Ognuno lascia la sua impronta nel luogo che sente appartenergli di più
— Haruki Murakami
 Giappone

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  • Dollar weaker around ¥113.30 in late Tokyo

    The dollar shed some of its early losses but remained weaker at levels around ¥113.30 in Tokyo trading late Tuesday, after U.S. Treasury Secretary nominee Steven Mnuchin expressed concerns that a strong dollar may have negative effects on the U.S. economy. At 5 p.m., the dollar stood at ¥113.36-36, down ...

  • Tokyo stocks weaker on worries about U.S. protectionism

    Stocks moved on a weak note on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Tuesday, weighed down by investor worries about the new U.S. government’s protectionist measures. The 225-issue Nikkei average shed 103.04 points, or 0.55 percent, to close at 18,787.99. On Monday, the key market gauge dived 246.88 points. The Topix index ...

  • Tsutaya rental chain opens first ‘book cafe’ in Taiwan

    Tsutaya Co., a major Japanese movie and music rental and bookshop chain, will open its first “book cafe” in Taiwan on Tuesday, company officials said Monday. The Tsutaya Bookstore in Xinyi, Taipei’s newest trend-setting commercial district, aims to offer a new “lifestyle” for people to enjoy books while sipping coffee, ...

  • "Trumpnomics" to Deal Heaviest Blow to Korea, China, and Japan

    With Donald Trump being inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States, his economic policy now popularly called "Trumpnomics" is set to take off in full swing.   When Trump was inaugurated, he emphasized the importance of making trade agreements more favorable for American people and making America great again ...

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