Kuroda Says BOJ Doesn’t See Asset Bubbles Forming

March 21 (Bloomberg) -- Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda talks about global and domestic inflation expectations, asset-bubble risks and monetary policy. Kuroda responds to questions following his speech at the London School of Economics. Jon Danielsson and Stuart Corbridge of the London School of Economics moderate. (This is the Q&A portion of the event. Source: Bloomberg)
Medical Marijuana Company Enters ASX via Back Door
58:31 - With Australia’s economy slowing, the country is encouraging local and foreign companies to consider entering the equity market by acquiring a publicly traded company. Paul Allen reports on the growing trend for reverse takeovers. (Source: Bloomberg)
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