Bank of Japan
Top contender for next BOJ chief keeps up guessing game over intentions
Masayoshi Amamiya has played a key role Japan's monetary policy revolution
Options include widening interest rate band, scrapping yield controls or standing pat
Move follows BOJ decision to widen interest band
Singapore dollar, Indian stocks show resilience in 'torrid time'
South Korean won at lowest in 13 years after Fed raises interest rates
Issuance of debt to address local challenges is soaring, but rules needed
Island due to restart bailout talks with IMF this month in hopes of $3bn funds
Firms increasing use of Chinese currency to side-step Ukraine war-related sanctions
RBA lifts its cash rate by 50 basis points to 1.85%
Annual CPI exploded to 6.1% from 5.1% in June, more than 2x wage-growth gains
CPI increase of 7.3% in Q2 sets fastest pace since June quarter of 1990
Asset managers press government for 'meaningful reforms and fiscal adjustments'
Size of nation's first increase in more than a decade surprises analysts
Debt-ridden country's recent history is a chronicle of a default foretold
Traders predict further tests for Japanese currency
Underlying cracks in the country's microeconomy are worrying foreign investors
Demand suggests investors are unfazed by regulatory curbs on e-commerce group
Greenback's credibility challenged by Washington's ballooning deficit
Monetary easing relaxes discipline but indebted businesses feel liquidity crunch
Strong investor interest as 4bn-euro issue attracts bids worth 17bn euros
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