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Productive cities: toward a new biopolitics of cities

By Raphaël Besson

The idea of the productive city emerged with the development of industrial capitalism. In this way, the productive model imposed its own logic on cities, which came to be regarded as passive receptacles harbouring economic...

Public investment in electricity generation - a hot button issue in Queensland?

By John Quiggin

One of the most striking features of the Queensland election campaign is that all major parties are advocating public investment in electricity generation. The real choice to be made is whether this investment will...

Companies need confidentiality clauses – but not to muzzle sexual abuse victims

By Elizabeth C. Tippett

Harassment and abuse accusations against Harvey Weinstein and other prominent men, like Bill OReilly, have revealed a trail of settlement agreements in their wake, many of which contained language that prevented victims...

Surgeons and the opioid crisis: We need prescription guidelines

By Tola Afolabi

Of all the possible ways of alleviating the opioid crisis, one has so far garnered far less attention than it deserves: prescription guidelines for surgeons. Surgeons are the third-biggest prescribers of opioids, often...

Why journalists must be allowed to pay and reward their sources

By Tim Crook

Robert Norman helped shine a light on serious social issues. He exposed cutbacks in national detention security, highlighted prison safety concerns, and exposed failures to contain and manage convicted terrorists. He...

Politics won out over international law in recent UN elections

By Rosa Freedman

For the first time in the courts history, the UK will not have a judge sitting at the International Court of Justice (ICJ). Christopher Greenwood, who was seeking a second nine-year term, pulled out of the race on November...

We built a robot care assistant for people with dementia – here's how it works

By Conor McGinn

Not all robots will take over human jobs. My colleagues and I have just unveiled a prototype care robot that we hope could take on some of the more mundane work of looking after elderly and disabled people and those with...

Welcome to Britain: a land where jobs may be plentiful but are more and more precarious

By Daiga Kamerāde

The British chancellor, Philip Hammond, was roundly criticised on November 19 after claiming there were no unemployed people during a BBC interview with Andrew Marr. While the latest figures from the Office for National...

Jet fuel from sugarcane? It's not a flight of fancy

By Vijay Singh Et Al

The aviation industry produces 2 percent of global human-induced carbon dioxide emissions. This share may seem relatively small for perspective, electricity generation and home heating account for more than 40 percent ...

Will Puerto Ricans return home after Hurricane María?

By Alexis R. Santos-Lozada

Even before this years devastating hurricane season, the team of demographers I work with at Penn State and the Puerto Rico Institute of Statistics had predicted that the population of Puerto Rico would decline over the...

Online learning can prepare students for a fast-changing future – wherever they are

By Helen O'Sullivan

Take a moment to think back to the first classroom you ever entered, whether it was at school, or nursery, chances are there was a blackboard, with coloured chalk where you focused most of your attention. You were probably...

Revealed: legal advice for asylum seekers disappearing due to legal aid cuts

By Jo Wilding

Ever since changes were introduced in 2013 to the way legal aid works in England and Wales, campaigners, judges and politicians have been telling the government that many people are now unable to access legal advice and...

High Court strikes again – knocking out Government Senate replacement

By Michelle Grattan

The High Court has ruled out Liberal Hollie Hughes as a replacement for former Nationals senator Fiona Nash, on the grounds that she had an office of profit under the crown during the election period. Once again, the...

Why Puerto Rico is getting the brunt of 'donor fatigue'

By Samantha Penta

Recovering from disasters is never easy. When disasters pile up, it gets harder. On top of the inevitable competition for everything from the governments funding for recovery efforts to construction materials, donations...

From Public Confessions to Public Trials: The Complexities of the "Weinstein Effect"

By Lauren Rosewarne

As the Weinstein effect sweeps Hollywood, the sex/gender/pop culture clash that is my passion project has led to lots of conversations, oftentimes on air. At some point during interviews therell be a question about change:...

Green finance? Why global banks are pledging billions to fight climate change

By Simon Wilde

Banking giant HSBC has pledged US$100 billion (76 billion) to fight climate change, to be spent on sustainable finance and investment over the next eight years. It also commits to increasing its own use of renewable energy...

Sheep can recognise celebrities from photographs, says amusing study with serious potential

By Catherine Douglas

Sheep are surprisingly smart. New research from the University of Cambridge shows the animals can learn to recognise people from photographs, even people theyve never seen in real life, such as celebrities. The...

How to take the stress out of Europe's busiest shopping street – rerouting traffic is just the first step

By Nick Tyler

Every day, some 500,000 people walk along Oxford Street in London Europes busiest shopping street. Now, the citys mayor, Sadiq Khan, has proposed a plan to divert buses and taxis on to other parallel roads and redesign...

How blockchain technology has medieval roots

By Victoria Lemieux

Blockchain is an emergent technology that may be as transformative as the Internet, according to many predictions. But this innovative new technology has a surprising link to the days of medieval treasuries. Blockchain...

EU citizens' rights and Brexit negotiations: both sides could be violating human rights law

By Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos

Around 5m European citizens affected by the outcome of the UK referendum (EU citizens in the UK, and British citizens in the EU) have been living in a state of uncertainty for more than 500 days. Months on from the EU...

Shipbuilding in Britain: how to reboot it

By Paul Stott

The UK has a new strategy for shipbuilding. After a 20th century marked by a painful decline in UK shipbuilding, it is not about to resume global dominance. There is, however, a chance to leave the past behind and revive...

Why people have long questioned the point of public inquiries

By Simon Peplow

The Grenfell Tower fire inquiry has received more than 500 requests from individuals and organisations seeking core participant status. This would allow them advance knowledge of some evidence, and the opportunity to make...

Gun violence in the US kills more black people and urban dwellers

By Michael Siegel Et Al

On Nov. 5, just 35 days after the deadly Las Vegas shooting, a man walked into a church in a small Texas town and murdered 26 people with an assault rifle. The coverage dominated the news. But the day before, even more...

As angry voters reject major parties, Mexico's 2018 presidential race grows chaotic

By Salvador Vázquez del Mercado

Salvador Vázquez del Mercado, Conacyt Research Professor, National Laboratory of Public Policy, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas Mexicos 2018 campaign season has not officially begun,...

When Americans tried – and failed – to reunite Christianity

By David Mislin

Five hundred years ago, Martin Luther, a German monk, initiated a split in Christianity that came to be known as the Protestant Reformation. After the Reformation, deep divisions between Protestants and Catholics...

The challenge of authenticating real humans in a digital world

By Jungwoo Ryoo

Proving identity is a routine part of modern daily life. Many people must show a drivers license to buy alcohol at a store, flash an ID card to security guards at work, enter passwords and passcodes to retrieve email and...

GOP plan to tax college endowments like Yale's and Harvard's would be neither fair nor effective

By Jay L. Zagorsky

Tucked away in the recently announced GOP tax bill is a small item you may have missed: a new tax on university endowments. As I have spent decades working in higher education, the proposal immediately piqued my...

Counselling doesn't work in the long term

By Robin Bailey

Person-centred counselling is one of the most popular treatments for mental health problems. Often just shortened to counselling, the approach focuses on how patients view themselves in the here and now, rather than how a...

The world is in economic, political and environmental gridlock – here's why

By Thomas Hale Et Al

The crisis of contemporary democracy has become a major subject of political science in recent years. Despite this, the symptoms of this crisis the vote for Brexit and Trump, among others were not foreseen. Nor were the...

Why financial inequality can't simply be blamed on older people hoarding their wealth

By Karen Rowlingson

Millennials are typically spending three times as much money on housing costs as their grandparents, according to recent research from the Resolution Foundation think tank. It has warned of a tight spending squeeze for...

Health Check: which sports supplements actually work?

By Krissy Kendall

Whether your goal is to increase strength, decrease body fat or improve overall performance, adding supplements to your daily regimen can give you that extra edge. But with thousands of products on the market, choosing the...

From selfie to infinity: Yayoi Kusama’s amazing technicoloured dreamscape

By Chari Larsson

Yayoi Kusama is arguably Japans most famous living artist. Born in 1929, she is one of the few practising artists whose work spans the most important isms of the 20th century. At the same time, her work is undeniably...

It's time for a royal commission into banking regulation

By Pat McConnell

The handling of recent financial scandals show that regulators are confused about what they do, or should do. And as a result the regulation of the financial system, which is vital to a strong functioning economy, is just...

You may be sick of worrying about online privacy, but 'surveillance apathy' is also a problem

By Siobhan Lyons

We all seem worried about privacy. Though its not only privacy itself we should be concerned about: its also our attitudes towards privacy that are important. When we stop caring about our digital privacy, we witness...

Three strategies to fight the tax avoidance revealed by the Paradise Papers

By Roman Lanis Et Al

The release of more than 13 million financial and tax documents known as the Paradise Papers show that the Panama Papers last year and LuxLeaks in 2014 were just the tip of the tax avoidance iceberg. It also shows that the...

Facing uncertain future, fossil fuel workers want retraining in renewables

By Andrew Voysey

A top talking point at the United Nations climate talks in Bonn, Germany, this month is President Donald Trumps plan to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement. The decision follows Trumps campaign commitment...

Sears Canada tarnishes the gold standard of pensions

By Michael J. Armstrong

Like many department stores, Sears Canada has struggled with competition from specialty stores and online retailers. Its bankruptcy will eliminate some 12,000 jobs and leave 16,000 retirees worried about their...

How do we turn a drain into valued green space? First, ask the residents

By Leila Mahmoudi Farahani

This article is based on a paper being presented at the State of Australian Cities Conference in Adelaide, November 28-30. The green infrastructure of our cities includes both publicly owned, designed and delineated...

Why China's deals with Saudi Arabia could be the beginning of a profitable new relationship

By Timo A. Kivimäki

The Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaolis visit to Saudi Arabia in the summer of 2017 was a deal maker. There was agreement on a US$20 billion Sino-Saudi investment fund, along with discussions of nuclear energy projects and...

China's Singles Day retail phenomenon will blow Black Friday out the water

By Nelson Blackley

For the past few years, Black Friday has become a focal point for many US and UK retailers and for media outlets hungry for images of shoppers bursting into stores in pursuit of posh televisions. The event, supposedly...

The public's knowledge of anatomy is sketchy – here's why it matters

By Adam Taylor

British people dont seem to know their armpit from their elbow. Our latest study found that only 15% of the participants could locate their adrenal glands, and only 20% knew where their spleen and gallbladder...

The long, strange history of dieting fads

By Melissa Wdowik

Of all the parasites that affect humanity I do not know of, nor can I imagine, any more distressing than that of Obesity. So started William Bantings Letter on Corpulence, likely the first diet book ever published....

3 things I learned from delivering medical aid to a remote part of Puerto Rico

By Asa Oxner Myers

I belong to a group called Doctors for Puerto Rico. We have been dispatching medicine and small teams of medical staff to the island, in coordination with local health authorities since two-and-a-half weeks after...

Latino elites are paying the California dream forward

By Jody Agius Vallejo

American Latino economic elites have incomes and wealth in the top 5 percent of earners. Some own multi-million-dollar companies or work as corporate executives. Latino politicians like Kevin De León, who is...

Does American culture shame too much – or not enough?

By Peter Stearns

The word shameless is being tossed around an awful lot these days, which might speak to what many see as the countrys increasingly coarse, vitriolic political discourse. Perhaps, the thinking goes, American culture could...

Forget turning straw into gold, farmers can turn trash into energy

By Craig Baillie Et Al

Mention agriculture to many Australians and it conjures up images of mobs of cattle in the dusty outback, or harvesters gobbling up expanses of golden wheat. In reality, much of our high-value agriculture is near the...

Forcing the banks to hand over our credit history might help with a home loan but it has risks

By Justin Malbon

The federal government will be forcing banks to hand over half their credit data ready for reporting by mid-2018 (with the remainder available in 2019). It seems rather quaint in the age of big data that the big four...

How Nike's hijab sports gear is taking on Islamophobia and patriarchy

By Nuraan Davids

In March, when sports manufacturer Nike launched its Nike Pro Hijab, it made obvious business sense. What Nike - perhaps inadvertently ̶ has done, is to legitimise the hijab across two very different narratives. One is...

Why tech giants are investing millions in AI that can play video games

By Peter Cowling

Artificial intelligence researchers at Elon Musks OpenAI project recently made a big advance by winning a video game. Unlike recent AI victories over top human players in the games of Go and poker, this AI breakthrough...

What Martin Luther's Reformation tells us about history and memory

By Peter Marshall

The story we tell of the beginning of the Protestant Reformation 500 years ago is a window on how the past speaks to the present, and how the present imposes itself on the past. It is a story everyone, more or less, is...

Why good design alone won't attract millennials to your company

Many Australian companies are embracing funky new design features that maximise relaxation and homely chill zones in an effort to lure highly skilled professionals. While these features certainly hold appeal, most workers...

U.S. consumer sentiment index likely dropped in November

20:54 PM| Commentary

The U.S. consumer confidence index is likely to have dropped a bit in November. The University of Michigans measure of consumer sentiment reached a cycle high in October on widespread positivity in current conditions and...

U.K. net borrowing rises in October, borrowing trajectory unlikely to tilt down in coming years

18:29 PM| Commentary

The ONS figures released today continued to imply that the U.K.s public finances are in a comparatively good position as compared with what was anticipated at the beginning of the fiscal year. Net borrowing was up GBP 8...

Swiss economy likely to grow 2.2 pct next year, domestic demand growth to remain strong in years ahead

17:45 PM| Commentary

Switzerlands economy is growing, but at quite a moderate rate. Last year the Swiss economy grew 1.4 percent after expanding 1.4 percent in the prior year. This is a bit lower than the potential output growth rate of 1.5...

Canada’s wholesale trade falls sequentially in September

16:04 PM| Commentary

Wholesale trade in Canada dropped in the month of September after rising for two months. Wholesale trade dropped 1.2 percent sequentially to CAD 62 billion. This is the second decline in this year. In terms of volume,...

MNB keeps interest rates on hold, to introduce two unconventional instruments from January 2018

15:46 PM| Commentary Central Banks

On Tuesday, the Hungarian central bank kept its interest rates on hold at record low levels, consistent with expectations. He MNB stated that it will be prepared to further ease monetary conditions to drive borrowing costs...

Hong Kong headline inflation accelerates slightly in October, inflation risks to remain limited in near-term

14:04 PM| Commentary

Hong Kongs headline inflation accelerated slightly in the month of October. The Census and Statistical Department stated that the overall consumer prices rose 1.5 percent on a year-on-year basis. In September, the consumer...

FxWirePro: Platinum price forecasts to move in sync with gold in 2018 – Reshuffle hedging portfolio

12:24 PM| Research & Analysis Insights & Views

The global platinum market deficit will rise sharply in 2018 as per the industry report. A conducive macro environment in 1H18 begins additional upside in palladium among PGM bloc in our opinion, however, platinum will...

Fundamental Evaluation Series: EUR/USD vs. 2-year yield spread

11:16 AM| Commentary

The chart above shows, how the relationship between EUR/USD and 2-year yield divergence has unfolded since 2012. It is evident that these short rates have been a key influencing factor for the pair as policy divergence...

U.S. Treasuries mixed ahead of Fed Chair Yellen’s speech, FOMC meeting minutes

11:11 AM| Commentary Economy

The U.S. Treasuries remained mixed Tuesday as investors are now waiting to watch the Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen deliver a speech scheduled for today by 23:00GMT. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasuries...

Australia weekly consumer confidence hits 16-week high on upbeat views on future economic conditions

08:52 AM| Commentary Economy

Australias ANZ-Roy Morgan weekly consumer confidence rose 1.4 percent last week to 116.4, its highest level in 16 weeks. The details were broadly positive, with three out of five sub-indices posting gains, while the other...

Moody's: Opening of China's onshore and offshore bond markets propels cross-market activities

03:57 AM| Research & Analysis

Moodys Investors Service says that the launch of the Bond Connect program in July 2017 and simplification of cross-market bond issuance procedures is the primary reason for increasing investments by international investors...

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Uber Suffered Data Breach Last Year But Only Disclosed It Now, 57 Million Users Affected

02:24 AM| Technology

In the wake of so many major data breaches suffered by tech firms of late, its hardly a surprise that Uber was also targeted. However, in the case of the cab-hailing company, the breach actually happened last year but only...

FCC Chair Ajit Pai Shows Contempt For U.S. Consumers, To Block States From Regulating ISPs

02:24 AM| Technology

In what is largely considered an anti-consumer agenda, the Federal Communications Commission has announced that it is dismantling Net Neutrality rules. Led by FCC Chair Ajit Pai, the commission is going against the will of...

Digital Currency Revolution

Tether says hacker stole $30M in US Dollar Token

10:27 AM| Digital Currency

Tether, the company behind a digital token (USDT) backed by the US dollar, has announced that funds worth over $30 million were improperly removed from its wallet by an external attacker. In an online post, the company...

Blockchain Revolution Series

Israeli container shipping firm ZIM trials blockchain-based Bill of Lading

07:04 AM| Digital Currency

Israel-based container shipping company ZIM, in collaboration with Sparx Logistics and Wave, has completed a first pilot of paperless Bills-of-Lading based on blockchain technology. The new solution allows secure...

Head Transplant Is Impossible Right Now Despite Recent Claims By Sergio Canavero

02:24 AM| Science

Last week, news started circulating that the head transplant operation spearheaded by controversial Italian professor named Sergio Canavero was a success. Publications quickly picked the story up and spread the word, but...

Blockchain Revolution Series

ING solves data privacy issue of public blockchains with new solution

05:31 AM| Digital Currency

Dutch multinational bank ING has announced a major breakthrough that will help overcome the problem of protecting data privacy when using blockchain technology in financial services. The banks blockchain team has...

AI Could Hijack Artificially Augmented Brain, Checkmate For Cybernetics?

02:23 AM| Technology

The debate regarding the dangers posed by artificial intelligence in the tech industry has been going on for some time now. One of the possible solutions to prevent humans becoming obsolete by intelligence machines is...

Die Hard Tesla Fans Can Now Get A Tesla PowerBank To Charge Mobile Devices

02:22 AM| Technology

Last week, Tesla unveiled a new all-electric Semi truck and the Roadster 2.0. Apparently, this was not enough since the company is now getting into the gadget scene with a new product called PowerBank. Its exactly what it...

Blockchain Revolution Series

Ethereum-based digital ID registration platform opens to Zug citizens

04:04 AM| Digital Currency

Self-sovereign identity platform uPort has announced the opening of an Ethereum-based digital identity registration system to the citizens of Zug, Switzerland. The platform was officially opened on November 15, 2017....

DJI Offers $30K In Bug Bounty Program Then Threatens To Sue Cybersecurity Researcher

03:21 AM| Technology

Bug bounty programs have become common in the tech industry, with companies offering money to white hat hackers who will then find security problems for them. DJI did the same thing in August, which resulted in a security...

Samsung Galaxy X Foldable Phone Gets Official Support Page

03:20 AM| Technology

Not a lot of U.S. consumers might know this, but Samsung also has its own smartphone offering with the letter X on it. Its the Galaxy X and it has been the subject of rumors for years. Thanks to the addition of a support...

Initial Coin Offering Series Digital Currency Revolution

Japan’s FSA issues policy guidance on cryptocurrencies and ICOs

10:29 AM| Digital Currency

In a recently published document, the Japanese Financial Services Agency (JSA) has clarified its financial administrative policies, which includes its policy on fintech and virtual currencies, reported. The...

Econotimes Series


Singapore’s Q3 GDP growth upwardly revised, inflation likely to rise in November

Singaporean economic growth was upwardly revised from its initial advanced reading for the third quarter of 2017. The sequential growth was upwardly revised to 8.8 percent from the initial advanced reading of 6.3 percent....

UK gilts jump after Q3 preliminary GDP remains unchanged

The UK gilts jumped after the countrys third-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) remained unchanged compared to that in the second quarter, although meeting market expectations as households spending increased at the...

German bunds tad down after Q3 GDP remains steady, manufacturing PMI beats expectations

The German bunds traded flat Thursday after the countrys gross domestic product (GDP) for the third quarter of this year showcased a solid reading, albeit unchanged from that in the second-quarter. Also, the manufacturing...

Eurozone economy likely to grow 2.3 pct this year, 2 pct next, says DZ Bank

The Eurozone economy is expected to expand 2.3 percent this year and 2 percent in the next year, according to a recent report by DZ Bank. According to a flash estimate from Eurostat, third-quarter GDP increased by +0.6...

BoC likely to adopt wait-and-watch approach, says CIBC Research

The Bank of Canada (BoC) is expected to adopt a wait-and-watch approach over the near-term, according to a recent report from CIBC Research. Investors are still attaching a 40 percent probability to further monetary...


Brexit: why Macron has more room to manoeuvre than May and Merkel

Despite the valiant efforts of both the EU and the UK to uphold confidence in the Brexit negotiations process, its clear the talks have been deeply unsatisfactory for both sides. Fundamental conflicts of interest and...

Why PR agencies and their spin should be the subject of greater scrutiny

It was one of the biggest and best-known British PR agencies around. So when Bell Pottinger came crashing down earlier this year, you could be forgiven for wondering why it hadnt prepared a better crisis strategy to deal...

Catalonia crisis: Spain enters unchartered territory following Madrid move to end autonomy

Shortly after Catalonias parliament in Barcelona voted to declare independence from Spain on October 27, the senate in Madrid voted to trigger Article 155 of the Spanish constitution, removing Catalonias autonomy. In...

China's ambition burns bright - with Xi Jinping firmly in charge

The most important political event of 2017, the 19th Chinese Communist Party Congress, has concluded. And while there was much to digest, one image above all stands out: Xi Jinpings political dominance and his burning...

Kuwait's economic interest in mediating the Qatar-Gulf crisis

A blockade against Qatar by its Gulf neighbours is now in its fifth month. Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates severed socio-economic ties with Qatar as punishment for its alleged support of terrorism...


Drug Addiction Could Be Cured With Gene Therapy

The opioid addiction crisis gripping the U.S. is currently one of the biggest health issues plaguing the country. In many cases, opioid addicts turn to using heroin or methamphetamine in order to get high. In what could...

Cancer Patient Injected With Vaccine For The First Time

Cancer is one of the last remaining major illnesses that still does not have a vaccine, but human trials have finally begun to change all this. Moderna Therapeutics just injected a patient with a cancer vaccine for the...

New Zealand’s Plan To Weaponize CRISPR To Annihilate Pests Sparks Debate In Scientific Community

Its always the same story. Governments want to use science as a weapon of mass destruction, certain members of the scientific community speak up about the potential consequences, and the debates ensue. In the case of New...

Scientists Achieved Real-Time Gene Editing In Live Human Subject For The First Time

Gene editing is considered by many as the future of medicine. The potential uses attributed to the field range from curing all kinds of diseases to making humans practically invulnerable. For the first time, scientists...

Scientist Proves Brain Implant Can Improve Memory By 30%

These days, one of the hottest topics in the tech and medical industries is the matter of cybernetics or merging man with machine. A scientist has recently advanced this field by demonstrating how a brain implant can...


JPMorgan CEO Calls Bitcoin ‘Stupid’, Offers Bitcoin Trading Anyway

The CEO Of JPMorgan, Jamie Dimon has been quite vocal in his criticism of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. In fact, he has been known to threaten to fire employees who traded in cryptocurrency and called the market stupid....

Russia Finally Acknowledges Radiation Clouds Over Europe But Denies Responsibility

For months now, European monitoring agencies have been detecting radioactive clouds over several EU countries. These agencies have been speculating that these clouds may be coming from Russia. However, not only did Russia...

$35,000 Off-Road EV Has 555 Horsepower And More Torque Than A Tank

While Tesla might be the reigning king of both sports and sedan electric vehicles, its cars are not exactly suited to off-road driving. This is where the Nikola Powersports Nikola Zero UTV (Utility Task Vehicle) could make...

Hawaii Joins In Condemning EA And Loot Boxes, Wants To Block Battlefront II Sales

At this point, its safe to say that loot boxes and microtransactions are incredibly unpopular features in games with anyone except the publishers. Everyone from the gamers to developers, and now, even politicians hate the...

Valve To Make Steam ‘Review Bombing’ Toothless With New Changes

Reviews are meant to inform customers, which is why Valve opted to allow users on its digital distribution platform Steam to leave them on games and other products. However, it would seem that some people have found a way...
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112.3 Bln USD



112.3 Bln USD

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AREconomic Activity YY*


955 %


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1755 %

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JPForeign Bond Investment




-105 Bln JPY

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JPForeign Invest JP Stock




182.4 Bln JPY

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JPNikkei Mfg PMI Flash




52.8 bln $

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116.6 %


116.7 %

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DEIfo Current Conditions*



125 %


124.8 %

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DEIfo Expectations*



108.9 %


109.1 %

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ITIndustrial Orders MM SA




8.7 %

November 24 09:00 UTC 650650m

ITIndustrial Orders YY NSA




12.2 %


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