The TVs-to-nuclear conglomerate is scrambling for cash to stay in business as a multi-billion-dollar hole has emerged in its nuclear business.
Many central banks, like the BoJ, the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank, have adopted unconventional monetary easing steps since the global financial crisis in 2008.
The Omaha, Nebraska-based conglomerate also owns roughly 90 companies such as the BNSF railroad, Geico car insurance and Dairy Queen ice cream.
The Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR) is just one of two studies that the US central bank conducts yearly.
Emaar Properties posted its full-year earnings today, marking a 28 per cent increase over its $1.11 billion earnings in 2015. Sales rose 14 per cent to $4.23 billion in 2016.
Inflation has remained persistently below the Fed's 2 per cent target for several years and Ms Yellen said it was "reassuring" that market-based measures of inflation compensation had recently risen, though she noted they remain low.
Toshiba, which makes everything from televisions to nuclear reactors, has had a rocky few years.
Faster US growth and low unemployment could lead to more US interest rate hikes, while inflation in the United States has begun to approach the threshold which would also trigger monetary tightening, she said.
In his weekly address to the nation, Donald Trump also said that he is working on a major tax reform which would massively reduce taxes of American workers and businesses.
The complex mathematical formulas are playing a growing role in all walks of life: from detecting skin cancers to suggesting new Facebook friends, deciding who gets a job, how police resources are deployed, who gets insurance at what cost, or who is on a "no fly" list.
Revenue from Viacom's film business, which includes theatre and licensing, increased 24 per cent to $758 million from a year earlier. Analysts had expected revenue of $678.8 million, according to market research firm FactSet StreetAccount.
Ant, valued at about $60 billion after a $4.5 billion funding round last April, is set for an initial public offering (IPO), though the firm has not specified a timeframe or listing venue.
Banks in Italy have been struggling to deal with bad loans left behind by a deep recession, leading to a series of capital raisings and consolidation in the sector as Rome tries to steady confidence in the sector.
In dramatic scenes over the past week, outraged demonstrators flocked to airports to support refugees and migrants trapped there or unable to board flights to the United States.
Initially, 925 Twitter staff pulled together a donation of over $530,000. That was then matched by CEO Dorsey and Executive Chairman Omid Kordestani to take the total to $1.59 million, TechCrunch reported, citing a company-wide email.
The U.S. central bank said job gains remained solid, inflation had increased and economic confidence was rising, although it gave no firm signal on the timing of its next rate move.
The dollar index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of six major rivals, edged slightly higher to 99.679, moving away from a more than seven-week low of 99.430 plumbed on Tuesday.
Analysts on average had expected a profit of $1.31 per share on revenue of $8.51 billion, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S
The top leaders of some of the world's biggest companies have been quick to denounce President Donald Trump's temporary immigration ban, calling it un-American and bad for business.