Japan June Current Account Swings To Deficit

August 9, 2014

go Read More What happened to Japan's yen-driven export boom? In May, the current account balance stood at a surplus of 522.8 billion yen.

Japan Q1 GDP revised up

Ben Williams, investment director at GAM, highlights that capital expenditures was one of the big drivers for the Japanese GDP upgrade.

news "The yen has been weak for the past 18 months, that's very good. It's now fairly stable and the current level is quite nice for exporters. But we also saw a slowdown in many Japan's markets, for instance shipbuilding LNG tankers which has come down.
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