• BOJ Ramps Up Purchases, Warns Of Second Wave Risks

    The Bank of Japan this week reiterated its view that the Japanese economy, the third largest globally, is on course to gradually recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. In a bid to further support the recovery, the BOJ announced that it will be extending its corporate funding support from $700 billion (which the bank announced last […]

  • BoJ Yield Curve Control and new Supply of Government Debt. What to Expect from the Yen?

    After DXY support at 99 points were damaged on Tuesday due to powerful risk-on move, the currency continues to cede ground on Wednesday.

  • The IndeX Files 12-05-2020

    Recovery To Take Longer Than Thought? Global equities benchmarks have been broadly supported, with indices across the US, Europe and Asia, trading in the green this week. However, upside momentum has been weakened and moved so far have bee shallow. The fundamental backdrop continues to be driven by the shift in focus towards the recovery […]

  • Abe’s stimulus package disappoints investors

    The total amount of initiatives will fail to provide an immediate boost to the Japanese economy.

  • Is Japan able to survive the struggle?

    Experts think that the Bank of Japan is going to extend the standstill of the easing program and drive the rates even deeper into the negative zone, as all previous measured failed to curb the deflation and bolster the economic upturn of the country.

  • Japan loosens its grip on consumption growth, further easing measures are planned

    The government will do their best in order to struggle with deflation and abnormal strengthening of the Yen.