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  • Falling Japanese Yen as Canary of a Changing World Order

    The collapse of the Japanese yen continues, and so far, there are no signs of a trend reversal. The rise in the Yen is often linked to capital flight from risky assets, and the weakening is a sign of increased demand for risky assets. But that explanation hardly fits with what is happening now. We…

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  • Japanese Yen Steadies

    March has been a sea of red for the Japanese yen, as USD/JPY has soared 5.04% this month. The currency is steady on Wednesday, after breaking above the 121 line earlier in the day. Rate differential weighing on yen The yen took a double-punch in the ribs on Tuesday, as USD/JPY jumped 1.14%. Central bankers drove…

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  • Bank of Japan Will Not Keep Yen from Falling

    The Japanese yen has fallen for the third week in a row, and the amplitude of this decline has become rather scary on Tuesday. It seems yen traders’ stop-lines have been blown as the markets have become increasingly aware of the monetary authorities’ reaction to inflation and the outlook for the balance of payments. In…

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