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Past articles by Hideyuki:

Asian shares advance as inflation worries fade to background

Asian share prices advanced on Friday as a shock from a surprisingly strong U.S. inflation reading ebbed, with investors now hopeful that the worst price hikes could be soon over. → Read More

Stocks get reality check from earnings, central banks in focus

Global stocks eased from record peaks as a stark reminder of supply chain snags in corporate earnings reports stalled their rally, while investors also looked to whether central banks may consider tightening monetary policy earlier than thought. → Read More

Yen subdued, Aussie firm on improved sentiment before central bank meetings

The yen was restrained while the risk-sensitive Australian dollar held firm on Wednesday on the back of a solid commodity market and a positive risk mood from upbeat U.S. economic data and upbeat corporate earnings. → Read More

Commodity currencies at multi-month highs, sterling firm on BoE rate hike bets

Commodity currencies stood near multi-month highs on Thursday on strong raw material prices while the improved risk mood saw the U.S. dollar losing earlier momentum built from expectations the Federal Reserve would tighten monetary policy. → Read More

Asian shares advance on earnings optimism, yen slips to 4-yr low

Asian shares advanced and U.S. long-dated bond yields edged up to a five-month high on Wednesday on rising optimism about the global economy and corporate earnings while the yen slipped to a four-year low on the dollar. → Read More

Dollar nears 3-year high against yen as markets retain bets on Fed taper

The dollar rose to its highest in nearly three years versus the yen on Monday as investors remained confident the U.S. Federal Reserve will announce a tapering of its massive bond-buying next month despite softer U.S. payrolls figures. → Read More

Dollar hits 2-1/2-year high against yen as Fed tapering seen on track

The dollar ticked up to a 2-1/2-year high versus the yen on Monday after a soft U.S. payrolls figure did little to alter market expectations that the U.S. Federal Reserve will announce it will start tapering its massive bond-buying next month. → Read More

Magnitude 6.1 quake jolts Tokyo, causing blackouts but no tsunami warning

A strong earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.1 jolted Tokyo and surrounding areas late on Thursday, stopping train lines and causing sporadic power cuts, but there were no reports of major damage, Japan's public broadcaster NHK said. → Read More

Asian shares slip as Evergrande, inflation worries sap positive mood

Asian shares dipped on Monday as concerns about China's property sector and inflation worries offset upbeat U.S. data and positive news on new drugs to fight the coronavirus. → Read More

Investors see Japan's Kishida as "safe-pair-of-hands" but reforms in question

Investors see Japan's new leader, Fumio Kishida, as a steady consensus-builder who can lead the ruling Liberal Democratic Party and its coalition partner to victory in a general election due in November. → Read More

Japan's GPIF to shun Chinese govt bonds even after benchmark inclusion

Japan's Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF) will not invest in Chinese government bonds due to settlement and liquidity issues,even after they will be included in a major bond index next month, it said on Wednesday. → Read More

Aussie perks up as Evergrande relief lifts investor sentiment

The Australian dollar jumped and the safe-haven yen eased slightly on Wednesday after struggling Chinese property giant Evergrande said it would make an upcoming bond coupon, allaying immediate fears about a messy corporate collapse. → Read More

Dollar near one-month high as Evergrande risks, Fed loom

The dollar held below a near one-month high on Wednesday as investors focused on two key risks -- a default by Chinese property developer Evergrande and the expected pace of U.S. monetary policy tightening. → Read More

Evergrande woes hit Japan's toilet, air-conditioner and paint manufacturers

Concern that China Evergrande may default on its mountain of debt hit shares of toilet maker Toto and other Japanese firms that are seen vulnerable to a further slowdown in China's property development. → Read More

World shares jolted by Evergrande crisis as debt payment test looms

Global stock markets on Tuesday were caught in the grip of contagion fears sparked by troubles at China Evergrande as growing risks the property giant could default on its massive debt prompted investors to flee riskier assets. → Read More

Dollar holds upper hand after retail sales boost

The dollar held near three-week highs against a basket of major currencies on Friday after a raft of strong U.S. economic data rekindled expectations for earlier policy tightening by the U.S. Federal Reserve. → Read More

Japan's investors raise bets on Kono in leadership race

Japan's stock investors have raised bets Taro Kono will become the country's next prime minister, snatching up renewable energy and office technology shares that are expected to benefit under his economic policies. → Read More

World shares hit record as investors hold to dovish Fed bets

A global stocks index hit a record high on Tuesday as investors took comfort in growing views the U.S. Federal Reserve is likely to delay the start of tapering its asset purchases and maintain its expansive monetary policy for the near-term. → Read More

World shares at record high as investors count on Fed largesse

Global stocks inched higher on Tuesday to a record high for the eight straight session as investors wagered the U.S. Federal Reserve is likely to delay the start of tapering its asset purchases after the soft U.S. jobs data. → Read More

Japan's stock market emerges as clear winner of Suga's abrupt resignation

While the race for ruling party leader remains wide open, the Japanese stock market has emerged as a clear winner of Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga's abrupt departure, with the broad Topix index (.TOPX) soaring to 31-year highs. → Read More