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Last call for fish
Japanese currencies lay in a basket at a shop at the Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo on Friday, Dec. 30.
 
Japan's consumer prices fell for the ninth straight month in November, official data showed Tuesday, while household spending declined and unemployment ticked up.
 
Bank of Japan lifts view of economy
The Bank of Japan on Tuesday lifted its view of the economy for the first time in over a year, as the sliding yen boosts exports, offering some hope for Tokyo's stuttering growth program.
 
Japan surpassed China in October as the largest foreign owner of U.S. Treasury securities, the first time the countries have swapped places in nearly two years. Total foreign holdings fell for a fourth month.
 
Japan ratifies trade pact that US plans to dump
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe won parliamentary approval Friday for ratification of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, despite U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's plan to withdraw from the 12-nation trade pact.
 
Budget with a beat
This photo taken Wednesday, Dec. 7 shows a colorful plane from budget carrier Peach Airlines featuring a blow-up photograph of famous Japanese band Ketsumeishi.
 
Japan's factory output ticked up in October, expanding for the third month in a row, government data showed Wednesday.
 
Japan's public pension fund, the world's biggest, said Friday it has swung back from huge losses, providing some respite after coming under fire for moving a chunk of its bond-heavy portfolio into riskier equities.
 
Torinoichi festival in Tokyo
A customer holds a "Kumade," or "good luck rake," during Torinoichi festival at Hanazono Shrine in Tokyo, Wednesday, Nov. 23. At the festival, many street stalls sell kumades decorated with lucky charms that bring in prosperous business and good fortune.
 
Japanese stocks extended their recent rally Monday as the U.S. dollar consolidated gains against the yen, with investors betting on a U.S. interest rate rise next month.
 
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