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19,951.00 -148.75    -0.74%
06:00:36 GMT - Closed. Currency in JPY ( Disclaimer )
Type: Index
Market: Japan
# Components: 225
  • Prev. Close: 19,951.00
  • Open: 19,967.50
  • Day's Range: 19,897.00 - 19,993.50
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Nikkei 225 19,951.00 -148.75 -0.74%

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Olimpiu Tuns
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There’s really no point talking about Tuesday nights Globex session. The ES traded in a 3.5 handle range from 2457.75 to 2461.25 for most of the night, and only 128k contracts traded. ...

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Joe Jack
Joe Jack Jul 06, 2017 5:40AM GMT
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Maybe Kuroda has taken note the BIS has warned of potential instability, and so the BOJ could get stuck with overpriced, hard to sell assets in a falling market.  Then again why not just print truckloads more to buy everything up and keep the market from ever returning to earth.  What's more debt to a world at levels never before imagined?  Let's pump up all those zombie companies while we're at it, right?  It beats ever having to deal with the day of reckoning and what's a little inefficiency anyway?  Then again sometimes things are carried too far!!  I'd say sell here before the massive correction looming.  Just my two cents.
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Bjorn Rood
BRTrades Jul 06, 2017 7:00AM GMT
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i'm with your two cents, let's sell!
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Joe Jack Jul 07, 2017 10:10PM GMT
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BRTradesYeah, I've sold everything already. And have found there's nothing very good to buy at these prices. I guess that's how central banks like it. But i wonder what private banks are doing. The last time this kind of problem emerged it encouraged banks to buy truckloads of mortgage backed securities. We all know how that ended. Maybe central banks can postpone the inevitable longer than anyone thinks. That seems to be what they are trying to do. But in the meantime the search for return stinks, zombie companies proliferate, overcapacity compounds, companies do buybacks of overpriced shares, debt worsens, pension funds have nothing to buy, and the list goes on. Let's factor asset price inflation into the picture already. The Phillips curve is dead and buried thanks to labor saving technology. Governments ought to get with the program and help people retrain and go where they are needed instead of populating corporate Zombieland. Central banks have gone too far, again.
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Joe Jack Jun 20, 2017 12:02AM GMT
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There's no stopping this! Lots of room to go WAY higher!
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Joe Jack
Joe Jack Jun 20, 2017 2:40AM GMT
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Hmm... Maybe time to take some profits?!
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sabiq mirzai
sabiq mirzai Jun 20, 2017 8:16AM GMT
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It​ is top side ?
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Lancealot Nguyen
Lancelot_N Jun 08, 2017 4:54AM GMT
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Wow, what ate Nikkei and spat it out again?
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Lancealot Nguyen
Lancelot_N Jun 08, 2017 5:30AM GMT
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Seriously, what on earth happened here?
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