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The only reason they think that is based on the hope of a falling yen

HUH? the yen was up 4% the market 10%

I can't agree with this statement also.
It would be completly in divergence to history for the jap market(or any world market) to recover & for the yen to fall in value. A falling yen will not create a bullish move but rather a bearish one.

If the US dollar falls then thier markets will follow it.
A strong currancey is good , it makes no sence IMO & is completely
at odds with historical evidence to suggest otherwise.


JR
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