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(Marketwatch)   Japanese stock index down 7.3% in one day; Bank of Japan opens up emergency funds   ( marketwatch.com) divider line
    More: Scary, Bank of Japan, Federal Reserve, Japanese, DXY, Dow Jones Industrial Average, Federal Housing Finance Agency, stock indexes, Markit  
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1236 clicks; posted to Business » on 23 May 2013 at 10:09 AM (5 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2013-05-23 10:18:25 AM  
The Japan stuff is concerning. The weak data in China is not.
2013-05-23 10:21:22 AM  
If you think Japan is "healthy" long term, you might need to do better research...
2013-05-23 10:59:26 AM  
Well, a dying economy is always in need of a resource war for a good recovery.

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2013-05-23 12:57:06 PM  
This is a very bad news for South Korea.
2013-05-23 02:30:19 PM  
The Japanese react a lot more predictably to bad news than Americans do... they tend to be a lot more conservative in their investment strategies.  I've made quite a lot of money shorting Japanese indexes at various times over the last couple of years.
2013-05-23 05:36:59 PM  
Just hold on Japan.  New Pokemon game hits this year, everything will pick up.
2013-05-23 06:12:00 PM  
Sell, Mortimer-san, sell!
2013-05-24 12:50:57 AM  
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