Eurozone GDP growth slows Inflation weighs on economic activity
In 19 euro area countries such as Germany and France, the growth rate of GDP = gross regional product from January to last month was + 0.2%, down from the previous period. Inflation, spurred by Russia's invasion of Ukraine, has weighed on economic activity and slowed the pace of recovery.
Eurozone consumer price index rises 7.5% record high growth rate update
This month's consumer price index in 19 eurozone countries, including Germany and France, rose 7.5%, setting a new record high. Inflation is accelerating due to soaring energy prices against the backdrop of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Hitachi Announced that most of Hitachi Transport System shares will be released Digital cooperation will continue
Hitachi, Ltd. announced that it will release most of the shares of "Hitachi Transport System," which holds nearly 40%, while reorganizing the group centered on IT and digital. We will continue to collaborate in the digital field.
Five major US IT companies January-March financial results vary due to increased profits and deficits
Five major US IT companies have been able to complete their financial results for the three months up to last month, and while Apple and Microsoft have increased their profits, Amazon has been in the final deficit for the first time in seven years.
Twitter January-March operating deficit Pay attention to Mr. Elon Musk's skill
Twitter, a major American social media company, was in the red in the three months leading up to last month. The skill of Mr. Elon Musk who decided to acquire Twitter will be questioned in the midst of poor performance.
NY Dow Jones Industrial Average Rise Over $ 600
The New York Stock Exchange on the 28th has seen a repurchase movement centered on the stocks that have been sold recently, triggered by the relief of caution about the future of corporate performance, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average has risen sharply to over $ 600. have become.
NY foreign exchange market price drops to the low 131 yen level per dollar
In the New York foreign exchange market on the 28th, the Bank of Japan clarified its policy to strongly suppress the rise in long-term interest rates, and the movement to sell the yen and buy the dollar became stronger, and the yen exchange rate temporarily reached the low 131 yen level. The price dropped and the yen depreciated for the first time in 20 years, renewing the dollar's high level.
Bank of Japan "Maintaining Large-Scale Monetary Easing Measures" Further Depreciation of the Yen to Steer Difficult
The Bank of Japan has clarified its policy of maintaining large-scale monetary easing measures to support the economy and strongly restraining the rise in long-term interest rates. However, as the yen depreciates further and there are concerns that it will put pressure on households and corporate profits, the BOJ's monetary policy management will continue to be difficult to steer.