December 14th, 2014 22:38:52 GMT.

Yen up on Abe victory


Reports from the interbank have liquidity about as as good as the Sahara desert out there … i.e. very poor indeed. USD.JPY is dropping on Abe’s victory. It was expected, there is no surprise, so we have a ‘sell the … Continue reading


December 14th, 2014 21:40:10 GMT.

Economic data due from Japan


Well, so far the market response to the Japanese election has been underwhelming. USD/JPY is down from Friday closing levels and from the early opening level in New Zealand. The results of the election is pretty much as poll forecast, … Continue reading


December 11th, 2014 21:59:28 GMT.

Economic data due from Japan


Coming up from Japan this fine Friday … At 2330GMT (not the regular 2350 time for most Japanese data): OK, I totally ****ed the time up … 0430GMT its due Industrial Production for October (final) m/m: the preliminary reading was … Continue reading


December 10th, 2014 23:50:26 GMT.

Japan data – Tertiary Industry index & Machinery orders


Data from Japan – October Tertiary Industry index:   -0.2% m/m expected -0.2%, prior was +1.35 (revised from +1.0%) October Machinery Orders:  -6.4% m/m expected -1.7%, prior +2.9% October Machinery Orders:  -4.9% y/y expected -0.3%, prior +7.3%


December 10th, 2014 22:43:06 GMT.

Economic data due from Japan


Coming up at 2350GMT out of Japan today: October Tertiary Industry index m/m, expected is -0.2%, prior was +1.0% October Machinery Orders m/m, expected is -1.7%, prior +2.9% October Machinery Orders y/y, expected is -0.3%, prior +7.3%


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