Oil prices rose on Friday, hovering near a six-week high as US oil producers in the Gulf of Mexico
Bank of Japan Monetary Policy Committee member Amamia said the strongest scenario is that the economy will continue to grow at a moderate pace
Gold prices fell on Thursday as equity markets rallied as investors sought to find a trend in US nonfarm payrolls
The US trade deficit widened in May to a five-month high as imports of goods increased, probably because companies refilled their inventories
Japanese Prime Minister Abe pointed out that there is no need to raise consumption tax for the coming period.
The dollar fell to a one-week low against the yen on Wednesday, weighed down by lower yields on US Treasuries
Activity in the Japanese services sector grew at a slightly faster pace in June compared to the previous month
A member of the Bank of Japan's monetary policy committee said that the China-US trade war had a negative impact on confidence in the Japanese business sector.
Oil prices rose on Tuesday as OPEC agreed to extend production cuts until March, although prices are under pressure on fears
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