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Japan exits recession ,

Japan’s economy has emerged from recession in the fourth quarter of 2014, according to official data released on Monday, but the recovery was at a pace well below expectations as the economy continues to struggle to gain momentum.
The figures show that the economy, under the stewardship of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, grew at an annualised pace of 2.2% in the fourth quarter of 2014 but quarter-on-quarter growth of 0.6% compared weakly with economists’ forecasts of 0.9%.

The figures may suggest that Japan’s economy is back on track after falling into a technical recession in the middle of last year, but with demand growth modest, it will be hard to reach the Bank of Japan’s goal of permanently ending deflation.

Growth was driven by private consumption, which rose 0.3% on the previous quarter, contributing
0.2% to growth; and exports, which rose 2.7%, was driven by the weaker yen.

With imports also rising by 1.3%, net trade as a whole contributed only 0.2% to total growth, highlighting how Japan’s trade account has become less sensitive to a weak yen.

Japan’s government is currently in the middle of an unprecedented stimulus – known as Abenomics after the country’s Prime Minister – aimed at reviving the country’s economy after two decades of malaise. However, growth stuttered badly after Abe raised consumption tax from 5 to 8% last April, as part of an effort to tackle Japan’s huge budget deficit.

The economy shrank in the second and third quarters of 2014. Meanwhile, private consumption fell more than 5% in the second quarter of last year, and has yet to recover.

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Nikkei hits seven-and-a-half-year high

Japanese shares hit a seven-and-a-half-year high despite news that the latest talks in the Eurozone over Greece ended without a resolution.

Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem said six hours of talks produced no agreement to extend Greece’s 24bn euro ($270bn; £17.8bn) bailout plan but However, the Nikkei 225 closed up 1.9% at 17,979.72 – its highest level since July 2007.

Meanwhile, the dollar was at 120.28 yen, down from 120.35 yen in US trade.

Investor sentiment was boosted by data that showed Japan’s core machinery orders rose in December at the fastest pace in six months and that companies expected orders to increase.

The 8.3% month-on-month gain was much higher than the forecast for a 2.4% increase.

Shares in industrial robot maker Fanuc soared 6.2% and hit a record high after local media reported that hedge fund Third Point bought a stake in the company.

In other Asian news, markets in China headed lower as investors turned cautious ahead of the Chinese New Year holiday next week.

The Shanghai Composite was up 0.5% at 3,173.55, while in Hong Kong, the Hang Seng index rose 0.3% to 24,390.65.

In Australia, shares fell after data showed that the country’s unemployment rate jumped to a decade high. The jobless rate jumped to 6.4% from 6.1%, levels not seen since August 2002.

The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 ended down 0.4% to 5,743.6 – marking its fourth consecutive decline.

South Korean shares also headed down with the Kospi index closing down 0.2% at 1,941.63.

Shares of Korea Gas plunged 4.7% after the state utility reported a 32% decline in profits during the fourth quarter, well below forecasts.


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