McHikes: Japanese Shoppers Fear Food Inflation

April 26 (Bloomberg) -- While Japanese exporters are celebrating a weaker yen, the country's shoppers are keeping a close eye on their food bills. As Aika Nanao reports, after years of stressing about deflation, some now fear prices are rising far too quickly. (Source: Bloomberg)

Aberdeen's Hickmore Says ECB Will Change Tone by June
13:25 - Luke Hickmore, senior investment manager at Aberdeen Asset Management, discusses the ECB's inflation challenge and the EU's Brexit Unity. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe." (Source: Bloomberg)
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