Monthly Archives: March 2011

How Much Yen Did Japan Buy Last Friday?

It’s still amongst the hot topics several days after it happened, understandably. Many of us would still like to know how much yen Japan’s Ministry of Finance bought in its concerted raid with G7 partners, commencing early in European trading … Continue reading

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Things are quieting down again: so, it’s time for my: Risk Screening Of Small Caps [a Short View] The yen is easing back to more normative levels following the concerted G-7 intervention last week and Libya and the Middle East … Continue reading

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Thoughts for Japan; and hints on Economic Aftershocks

The saddest news is that there are at least 44 reported fatalities so far from the severest earthquake to strike Japan in 140 years. And it looks inevitable that that number will rise. The 8.9 magnitude quake struck Japan’s northeast … Continue reading

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