Recent Quotes (30 days)

You have no recent quotes
chg | %

Japanese Yen news

  
Showing stories 1 - 10 of about 67   

Articles published

Japanese Yen To Appreciate Further As BoJ Maintains Current Policy
The Japanese Yen continued to appreciate against its U.S. counterparts as positive real interest rates in Japan increases the appeal of the low-yielding currency, and we may see the USDJPY track lower in the week ahead should the Bank of Japan preserve ...
The Importance of the Japanese Yen and Its Relation to the US Dollar
MINYANVILLE ORIGINAL As this bull market continues to mature, it's not a bad time to consider ways to diversify away from strictly equity trades and into ancillary markets that hold promise.
Toyota Expands Canada Manufacturing As Hedge Against Strong Yen
The strength of the Japanese yen has continued to push major Japanese manufacturers to shift production abroad, a trend exemplified by Toyota Motor Corporation's (NYSE: TM) announcement Tuesday it will spend $100 million to increase Lexus production ...
Lexus to Make More SUVs in Canada  Wall Street Journal
Toyota plans to build more Lexus SUVs in Canada  INAUTONEWS
Japanese Electronics Warranties:
We're keeping the amounts they spend on warranties in their native currencies, which in the case of these four companies is of course the Japanese yen. If we converted everything into dollars, there would be a different exchange rate each year. And ...
Strong yen weighs on Japan stocks
The strong yen is weighing down the Japanese stock market, Naomi Fink, a Tokyo-based strategist for Jefferies, tells the BBC.
The Three Safest Ways to Invest in Japan
In this case, the yen is the one thing that can undermine an investment in Japanese stocks right now. And the yen's been remarkably strong, rising almost 35% over the last five years versus the U.S. dollar. But given Japan's colossal debt-to-GDP ratio, ...
Tokyo stocks 0.62% higher in early trade  Inquirer.net (blog)
Japan Property Billionaire Mori Bets $202 Million on China
“Japan's environment is getting difficult; I want to build a company that is willing to take risks,” said Mori, 76, in an interview in Tokyo.
Corporate Japan: Back on track
Armed with a strong yen and spurred into action by last year's tsunami, Japan's companies are expected to post an even greater total this year, according to Dealogic, a research firm.
Stop blaming Fukushima on Japan's culture
More than a year has passed since tragedy struck the Tohoku region of Japan. A huge earthquake and tsunami left 20,000 people dead and missing, hundreds of thousands homeless, and resulted in a nuclear accident at Fukushima that ranks with Chernobyl ...
Japan baseball exports to MLB striking it big in US
Far away from Kansas City in the US state of Missouri, die-hard Japanese baseball fans gathered around their television sets earlier this week to watch the 83rd Major League Baseball All-Star Game.