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    On the eve of the elections in Japan the national currency has been under pressure from speculators, as candidate for prime minister told to tighten fight on deflation. Strengthening of the yen for a ling period of time undermined the economy of the export-oriented state, and measures undertaken by the Bank of Japan did not bring the desired effect. Abe return to premiership means more pressure on the Bank of Japan, from which the new prime minister will expect more active actions, including the extension of assets purchase program. Thus, the results of the elections, won by the party of Abe, have led to the fact that today, the dollar/yen opened a gap at 84.34 mark, slightly exceeding the March highs. However it is believed that Japan National Bank is typically intractable to external pressure, so the expectation that the bank will be super active on easing monetary policy may be too high, and will bring an unpleasant surprise for bears on the Japanese currency.
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    to avoid avarice if we are unclear about a particular TP then we should offer the TP for which we are sure.I do not care if i continue how much i can produce. i just care in those times the advantage i take is enough for me. that all.

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    about currency trading and comprehend some methods that help to advantage transactions in a few several weeks because effective Forex needs intelligence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Nisbett View Post
    On the eve of the elections in Japan the national currency has been under pressure from speculators, as candidate for prime minister told to tighten fight on deflation. Strengthening of the yen for a ling period of time undermined the economy of the export-oriented state, and measures undertaken by the Bank of Japan did not bring the desired effect. Abe return to premiership means more pressure on the Bank of Japan, from which the new prime minister will expect more active actions, including the extension of assets purchase program. Thus, the results of the elections, won by the party of Abe, have led to the fact that today, the dollar/yen opened a gap at 84.34 mark, slightly exceeding the March highs. However it is believed that Japan National Bank is typically intractable to external pressure, so the expectation that the bank will be super active on easing monetary policy may be too high, and will bring an unpleasant surprise for bears on the Japanese currency.
    Yeah, the present conditions look like that Japanese currency will surely bring an unpleasant surprise.

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    we even discover it too complicated now believe that in 2005 silver expenses were 400$ an oz. which is now working around 1800$ there may be upgrades in short-term.

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    One of the most anticipated events of the past week was the decision of Bank of Japan on interest rate and purchase assets program. As market participants expected, the rate was maintained at the same level. But the scope of purchase assets program the bank increased by 10 trillion yen. In general, this event was also anticipated, so market reaction was rather modest and there was no further decline of the Japanese currency.
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    Southeast Asian economies are expected to notice boosted growth over the next five years, driven by the stronger investment and private consumption and reducing their dependence on exports for expansion.

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    we even find out out it too complex now believe that in 2005 gold costs were 400$ an oz. which is now handling around 1800$ there may be improvements in short-term.But the possibility of buy resources system the lender improved by 10 billion money dollars yen. so industry response was rather regular and there was no further lack of the Japanese individuals people individuals forex.

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    South east Oriental financial systems are required to get noticable enhanced growth over the next five years, motivated by the more powerful investment and private intake and decreasing their dependancy on exports for development.

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    about currency trading and understand some methods that help to advantage dealings in a few a few several weeks because effective Forex needs intellect.

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