Tokyo stocks end at 31-year high on vaccination efforts, new gov't hope


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Historically, the Japan stock markets go down when a PM announces retirement. This historic high shows just how much Suga was disliked not only by the general public, as polls have shown, but by the business community, as well.

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Only in Japan!!! Lol lol lol lol lol lol lol

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strong buying by foreign investors … as it raised hopes that Suga's successor will craft a fresh stimulus package, brokers said.

Well I hope for the sake of taxpayers that this doesn’t turn out to be the case, but it looks like typical redistribution of wealth by central government again.

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Huge amounts of cash pumped into the market have nothing to do with it, of course.

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After a long downturn of international economy due to Covid-19, investors are eager to put their money on anything that has a chance to grow, even slim ones.

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Huge amounts of cash pumped into the market have nothing to do with it, of course.

From people like Warren Buffett. What does he know, eh?

A fund manager was on Bloomberg recently saying they really like Japan, as it faces no prospect of tightening.

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Nissan and Olympus shares, anyone? (Not that I have any to sell)

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