Fiscal Balance in Japan

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Japan - Fiscal Balance

A combination of improving consumer confidence and dynamic investments led the economy to expand at the fastest pace in over two years in Q2. Private consumption is slowly gathering pace due to moderate wage growth and low unemployment. However, it is too soon to say whether the long-awaited improvement in household spending will be sustainable, as income growth remains limited. In turn, investment is benefiting from accommodative financial conditions, healthier domestic demand and construction projects related to the 2020 Olympic Games to be held in Tokyo. The contraction in exports of goods and services could be a signal that the global economic cycle is peaking, which could have a severe impact on Japan’s export-driven economy. In an attempt to breathe new life into his government following the disappointing results in Tokyo’s 2 July Metropolitan assembly election, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe reshuffled his cabinet on 3 August. While Abe’s move will not change the overall direction of his economic policies, it is expected to help him cement his grip on power.

Japan - Fiscal Balance Data

2012  2013  2014  2015  2016  
Fiscal Balance (% of GDP)-9.0  -8.5  -6.2  -5.4  -     

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Bond Yield0.03-3.33 %Sep 21
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