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At a time when the world is facing a major financial disruption investors look for a safe haven for their money, and despite the economic backdrop the yen is seen as one of the safe havens, a place with little risk.
Paradoxically, the world's largest debtor nation, with negative interest rates and an ageing citizenry don't seem to gather the regular conditions for the country’s currency to spike, but that’s exactly what has been happening to the yen during this year.
Polls over the past year have shown that more than three quarters of the Japanese population have not benefited from Abenomics.
The economy is at a standstill, wages and household income are stagnant and deflationary pressures remains strong.
When it was first advertised, Abenomics filled the Japanese stakeholders with encouraging expectations over an economic rebound.
With too little changes in the economic situation, the current policy is gathering the acronym of the “welfare for the wealthy” - it only boosts Nikkei and Topix.
William Pesek [1] author of Japanization: What the World Can Learn from Japan’s Lost Decades (2015) stated by Jeff Kingston:
Abe’s catchy marketing campaign wowed a media establishment accustom
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Tasha_Mk 26 تشرين الاول

great

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k_morocco 26 تشرين الاول

very intersting

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Boznow 29 تشرين الاول

Bardzo interesujące

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Alexander22 31 تشرين الاول

good job

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Mani 17 تشرين الثاني

good job

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The yen is being traded with an unfavourable volatility. This is due to the negativity of the interest rate. Nikkei 225 index has fallen from 19,033 points at the beginning of the year till 15,960 points at the end of February. The recent sell off in equities is lightening that recent BOJ measures are short-lived, pointing out into further intervention.
Japan’s economy shrank 0.4% quarter on quarter in the last three months of 2015, dragged down by a fall in consumers spending and housing investment, failing 0.3% GDP (QoQ) shrinkage forecasted by analysts.
Reporting Mario Blascak and Matus Mader [1],
With the Japanese yen breaking to multi-year highs, the likelihood of further monetary stimulus from the Bank of
Japan (BoJ) rises.

Kuroda’s efforts enhanced in 2013 with a massive Q.Q.E. program to combat the 15-year long era of deflation are not providing the results yet predicted.
The recent downtrend in yen vs other major currencies is unwelcome, as it tightens the competiveness of Japan’s exports. It also pressures the unwanted Japanese imports purchase power, which unweighs in BOJ’s 2% targeted inflation.
Markets are questioning the effectiveness of negative interest rates to lift [/1]…
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Sveetlana 19 آذار

Very good article. Good luck!

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EliasOmar 22 آذار

great article .. keep going

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angelina_may 24 آذار

i like it)

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rajib217 25 آذار

Nice Article

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Olkiss70 31 آذار

excellent article!

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I didn’t expect to be writing this article so soon. The idea first came up after the Bank of Japan unexpectedly eased monetary policy on October 31st The BOJ increased its bond buying program from 70 to 80 trillion and tripled its ETF purchases from 1 to 3 trillion yen. The surprise move lead to a 292 pips rally in the USD/JPY and on October 31st the currency closed off the week at 112.32. In the next month the Yen continued to be sold aggressively and last Thursday the Dollar/Yen spiked at a high of 118.97. But let’s start from the beginning.
The Rise of Abenomics
The latest round of easing is a continuation of a BOJ policy started back in 2012. After coming to power in December of 2012, the current prime minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, started to implement a set of policies termed ‘’Abenomics’’. The aggressive policy changes involve radical quantitative easing, increase of public investment and structural reforms. Abe appointed Haruhiko Kuroda as head of the Bank of Japan with a mandate to generate 2 percent inflation. The inflation goal lead to the bank embarking on a massive buying spree during which the BOJ balance sheet almost doubled.
What’s Behind the Japanese Obsessio
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Convallium 30 تشرين الثاني

wonderful job!

fxigor avatar
fxigor 17 كانون الاول

I agree with this article.My aproach to forex market is technical but I agree that There Will be No Japanese Bailout.

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fxsurprise8 18 كانون الاول

fxigor glad you agree with me :)

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Durden 26 كانون الثاني

Good job

driven avatar
driven 3 ايار

Extremely well-written article. I think your long-term assessment is probably true, but there is always danger in making short-term predictions.

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