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Large-scale trade fairs such as baby products in Shanghai, China Japanese companies also participate
A large-scale trade fair to promote baby products has started in Shanghai, China. In China, where the birthrate is declining, the policy of allowing up to three children has just been announced, and Japanese companies are also promoting their products to expand their sales channels.
Yen exchange rate Small price drop
On the 14th, the yen exchange rate fell slightly against the dollar in the Tokyo foreign exchange market.
Stock price drop
Stock prices fell on the Tokyo stock market on the 14th.
Mizuho Bank Transfer fee to other banks Up to 120 yen reduction
Mizuho Bank announced that it will reduce the fee for transferring money to other bank accounts at ATMs and online banking by up to 120 yen from October. With all the major price cuts, it is expected that the price cuts will spread to regional banks in the future.
Gasoline price rises for 6 consecutive weeks High level for the first time in about 2 years and 8 months
The retail price of regular gasoline this week was 158 yen per liter on a national average due to the upward trend in crude oil prices. The price has risen for 6 consecutive weeks, reaching the highest level in about 2 years and 8 months.
Hitachi, Ltd. Completed acquisition procedure for over 1 trillion yen of emerging IT company in the United States
Hitachi, Ltd. announced that it has completed the acquisition procedure for an emerging IT company in the United States. The purchase price is more than 1 trillion yen, and the aim is to capture the rapidly expanding demand for digitalization in the world and further strengthen the IT-related business, which is positioned as a pillar of earnings.
Atami debris flow A large amount of sediment inflow to the seabed or concerns about prolonged impact on fishermen
The port in the Izusan district of Atami City, Shizuoka Prefecture, is still restricted from entering due to the debris flow reaching the sea. A large amount of sediment appears to be flowing into the seabed, and local fishermen are concerned about the prolonged impact.