Japan Display Capital reduced to 100 million yen to rebuild finances
Japan Display, a liquid crystal panel maker that has been in the final deficit for seven consecutive years and is undergoing management restructuring, has announced that it will reduce its capital of more than 200 billion yen to 100 million yen. The aim is to make up for the accumulated deficit and rebuild the finances by reducing the capital.
China Last year's EV and other "new energy vehicles" sold more than 3 million units for the first time
In China, the world's largest automobile market, the number of vehicles called "new energy vehicles" such as EV = electric vehicles increased more than 2.5 times the previous year and exceeded 3 million units for the first time in the last year. ..
Yen exchange rate Small price movements US monetary tightening softened Yen selling movements
On the 12th, the Tokyo foreign exchange market and the yen exchange rate were modest.
Re-voting for the formation of the US Amazon labor union
At Amazon, the IT giant in the United States, distribution center employees will once again vote on the pros and cons of forming a union. The result of the re-voting is drawing attention because last year's vote, which was the majority of the opposition, admitted that there was unjustified interference by the company.
Street corner economy in December improved for 4 consecutive months Is the calmness of infection affected? Cabinet Office
According to the Economy Watchers Survey of the Cabinet Office, which asks workers how the economy is feeling, the index showing the current state of the economy last month was 56.4, up 0.1 points from the previous month, improving for the fourth consecutive month.
Stock price closing price rises over 500 yen "Rice tightening does not overcool"
In the Tokyo stock market on the 12th, the movement to buy back stocks that had been declining recently spread, and the Nikkei Stock Average rose by more than 500 yen.
New Chairman of Japan Association of Travel Agents “Thorough Compliance Throughout the Industry”
Hiroyuki Takahashi, who was newly appointed as the chairman of the Japan Association of Travel Agents, was appointed as the new chairman of the company in response to the problem that it became clear that he was suspected of illegally receiving the employment adjustment subsidy at the company where the former chairman of the Japan Association of Travel Agents was the representative director. At the meeting, he expressed his intention to work on thorough compliance = legal compliance throughout the industry.
Stock price rises by 500 yen or more and falls
In the Tokyo stock market on the 12th, the movement to buy back stocks that had been declining recently has spread, and the Nikkei Stock Average has risen by more than 500 yen.
Bank of Japan Governor Kuroda “The rate of increase in prices will gradually increase”
At the branch managers' meeting held on the 12th, the Bank of Japan's Governor Kuroda said that the outlook for prices will gradually increase due to not only the rise in energy prices but also the recovery of demand due to the resumption of economic activities. Shown.
November's current account surplus of 897.3 billion yen Higher crude oil prices fell below the previous year's level for 4 consecutive months
The current balance of payments in November last year, which shows how much Japan earned through trade and investment with foreign countries, was in the black at 897.3 billion yen. The surplus has fallen below the same month of the previous year for four consecutive months, as the import value increased due to the rise in crude oil prices and the "trade balance", which is the deduction of imports from exports, became a deficit.
Stock price temporarily increased by 400 yen or more
On the 12th, the Nikkei Stock Average on the Tokyo Stock Market rose by more than 400 yen at one point. U.S. Fed Chair Powell's remarks at the hearing have weakened some of the fear of a faster pace of monetary tightening and weakened risk-avoidance movements, resulting in a drop in prices lately. Buy orders are expanding, centering on the stocks that were being traded.
US Fed chairman's remarks are expected NY Dow buy orders increase and price rises
The New York stock market on the 11th is wary of the rapid pace of monetary tightening as the Fed's remarks at the hearing of Fed Chairman Powell, the central bank of the United States, are taken as expected. The feeling has eased somewhat and the Dow Jones Industrial Average has risen.
US Fed's policy of tightening monetary policy to curb inflation "no need for aggressive easing"
"We no longer need aggressive monetary easing," said Powell, chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, the central bank of the United States, and said he would tighten monetary policy to curb inflation. In the financial markets, there is speculation that the first rate hike will take place as early as March, raising interest in how the Fed's policies go.
High school students make "flying car" First experiment to see if it floats in the air Okayama
For the first time, a high school student in Asakuchi City, Okayama Prefecture, made a "flying car" that is expected to be put into practical use as a new means of transportation, and conducted an experiment to see if it floats in the air.