It is a truth universally acknowledged, that an economy in possession of a strong labour market must be in want of a central bank, as Jane Austen might have said, had she had the fortune to be a securities analyst rather than an acute observer of manners.
Japan is in this position. The most commonly-used ratio to describe how weak or strong demand for labour is in Japan is called the job offers to applicants ratio. As the name suggests, this compares...
High conviction approach
Effective from mid-July
Managers who have 'seen it all'
Decision expected 20 June
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