Employees of the Tokyo Stock Exchange and models in kimonos celebrate the first trading day of the year on January 4. Photo: KyodoEmployees of the Tokyo Stock Exchange and models in kimonos celebrate the first trading day of the year on January 4. Photo: Kyodo
Employees of the Tokyo Stock Exchange and models in kimonos celebrate the first trading day of the year on January 4. Photo: Kyodo
Neal Kimberley
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Neal Kimberley

Will the Japanese yen be a safe haven for investors in 2019?

  • Neal Kimberley says last week’s ‘flash crash’ that sent the yen soaring showed the currency’s draw when the jitters hit. Continuing market pessimism about the US and Chinese economies, and Japan’s own outlook, may add up to a good year for the yen

Employees of the Tokyo Stock Exchange and models in kimonos celebrate the first trading day of the year on January 4. Photo: KyodoEmployees of the Tokyo Stock Exchange and models in kimonos celebrate the first trading day of the year on January 4. Photo: Kyodo
Employees of the Tokyo Stock Exchange and models in kimonos celebrate the first trading day of the year on January 4. Photo: Kyodo
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