The yen falls again
Expect more volatility ahead of the Bank of Japan's next meeting on April 26.
The yen is now down 21.4% in six months.
Why should the Yen be worth one yen above 150-dollar?Maybe 200
They owe more than america!
They own NO natural resources.
Their exports are now made all over the world.
I live in Japan and their was no Economic reason for the yen to go up to those ridiculous highs.
The real reason was the lowering of the worthless US dollar!
yeaI am american
So why don't you write it like it really is?
The Japanese are now playing the american game of printing money.
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