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Tokyo stocks rebound on hopes Abe's departure won't change policy

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.....Or on hopes that it will!!!!

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Tokyo stocks rebound on hopes Abe's departure won't change policy

More proof that big business has been making money, while everyone else is suffering.

It makes no sense that stock markets in Japan and other countries are going up, when everything else seems to be going the opposite way!

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On the currency front .. the ¥en is too strong

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remove the word "policy" from the headline. That is more appropriate

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Was nice to see everything in my portfolio on the rise!

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Mitsubishi surged

Sumitomo soared

Marubeni jumped

Because Warren Buffett said he’s been buying them.

If only we could all make stock prices move like that, eh :)

Does make me wonder if these disclosure rules are necessarily right...

So long as Warren is buying and not selling, I guess it’s ok.

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Does make me wonder if these disclosure rules are necessarily right...

Just make sure you own less than 5% of any given stock.

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