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Japan's incoming prime minister pledges stimulus spending | Money Talks

Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party has elected former foreign minister Fumio Kishida as its new leader. That all but guarantees his appointment as the next prime minister when parliament reconvenes this month. Kishida will inherit an economy battered by the pandemic, and with a general election scheduled for November, he'll have to hit the ground running to ensure his party remains in power. Tom Learmouth joins us from London. He's Japan Economist at Capital Economics. #Kishida #Japan #PrimeMinister

Bank of Japan keeps interest rates unchanged | Money Talks

Bank of Japan keeps interest rates unchanged | Money Talks

Around 50 people were feared dead after deadly Japan floods

Around 50 people were feared dead after deadly Japan floods

Japan's 10-day holiday celebrates new emperor | Money Talks

Japan's 10-day holiday celebrates new emperor | Money Talks

Thousands of people urged to leave Japan’s southern island of Kyushu

Thousands of people urged to leave Japan’s southern island of Kyushu

Biz in 60: Evergrande nears default, SoftBank shares plummet, Saudi Telecom stake sale

Biz in 60: Evergrande nears default, SoftBank shares plummet, Saudi Telecom stake sale

Discarded clothing creates mountain of waste in Chile desert | Money Talks

Discarded clothing creates mountain of waste in Chile desert | Money Talks

Lebanese people turn to cryptocurrencies amid banking crisis | Money Talks

Lebanese people turn to cryptocurrencies amid banking crisis | Money Talks

Evergrande shares fall to 11-year low as company nears default

Evergrande shares fall to 11-year low as company nears default

UN seeks record $41B in humanitarian aid for 2022 | Money Talks

UN seeks record $41B in humanitarian aid for 2022 | Money Talks

South African businesses struggle under Omicron travel bans | Money Talks

South African businesses struggle under Omicron travel bans | Money Talks

Singaporean ride-hailing firm Grab raises $4.5B in SPAC listing on the Nasdaq | Money Talks

Singaporean ride-hailing firm Grab raises $4.5B in SPAC listing on the Nasdaq | Money Talks

US economy adds 210,000 new jobs, below expectations | Money Talks

US economy adds 210,000 new jobs, below expectations | Money Talks

Biz in 60: Turkey inflation, Kaisa debt crisis, DP World drops Haifa port bid

Biz in 60: Turkey inflation, Kaisa debt crisis, DP World drops Haifa port bid

OPEC+ members to raise monthly output by 400,000 barrels per day

OPEC+ members to raise monthly output by 400,000 barrels per day

Biz in 60: Turkey’s new finance minister, South Korea inflation, Disney’s first woman chair

Biz in 60: Turkey’s new finance minister, South Korea inflation, Disney’s first woman chair

Wall Street indices fall after US reports first Omicron case

Wall Street indices fall after US reports first Omicron case

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