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Posted in: Yen tumbles to lower 144 range against U.S. dollar See in context

Obviously inflation will not boost domestic wage

Really don’t know what the deliberate depreciation of Yen can acheive

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Posted in: Japan aims to expand size of circular economy to ¥80 tril by 2030 See in context

A big plan worth supporting by every japanese if he/she can survive the current inflation waves

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Posted in: Japan July core consumer prices up 2.4%; biggest rise in 7.5 years See in context

Demand in Japan will only shrinks further with depreciating Yen while the population is decreasing and getting age.

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Posted in: Bank of Japan sticks to easing, raises inflation forecast See in context

Rate hike is not a mean for defending Yen?

So, what will be the plan? Let it drop to 150 to USD and everyone will be enjoying he “benefits” of cheap Yen?

Just out of my imagination

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Posted in: Yen falls to fresh 24-year low against dollar See in context

Thanks to our BOJ

a free fall to 139.3 now

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Posted in: Wholesale prices in Japan jump 9.2% as imports see record surge See in context

What’s going on?

I USD to 139 YEN ? People say they are worry of the rapid falling Yen but just sit there?

Only allowing a minor raise of -0.1% yield will be good enough to reverse the trend.

What are they doing?

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Posted in: Wholesale prices in Japan jump 9.2% as imports see record surge See in context

In fact, I don’t see anyone can really benefit from massive depreciation of Yen as LDP insists of the negative interest rate.

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Posted in: Food prices rising in Japan; cooking oil up 1.5-fold on year See in context

I don’t understand why Japan puts the inflation target on top of everything.

In fact, many indexes need/worth to be monitored at the same time.

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Posted in: Food prices rising in Japan; cooking oil up 1.5-fold on year See in context

So why the official inflation rate is just 2% according to the BOJ?

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Posted in: U.S. keeps Japan on currency watch list; warns against intervention See in context

Oh, Germany is also on the list? Germany depreciated Euro?

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Posted in: Yen sinks to 20-year low against dollar See in context

With this speed, Yen can sink to 140 in a week……

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Posted in: Yen sinks to 20-year low against dollar See in context

Deliberate devaluation of own currency is not helping Japan.

The policy has been running for a decade. The main issues of japan are the aging, reducing population, conservative immigration policies, inefficient government…….. Currency value and interest rates ranked at the bottom of the market list

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Posted in: Yen sinks to 20-year low against dollar See in context

I don’t understand why recession in US will further push yen to 150.

Would you explain?

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Posted in: Monetary tightening not suitable at all: BOJ chief Kuroda See in context

The main factor hurting the economy is politics…. Can’t imagine that this guy has been failing for a decade remains leading the BOJ.

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Posted in: Monetary tightening not suitable at all: BOJ chief Kuroda See in context

This guy will end his term soon. Under his brilliant policy, the economy of Japan is still stagnant. For sure, he will not make any change. Too late to make any changes. Let’s see. 135 is coming

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Posted in: IMF says yen's rapid slide may hamper Japan's post-pandemic recovery See in context

Only 3rd world countries would try to achieve economic growth through depreciation of their own currencies. World leaders? Japan is definitely not one of them

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Posted in: As BOJ diverges from peers, yen weakness a tolerance test See in context

BOJ keeps the monetary policy that has been proved not really working for decades. Is it stupidity?

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Posted in: BOJ in dilemma as Ukraine crisis raises specter of price hikes See in context

Japan is the only country which has deliberately devalue its own currency for decades. The end result is robbing money from pockets of its citizens.

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Posted in: 84% of firms in Japan see economic growth in 2022, survey shows See in context

Japan government only know to allow depreciation of Yen to stimulate growth.

If it really works, why the economy keeps stagnant for decades

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Posted in: A look at what's at stake in Dec 14 election See in context

Is restarting nuclear plants a must?

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Posted in: In Japan's fading hinterland, skeptics doubt 'Abenomics' will help economy See in context

Sorry guys. Abenomics is nothing but a way leading most people holding the government bonds and the middle-to-lower class people to bankrupt. These guys are still believing the destroy and relive in a better future.... those are only found in Comics.

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