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Pete Jackson


  1. wishful thinking of Mr. Abe

  2. the guy talks enough allright …
    it is only to be seen whether the japs do what is ‘expected’

  3. The Political ‘LDP’cabinet of Japan is sickening/ I’ll discuss the Japanese political system at will.

  4. Market is very impressed. :)

  5. He is repeating the same stuff some weeks already. I think that it’s just a show. He is trying to tell what people want to hear, so he can win the elections. Pretty simple, all politicians do the same thing. The question is, is he going to do what he says? I doubt it, really.

  6. Would Abe mind stop talking for a while if he has nothing new to add.. I don’t think there is anyone in the market that doesn’t know his wishlist already.

  7. are they utterly nuts?? Have the last 10 years tought them nothing? easing will never fix their economy. you need to throw away the rotten cake and take the loss. Right now credibility of such moves is zero. ease will help for a week and that’s it.

    fix your damned accounts you slowheads

  8. Thanks Pete, good on you/ I’m going to sleep/ Need rest for tomorow!

  9. @Trendline
    So what’s the real story with the LDP then? Mr Market seems to be anticipating the second coming of Christ. We all know that the LDP have been in overall power for the last fifty years (bar a handfull of times) and couldn’t kick the economy into shape, so why do people reckon they will do so this time? Is it just voter apathy over Noda’s party as to why they’re likely to lose?

  10. In all Honesty HMR, I don’t know! Two pretty sharp guys called Pete and Gerry are doing a good job of making sense of this maddness? Care to disagree?

  11. No one is really taking Abe that seriously, he has been challenged across the political spectrum for his comments.

    The effects seem to me to be wearing off now as the market gets up with the program. On the other hand, O’neill thinks the yen bear trade is still a goer: http://www.goldmansachs.com/gsam/advisors/education/viewpoints_from_chairman/viewpoints-pdfs/Q4_2012/2012-11-30.pdf

  12. No explanation ;) required “FXGAI”you are tack smart :)


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