・The Yen is getting stronger against the Dollar in
the overall trend during the last 20 years.
・In an historic perspective, the strengthening of
the Yen had been predicted.
・The world's foreign currency exchanges has been
a concern for the strength of the Yen.
・In 1993 - 1996 time-frame, the Yen was
relatively very strong.
・In 2010, the Yen reached a 15-year high against
・A strengthening of the Yen fits the historic
perspective of both the last 20 years and the last 3
・If there is relatively more supply and less
demand for Yen, the Yen will weaken.
・If there is more demand and less supply of Yen,
the Yen will strengthen.
- A strengthening of the Yen means an increasing
demand for Yen compared to relatively less
・The strength of a currency will hinge on trade
and current accounts.
・The Japanese trade surplus.
・The low return on investments in the rest of the
・The expected monetary policy in the U.S.
・The diversification of foreign reserves in other
countries away from the U.S. Dollar and Euro.
・By strengthening of the Yen, the stock world
markets performance is poor.
・By the deflation in Japan, consumers' purchasing
power has increased.
・The domestic interest rates in Japan are not very
attractive to park your money.
・To taking advantage of inexpensive labor costs
and lower taxes, industrial production is shifting
・The Bank of Japan stands ready to enact
monetary policy for the possible effects of a
prolonged period of yen strength in the Japanese
・By Yen is a currency with net inflows, the
strengthening of the Yen causes.
・A strengthening of the Yen is only having a very
negative effect in Japan.
・In overseas markets, the price competitiveness is
・Why is the Japanese Yen so Strong
・Implications Of Strong Yen On World Wide
Foreign Exchange Market
・Why is the Value of the Japanese Yen so
Strong? Interest Rates and the Carry Trade