavirus.
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation temporarily suspends production in July Demand falls due to new Corona
Demand for cars has continued to fall due to the spread of the new coronavirus, so Mitsubishi Motors has decided to suspend production at plants in Aichi and Gifu prefectures next month.
Respond to cyber attacks Establish a council in collaboration with companies and economic groups
Following the unfolding of large-scale cyber attacks against major domestic electronics manufacturers, a council was established to tackle cyber security measures in collaboration with companies and economic groups, and We plan to provide information sharing and support for small and medium-sized enterprises that are lagging behind.
Potatoes, carrots, twice as high as in normal times Impact of bad weather
The prices of potatoes and carrots are about twice as high as in normal times due to the bad weather in the production area. Of these, potatoes are expected to remain high for at least the next month.
Japan Non-life Insurance Association To review the upper limit of the contract period for fire insurance
Shinichi Hirose, chairman of the Japan General Insurance Association, has been using fires for up to 10 years in order to make it easier to reflect the situation of disasters in insurance premiums as the balance of fire insurance to compensate for damages continues to deteriorate due to large-scale natural disasters. He has revealed his idea to consider shortening the upper limit of insurance policy period.
Plastic waste recycling technology development 12 new companies jointly established
12 companies including Suntory Holdings Co., Ltd., a major beverage manufacturer, and Toyobo Co., Ltd., a major chemical fiber manufacturer, have jointly established a new company that promotes technological development for recycling plastic waste, establishing efficient technology with less environmental impact. I have decided to aim.
Japan Post Group Disposes of Over 2,400 New Persons for Japan Post Life Issues
Due to the inappropriate sales of Japan Post Insurance, the Japan Post Group has announced that it has taken new measures such as suspending business for over 2400 employees who have sold in violation of laws and internal rules. ..
The number of guests in May decreased by 84.8%, the largest decrease ever for the third consecutive month
In May, the total number of guests using domestic hotels and inns was 7.18 million, a decrease of 84.8% compared to the same month last year. As for the amount of decrease, it has reached a record high for the third consecutive month, highlighting the serious impact of the spread of the new coronavirus infection on tourism.
Mr. Masuda, President of Japan Post, apologizes for the problem of applying for sustainable benefit for employees
About 120 employees of Japan Post and Japan Post Insurance applied for sustained benefits against new coronavirus measures against the purpose, all of the parent company Hiroya Masuda of Japan Post has a procedure such as withdrawal of application Clarified that it is proceeding.
"CEATEC" held online Real-time business negotiation system introduced
The "CEATEC" exhibition, which is one of the largest electronic devices in Asia and will be held online as a countermeasure against the new coronavirus, aims to be an online exhibition only by introducing a system that allows visitors and exhibitors to talk in real time. I am.
Japan Post Group Disposes of Over 2,400 New Persons for Japan Post Life Issues
Due to the improper sales of Japan Post Insurance, the Japan Post Group has made a new disposition for 2448 employees who have sold in violation of laws and company rules.
Stock price rose significantly
On the 29th, the Tokyo stock market dropped sharply, and on the 30th, buybacks spread immediately after the start of trading, and the Nikkei 225 stock price rose significantly.
Skymark The final loss was 1.2 billion yen
Skymark, an airline company, suffered a large decrease in passengers due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, so this year's financial results for the year ended in a loss of 1.2 billion yen, making it the first deficit in four years. I fell down.
"Go To Campaign" Five applications to tourism contractors
The Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism has received five applications for the "Go To Campaign," which the government is implementing to stimulate tourism demand that has been severely affected by the new coronavirus. He made it clear that he should rigorously examine whether the expenses are appropriate.
Apparel giant Sanyo Shokai 4.2 billion yen in the red
Sanyo Shokai, a major apparel company, closed its financial results for three months from March to May, which caused a temporary loss of stores due to the spread of new coronavirus infections, resulting in a loss of 4.2 billion yen. became.
3 major convenience stores from tomorrow to paying shopping bags
Starting next month, retail stores nationwide will be required to charge for plastic bags, but three major convenience stores will stop distributing plastic bags free of charge, and charge 3 yen per piece except for some.
One year tomorrow from the resumption of commercial whaling Consumption of the younger generation is an issue Agriculture Minister Eto
It has been one year since July 1st since Japan withdrew from the IWC = International Whaling Commission and resumed commercial whaling in 31 years. The Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Eto said that while fresh whale meat that was not frozen was well received by consumers, it was recognized that consumption by the unfamiliar younger generation was an issue.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Akabane “No change in linear opening time at this time”
Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Mr. Akabane announced that Governor Kawakatsu of the Shizuoka prefecture and President of JR Tokai President Kaneko of the Linear Chuo Shinkansen had talked with each other last week, and that the JR side would not be allowed to make preparations to rush. At a press conference on the 30th, there was no report from JR that the opening time would be delayed, and it was confirmed that there is no change in the opening schedule for 2027 at this time.
NTT and Mitsubishi Corporation to cooperate in renewable energy power generation business
NTT and Mitsubishi Corporation have established a policy of cooperating in this field by jointly participating in the power generation business of renewable energy such as solar power and wind power.
Unusual intermediate inspection of "sustainable benefit" contractor started Kajiyama Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry
With regard to "sustainable benefits," which has been pointed out to be uncertain about the business, the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry, Kajiyama, is unusual to examine with external experts whether the expenditure of the corporation that is the consignee of the business is appropriate. It was revealed that the mid-term inspection of No. 1 was started on the 29th.
Point rewards end Cashless fixation is a challenge to reduce the burden on the store
The cashless payment point reward system will end in 30 days. Although there were some effects in the spread of cashless, how to reduce the burden on the store side has become a challenge for the establishment.
Supporting producers by selling specialty products in convenience stores
Lawson, a major convenience store, began handling specialty products nationwide at stores in the Tokyo metropolitan area in an attempt to support the sale of specialty products in regions where sales decline due to the new coronavirus. We will sell Shikoku products from next month.
Mobile charges Japan is “still expensive” more than three times as much as London Survey by Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications
Although the price of mobile phones in Japan is being reduced, a survey by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications has concluded that it is still at a high level compared to major overseas cities.
Tokyo stock market stock price rose significantly
On the 29th, the Tokyo stock market dropped sharply, and on the 30th, buybacks spread immediately after the start of trading, and the Nikkei 225 stock price has risen significantly.
Summer Bonuses for National Officials Increased for the 8th consecutive year
National officials were given a summer bonus on the 30th, and the average amount paid, excluding managers, was about 680,100 yen, an increase of about 1,000 yen from last year, for the eighth consecutive year.
May industrial production index fell 8.4% for 4 consecutive months New Corona
The industrial production index for the last month and May, which shows the production activity of companies, dropped sharply for the fourth consecutive month due to the influence of the new coronavirus, and is the lowest level since April 2013, which is comparable to the current standard, after April. Has been updated.
Movement of airlines in the Middle East to reopen
The EU=European Union is planning to gradually lift restrictions on travel from outside the region, which had been taken due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, from 1st of next month. With this in mind, Middle East airlines that operate routes through Europe and Asia are accelerating their resumption.
NY stock price rise significantly Boeing stock price rise
The New York Stock Market Dow Average stock price rose sharply on the 29th day of the week. In addition to the recoil that fell last week, Boeing, a major aircraft giant, rose sharply, pulling the entire share price.
Japan's export control to Korea WTO outlook for establishment of WTO subcommittee next month
The WTO established a subcommittee on the 29th in response to the Korean government's appeal against the WTO = World Trade Organization in response to the measures taken by the Japanese government to tighten export control of semiconductor raw materials for South Korea. We discussed whether to do it. Japan did not agree with this, and the installation was postponed on this day, but it is expected that a trial will be made if Korea asks again at the next meeting.
Financial Products Risks and Fees FSA encourages information disclosure in a common format
In order to enable people who purchase financial products such as investment trusts and insurance to understand at a glance how much the risk of price reductions and fees will be charged, the Financial Services Agency will prepare instructions for financial institutions in a common format and information. Will be urged to publish.