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Nikkei 225

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14,546.27 +157.50    (+1.09%)
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Market: Japan
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  • Open: 14,488.00
  • Day's Range: 14,459.29 - 14,546.27
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Second Quiet Day In FX But Volatility Looms
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 - Apr 22, 2014

Market Drivers for April 22, 2014 AU LEI bit better, AU government unhappy with RBA neutral bias Nikkei drop pulls USD/JPY back to 102.50 Nikkei -0.85% Europe 0.51% Oil $104/bbl Gold ...

 
The Long Tail Of Deflation
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 - Apr 22, 2014

It took the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 basically twenty five years (give or take a month) to recapture the nominal 1929 secular highs. With Japan's Nikkei now trading well into its ...

 
In Holiday Mode, Japan Stands Out
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 - Apr 21, 2014

Even if Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Europe were not on holiday today, developments in Japan might still have dominated. First Japan reported a record large trade deficit. The JPY1.446 ...

 
Forex: US Dollar Finds Support Amid Commodity Market Liquidation
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 - Apr 21, 2014

Talking Points: US Dollar Gains Amid Broad Liquidation Across Commodity Markets Follow-Through on Overnight Moves to be Tested as Liquidity Returns Yen Drops, Nikkei Gains as Soft Trade Data Drives...

 
World Markets Weekend Update: Japan, The US And Europe Advance
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 - Apr 21, 2014

This past week, holiday-shortened for most indexes, was generally positive, with the Japan's hyper-volatile Nikkei taking the top spot with a 3.98% advance. That's impressive, but far short of ...

 
Currency Outlook: Ranges Persist But Sterling Is Exceptional
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 - Apr 20, 2014

The US dollar rose against all the major currencies last week, except the British pound, which was lifted by a strong employment report and a tick up in wage growth. The greenback's gains are ...

 
Yield Spikes Will Benefit The USD
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 - Apr 17, 2014

Spike in US Yields will be Good for Dollar CAD: Avoids Deeper Slide Thanks to Stronger CPI AUD: China Says No to More Stimulus NZD: Extends Losses Despite Rise in Consumer Confidence EUR Becoming a ...

 
S&P 500 Snapshot: Rally Day 3, Back In The Green For 2014
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 - Apr 17, 2014

When the US market opened yesterday, Japan's Nikkei had closed with a massive 3.01% gain and the DJ Euro Stoxx 50 was in rally mode, ultimately to log a 1.54% advance. The Federal Reserve had ...

 
When Will Money Creation End?
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 - Apr 14, 2014

That’s the big question, isn’t it after all? “But there’s no inflation!” say those who accept official numbers, whose fund performance requires to look as good as possible and so on. “Au contraire!” ...

 
Here’s Why USD’s Recovery Won’t Be Easy
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 - Apr 11, 2014
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Three Reasons The USD's Recovery Won’t Be Easy EUR: QE or No QE? GBP: Double Top at 1.68? NZD: Rebounds on Stronger House Prices AUD: Major Chinese Data Next Week CAD: Bank of Canada Meeting Next ...

 
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Mahesh Joshi
Mahesh Joshi Apr 21, 2014 02:43PM GMT
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sterling intentions Mar 31, 2014 10:24PM GMT
There is about to be blood in the streets in ALL World Markets. Banker's manipulation is self serving, so that they might escape the pain at the highest levels. The ignorance of the average investor and even brokers and money managers allow the manipulation to serve the banker's needs, NOT their own needs. Intelligent investors see multiple wars brewing, probably WWIII . . . they see stocks that are grossly overvalued because of "House of Cards" manipulation. Those smart investors have exited, or are exiting NOW.. Foolish investors will soon be in denial as they see their profits erode. They'll wait for it to come back, but each monthly statement gets worse. 5% down --- 10% down--- 25% down --- 33% down. There are only two options. Sell before the criminal bankers do, or sell after they have run the market down.. . Don't let them take your money away. Those with excessive greed will pay the price for that greed. Mid April to Mid July is going to be bad. REALLY bad.. . We shorted the S&P at 1886. We then caught the dead cat bounce. We are now 66.6% SHORT and expect returns of over 200% through leveraged short positions.
Genji Sevenfoldishm
Genji Sevenfoldishm Apr 07, 2014 12:04PM GMT
What predictions Nikkei 225 tomorrow?. up or down
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