This Japan ETF has slid, but the ongoing yen devaluation should put it back on the uptrend soon enough.
I’m not going to panic and bail out here, although I’ll admit that was my first impulse.
Does the decline warn of a risk-off ahead?
The recent collapse of the currency is unjustified.
If Hollande gets his way, the euro will weaken and U.S. stocks will suffer.
Japan's finance minister sparks a quick bounce, but there's a political angle.
Overreaction to U.K.'s incoming central bank chief, a Canadian, creates an opportunity to short the currency.
If the dollar breaks past this key level, we're likely to see flare-ups in a number of other markets.
An indication of the overall direction of risk currencies and safe havens.
Speculative shorts hang their hopes on Japan stimulus, but I'd rather be a buyer.
Hewlett-Packard is surging after the bell. The stock is up well over 10% following a solid Q1 earnings report. If...
Actually, there was a massive reversal on Feb 25 of this year but a bit different where we closed on the lows of the day...
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