Nikkei tops 15,000 for highest finish since Dec 2007


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In comparison could the employment figures be shown alongside these gains. Share rises only benefit shareholders and companies, not the unemployed. But if we are led to believe that this situation makes it beneficial for Japanese companies, then surely the unemployment figures should show considerable adjustments downward. I look forward to seeing these adjusted employment figures.

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just feast your eyes on this highest level and ignore numerous stimulus packages worth trillions of yen, current easy monetary policy and mounting debts !

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What goes up must come down, and the higher it goes, the harder the fall.

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Yay for the bankers? As usual the market has no correlation at all with actual economic fundamentals.

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The higher the mountain, the deeper the valley.

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Gains based on printing????

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