Japan's FSA urging financial markets to get ready for the 10-day holiday coming up

Author: Eamonn Sheridan | Category: News

Japan's Financial Services Agency is warning of possible increased volatility in financial markets.

  • The holidays run from April 27 to May 6 
They've also warned on what happens when markets reopen ,,,,
  • trading volume and price levels may be more volatile post-holiday
The agency said they will be monitoring closely for any market manipulation before the holidays begin when liquidity is expected to be thin.
 Yeah … everyone ready for a flash crash or two??? the super-thin liquidity period each morning when its only Australia and New Zealand markets trading will be extended a good few hours each one of those 10 days.
ICYMI, the holidays will close Japanese financial markets for a week, the break runs together holidays for the abdication of Emperor Akihito and the annual Golden Week break.

10 days off!

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