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Articles from Japan Weekly Monitor (August 18, 2003)

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2ND LD: New condo supply in Tokyo area down in July. 252
3RD LD: Japan's April-June GDP up 0.6%. 622
Banks trying to get tougher with loan sharks. 461
Beer, 'happoshu' shipments hit record low for July. 270
Boy becomes Japan's 1st heatstroke patient to receive liver. 366
Cash bonds, futures prices fall in morning deals. 82
Cash bonds, futures prices fall slightly. 110
Cash bonds, futures prices fall. 91
Cash bonds, futures prices fall. 81
Cash bonds, futures prices rise in morning deals. 113
Corporate failures fall 23.7%, down for 7th straight month. 362
CORRECTED: Some brokerages start accepting orders at night... 388
Daido Life reports 1st quarter net profit of 4.8 bil. yen. 273
Dollar at lower 119 yen in early Tokyo trading. 180
Dollar at mid-118 yen in early Tokyo trading. 178
Dollar briefly falls to 118.38 yen on strong Japanese GDP. 397
Dollar falls to mid-118 yen in thin Tokyo trading. 416
Dollar hovers at lower 119 yen in early Tokyo deals. 142
Dollar hovers at mid-118 yen in early Tokyo trading. 152
Dollar moves around mid-118 yen level in Tokyo morning deals. 241
Dollar rises to 119 yen level in Tokyo morning deals. 213
Dollar seen trapped in narrow range next week in Tokyo. 421
Dollar stuck in lower 119 yen in quiet Tokyo trading. 406
Dollar stuck in lower-119 yen level in Tokyo morning deals. 234
Dollar up to 119 yen in Tokyo after FOMC keeps rate unchanged. 382
Ex-Yakult exec given 7-year prison term over bond dealings. 508
FOCUS: Corporations soulless in issuing quarterly results. 894
Furukawa Electric group net loss shrinks in April-June. 204
Gov't bonds to stay weak, focus on 20-year auction, stocks. 288
H.K. home loans in 'negative equity' hit record high. 289
Insurance units of Nissho Iwai, Nichimen to integrate. 86
LEAD: 1st-half U.S. trade deficit hits record high. 399
LEAD: BOJ members urged calm after July interest rate hikes. 430
LEAD: Ex-gangster held for allegedly overseeing loan sharks. 448
LEAD: Foreign net buying of Japan stocks hit record high. 227
LEAD: FSA orders OSE to partially halt operations for 3 months. 231
LEAD: Fukui backs FSA order on 15 banks to improve earnings. 556
LEAD: Japan economy stays flat in Aug. but on recovery path. 494
LEAD: Longer rainy season cuts July Tokyo dept. store sales. 178
LEAD: OSE's listing to be delayed until Feb. 335
LEAD: Seiyu to issue new shares worth 7.7 bil. yen. 257
LEAD: Tokyo stocks end up for 5th session on foreign buying. 482
LEAD: Tokyo stocks rise in morning, Nikkei tops 9,700 briefly. 466
M'bishi Paper sees 135 mil. yen group net profit in April-June. 201
Margin stock buying in Japan up for 9th straight week. 95
MOF to cut rates for state-backed lending institutions. 156
Moody's revises upward ratings outlook on Marubeni to stable. 106
Murata Mfg. incurs 20.2% fall in April-June group net profit. 174
Net assets of investment trusts rise in July for 3rd month. 100
Nikon posts 69 mil. yen April-June group net profit. 197
Nonresident investors remained net stock buyers last week. 193
Revised June industry output shows unchanged 1.2% fall. 146
S&P downs outlook on Dentsu's 'AA minus' rating to negative. 143
SMBC, Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance to form fund to buy bad loans. 155
Tokyo stocks climb on buying in steel, machinery issues. 492
Tokyo stocks mixed in morning, foreign buying offsets losses. 438
Tokyo stocks open higher after U.S. shares rise. 187
Tokyo stocks open higher on rises in U.S. shares, Japan's GDP. 225
Tokyo stocks open higher, Nikkei tops 10,000. 221
Tokyo stocks open lower after U.S. shares fall. 189
Tokyo stocks open slightly higher on dip buying. 211
Tokyo stocks rise for 3rd day on Japan's GDP data. 461
Tokyo stocks rise for 4th day on Wall Street gains, GDP. 504
Tokyo stocks rise in morning on dip buying. 431
Tokyo stocks rise in morning on Japan's GDP data. 430
Tokyo stocks seen firm next week amid economic recovery hopes. 616
TSE to require firms to disclose detailed earnings data. 215
U.S. dollar eases against yen in thin morning trading. 245
UFJ Holdings posts 132.2 bil. yen net profit in April-June. 235
Wholesale prices drop 0.7% in July, down for 35th month. 254
Yield on key 10-year issue rises to 1.045%. 105
Yield on key 10-year JGB issue rises to 1% in morning. 91
Yokogawa Electric posts net loss of 3.45 bil. yen. 122

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