Angle: The Chinese government cannot protect the elderly, and the bereaved families of corona victims are angry | Reuters

BEIJING (Reuters) – Former high school teacher Ayria was devastated. His 85-year-old father died after showing symptoms of what he believed to be COVID-19. The virus is spreading in the southeastern province of Jiangxi, where the family lives. Hundreds of millions of Chinese people will start moving in time for the Lunar New Year holidays, … Read more

Angle: Long-term interest rate reaches upper limit of 0.5%, ‘Bank of Japan attack’ reignites | Reuters

Japan’s newly issued 10-year government bond yield rose to 0.5%. The Bank of Japan expanded the permissible fluctuation range of long-term interest rates on December 20, 2018, but it seems that it reached the “upper limit” in about two and a half weeks. The photo is an image. Photographed in Tokyo in February 2013. (2023 … Read more

Angle: Missing grains and oil seeds, food inflation that will continue in 2023 | Reuters

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – The war in Ukraine and the resulting fuel price hikes are expected to hold back global agricultural production in 2023, weather permitting. Supplies are likely to remain tight, even as higher prices give farmers a boost in production. WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The war in Ukraine and associated fuel prices are expected to … Read more

Angle: Peru’s former president arrested, socially vulnerable anger and deepening cracks | Reuters

LIMA (Reuters) – Farmer Leopoldo Huamani, 60, traveled three days from Charhuanca in southern Peru to the capital, Lima. And he joined a demonstration in support of former President Castillo, who was arrested and detained on treason charges. On December 18, Leopoldo Huamani, a farmer, traveled three days from Charhuanca in southern Peru to Lima, … Read more

Angle: “Burn anything” due to fuel shortage, serious air pollution in Poland | Reuters

UPINI, Poland (Reuters) – In 2018, the Tukaczuk family left the Polish city of Krakow for the clean air of the countryside and moved to the village at the foot of the Carpathian Mountains. On December 8, the Tukaczuk family left the Polish city of Krakow in 2018 and moved to Oupini, a village at … Read more

Focus: Weakening dollar/yen repulsion, US interest rate hike slowdown observation Speculation about the Bank of Japan | Reuters

[TOKYO (Reuters)]- The rebound of the dollar/yen has weakened. In addition to speculation that the pace of US interest rate hikes will slow, speculation over the Bank of Japan’s policy revisions weighed on the topside. Although fundamental factors such as Japan’s trade deficit remain in the yen’s depreciation, many in the market are of the … Read more

Angle: Saudi Crown Prince’s technique for utilizing China, U.S. restraint and unique diplomacy | Reuters

RIYADH (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia’s crown prince seized the opportunity of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Saudi Arabia this week to consolidate his position as a leader in the Middle East and launch a unique diplomacy that distances him from the United States I’m trying to show you the route. Saudi Arabia’s powerful Crown … Read more

Angle: Russians evacuated to Georgia do not rush to return home after mobilization | Reuters

TBILISI (Reuters) – A month has passed since Russia announced the completion of the partial mobilization of its troops to invade Ukraine. But many Russian men who fled to neighboring Georgia to escape the call-up say they are in no hurry to return home. On November 28, one month after Russia announced the completion of … 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

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