zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 04/01/2015 06:57 -0400
It has been another whiplash, rollercoaster, illiquid session which saw US equity futures tumble early overnight driven by a bout of USDJPY and Nikkei selling, only to regain all losses as European, and BIS, traders walked in, and promptly BTFD. In fact at last check, it […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 02/03/2015 09:19
Much was said about the outperformance of the Nikkei relative to other asset classes in various months in 2014. Outperformance in Yen terms that is: for 2014 the Nikkei was actually down in USD terms. However, somehow we doubt if as much will be said about January’s […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 12/29/2014 07:09 -0500
Up until the Greek presidential vote made headline news, the biggest event of the day was not the full-blown bubble levitation in the Shanghai Composite which rose another 0.33% to a fresh 4 year high of 3,168 on expectations the recent PBOC targated intervention will […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 12/07/2014 21:05
Remember when that absolute disaster of a Q3 GDP print hit Japan and the world of talking-heads proclaimed… “yeah, but.. capex revisions and stuff and things will make it all better” or some such nonsense? Well that’s exactly what it was – utter nonsense. Going entirely the […]
marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / November 20, 2014
This Great Graphic show the dollar against the yen (white line) and the Nikkei (yellow line), since the eve of the election that swept the LDP back into power in Japan, and heralded Abenomics.
It shows the two track each other, and sometimes, link […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 11/06/2014 06:38 -0500
Late last night, everything was going great, or horribly wrong depending on whether one still has some frontal lobe neurons left after years of indoctrination at Keynes U, and the USDJPY was soaring, levitating slowly at first then surging and touching 115.50, just 450 pips from […]
globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com / By Mike “Mish” Shedlock / October 31, 2014
“Whatever it Takes” Japanese Style
It’s a world truly gone mad.
In a surprise move today, the Bank of Japan announced further quantitative easing, dominated by long-term Japanese government bonds. The BoJ also announced it and would triple annual purchases of exchange traded […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 10/31/2014 11:51
You asked for it, and here it is: Dennis Gartman’s take on the Great Nikkei “price target”
THE YEN HAS VIOLENTLY PLUNGED… VERY VIOLENTLY… and the Nikkei has soared, and they should given the “double barrel” announcements from the Bank of Japan and from the Japanese […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 10/02/2014 03:14 -0400
Define irony. Literally hours after financial entertainment outlet CNBC wrote an article in which it said that “As fourth quarter kicks off, there’s one market in Asia that has investors excited: Japan” the Nikkei crashed.
First, some more humor from CNBC, which quotes JPM who […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 10/01/2014 09:50
When it comes to asset returns, September, and the entire third quarter for that matter, belonged to Asia.
Technically, it belonged to Asian central banks, because while the rest of the world generated weak returns in the past month, the two best performing asset classes were […]
wolfstreet.com / Wolf Richter / September 19, 2014
As long as major stock indices around the world keep soaring (forget for a moment the carnage in smaller stocks), and as long as bonds trade at near all-time highs, and as long as the yield of dubious government debt is close to zero or […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 08/14/2014 09:29
While the mainstream media has become used to the daily buying of bonds by The Fed, mention that they are buying ‘stocks’ and suddenly one is labeled a conspiracy theory wonk – despite 1) the fact that they are, and 2) they have admitted that […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 06/02/2014 13:25
US equities dipped after the initial ISM data (and construction spending miss) as did USDJPY but soon after things began to levitate in their new normal manner as bad news is clearly pent-up good news in the future. By the time the ISM admitted its error – […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 06/02/2014 07:03 -0400
It took a precisely 0.1 beat in the Chinese Manufacturing PMI over the weekend (50.8 vs Exp. 50.7) for the USDJPY and the Nikkei to forget all about last week’s abysmal Japanese economic data and to send the Nikkei soaring by 2.1% to […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 05/30/2014 07:03 -0400
Last night’s docket of atrocious Japanese economic data inexplicably managed to push the Nikkei lower, not because the data was ugly but because the scorching inflation – the highest since 1991 – mostly driven by import costs, food and energy as a result […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 05/21/2014 06:55 -0400
Another right of perfectly round number supports: while the Shanghai Composite once again dipped below 2000 overnight to as low as 1991 only to close modestly higher, and the Nikkei followed suit, also sliding below the psychological support level of 14,000 to an […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 05/19/2014 07:00 -0400
It was supposed to be a blistering Mega Merger Monday following the news of both AT&T’a purchase of DirecTV and Pfizer’s 15% boosted “final” offer for AstraZeneca. Instead it is shaping up to be not only a dud but maybe a drubbing, with […]
marketoracle.co.uk / By: Jonathan_Davis / May 17, 2014 – 08:24 PM GMT
In 1989 The Nikkei index touched just short of 40,000.
Today it’s around 14,000.
There is an almost 100% inverse correlation in the relationship between the ¥ and the Japanese stock market. Thus, as the ¥ rises […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 05/16/2014 07:07 -0400
The perfectly expected if completely irrational overnight ramp in various Yen carry pairs tried, and failed, and both the USDJPY and EURJPY were tumbling to overnight lows as we go to print. This is happening despite a rout in India in which Narendra […]
goldsilver.com / MAY 09, 2014
Abenomics Is Japan’s Latest Effort To Escape A Deflationary Collapse. Clem Chambers, CEO of ADVFN, says Japan’s benchmark Nikkei index may fall below 10,000 points if Prime Minister Abe fails to raise inflation.