Toshiya Imura holds a large amount of shares in Sumishi Holdings = Report | Reuters

TOKYO (Reuters) – Prominent investor Toshiya Imura submitted a report on the 1st that he held a large amount of Sumishi Holdings shares. The purpose of holding is pure investment, and the holding ratio reached 7.65% by November 24th. Sumiseki Holdings was established in 2008 as a holding company of Sumitomo Coal Mining (now Sumiseki … Read more

Another cryptocurrency tycoon died unexpectedly, Vyacheslav Taran crashed and died, causing speculation|

The global cryptocurrency circle is in turmoil and bad news is frequent. The bankruptcy of FTX not only triggered the domino effect, but also many cryptocurrency companies went bankrupt one after another, and the tycoons in the industry even died one after another by coincidence. Russian billionaire Vyacheslav Taran, co-founder of cryptocurrency trading platforms Libertex … Read more

death of Jiang Zemin, the apparatchik who takes over as the “helmsman”

Former Chinese number one Jiang Zemin died on Wednesday, November 30, in Shanghai, at the age of 96, announced the state agency New China. He was not the best known of the great political leaders of contemporary China, but the changes he accompanied in his country gave a historical dimension to his choices. He was … Read more

Focus: Russia cuts “education and medical expenses” to increase defense and security budget | Reuters

(Reuters) – Russia plans to spend nearly a third of its budget next year on defense and internal security. Budgets allocated to schools, hospitals and roads will be cut in order to fund the maintenance of military operations in Ukraine. Russia will spend nearly a third of its budget next year on defense and internal … Read more

NISA expansion, doubling to 56 trillion yen in 5 years “Both are permanent”, Prime Minister Kishida | Reuters

On November 25th, the government announced the “asset income doubling plan,” which aims to double the total number of accounts under the tax exemption system for small investments (NISA) to 34 million and the investment amount to 56 trillion yen over five years. summarized. Photo courtesy of Prime Minister Kishida. Photographed in Tokyo in October … Read more

Pfizer’s vaccine for Omicron, BQ. Antibody large in 1.1 | Reuters

The U.S. pharmaceutical giant Pfizer and the German biopharmaceutical company Biontech announced on the 18th that the new coronavirus Omicron strain-derived BQ. It was more than twice as high as the first doses of the two companies’ vaccines, the company said. This photo was taken in November 2021. (Reuters/Dado Ruvic/Illustration) (Reuters) – U.S. pharmaceutical giant … Read more

Focus: Dry land, lost soil Climate change threatens global agricultural production | Reuters

WINNIPEG, CANADA/NAIROBI/SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Midwestern United States. Springs in the Corn Belt, where corn is the main crop, are usually dusty and dry. But this spring, the area was flooded. In China, meanwhile, farmland in the Yangtze River basin has dried up. In both countries, farmers are fighting a losing battle to save the soil … Read more

Ukraine executes more than 10 Russian prisoners of war, Russian Defense Ministry condemns | Reuters

Russia’s defense ministry said on Thursday that Ukraine had executed more than 10 Russian prisoners of war, accusing it of committing war crimes and ignoring them by the West. (2022 REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne) [18日 ロイター] – Russia’s defense ministry said on Friday that Ukraine executed more than 10 Russian prisoners of war, accusing Ukraine of committing … Read more

US monetary policy and outlook for financial markets: How experts see | Reuters

TOKYO (Reuters) – The US Federal Reserve Board (FRB)’s policy of raising interest rates continues to spur market participants’ volatility in financial markets. We asked an expert about future points to watch and market outlook. The US Federal Reserve Board (FRB)’s interest rate hike route has caused mixed speculations among market participants, and the financial … Read more

Angle: Investors who are hesitant to declare the end of the dollar’s strength, are frustrated many times in the hope of Fed policy changes | Reuters

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Investors are reluctant to bet on a sustained weakness in the dollar, as the U.S. Federal Reserve may slow its pace of interest rate hikes as the dollar unravels. I hesitate. NEW YORK (Reuters) – Investors are hesitant to bet on a sustained weakness in the dollar, as the U.S. Federal … Read more