Japan stocks edge down as yen keeps climbing


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Get used to it... this is going to continue until the BoJ starts dumping yen on the market.

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BOJ action not needed now. First wait for overseas demand for j-products then let J-auto-electronic makers restart the production and hire employees...! Should the need arise BOJ may intervene and buy unwanted US$.

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Toshiba and Fujitsu ask employees to quit 2nd job,this is good news that global economy/N225 is getting better.

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Where and when will it stop? My guess March 15th 2011 at 79 yen to $1 slow and gradual

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if the yen rises through the summer it'll be great for me!

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"if the yen rises through the summer it'll be great for me!"

Must be you don't work for my company.

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Japan stocks will not see a growth until U.S. economy improves. Japanese government should review and see if there might be a possiblity of lowering the capital gain tax on sales of stocks. The changes are neccesary for wealthy seniors and young professionals who are looking for stock investment options.

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