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Japan, China to Launch Yen-Yuan Direct Trading
Direct trading between the Chinese yuan and Japanese yen, without using the U.S. dollar as an intermediate currency, is part of a broad agreement reached last year to reinforce financial ties between the world's second- and third-largest economies, and ...
Japanese earthquake and strong yen cause Toshiba's profits to halve
Toshiba said its social infrastructure division, whose products include street lights, grew in the year to March 31, but sales of digital and electronic devices such as televisions fell due to "the impacts of sharp yen appreciation, the Great East ...
Kyle Bass's Most Famous Trade Is A Disaster, And It Is Never Going To Work Out
He's convinced that it's only a matter of time before the country implodes in a massive sovereign debt crisis that sends bond yields soaring, while the yen becomes worth less than confetti. Back in early 2010, there was a story about how he took out a ...
Trading the Dragon: GBPJPY
The British Pound - Japanese Yen currency pair is a volatile offering that presents traders with potentially large moves in price relative to many other pairings.
Weaken, dammit!
WITH their overnight-lending rates at zero for most of the past decade, the Japanese public long ago stopped caring about interest rates.
In escape from Japan doomsday, capital takes flight
His firm is part of a cottage industry that has sprung up to help worry-prone Japanese savers get out of the yen and find property overseas that could serve as a safe haven in a financial disaster.
Japan at a Crossroads Over Nuclear Revival or Greener Path  Yale Environment 360
The Safe Haven Trade: EURJPY
The Euro - Japanese yen currency pair is another Euro cross often associated with strong trends. This pair is the quintessential risk on, risk off currency combination that is often noted for its correlation to US stock indices.
Japanese family's average savings: US$207000
TOKYO, Japan (AFP) - The average Japanese family has 16.64 million yen ($207,000) in savings, according to official data, more than twice the average annual salary in the nation of 128 million.
Japanese families have an average savings of over $200000  The Japan Daily Press
Japanese economy bounces back
Japanese economy bounces back. Growing domestic demand and a rise in exports helped the Japanese economy bounce back from natural disasters and the yen's strength, posting forecast-beating growth of 1pc in the three months to March. Growing ...
Sony reports record loss amid disasters and strong yen
Japanese electronics maker Sony has reported a record annual loss as natural disasters last year and a strong yen hurt its earnings.