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Market News Briefing – 08:45 (GMT+1)

The Japanese yen strengthened against the US dollar and at this time traded around 104 yen to the dollar, due to Japanese media reports, according to which the government of Japan will inject to the economics about 6 trillion yen (56.7 billion dollars)gradually in the coming years.

Japanese Yen

Notes From Underground: On Bondage to the Hallucinations of Global Policy Makers

Over the weekend there was a new and improved G-20 communique, which was supposed to offer reassurance that the primary economic decision makers have things under control. 892 more words


Market News Briefing – 15:30 (GMT+1)

Traders around the world are waiting anxiously for two major events to be held later in the week:
The interest rate and monetary policy of the US Federal Reserve and the interest rate announcement of the Bank of Japan. 37 more words

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Market News Briefing – 09:00 (GMT+1)

Japan released a data that indicate of a further weakening of exports, due to the strengthening of the Japanese yen in recent months .
According to data released today by Japan’s Finance Ministry, in June the exports of goods from Japan fell by 7.4%.

Japanese Yen

Market News Briefing – 15:00 (GMT+1)

The Euro getting stronger against the US dollar by 0.2% and was trading at about 1.1055 dollars to the Euro.
The Japanese yen weakened against the US dollar by 0.5% and was trading at about 105.43 yen to the dollar. 17 more words

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Notes From Underground: Japanese Elections, Italian Banks and May Day in the U.K.

Just some summary points as this year the summer doldrums will prove to be anything but:

1. The Japanese elections for the upper-house unfolded true to expectations but the impact of the win for P.M. 677 more words


Joe Chidley: When easy money fails, Japan tries the hard stuff

To quote Mel Brooks, “It’s good to be the king.” Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe could be forgiven for feeling the same way these days. 819 more words