[Video also] President Biden's speech calls for calm after a series of bank failures
In response to the bankruptcy of America's "Silicon Valley Bank" and "Signature Bank", President Biden gave a speech from around 10:00 pm on the 13th Japan time. ●Video of the entire speech (4 minutes 31 seconds). ●The translation displayed in the video is by AI. Due to the system under development, some translations may be incomplete. (Videos cannot be viewed in data broadcasting.)
Background and impact of successive bank failures in the United States [Details in Q&A]
We asked Mr. Toshiyuki Suzuki, a former MUFG Bank economist who is familiar with American monetary policy, about the collapse of the US Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank.
'Silicon Valley Bank' British entity acquired by 'HSBC', deposits protected
On the 13th, the British government announced that the British corporation of the bankrupt American "Silicon Valley Bank" will be acquired by "HSBC", a major financial institution, and customer deposits will be protected.
"Gold" price rises to 9000 yen per gram
The price of gold, which is considered a safe-haven asset, is rising after a series of bankruptcies in the United States, and the retail price of gold handled by major Japanese precious metal companies is the highest ever It has risen to 9000 yen per gram.
NHK public opinion poll for each party's approval rating
support for each party.
Prime Minister Kishida ``Broadcasting law will not withdraw the current government view'' Upper House Budget Committee
In the Diet, intensive deliberations were held at the Budget Committee of the House of Councilors. Regarding the administrative document concerning the interpretation of "political fairness" stipulated by the Broadcasting Act, the opposition parties questioned whether the interpretation had been changed by the then aide to the Prime Minister, but Prime Minister Kishida did not change the interpretation. , emphasized that the current government view will not be withdrawn.
Kishida Cabinet "Support" 41% "Disagree" 40% Support exceeds for the first time in 7 months
According to an NHK public opinion poll, 41% of people answered that they "support" the Kishida Cabinet, an increase of 5 points from last month's survey, while those who answered that they "do not support" dropped 1 point to 40. %, support exceeded disapproval for the first time in seven months.
``Recruitment'' South Korean government's solution Some of the plaintiffs submitted a letter of refusal to the foundation
Some of the plaintiffs have informed the foundation of their intention to reject a solution in which a Korean government-affiliated foundation pays on behalf of a Japanese company in the issue of "recruitment" during the Pacific War. On the other hand, there are bereaved families who are willing to accept them, and the Korean government wants to continue to explain them carefully.
Detailed points for each scene
From the 13th, it will be up to the individual to decide whether to wear a mask indoors or outdoors. There is no uniform standard, and it will be the basis from now on that whether or not to wear a mask is an individual decision. But when should we decide when to wear a mask and when to remove it? In some cases, the government and experts, such as medical institutions, will continue to recommend wearing them. One of the experts calls out, "Think about wearing a mask out of consideration for those around you." We have put together in Q & A format about the points of wearing judgment.
Former House of Councilors Speaker Ogi Chikage dies at 89
Chikage Ogi, who served as the first female chairman of the House of Councilors and served as Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, died of cancer at a hospital in Tokyo on the 9th of this month. she was 89 years old.
Matsumoto Airport Small jet puncture caused by forgetting to release the brake
On the 12th, it was found that the puncture of a small jet that led to the closure of the runway at Matsumoto Airport in Nagano Prefecture was caused by the pilot forgetting to release the parking brake and trying to take off.
WBC USA loses to Mexico in first round Group C
The United States, aiming to win the second consecutive tournament in Group C of the first round of the WBC of baseball = World Baseball Classic, lost to Mexico 11 to 5.
President Biden hastily delivered a speech and announced two banks' bankruptcies
In response to the bankruptcy of America's "Silicon Valley Bank" and "Signature Bank", the White House said that President Biden will give a speech at 8:00 am local time on the 13th, after 9:00 pm Japan time on the 13th. Announced.
Nobel Prize winner Kenzaburo Oe dies at 88
Kenzaburo Oe, a novelist representing modern Japan and the second Japanese to win the Nobel Prize in Literature, died of old age on the 3rd of this month. he was 88 years old.
Iwao Hakamada, sentenced to death, has been retrialed 57 years ago Tokyo High Court
Iwao Hakamada, who was sentenced to death despite claiming innocence in the so-called "Hakamada Incident," in which a family of four was murdered in Shizuoka Prefecture 57 years ago, the Tokyo High Court has decided to allow a retrial. Did.
Osaka Sakai City officials search suspects for fraudulent payment of welfare expenses or ward office
A 33-year-old suspect was arrested in Sakai City, Osaka, on suspicion of murdering a 63-year-old man who was receiving public assistance. On the 13th, the police began a search at the ward office in Sakai City on suspicion of breach of trust.
China National People's Congress closing President Xi emphasizes "promoting the process of Taiwan unification"
The National People's Congress held in China closed on the 13th. President Xi Jinping, who was the first Chinese president to enter his third term as president, delivered a speech, emphasizing that Taiwan would "unwaveringly promote the process of reunifying the motherland," and once again showed his strong desire for unification.
Moritomo Gakuen former director Kagoike and his wife appear at Osaka High Public Prosecutor's Office to be imprisoned
Moritomo Gakuen's former chairman Kagoike and his wife appeared at the Osaka High Public Prosecutors Office on the morning of the 13th after being sentenced to prison for defrauding government subsidies. He is expected to be sent to prison in the future.
Ito-Yokado founder Masatoshi Ito passes away Laying the foundation for Seven & i
Masatoshi Ito, honorary chairman of the major supermarket chain Ito-Yokado, who laid the foundation for Seven & i Holdings, which owns general supermarkets and convenience stores, passed away on March 10. he was 98 years old.
Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications executive "High possibility of explanation" Mr. Takaichi "Document is inaccurate"
Regarding the administrative document on the interpretation of "political fairness" stipulated by the Broadcasting Act, a senior official of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications said at the House of Councilors Budget Committee meeting on the 13th that the explanation to then Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Takaichi may have actually been made. indicated that it was high. On the other hand, Minister Takaichi rebutted, saying, "The content of the document is inaccurate."
President Zelensky 'killed more than 1,100 people' confident in defense of Bakhmut
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has shown confidence in Bakhmut's defense, claiming that more than 1,100 Russian soldiers were killed in less than a week.
Yen exchange rate 1 dollar = 134 yen level After bankruptcy of U.S. bank Depositor protection policy announcement
In the foreign exchange market, the yen exchange rate rose to the 133 yen level to the dollar in the early morning of Japan time in response to the bankruptcy of an American bank, but the US financial authorities announced a policy to protect depositors. After that, the dollar was bought back and traded at 1 dollar = 134 yen level.
Nikkei average stock price temporarily dropped by more than 400 yen due to bankruptcy of US bank
At the beginning of the week on the Tokyo stock market on the 13th, selling orders spread to banks and IT-related stocks in response to the bankruptcy of a bank in the western United States, and the Nikkei Stock Average dropped by more than 400 yen at one point.
Business sentiment of large companies turns negative for the first time in three quarters Business judgment worsens in the manufacturing industry
According to the "Corporate Business Outlook Survey" released by the Ministry of Finance and others on the 13th, the index that indicates the business sentiment of large companies from January to March this year was minus 3.0 points, the first negative in three quarters. rice field. By industry, the manufacturing sector's economic outlook deteriorated to minus 10.5 points, while the non-manufacturing sector saw a gain of 0.6 points.
Silicon Valley Bank Collapse US Treasury Department "Protects All Depositors"
Regarding the bankrupt US "Silicon Valley Bank", the US Treasury Department and others issued a statement on the 12th saying that they "approved measures to complete the bankruptcy of Silicon Valley Bank in a way that protects all depositors." Did.
BBC immigration critic Lineker barred from appearing 'violating guidelines'
Former England representative Gary Lineker, who has been hosting a soccer program for many years at the British public broadcaster BBC, has been suspended from appearing on the program after criticizing the British government's immigration policy on SNS. The BBC has said that it "violated the fairness guidelines", but the ripples are spreading, such as the players and commentators who have rebelled and boycotted the appearance.
North Korea ``Launched two strategic cruise missiles from a submarine yesterday in the Sea of Japan''
North Korea's Korean Workers' Party organ newspaper "Rodong Shinbun" dated 13th reported that a training exercise to launch two strategic cruise missiles from a submarine in the Sea of Japan was held on the 12th, along with a photo.
Nankai Trough Great Earthquake Half of buildings in Umeda, Osaka do not assume tsunami evacuees
It is assumed that the Nankai Trough Megaquake will cause a tsunami to hit Umeda, Osaka. Many people from the Umeda underground mall may evacuate to buildings, but when NHK investigated about 50 buildings connected to the underground mall, half of them were not expected to accept evacuees. I was.
Hibiya Park "Yone" to be rebuilt Roof installed up to the front of the audience
Japan's first outdoor music hall "Yone" in Hibiya Park, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo, will be rebuilt due to aging of the facility.
WBC Japan National Team Manager Kuriyama “Chemical change in the team” [Reporter commentary]
``There is a chemical change in the team.'' Manager Hideki Kuriyama said at a press conference immediately after passing Group B of the WBC = World Baseball Classic in baseball with 1st place in all 4 games and deciding to advance to the quarterfinals. I replied: What does it mean when you aim to become the world's number one for the first time in three tournaments? (Ryudai Kanazawa, Reporter, Sports News Department)
Tokyo High Court decides whether to allow retrial of Hakamada case
Iwao Hakamada, who was sentenced to death in the so-called "Hakamada Incident" that occurred 57 years ago, will decide on the 13th whether to approve the retrial and redo the trial. Attention will be paid to what kind of judgment will be shown about the case in which guilt or innocence has been contested for more than half a century since its occurrence.