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Negative real rates also make dollars less attractive to funds and folks with savings abroad, so they will increasingly invest in their home countries, or invest elsewhere in euro or yen securities, because our returns don’t even match inflation.
So even though it correctly touted trades such as going long equities, buying gold and betting on the yen against the dollar, it failed to benefit from its own foresight.
Japan’s benchmark stock index sank 2% on Friday, while the yen strengthened, suggesting investors fear Abe’s exit doesn’t augur well for future growth.
Long-yen is somewhat smaller, but is also white and tender, though the taste is rather watery.
The one I liked best was (even in Japanese things my fancy usually hits on the most expensive) just a thousand yen in price!
A JOURNAL FROM JAPANMARIE CARMICHAEL STOPES
I had rather a time getting old Hiraoka to rent it, but an auctioneer will do anything for enough yen.
WINONA OF THE CAMP FIREMARGARET WIDDEMER
They plundered a sum of 200,000 yen from the Ono Company, and made a successful raid upon the prefectural offices of Kumamoto.
JAPANVARIOUS
But for its passage, the deficit of the next fiscal year would have reached beyond forty-six millions of yen.
JAPANVARIOUS
Yen Yuan said, "My wish is to make no boast of moral or intellectual excellence."
And in good Oriental fashion the Yen has been breeding, and breeding rapidly.
THE PACIFIC TRIANGLESYDNEY GREENBIE

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