Japanese Market

Japan – on the way to recovery

Mitsuhiro Yuasa reflects on the unexpected strong market performance in August despite Prime Minister Shinzō Abe’s resignation

Yoshihide Suga to succeed Shinzo Abe as Japan’s prime minister

Mitsuhiro Yuasa provides his views on the election of Japan's new prime minister Yoshihide Suga, following the resignation of Shinzo Abe.  

Positive market outlook regardless of prime minister Abe’s resignation

Mitsuhiro Yuasa offers his market outlook on the back of the resignation of Japan's prime minister Abe.

Signalling the start of recovery

Mitsuhiro Yuasa looks for the first signs of recovery in Japan as the economy starts to emerge from the COVID-19 crisis.

Japan market recovers as lockdown is eased

Mitsuhiro Yuasa comments on the post-pandemic new way of life, with a focus on which industries may become more relevant to the adjusted lifestyle.

The market is on the way to recovery after its deep bottom in mid-March 2020

Yutaka Uda: the Japanese market outperformed the US and European markets as the number of COVID-19 cases in Japan did not increase as rapidly.

More downward revision in Japan Q1 2020, quicker recovery from mid Q2

Yutaka Uda compares Coronavirus with the SARS outbreak of 2003 to estimate the impacts of COVID-19 on Japanese social and economic activities.

Coronavirus impact on Japanese tourism

Mitsuhiro Yuasa looks at the impact of the coronavirus on Japanese Tourism and government to set up defences while continuing to prepare for the Olympic Games.

Large economic stimulus package to contribute to sharp recovery from 1Q 2020

Uda San discusses the breakdown of the Japanese Government's economic stimulus package.

The Fed – playing a big role for the market

Yutaka Uda provides a review of the Japanese economy and the latest Tankan Survey.

G20 meeting able to release some tensions

Mitsuhiro Yuasa comments on the potential impact of the upcoming election and consumption tax hike in Japan.

Market focuses on Trump-Xi meeting at G20 summit

Yutaka Uda comments on the market's response to the US-China trade frictions.