United States July consumer price index rose 3.2% year-on-year
The US consumer price index for July was released and rose 3.2% compared to the same month last year. The downward trend of the previous month turned upward. In the market, attention will be focused on whether expectations for additional interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve Board, the central bank, will increase.
Big motor "sales down more than 60% from the average year" Asking banks to continue trading
Big Motor, a used car sales company that was exposed to fraudulent insurance claims, held discussions with several banks on the 10th and reported that the number of used cars sold from the second half of last month has decreased by more than 60% from the usual year. I see above that you requested to continue the transaction.
Advance tickets for the Osaka/Kansai Expo to go on sale on November 30
Advance tickets will be released on November 30th, 500 days before the opening of the Osaka/Kansai Expo 2020.
Nadeshiko, Saki Kumagai
Nadeshiko Japan, the Japanese national team that advanced to the top eight in the women's soccer World Cup. The captain, Saki Kumagai, is the only player among the 23 members who knows the world number one in 2011. As the tournament entered its climax, Kumagai gave an interview to NHK, where she spoke of her strong resolve because she knew the 'glory' and 'failure' of women's soccer in Japan.
Lotte Sawamura for ``reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome'' that causes severe headaches
Professional baseball Lotte has announced that relief pitcher Takuichi Sawamura has been diagnosed with ``reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome,'' which causes spasms of blood vessels in the brain and severe headaches.
Hawaii wildfires spread 36 dead on Maui, more than 2,100 evacuated
Wildfires on multiple islands in Hawaii have spread rapidly due to strong winds caused by hurricanes, and damage has spread to tourist spots known for their historic townscapes on Maui, killing 36 people so far. Over 2,100 people have been displaced.
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Typhoon No. 7 is likely to approach eastern and western Japan with strong force. With the dangerous heat continuing this summer, power outages due to typhoons are a concern. What should I do when there is a power outage? Is there anything I can do to prepare now? Based on what we have learned so far, here are some key points to keep in mind.
Shohei Otani [One question, one answer] Double-digit victory Double-digit HR "I'm not satisfied with my condition"
Shohei Ohtani of the Angels became the first player in major league history to achieve double-digit wins and double-digit home runs for the second year in a row. On the other hand, he was dissatisfied with the content of his pitching, saying, "I wasn't satisfied with my condition from start to finish" after the game, when he showed angry expressions on the mound in the 6th inning. After the match, Ohtani responded to interviews with Japanese and American media.
Burden of Super “Okay” Markdowns Let Suppliers Cover
Are small and medium-sized businesses being forced to cut prices unreasonably amid soaring costs such as raw material prices? On the 10th, the Japan Fair Trade Commission, which has strengthened its surveillance of business-to-business transactions, announced that supermarkets in the Tokyo metropolitan area, which had advertised that they would cut prices if there were products that were more expensive than other stores, were responsible for lowering the prices of some products. It was announced that the supplier had compensated for the
Prime Minister intends to introduce a new subsidy system in October to eliminate the ``annual income wall''
In order to eliminate the so-called "annual income wall", Prime Minister Kishida announced in October this year to support companies that work to prevent their take-home pay from decreasing even if their annual income exceeds 1.06 million yen, which is one of the "walls." also announced its intention to introduce a new subsidy system.
``It is illegal to fail due to age reasons'' Tokyo District Court orders Juntendo University to pay compensation
In a lawsuit filed against Juntendo University by a former student who had failed the medical school entrance examination because of his age and years of experience as a ronin, the Tokyo District Court ruled, ``It is illegal beyond the discretion of the university to make a decision based on age.'' He pointed out that he was ordered to pay more than 1.8 million yen in compensation, etc.
60% prevention manual for after-school children's clubs in pool activities Shiga
Last month, an elementary school student who was participating in an after-school club activity drowned in a swimming pool in Nagahama, Shiga Prefecture. We found that we had not formulated a prescribed accident prevention manual. The prefecture decided to work on the formulation of a manual, saying it was inappropriate.
Typhoon No. 7 Tokaido Shinkansen Possibility of planned suspension for a certain period from 13 to 16
Due to the approach of Typhoon No. 7, JR Tokai may be forced to suspend operations on the Tokaido Shinkansen for a certain period of time from the 13th to the 16th of this month, including the Obon period, depending on its course and intensity. announced that there is We are asking you to pay attention to the driving situation in the future and consider changing your travel schedule.
Rakuten final deficit of 139.9 billion yen Interim financial results until June
The Rakuten Group announced its financial results for the six months from January to June, and the final profit and loss was a deficit of 139.9 billion yen. The main reason is that the mobile phone business continues to be in the red due to the burden of developing base stations, etc., and this is the fourth consecutive year of final deficit for the interim financial results for this period. Rakuten has been in the red for four years until last year, even in the full year financial results, and the issue is how to improve the performance of the mobile phone business.
Shohei Ohtani achieves double-digit wins and double-digit home runs for the first time in major league history for the second consecutive year
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani scored his 10th victory of the season against the Giants on the 9th, achieving ``double-digit wins and double-digit home runs'' for the second consecutive year, including 40 home runs. It is the first achievement in major league history to achieve two years in a row. In the second half of the article, we will look back on Ohtani's progress in throwing and batting, becoming the "best two-way player in history" in terms of records.
Prime Minister Kishida considers cabinet reshuffle and party executive appointments in mid-September
Prime Minister Kishida is considering reshuffling the cabinet and personnel appointments to the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) as early as mid-September. With the Cabinet's approval rating on a downward trend, it seems that the aim is to rebuild the situation and lead to the administration's buoyancy.
Sea of Japan side Dangerous heat exceeding 38 degrees from the morning Severe caution against heat stroke
Due to the influence of Typhoon No. 6, warm air is flowing in from the south, and the temperature on the Sea of Japan side has become dangerously hot, exceeding 38 degrees from the morning. Please stay vigilant against heatstroke by avoiding going out unnecessarily and by properly adjusting the room temperature even indoors.
Rakuten to reorganize group in core business Is it an aim to strengthen finances?
It has become clear that the Rakuten Group will reorganize the group in order to integrally operate its core credit card business and smartphone payment business. It seems that the company is considering listing the shares of its card subsidiary in the future, and is aiming to strengthen its finances as the mobile phone business puts pressure on management.
High school baseball Hamamatsu Kaiseikan wins Tokai University Kumamoto Seisho, Koshien's first victory
In the first game on the fifth day of the summer national high school baseball tournament, Shizuoka's Hamamatsu Kaiseikan High School, which is making its first Koshien appearance throughout the spring and summer, beat Tokai University Kumamoto Seisho High School 5-2, and won the first Koshien. I was.
China to regulate investment in China in the US semiconductor and AI fields?
The Biden administration in the United States has announced a policy to introduce a new system to regulate investment in China over semiconductors and AI = artificial intelligence. The Chinese side is expected to react, and there is a possibility that it will become a source of conflict between the United States and China.
Sanyo Shinkansen Hiroshima - Kokura resumed operation All lines operated as usual
From JR West Japan, the Sanyo Shinkansen resumed operation from 7:45 am between Hiroshima Station and Kokura Station, which had been suspended. All lines are currently operating as normal.
Russian defense minister plans to strengthen military units on western border Strengthen checks on Europe and the United States
Russia's Defense Minister Shoigu said that Poland, a member of the NATO = North Atlantic Treaty Organization, will strengthen its military forces on the western border of Russia in response to the move to strengthen its forces near the border of neighboring Belarus. , is strengthening its restraint on Europe and the United States.
Corporate Goods Price Index in July increased by 3.6% year-on-year, slowing down from the previous month
Last month's corporate goods price index, which shows the price of goods traded between companies, rose 3.6% from the same month of the previous year to 119.3 with the 2020 average of 100. Although the index remains at a high level, the rate of increase has slowed compared to June due to the drop in city gas prices.
Tokyo Agricultural University boxing member arrested Suspected possession of cannabis Arrested third person
A 21-year-old member of the Tokyo University of Agriculture boxing club was arrested by the Metropolitan Police Department for possessing cannabis for the purpose of selling it, according to an interview with investigators. Regarding the boxing club of Tokyo University of Agriculture, two other members were also arrested for possessing cannabis, and the Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the acquisition route, etc. on the suspicion that cannabis was spreading within the department.
``Annual income wall'' corporate support measures Government policy to introduce in October
The so-called "annual income wall," in which a person's annual income exceeds a certain level, the burden of social insurance premiums is incurred, and the take-home pay is reduced. We plan to introduce the measures in October this year, and we will discuss them at a council in which both labor and management will participate.
Typhoon No. 6 [Impact] Air flights Expected to be canceled one after another on flights departing from and arriving at airports in Kyushu
The impact of Typhoon No. 6 is spreading all over the country. We will summarize the damage and impact on traffic in each area and update it as needed.
Typhoon No. 7 is expected to approach the Ogasawara Islands on the 12th.
Typhoon No. 7 is expected to move north with the storm area and approach the Ogasawara Islands on the 12th, so vigilance against storms and high waves is required. There is still a wide range in the expected course, but there is a possibility that it will approach eastern and western Japan with strong force next week, and there is a possibility of heavy rain and thunderstorms mainly in eastern Japan, so please pay attention to the latest information. .
Typhoon No. 6 Forms a linear rain belt in various places High danger continues (6:00 on the 10th)
Due to Typhoon No. 6, Oita and Miyazaki prefectures, as well as Ehime and Kochi prefectures, have developed cumulonimbus clouds one after another, creating "linear precipitation belts", and the risk of disasters continues to be extremely high. Masu. Even after the typhoon has passed, please continue to be vigilant against landslides, flooding of low-lying land, and flooding of rivers.
Dangerous heat Expected to continue mainly on the Sea of Japan side Strict vigilance against heat stroke
Due to the influence of Typhoon No. 6, warm air is flowing in from the south, and dangerous heat such as 39 degrees Celsius is expected to continue mainly on the Sea of Japan side. Please continue to be vigilant against heat stroke.