Home
My Favorite Quotes

Hits 1 to 25 of 35
 Mitsushige Akino - “Expectations of an upbeat land price survey, due on Thursday, continued to support the market, while many appear to be relieved now that interest rates here won't spike up in the foreseeable future.”
 Mitsushige Akino - “Sony and Sanyo are coming up with more aggressive restructuring. But investors are now buying companies that can post strong growth without restructuring.”
 Mitsushige Akino - “Sony and Sanyo are coming up with more aggressive restructuring. But investors are now buying companies that can post strong growth without restructuring,”
 Junichi Makino - “As Japanese companies can no longer absorb the entire negative impact of rising basic material prices with revenue growth, corporate profit trend will slow down further going forward.”
 Mitsushige Akino - “The market is now focused on U.S. data such as the manufacturing report. My long-term view is that solid growth will support higher stock prices.”
 Mitsushige Akino - “The Federal Reserve will concentrate on the decrease in house prices and home equity loans as a strong indicator of the cooling of the U.S. housing bubble. That may limit further increases in rates past 5.25 percent.”
 Mitsushige Akino - “Investors know that the upside resistance (on the Nikkei) is strong at 16,000 points, so the best strategy is hunting bargains when the market sinks.”
 Junichi Makino - “There is uncertainty over the trend of imports of IT (information technology) goods in the US, where IT investment is running at a historically high level,”
 Mitsushige Akino - “Investors expect reports this week will show Japan's recovery from deflation and that's driving domestic demand-related stocks higher. The prospects for the steel industry are quite positive, supported by strong demand.”
 Mitsushige Akino - “The prospects for the steel industry are quite positive, supported by strong demand.”
 Mitsushige Akino - “But strong buying interest appeared to beat profit-taking in the end.”
 Mitsushige Akino - “It's not really that overseas investors are negatively reacting to Japanese stocks overall but rather... they are waiting for results, worried about rising oil prices and higher interest rates.”
 Mitsushige Akino - “In the current market, high techs are not exactly the target of investors' buying interest. Under these circumstances, it wouldn't help at all to post disappointing earnings.”
 Mitsushige Akino - “An increasing amount of money is flowing into mutual funds from individuals, driving large capital stocks higher. Even so, the upside is limited as overseas investors are shifting money out of Japan as they are worried about interest rate hikes.”
 Junichi Makino - “What we are now witnessing is the start of an adjustment in land prices that have fallen far beyond reasonable levels.”
 Mitsushige Akino - “The market is filled with good leads today, including the stronger dollar and upbeat corporate earnings results, following a positive surprise last week in Sony's report.”
 Junichi Makino - “The trade surplus will continue to shrink because of higher oil prices and sluggish exports. The direct effect of high oil prices on Japan is negligible and domestic capital spending is strong which is also causing imports to rise.”
 Mitsushige Akino - “The biggest incentive for investors to buy stocks right now is optimism for sustained economic growth. The kind of appetite we're seeing from investors right now won't end easily.”
 Junichi Makino - “The effects of the wage hikes will be minimal as companies are cutting back on the number of jobs on payrolls, relying more on part-timers.”
 Mitsushige Akino - “There was selling pressure today because of news of tighter stock margin trading rules and since today is the last day of delivery of money for sold shares, and the market responded outright.”
 Mitsushige Akino - “Investors were keenly awaiting machinery orders, due out in the afternoon. However, the downside on the main indices was limited as investor hopes for a further rise remained pretty strong. An outcome (on the data) above the market consensus could set the stage for a further boost.”
 Mitsushige Akino - “In the mid-term, an end to the policy is not in itself bad news, as it will bring normalization to monetary policy and signal an end to prolonged deflation.”
 Mitsushige Akino - “In the mid-term run, an end to the policy is not in itself bad news, as it will bring normalization to monetary policy and signal an end to prolonged deflation.”
 Mitsushige Akino - “Now it is certain that the end of the (super-loose) policy is coming at the March meeting (next week).”
 Junichi Makino - “Overseas demand for autos, IT goods and construction machinery which had long supported the overall economic activity in Japan, is now set to slow down, while input cost for Japanese companies is rising.”

Show Page 1
1
Show Page 2
2