The yen rose against the dollar on Thursday after sources close to the White House
RBNZ kept interest rates unchanged at 1.75%. The main points of interest statement were as follows:
The Bank of Japan noted that personal consumption rose at a moderate pace in the coming period.
European shares fell slightly on Tuesday, a day after hitting their highest level since 2018
The Bank of Japan kept its current monetary policy unchanged as expected by a 7-2 vote at its October 31 meeting.
The US Federal Reserve Governor noted that the risks to economic outlook are becoming more positive
SNB member says that the global economic situation is not good
UK consumers showed more signs of caution as borrowing grew at the slowest pace
Japanese Economy Minister Nishimara said the government will face many challenges
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