Yutaka Miura - Mizuho Securities


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While upward momentum is apparently strong, it would not be unusual for short-term profit-taking to emerge.feedback
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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 Yutaka Miura is associated, including Nikkei and U.S. Treasury. Most recently, Yutaka Miura has been quoted saying: “People were prepared to sell Japanese stocks on profit-taking, but now that there are expectations that U.S. stocks will rise later in the day, they don't want to sell. Stocks are pulled by those who want to take profits and those who want to chase the market higher.” in the article Nikkei posts longest winning streak since 1961 on weaker yen, Abe hopes.
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Aug 25 2017

So far, the market expects no surprise from the meeting, but investors want to stay on the sidelines until they see how overseas markets move later in the day after the event.feedback

Jul 20 2017 - Japan

While the outcome did not give a major impact to the market, investors are somewhat relieved that the easy monetary policy environment will continue for a while.feedback

Jul 14 2017

The U.S. CPI figures will come out later, so the market is waiting for this. Ahead of a three-day weekend in Japan, investors have no incentive to extend their positions.feedback

Jul 03 2017 - Japan

Abe's support rate has been falling, and this result made the mood worse. That said, although the ruling party was defeated in the Tokyo poll, it's not like Abe's administration will end soon, so foreign investors are not expected to change their portfolios based on this result for now.feedback

Jun 26 2017 - Japan

Takata's bankruptcy is bad news, but since the market has long known that the company was in trouble, its impact to overall investor sentiment is limited.feedback

Jun 19 2017 - Wall Street

Investors are buying futures today ... it's more like today's trading is futures-led than trade-led by individual stocks. People also expect that Wall Street will fare better later in the day.feedback

Jun 12 2017 - Toshiba

Since Japanese tech shares had chased strong performances on the Nasdaq, they will likely see a correction for now.feedback

Jun 05 2017 - Japan

It's at a point where an emergence of fresh positive factors could send the index to further highs, but it could also break below 20,000 just as easily. There aren't many domestic incentives out there, so the market will continue to look at currencies and U.S. shares.feedback

May 31 2017 - Oil

Japanese stocks are cheap, with the PER at 14 times their projected earnings, but the strong yen is keeping foreign investors from investing.feedback

May 26 2017 - Wall Street

The Nikkei is getting a drag today from a stronger yen, which has offset the impact of yesterday's Wall Street gains. The Nikkei is heavy as it approaches the key 20,000 level, so we're likely to see it trade in a range next week.feedback

May 11 2017 - Toyota

Most of the recent rallies were due to short-covering by foreign investors who had sold in March and April on geopolitical concerns before such concerns receded. Short-covering seems to be continuing and will likely run its course shortly. In order for new money to come in, we need to see solid gains in U.S. markets first as it's an indicator of investors' appetites.feedback

Apr 25 2017

Depending on what overseas markets do, there is reason to believe that the Nikkei could test 19,500 ahead of the upcoming holidays.feedback

Apr 19 2017

A technical indicator shows that the market is oversold, and investors will likely shift attention to companies, which are likely reporting strong earnings.feedback

Apr 07 2017 - Wall Street

U.S. futures rebounded afterwards, so investors seemed to have downplayed the impact from the news and they expect that Wall Street to open higher later in the day.feedback

Apr 03 2017 - Japan

The figure is capping the upside in Japanese stocks.feedback

Mar 29 2017

The market takes heart from strong U.S. economic data, and sentiment in the overall market is not bad.feedback

Mar 23 2017 - Nintendo

The testimony is the biggest event of the day, so all the eyes are on it.feedback

Mar 15 2017

The market is mostly on hold ahead of the Fed's decision but in the meantime some locked in profits after the yen strengthened and U.S. shares fell overnight.feedback

Mar 06 2017

On top of the stronger yen, a fall in U.S. futures is also stoking concerns that U.S. shares will fall later in the day.feedback

Feb 13 2017

The January high of 19,615.40 is in sight. It might not be topped today, but it would not be surprising if it was attained later this week.feedback

Feb 03 2017

So far, investors seem happy with companies' third quarter earnings. There is still uncertainty in developments in dollar-yen levels, so we can't stay too optimistic about the current quarter.feedback

Feb 01 2017 - Japan

Below 19,000, the Nikkei's next support level lies at 18,800, and then at 18,500.feedback

Jan 25 2017

The Nikkei's upside for now appears to be around 19,200. The yen appears to be unlikely to weaken much as long as there are concerns about Trump's protectionist policies.feedback

Dec 14 2016

Just in case Treasury yields resume their rise after the FOMC, the BOJ took action today to lower long-term yields.feedback

Dec 14 2016

If Treasury yields could correct lower after the FOMC outcome, that means the yen could appreciate again. Until then, the pair is range-bound in the 115-level.feedback

Nov 14 2016

The Japanese market is mostly driven by a weak yen and the movement of 10-year U.S. Treasury yields, as well as the New York Dow.feedback

Nov 07 2016

We have to keep in mind that just because Hillary won't face charges for her email, that isn't a guarantee that she will win Tuesday's election. People remember Brexit, so they know that anything is possible.feedback

Oct 24 2016

There are few investors who want to chase the market higher until they see more news from overseas especially regarding a U.S. rate hike.feedback

Oct 13 2016

Resistance for the Nikkei lies around 17,000 today, and it is foreign exchange that largely determines whether or not it would be broken.feedback

Sep 20 2016

The market is more nervous about the BOJ than the Fed as it may give a surprise.feedback

Sep 14 2016

U.S. stocks fell, and that is biggest reason why the Nikkei is down today.feedback

Sep 09 2016 - North Korea

With U.S. stocks lower and no fresh catalysts to buy, trading was subdued anyway, but the North Korea news has made investors stay on the sidelines even more.feedback

Aug 23 2016

There is a chance that the 100-yen level will be broken again, which would put pressure on the Nikkei.feedback

Aug 05 2016

If said yen appreciates and breaks 100 against the dollar, then that would set up the Nikkei for a test of 16,000.feedback

Jul 25 2016

I'd say there's probably a great chance of the Nikkei testing the upside of its range.feedback

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