Browsing All posts tagged under »Japan«

Japanese Central Bank- Throwing good money after bad

November 11, 2011


The Japanese Yen is the flavor of the day, the week, the month and the year. Whenever there is even a hint of economic and/or political commotion, the Yen is the sought out asset by international investors and speculators.  It is an interesting phenomenon, considering that Japan’s budget deficit is almost twice the size of […]

IMEX President discusses How Japan’s Earthquake affects the Yen

March 21, 2011


Joel Borshof discusses On Air, how Japan’s devastating Earthquake affected the Japanase Yen and International Market.  This is a very insightful interview, that clearly explains how Mother Nature helps to dicate our Foreign Exchange Markets. Live Stream Here:

Who’s the leader of the Pack? No one.

August 17, 2010


Who’s the leader of the Pack? No One The US dollar is up… for today anyway.  It’s down tomorrow. The Nikkei (Japan) stock market is up, and the US and Europe equities market is down. Recently, Spain’s debt rating gets downgraded by Fitch (Rating agency) impacting the Euro, sovereign and corporate debt pricing, stock pricing […]