Hikaru Sato


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Investors were overly risk off yesterday. That said, for the next few weeks, the dollar-yen may still be volatile.feedback
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Mar 28 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 Hikaru Sato is associated, including U.S., Fed, and market. Most recently, Hikaru Sato has been quoted saying: “Markets have priced in hopes for a U.S. rate hike this month. In order for the Japanese market to rise further, we need more positive catalysts and the key is if the dollar trades above 115 yen.” in the article Nikkei edges down on profit-taking before weekend; Fast Retailing surges.
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A weak yen trend is giving the market a relief as it raises hopes that corporate earnings will be better than expected. But the rising U.S. yields will have to come down at some point, so people are cautious against when the turnaround moment will arrive.feedback

The market is not overly cautious, but it cannot price in a Clinton presidency completely.feedback

Since many of the U.S. August economic data were poor, investors are cautiously focused on September figures.feedback

Some market participants had betted that the Fed may raise a U.S. rate as early as this month, but because of the weak ISM data and poor U.S. auto sales, such expectations seemed to have changed.feedback

The market will likely stay weak throughout the day, though expectations for the BOJ's ETF buying may limit the downside.feedback

If the market is in negative territory in the morning session, there are hopes that the BOJ will buy ETFs in the afternoon.feedback

What the market wants now is both fiscal and monetary policy and such expectations are getting higher.feedback

The market is easily swayed by conflicting headlines on tax hike and fiscal measures.feedback

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