Fukui’s first week disappointing

Last week Toshihiko Fukui became the new governor of the Bank of Japan. He immediately called an emergency session, which helped lift the Tokyo Stock Exchange. But the result was disappointing.

Jonas Lindmark 27.03.2003
During February and the first half of March the Japanese stock market was pulled down by the global worry that the Iraq conflict would be prolonged. A new 20-year low came on March 11th. But during the last two weeks rebound, Tokyo has not managed to follow.


Fukui new BoJ governor

New hope came when Toshihiko Fukui took office as governor of the Bank of Japan (BoJ) on March 19th and immediately called an emergency session that was held yesterday, March 25th. Investors hoped for drastic action and the Tokyo Stock Exchange went up before the meeting, even though most other large stockmarkets fell because of the news from Iraq during the weekend. It seemed that Fukui was trying to jump-start the Japanese economy.

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