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Nikkei closes above 24,000 for 1st time in 14 months

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due to the stimulus , the super big fake money package injected in the economy.

the day before the darkness...

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Good news for some and some can see the good news while others only see darkness.

Many currencies rising against the yen today too, UK pound & NZ$ to mention a couple, good for some doing business out of Japan.

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My Nikkei 225 index fund is one my best investments.

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It's gonna go up up up!

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What a startling effect the Conservative win is having across the world!

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Excellent news! While the brilliant win by British Trump helps, there is simply huge confidence in the Japanese economy, and Japanese companies.

With the Olympics coming up also, 2020 will be a great boom year for Nikkei. 30,000 this time in 2020!!

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Abenomics in action guys.

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"Abenomics in action guys."

Ha ha ha ha ha! Oh, that's a gut-buster!

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Irrational exuberance. To quote Allan Greenspan.

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"Abenomics in action guys."

Lots of investors think so. They've been on CNBC, Bloomberg, etc. over the past couple of years saying the corporate governance standards and other measures under Abenomics enabling the shift toward shareholder capitalism have made Japan a much better place to invest.

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Looks like the Nikkei loves the impeachment proceedings......

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