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Japan Plans To Unshackle Huge Pension Fund | Free Malaysia Today

6064964249313817694.jpg Holdings also include cash and other assets. Yasuhiro Yonezawa, head of the funds investment committee, told the Wall Street Journal last week that domestic bonds could, in future, account for just 40%, with the difference made up by extra foreign bonds and by stocks, both at home and abroad. Cynics suggest that a prime minister in search of a feelgood factor could do a lot worse than chuck bundles of cash at the stock market the extra demand will ratchet up prices. And the trickle down of all that money floating around would be a shot in the arm for the this website inflation that Japan so badly needs a cause to whose mast Abe has firmly nailed his colours. A further boon: selling off government bonds probably to the Bank of Japan and spending the proceeds in foreign markets would push the yen down, helping exporters and nudging up import costs, and therefore inflation. It is perhaps these very-forseeable accusations that may give managers pause; the Japanese public is generally conservative and will be particularly sensitive to the idea of anyone playing fast and loose with their pensions. http://conwayushm.bloggd.org It is not clear who would take the responsibility for the possible risk incurred by more aggressive operation, said Ueno of NLI, adding the mooted 20% rebalancing was far from certain. Still, he said, traders appeared to be buying into the idea that there will be at least some breaking of the levy to allow GPIF cash onto the stock market, sending prices northwards.
Read more: http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/business/2014/06/16/japan-plans-to-unshackle-huge-pension-fund/

Quick Strikes Rally Ivory Coast Past Japan | Fox News

6064894369481848518.jpg The 36-year-old former Chelsea star started for Ivory Coast in the last two World Cups, but neither of those sides made it out of group play. He probably lacks the fitness to play 90 minutes these days, but his impact as a substitute can be dramatic, as was shown on a rainy night in Recife. Now the Ivory Coast is in good shape to advance to the second round for the first time. Next up is Colombia, the group leader by virtue of goal difference. That match is Thursday, as is Japan's next test against Greece. Japan had the better of the play in the first half, taking a lead through Honda's hard left-footed http://joevsdx.iloveblog.com/2014/05/19/2014-teen-mom-recap-farrah-abraham-amber-portwood-sober-and-jenelle-evans-engaged-rumors-update-offbeat-classicalite/ strike from about 12 yards in the 16th minute. Yuto Nagatomo slid a pass across the edge of the penalty area to Honda, who settled the ball cleanly with his right foot before belting his 21st career international goal under the cross bar and inside http://rickyjxkx.wordpress.com/2014/05/29/teen-mom-ditches-farrah-abraham-from-season-5-discussions-after-her-sex-tape-and-other-antics-international-business-times-5/ the near post. Japan had several chances to widen its lead in the opening 45 minutes, and will rue missing them.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/sports/2014/06/15/quick-strikes-rally-ivory-coast-past-japan/

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