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Why is the japanese yen strong

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  • 1. Why is the Japanese Yen strong? S1180189 Hirofumi Nakahira
  • 2. Summary • This slides will answer the question “Why is the Japanese Yen so strong?”
  • 3. Historic Trends • It is clear that the Yen is getting stronger than Dollar while the last 20 years.
  • 4. Japanese situation • Japanese domestic interest rates are lower than other country in the world. • There are so many old people in Japan. • GDP is about twice the size of U.S.
  • 5. Why the Yen become strong? • Yen is become to weak. • On the other hands, if there is demand and less supply of Yen, Yen become strong
  • 6. Trade cash flow • Exports from Japan bring demand for Yen. • Because the Japanese goods are sold. • Imports into Japan create supply of for Yen.
  • 7.  Investment cash flow • Investments from outside Japan is bring demand for the Yen. • This is connect to that the Yen is strong when there is more demand. • Investments from Japanese investors outside Japan bring supply. • This is connect to that the Yen is weak when there is less demand.
  • 8. Trade and invest of Japan and U.S. • Japan is doing the trade surplus and export ingmore than importing. • This is important to keep the strong. • U.S is importing more than exporting.
  • 9. Conclusion • Why the Yen is so strong? • Because Yen is currency with net. • Thus, the more Yen are bought that there are Yen sold.
  • 10. references • http://www.stocktrendinvesting.com/blog/why- japanese-yen-so-strong • http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE67B1P J20100812 • http://www.investopedia.com/financial- edge/0411/why-the-yen-is-so-strong.aspx

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