This page is the news announced by NHK, a representative TV station in Japan.
Money spent on long holidays: More than 39,000 yen per person, an increase of about 10,000 yen from last year
A survey was concluded that the amount of money spent on leisure during this year's long holidays is about 39,000 yen per person, an increase of about 10,000 yen from last year.
Tiffany New York head office remodeled for the first time in 83 years and bustling with many customers
The main store of Tiffany & Co., a jewelry brand in New York, USA, reopened on the 28th after being renovated for the first time in 83 years, and was crowded with many customers as soon as it opened.
U.S. regional banks with huge outflow of deposits stock prices plummet again due to news of public management preparations
Some Western media have reported that financial authorities are preparing to place the First Republic Bank, a regional bank in the United States, where a huge amount of deposits have flowed out, under control. Stock prices plummeted again, raising concerns about management.
1 euro at 150 yen level for the first time in about 14 and a half years due to the BOJ's large-scale easing measures
In the New York foreign exchange market on the 28th, the yen weakened against the euro in response to the Bank of Japan's decision to maintain the current large-scale monetary easing measures, and the yen exchange rate fell to 1 euro = 150 for the first time in about 14 and a half years. The price has dropped to the yen level.
US Silicon Valley Bank Collapse ``Fed Doesn't Recognize Vulnerability'' Report
In response to the failure of the Silicon Valley Bank in the United States, the FRB = Federal Reserve Board has published a report verifying the background of the failure and the response of the financial authorities. It is said that the Fed did not recognize the vulnerabilities of banks and that it is necessary to strengthen supervision and regulation.
Bank of Japan Governor Ueda “Continues tenacious monetary easing and ascertains the balance”
28, Bank of Japan Governor Ueda attended his first monetary policy meeting since taking office on the 28th, and showed his intention to tenaciously continue monetary easing in order to realize stable price increases accompanied by wage increases. On the other hand, we have no choice but to admit that the prolonged monetary easing has had side effects.
The price index increase rate of personal consumption expenditure in March is the lowest level in 1 year and 10 months
The price index of PCE and personal consumption expenditure in the US in March was the lowest level in 1 year and 10 months.