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Yen exchange rate rises slightly from the view that the pace of interest rate hikes in Europe and the United States will ease
In the Tokyo foreign exchange market on the 25th, the yen exchange rate rose slightly due to the view that the pace of interest rate hikes continued by the European and American central banks will ease in the future.
Interview with 25 Experts [Economic Column]
The movement of rising prices of products familiar to our lives is unstoppable. However, the level of wages has not caught up with the rise in prices, and the burden of living is only increasing. On the other hand, Rengo has set a policy of calling for a wage increase of about 5% in next year's spring labor offensive, and Keidanren has shown its willingness to encourage companies to raise wages. Everyone is worried about wage movements, what will happen in the future? This time, we will discuss the future of wages based on interviews with 25 experts in the NHK special "What will happen to Japan due to the depreciation of the yen? I'll look into it. (Economics Department reporter Neil Kato and his NHK special coverage group)
Stock price drops slightly Sell orders dominate to take profits
The Tokyo stock market on the 25th, stock prices fell slightly.
Is Black Friday established in Japan?
25th is "Black Friday". It is said to be the day when the year-end shopping season begins in the United States, but even in Japan, discount campaigns are being held on online shopping sites such as EC sites, and it is attracting attention on SNS.
Tokyo consumer price index rises 3.6% in November, highest level in 40 years and 7 months
This month's consumer price index in Tokyo's 23 wards rose 3.6% from the same month last year, excluding fresh food, which fluctuates greatly depending on the weather. The 3.6% increase is the highest level in 40 years and 7 months since April 1982.
Consumer price index rose 3.6% in November, the highest level in 40 years and 7 months
The consumer price index in Tokyo's 23 wards this month (November) rose 3.6% compared to the same month last year, excluding fresh food, which fluctuates greatly depending on the weather. The 3.6% increase is the highest level in 40 years and 7 months since April 1982. Prices continue to rise, mainly due to rising prices of food, electricity, and gas.