The earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan on March 11 will not force a weakening of the yen, according to currency strategists focused on the region.
Risk perceptions ease despite desperate situation in areas affected by the natural disaster
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ETFs based on the MSCI Japan index have seen volumes reach unprecedented levels and large swings in volatility as investors digest events in Japan.
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Stock market drops while Japanese government implements economic stimulus in response to earthquake
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Japan has emerged as a fertile market for equity funds and now a structured equity fund has also caught the eye of Japanese investors hungry for yield in a low-interest environment.
Ahead of the curve
Bank of England paper uses BIS banking stats to show potential for cross-border contagion has been rising for past two decades, reaching its apogee at the time of the Lehman Brothers’ collapse
Risk vs reward
Equities and bonds are overvalued while commodities and emerging markets look equally unattractive, according to Société Générale's 2011 Outlook presentation
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