If the situation does not change, support for a 75bp rate hike in July = US Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Governor | Reuters

On June 29, Mester, Cleveland District Fed President (pictured), said he would support a 75 basis point (bp) rate hike at the next Federal Open … Read more

Angle: Default Russian Government Bonds, Creditors In Legal “Maze” | Reuters

[London / New York, 27th Reuters]-Russia’s foreign currency-denominated government bonds have been identified as default, and bondholders are facing an unusual situation. The Russian government … Read more

Focus: Left-wing governments in Latin America, Corona and inflation momentum | Reuters

[Mexico City / Bogota / Sao Paulo 22nd Reuters]–Latin America has the birth of the first left-wing president in Colombia, and Brazil is also in … Read more

Rice wholesale prices accelerate to + 0.8% month-on-month in May Contribution to higher gasoline prices | Reuters

The May wholesale price index released by the US Department of Labor rose 0.8% month-on-month, accelerating growth from a 0.4% rise in April. The photo … Read more

I would like to continue discussions on financial income taxation and the ruling party = Prime Minister Kishida | Reuters

On June 13, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida (pictured) stated at the House of Councilors Settlement Committee that he would like to continue discussions on financial … Read more

Focus: US employment remains strong in May, Fed’s 50bp rate hike policy remains unchanged | Reuters

[Washington, 3rd Reuters]–The US non-farm payrolls increased by 390,000 from the previous month in May, and wages were still strong, so interest rates were raised … Read more

50bp rate hike in September if US inflation doesn’t fall = Cleveland Fed President | Reuters

On June 3, Fed Governor Mester said he could slow the pace of tightening from a 50 basis point (bp) rate hike that Federal Reserve … Read more

US Treasury Secretary, Inflation Outlook “Wrong” Control is Top Priority | Reuters

On May 31, US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen acknowledged that she had been wrong in the inflation outlook in the past. The photo was taken … Read more

Angle: Inbound visits to Japan resumed, mixed expectations and anxieties | Reuters

[Tokyo 31st Reuters]–Japan lifts the ban on accepting foreign tourists visiting Japan for the first time in about two years. Fumio Kishida’s administration, which is … Read more

Angle: “No job or place to live” Migrant workers wandering in the Shanghai blockade | Reuters

[Beijing 27th Reuters]–Shanghai entered a strict lockdown (city blockade) as a countermeasure against the new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) two months ago. The French restaurant where … Read more