Last quote by Harumi Taguchi
We also changed our own expectations for a rate increase to March, from June. But still, we don't know how U.S policy will continue, and there are also political risks, which could possibly change the trend back to a stronger yen.
Mar 03 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Harumi Taguchi is associated, including Japan, Fed, and yen. Most recently, Harumi Taguchi has been quoted saying: “We also changed our own expectations for a rate increase to March, from June. But still, we don't know how U.S policy will continue, and there are also political risks, which could possibly change the trend back to a stronger yen.” in the article Dollar slips but poised for winning week on March Fed rate hike bets.
Quotes by Harumi Taguchi
Feb 01 2017
There are lots of concerns about his policy moves, particularly for Japan whenever he mentions the currency rate.
Jan 25 2017
The sustainability of external demand remains the key for the Japan's export recovery, because of emerging protectionism and uncertainties in the US trade policy, given President Donald Trump's repeated concerns about Japan's auto exports and trade surplus with the U.S.
Jan 16 2017
Even if Trump starts his domestic policies, his stimulus won't have a big impact on the country this year, rather more like next year.
Jan 16 2017
The medium term view is that the Fed is going to increase rates, and interest rate differentials will support the dollar.
Nov 24 2016
The momentum for the weaker yen could continue through the end of the year, since we are thinking the Fed will make two or three interest rate hikes in 2017.
Oct 18 2016
The BOJ is not expected to move in the next two or three months, so I don't think their movement is going to be a topic soon.
Oct 12 2016
There is an increased probability of bigger interest rate differentials between Japan and the U.S., so that is a factor for yen softening, although this is not as big a factor as it used to be.
Sep 07 2016
I still maintain my view that the dollar will trade around 100 to 102 yen until the U.S. presidential election.
Feb 18 2016
Lower oil prices and the yen's strength, in addition to the weak domestic demand, raises the likelihood of a trade surplus on a continuing monthly basis. That said, the softer outlook for the global economy and downside from yen strengthening could weigh on exports and limit the improvement of the trade balance over the near term. Sustained weakness for external demand remains a downside risk for Japan's production and real GDP growth.
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