Sunday, 18 October 2009

Fujimaki Japan expects a resumption of growth stocks and the fall of the yen

According to the President Fujimaki Japan and a former adviser to George Soros Takeshi Fudzimaki, the growth of quotations of shares of American financial companies is proof that, in general, the market believes in ending financial crisis, despite the fact that economists do not agree. Continued growth in U.S. stocks and the weakening of the yen against the dollar, he believes, will contribute to a significant increase in Japanese shares. According to Takeshi Fudzimaki, the current situation provides an opportunity for investment, which comes once in a century, and he believes that the yen may fall against the dollar to Y130, and the Nikkei 225 index in the next six months may recover up to 13 000. Today the Nikkei 225 index fell 2.67 percent to 8493.77, the dollar / yen traded down and currently holds around Y96.30.

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