Japan is in a recession

Discussion in 'Forex News' started by Rambo35, Nov 17, 2014.

  1. Rambo35

    Rambo35 Confirmed PaxForex Representative

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    Who will be next? We are living in a very connected world and after Japanese entered a recession I think more will follow given their export status.
     
  2. toretton

    toretton Trader

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    the processes of integration are so big now so it could be almost everyone besides USA and China I guess
     
  3. fxapex

    fxapex Active Trader

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    I dont think so, JPY has been trading strongly against other currencies.
     
  4. Enivid

    Enivid Administrator Staff Member

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    When? Two years ago?
     
  5. tomas.v

    tomas.v Trader

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    Japan situation is not so bad as many think it is, 90% of Japan debt is owned by Japanese people, so more than 200% of debt/GDP ratio is not as precarious as it looks,
     
  6. Dmitriy Enrst

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    Japan has left recession in the fourth quarter of the last year, but, at the same time, the third largest economy in the world had been growing at a slower-than-expected pace.
     
  7. fxapex

    fxapex Active Trader

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    BOJ new reforms were expected and as a result it came out with a negative interest rate, due to which Yen has lowered a lot.
     
  8. Dakun Fredricks

    Dakun Fredricks Newbie

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    JPY is benefiting just because of the risk off sentiments across the world, regarding its economy its clearly visible what is the status of inflation in their economy given this BOJ surprised move of adopting negative interest rates.
     
  9. fxapex

    fxapex Active Trader

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    Yen has been strong and it seems that it has reached a support level so traders has to be cautious before investing.
     
  10. sharcade

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    Well Well! its repeating back again with Japan shrinking around 0.5 % in the last quarter, Along with this many other countries are facing the slack.
    The economies have seen some drastic changes and so is the growth rate for developing countries. Trust me some of the developing countries like India are becoming the [URL deleted] fastest growing economies of the world which are still accountable and depended on the developed economies like US and China. Well 2016 looks unstable till now and Let's hope future holds everything good.
     
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  11. Usman Khan

    Usman Khan Trader

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    2016 wil see a global recesion....
     
  12. hayseed

    hayseed Master Trader

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    hey khan..... any particular reason.....h
     
  13. Usman Khan

    Usman Khan Trader

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    The brexit...
     
  14. hayseed

    hayseed Master Trader

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    hey khan..... thanks for the reply.....h
     
  15. Enivid

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    Although Brexit is a huge growth restraint, it won't be enough to turn 2016 into a global recession (after all, half a year has passed without Brexit with a rather good growth). It is also doubtful that it will turn 2017 GDP growth negative worldwide because its effect will mostly be local - UK + Eurozone (partially). Emerging markets will not get affected by it significantly.
     
  16. Usman Khan

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    if the uk leves the eu. we may see other coutry leave? this is bad for eu which could make whole world into recession
     
  17. jellyeb

    jellyeb Active Trader

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    Open short positions on JPY I think it will soon dive on stimulation bets for Central banks.
     
  18. Enivid

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    First of all, it is bad for the country that decides to leave the EU. I have huge doubts that any other country would want to exit the EU soon.
     
  19. Usman Khan

    Usman Khan Trader

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    i see many rumor about more country leave eu
     
  20. Enivid

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    Which country do you think will be next?
     

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