Koji Fukaya


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Speculators are likely to close out their yen-selling positions and buy back the currency if U.S. stocks and yields continue adjusting lower and hurt risk sentiment.
NEW Mar 27 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 Koji Fukaya is associated, including Trump, U.S., and market. Most recently, Koji Fukaya has been quoted saying: “Speculation of four rate hikes this year may have been excessive. The dot plot was left mostly unchanged, shaking out expectations among dollar bulls that had gone too far.” in the article Dutch election outlook buoys euro, dollar struggles at one-month low. An other article where Koji Fukaya has been quoted is Dollar hits two-week high vs yen on U.S.-Japan summit relief.
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A rise in yields would not necessarily benefit the yen if it were to be generated by themes like a stalemate in BOJ policy, fiscal concerns and worries about Japan's credit rating.

It was inevitable that the yen regained all the losses made on easing expectations. Sure, the market was disappointed, but that does not mean the yen will keep gaining.

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