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Japanese Yen to Lose Ground as Fiscal Year Ends, Deflation Persists
The Japanese Yen had a stronger week, finishing first among the majors in terms of performance versus the U.S. Dollar, up 1.31 percent since last Friday.
Why Japanese Yen ETFs are in Free Fall
CurrencyShares Japanese Yen Trust (NYSEArca: FXY) was down 0.9% Friday. The fund has lost 5.6% over the past month. In comparison, the a ProShares UltraShort Yen ETF (NYSEArca: YCS) was up 2.0% Friday and 11.9% higher over the past month.
Nikkei rally comes up against the 10000 test  Financial Times
Japan's economic crisis is a cautionary tale for the United States  Washington Post
Japanese Yen Has Scope to Extend Gains on Global Slowdown Fears
The Japanese Yen managed to regain its footing last week as global stock prices recorded their worst performance in over three months.
Majors Consolidate against US Dollar; Japanese Yen Depreciation Ongoing
Higher yielding currencies and risk-correlated assets rallied took a small step backwards on Tuesday after posting solid gains each of the past two trading sessions.
The Yen's Looming Day of Reckoning: Andy Xie
The following is an opinion piece from Caixin, a Beijing-based media group specializing in Asia business news and financial information.
Japanese ETFs And Currency Hedging
Over the past few years, investors that have taken a chance on the iShares MSCI Japan Index (NYSEArca: EWJ) have been rewarded by the appreciating yen against the U.S. dollar. As the yen has started to weaken, exchange traded funds that hedge foreign ...
FOREX-Yen rises into Japanese fiscal year-end
Short yen positions vulnerable to further shakeout. * Euro inches up but stays below previous day's 1-mth high. By Neal Armstrong.
Bank Of Japan And Intervention  Seeking Alpha
9 Dream Destinations Where the Dollar is Strong  Investing Answers
Japan: One year after the quake and tsunami
However, aggressive moves by Japan's central bank could help the recovery. The Bank of Japan has set a specific inflation target of 1% and has committed to more monetary easing.
Rebuilding Japan: After the deluge
One Year Later, Japan City Sees Light—in a Long Tunnel  Wall Street Journal
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The following argument is pegged on the end of the Japanese financial year on March 31 and its potential impact on the yen. Now, it seems there are always a few old market myths thrown around at this time of year. The number one offender is the idea ...
Japanese retail investors play it safe
On the demand side, investors have been clinging to domestic assets amid fears over the eurozone crisis, partly from a belief that the Japanese yen would only strengthen. And on the supply side, distributors of Toshin have pulled in their horns ...