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Why Japanese Yen ETFs are in Free Fall
The Japanese yen exchange traded fund has been on an extended losing streak as the yen currency drops to a 11-month low against the dollar on higher optimism over Greece's financials and improvements in the U.S.
Nikkei rally comes up against the 10000 test  Financial Times
Factbox: BOJ's tool kit to beat deflation, support economy  Reuters
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.
9 Dream Destinations Where the Dollar is Strong  Investing Answers
Yen hedging and a (fiscal) New Year party
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 ...
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 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 ...
Japan quake: Loss and recovery in numbers
Twelve months after north-eastern Japan was shaken by a 9.0 magnitude earthquake and inundated by tsunami waters, Lucy Rodgers looks at the scale of the disaster and how much progress the country has made towards recovery.
Japan tsunami anniversary: revisiting Rikuzentakata, the town 'wiped off ...
Japan Alpine Region Wants Foreign Visitors to Return  Voice of America
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 ...
Easing into a long yen
... risk assets and the effects of foreign investors wanting to increase their exposure to the equity market are likely to outweigh any selling of Japanese bonds - investors will move out of bonds into equities in search of higher returns - and the yen ...
Japan: Samurai bonds maintain their strength
Not that the market for samurai - yen-denominated debt issued in Japan by foreign companies and governments - needed much of a fillip.
Instant View: Japan Q4 GDP revised up to -0.2 percent quarter/quarter
Japan's current account balance swung to a deficit of 437.3 billion yen ($5.41 billion) in January, more than the median estimate for a record 317.8 billion yen deficit as exports sank at the start of the year. JPCURA=ECI. COMMENTARY: NORIO MIYAGAWA ...
Japan's National Budget: Time to Give Up on Keynesianism