Kazuhiro Takahashi

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 Kazuhiro Takahashi is associated, including U.S. and BOJ. Most recently, Kazuhiro Takahashi has been quoted saying: “Since the dollar-yen dropped its support line, stocks are following suit.” in the article Nikkei hits 2-week low ahead of Abe-Trump talks; Toyota off 2.8 pct. An other article where Kazuhiro Takahashi has been quoted is Nikkei drops to 3-week low on profit-taking; could end 2016 flat.

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Participants in the Japanese market have become cautious again and their wait-and-see stances will likely last until the next U.S. rate hike.

Since the dollar-yen dropped its support line, stocks are following suit.

The Japanese market has been largely influenced by global events this year such as Brexit and U.S. election. For the next year, the market continues to prepare for risks such as whether Trump can proceed with the policies that he has been promising.

There might be some profit-taking this week. But I don't expect sharp selling because the mood is still supported by hopes for U.S. economic growth and better Japanese corporate earnings.

Investors are chasing the market higher as the yen's weakness is continuing.

As long as the dollar stands tall against the yen, Japanese stocks will likely be helped. But once Trump mentions protectionism on trade, investors who have been cautious against the recent rally are expected to take profits.

Japanese stocks are benefiting from these overseas factors. But investors are being cautious and selective on stock-picking for exporters until companies' earnings worries recede.

They are waiting for a turning point, and until then, they will likely stay on the sidelines.

Until new catalysts emerge, investors will likely monitor both U.S. earnings and Japan Inc's earnings.

At past policy meetings, investors had expectations that there would be some easing. But this time, they think no news is good news.

The market is extremely cautious while it focuses on whether the BOJ will lower rates further into negative territory, and people don't want any news related to that.

Most investors seem to be happy seeing the dollar trading around 103.50 level. They probably won't buy or sell sharply this week.

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