Column: Abolition of YCC, which is highly difficult, BOJ needs to be prepared for paradigm change = Hideo Kumano | Reuters

Hideo Kumano Chief Economist, Dai-ichi Life Research Institute [Tokyo 26th]- Soon the name of the new governor of the Bank of Japan will be revealed. The normalization of monetary policy that person must undertake is likely to be an extremely bumpy road. Perhaps his five-year term will not be enough, and it may take more … Read more

Column: After ‘buying the yen for speculation’, is it a comeback to ‘selling the yen for actual demand’ = Mr. Daisuke Karakama | Reuters

Daisuke Karakama Mizuho Bank Chief Market Economist [Tokyo, 24th]- Looking at the yen position in the IMM currency futures trading, which is often the focus of speculative movements in the foreign exchange market, as of January 17, 2023, it is a net sell of $ 2.24 billion. there is This is the smallest net short … Read more

Outlook for 2023: Yen appreciation called by Japan-US monetary policy “ vector reversal ”, 110 yen = Yasuya Ueno | Reuters

Yasunari Ueno Mizuho Securities Chief Market Economist [Tokyo, 3rd]- The biggest shock to financial markets in 2022 was the monetary policies of the US and European central banks, including the US Federal Reserve Board (FRB). The biggest shock to the financial markets in 2022 was the monetary policy of the US and European central banks, … Read more

Outlook for 2023: The structure of the rising dollar, rising risk of yen appreciation = Osamu Takashima | Reuters

Osamu Takashima Citigroup Securities Chief FX Strategist TOKYO (2nd) – The dollar/yen, which approached 152 yen in October 2022, fell sharply in November following the release of the US Consumer Price Index (CPI), which suggests that inflation has eased. Expectations that the U.S. Federal Reserve (Fed) will ease its pace of monetary tightening have risen … Read more

The liquidity of local stocks is about 6.6 billion dirhams within a week

Abu Dhabi (WAM) The local stock markets attracted a liquidity of about 6.6 billion dirhams during the trading week ending yesterday, with most of it concentrated on major stocks in the financial, banking and real estate sectors. Liquidity was distributed by 5.56 billion dirhams in the Abu Dhabi Securities Market and 1.02 billion dirhams in … Read more

The Standard & Poor’s 500 ends a 5-session losing streak

close The S&P 500 is higher on Thursday, ending a five-session losing streakas investors pushed the index higher after interpreting the data of the increase in weekly jobless claims as a sign of a slowdown in the pace of raising interest rates soon. Wall Street’s main indices have come under pressure in recent days, with … Read more

Column: Next year’s Japanese stocks face global recession risk and yen appreciation = Norihiro Fujito | Reuters

Norihiro Fujito, Chief Investment Strategist, Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities [Tokyo 7th]- Powell, Chairman of the US Federal Reserve Board (FRB), has a wide range of policy stances. Until last year, he consistently repeated his view that “high prices are temporary” and that “we can be patient with rate hikes.” However, signs of change emerged … Read more

US President Biden, not worried about strong dollar “The lack of growth in other countries is a problem” | Reuters

PORTLAND, Oregon (Reuters) – U.S. President Joe Biden said on Thursday that he is not worried about the strength of the dollar, saying he is open to a strong dollar. He said he was concerned about the economic situation in countries other than the United States. “In the U.S. economy, the domestic situation is very … Read more

South Korean authorities continue to sell dollars the day before Defend psychological milestone | Reuters

According to multiple dealers on Sept. 16, the Korean foreign exchange authorities are selling the dollar for the second day in a row to support the won. Pictured are South Korean won and US dollar bills. FILE PHOTO: Seoul, December 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea’s foreign exchange regulator sold the dollar for … Read more

Column: Huge trade deficit is feared to be permanent, a factor to promote yen depreciation | Reuters

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s August trade deficit hit a record high for a single month. If this pace continues, 2022 is likely to reach a record high for a calendar year. The question is whether this deficit is temporary or has become a permanent trend. Unfortunately, there is an increasing possibility that the recording of … Read more