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Posted in: Japan revises economic growth in first quarter downward See in context

Support the stock market by allow the international traders to short Yen relentlessly is equal to robbing the middle class to fund the businessmen

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Posted in: Yen slumps to upper 160 range against dollar despite intervention threat See in context

I shall buy in more yen from now on

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Posted in: Japan economy suffers worse-than-expected contraction of 0.5% See in context

Look, Yen depreciation is not necessarily helping the economy and high interest rates may not surprise inflation. The old school theory is not working on financial environment nowadays.

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Posted in: Japan economy suffers worse-than-expected contraction of 0.5% See in context

Look, Yen depreciation is not necessarily helping the economy and high interest rates may not surprise inflation. The old school theory is not working on financial environment nowadays.

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Posted in: Are U.S. interest rates high enough to beat inflation? The Fed will take its time to find out See in context

Good news. US Fed is not doing a better job than BOJ

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Posted in: More Japanese workers turning to job resignation services See in context

Perhaps, such services are only available in Japan.....

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Posted in: Private-sector advisers urge proper BOJ response to weak yen See in context

Don’t tell me that the Government don’t know that until the private say so

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Posted in: Japan says it will respond appropriately to disorderly yen movements See in context

Yen should go back to levels below 150

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Posted in: Japan says it will respond appropriately to disorderly yen movements See in context

I am holding my breath for the forceful responses to curb falling yen.....

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Posted in: Yen sinks to 158 range against dollar in New York See in context

BOJ celebrates the Shawo Day by allowing speculators push the Yen over 160? Open my eyes!

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Posted in: Yen sinks to 158 range against dollar in New York See in context

If the japan stock climbs over these months were really fueled by falling yen and yen borrowing at zero interest rate, people should start to worry as there was the first US bank failure this year over the weekend. Another wave of financial crisis is creeping toward the world financial market.

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Posted in: Yen sinks to 158 range against dollar in New York See in context

should not say you are fully ready to deal with rapid depreciation if you don’t prepare to do anything. It is a misrepresentation, criminal offense.

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Posted in: Yen sinks to 158 range against dollar in New York See in context

Agree. It is obviously the BOJ do it intentionally. He could do just a statement to reverse the falling trend but he did applause the depreciating yen for bringing benefits to the economy. He had effectively spray gasoline to a wildfire.

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Posted in: Yen sinks to 158 range against dollar in New York See in context

Be honest, no one can be proud his country if its currency is felling like a stone.

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Posted in: Yen sinks to 158 range against dollar in New York See in context

History happens again and again. I can recall at least three times in the history that the MOF had kept on jawboning his concerns and closely watching the falling currency with urgency but then just stop and let the Yen fall freely.

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Posted in: Bank of Japan keeps interest rates unchanged despite pressure over weak yen See in context

i think the BOJ has the misunderstanding. Free-falling yen will not be a good thing to the economy in any case. Who will actually spend earlier than later because of the yen is rapid falling?

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Posted in: Bank of Japan keeps interest rates unchanged despite pressure over weak yen See in context

I am expecting the phrases:- Watching closely with high emergency, ready to take actions, etc., but it is so quiet this afternoon. Everyone is scratching his head.

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Posted in: Bank of Japan keeps interest rates unchanged despite pressure over weak yen See in context

Mum... keeping interest rate 0% is fine but just letting the Yen free-falling should not be a wise move.

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Posted in: Bank of Japan keeps interest rates unchanged despite pressure over weak yen See in context

Yen fell from 140 to currently 157 (11% in 4 months) while the economy is improving according to data?

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Posted in: Japan says 'all options' on table to counter excessive yen moves See in context

Anyhow, intentionally deflating one's currency to boost its economy is not a solution.

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Posted in: Kishida describes BOJ's policy shift as appropriate See in context

Yen is falling again.........

Seem like the economy is still dependent on Yen depreciation

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Posted in: Japan household spending falls 2.8% in September as wages slide See in context

Inflation by devaluation of Yen can help corporation raises wages and people spend more?

I don’t understand pls

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Posted in: Japan's real wages fall in June for 15th month under inflation See in context

If not, where does the profit of corporation come from?

Japan workers are the best

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Posted in: Japan inflation slows to 3.2% in May See in context

scratching my head? Why 2% is just right? 2.5% or 3.5% or 4% is not acceptable?

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Posted in: Bank of Japan sticks to ultra-loose monetary policy See in context

It is so interesting that Japan became the only country with no inflation.

Possible?

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Posted in: Japan logs record trade deficit of ¥3.5 tril in January See in context

The worse to Yen is over or not over yet?

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Posted in: Yen, inflation at levels unseen in decades not likely to sway BOJ See in context

Again, I think the argument of BOJ is totally insane.

Why they can expect the inflation rate will return to below 2%? US is still at nowhere to curb with their inflation.

There is no correction of interest rate and wages.

BOJ has been fighting for raising the economy over the last 20 years. If BOJ’s predictions and policies are so fuburous, why the economy is still stagnant today?

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Posted in: Yen falls to 150 level against U.S. dollar See in context

150.91 ……. no urgency now.

It will go to 200 anyhow

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Posted in: Yen falls to 150 level against U.S. dollar See in context

150.87 watching watching watching

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Posted in: Yen falls to 150 level against U.S. dollar See in context

150.77 now. Watching

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