If Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe were to call a snap election, it could extend the country's stock rally, but analysts say it would undermine confidence in his ability to put the economy back on a stable path in the longer-run.
Japanese policymakers have revealed surprise plans to pump more stimulus into the economy, triggering widespread cheer among international investors.
Daiwa Securities Group has closed its London principal-trading desk for convertible bonds as Japan’s second-largest brokerage reviews the profitability of its operations abroad.
Microsoft have commented on their Japanese launch of the Xbox One.
Now in its 18th year, the Tokyo Game Show has seen out many revolutions in the games industry.
Sony will not pay a dividend for the first time in its 56-year history as a public company after it warned that troubles at its smartphone division will push it into an annual loss of more than ¥230bn (£1.3bn).
Microsoft's flagship consoles isn't doing well in Japan.
A push for growth in the US.
Mizuho Financial Group plans to encourage equity research analysts to become investment bankers as Japan’s third-largest banking group competes for business arranging share sales and advising on mergers.