Author: Hayakawa Hideo
Categories: In-Depth with Nippon.com
Prime Minister Abe’s announcement of three new arrows to guide stage two of Abenomics took the nation by surprise. It signals a recognition that the first three arrows are not working, writes former BOJ Executive Director Hayakawa Hideo, and forebodes a major shift in monetary policy.
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Author: Barron's Asia
The Bank of Japan’s newly announced strategy to spend 300 billion yen per year buying EFTs that track companies that invest in “physical and human capital” may be an attempt to rescue Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s economic policy known as Abenomics, Sasakawa USA’s Tobias Harris says in a Barron’s Asia article by Shuli Ren.