Japan - Makro

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      schrieb am 24.01.24 12:40:27
      Beitrag Nr. 76 ()
      Japan Bond Yields, Bank Shares Jump on BOJ Rate Hike Bets…
      As traders increased bets that the Bank of Japan will push ahead in the next few months with its first rate hike since 2007, 10-year note yields climbed as much as 10.5 basis points. Shares of Japanese banks, who have struggled through decades of deflation, rose on expectations higher interest rates will improve their lending margins.

      A rate increase by the BOJ will be another sign that the world’s third-biggest economy is coming out of an extended period of sluggish demand since an asset-price bubble burst in the early 1990’s, that ultimately prompted the bank to unleash radical stimulus measures.

      Nikkei 225 | 36.282,28 PKT
      schrieb am 15.01.24 12:03:38
      Beitrag Nr. 75 ()
      Japan Plans These Stock Market Steps in 2024 to Lure More Buyers…
      Japan’s stock market is unveiling a slew of measures this year aimed at making it more attractive for retail investors and global funds, including an expansion of the tax-exempt retirement savings account program.

      The new Nippon Individual Savings Account, or NISA, already appears to drawing in more individual investors, according to Rakuten Securities Inc. President Yuji Kusunoki. Traders bullish on Japanese shares are hoping that the revised system and other steps will help extend last-year’s equity rally that saw the Nikkei 225 and Topix index beat major global peers to touch 34-year highs. Here are some of those measures that share investors are watching.

      The government is increasing the amount investors can put into NISA and also making it easier to put money in the accounts, in an effort to boost investments by households in one of the world’s fastest aging populations.

      Nikkei 225 | 36.041,21 PKT
      schrieb am 10.01.24 12:41:51
      Beitrag Nr. 74 ()
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      China’s Bedraggled Stock Investors Flock to Surging Japan ETFs…
      Activity in the AMC Nomura fund has swelled since the middle of last year as mom-and-pop investors turned their sights to China’s neighbor while stocks at home showed no signs of revival. Japan’s Topix Index rose 25% last year to a 34-year high as China’s CSI 300 Index dropped 11% amid concerns about the country’s economic recovery, geopolitical challenges and troubles in the property sector.

      Nikkei 225 | 34.717,97 PKT
      schrieb am 10.01.24 12:35:35
      Beitrag Nr. 73 ()

      Japan Shares Beat Asia Peers With Indexes Hitting 34-Year Highs…
      Japanese shares outperformed regional peers on Wednesday with the broad Topix index climbing to the highest in 34 years, as the weaker yen and falling bond yields fueled bullish investor sentiment.

      The jump in the Nikkei and Topix suggests that investor optimism toward Japanese shares remains strong this year after both gauges advanced more than 25% in 2023 to mark their best performance in a decade. The measures were among the world’s biggest gainers last year as authorities pushed companies to improve shareholder value, decades-long deflation faded, and a weak yen supported exporter earnings.

      “We think Japan markets could continue to remain attractive for now, although the returns may not be as strong as those in 2023,” said Charu Chanana, market strategist for Saxo Capital Markets Pte.

      Potential headwinds for Japanese equities this year include expectations of the Bank of Japan tweaking its super-easy monetary policy and possible yen appreciation, Chanana said. But “both seem to be delayed,” after a strong earthquake on Jan. 1 and weak economic data, as well as uncertainties about the Federal Reserve’s interest rate-cut outlook, she said.

      Nikkei 225 | 34.722,97 PKT
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      schrieb am 15.12.23 13:26:40
      Beitrag Nr. 72 ()
      Japan Factory PMI Slides Back to Pandemic-Era Level Ahead of BOJ…
      Activity in Japan’s factory sector deteriorated to a level matching a three-year low, a pessimistic data point for Bank of Japan officials to mull when they meet to decide policy next week.

      The au Jibun Bank’s purchasing managers index of activity in Japan’s manufacturing sector dipped to 47.7 in December, the lowest since February and matching the level back in September 2020, when the economy was starting to emerge from the pandemic. The gauge has languished below the 50 mark that separates a contraction from an expansion for seven consecutive months.

      The reading for the service sector advanced to 52, helping to boost the composite index to 50.4.

      Nikkei 225 | 32.931,30 PKT

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      Beitrag Nr. 71 ()

      Japan’s Largest Banks to Buy Back Shares After Profit Soars…
      Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc. announced a $2.6 billion share buyback program on Tuesday after fiscal second-quarter profit tripled.

      Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group Inc. raised its full-year net income forecast and said it plans to spend as much as 150 billion yen ($989 million) repurchasing stock.

      A day earlier, Mizuho Financial Group Inc. boosted its annual dividend guidance along with its earnings target.

      The results reflect the benefits of the banks’ overseas expansions, which have allowed them to generate earnings that have increased in yen terms once repatriated home. Japan’s currency has slid about 25% in the past two years against the dollar.

      Nikkei 225 | 33.097,91 PKT
      schrieb am 06.11.23 08:35:42
      Beitrag Nr. 70 ()
      WSJ: BOJ Gov. Ueda Suggests Low Possibility of Negative Rates Ending This Year
      The BOJ governor said Japan was making progress toward stable inflation…
      The likelihood that the Bank of Japan will end negative interest rates in the immediate term is low, Gov. Kazuo Ueda suggested Monday, given uncertainty over the outlook for consumer prices and wages.

      “Theoretically speaking, [abolishing the negative-rate policy] can happen at any meeting,” Ueda said at a news conference Monday. “But if you ask whether it can happen this year, we only have less than two months left, although I cannot say that such a possibility is zero.”

      Nikkei 225 | 32.703,64 PKT
      schrieb am 26.09.23 15:48:48
      Beitrag Nr. 69 ()
      Japan’s Stock Boom to Drive Equity Sales Through 2024, BofA Says…
      Japan’s world-beating stock rally should continue to fuel sales in both its primary and secondary equity markets through next year, according to BofA Securities Japan Co.

      Proceeds from initial public offerings and additional share sales in Japan have reached more than $20 billion so far in 2023, an increase of 3.5 times compared with the same period last year. That’s come as the benchmark Topix has surged about 11% in dollar terms, outpacing gains in a gauge of global peers.

      “There is a usually a lag between Japanese market performance and corporate ECM activity, so I think that this trend will continue for the next year or two,” said Shu Nagata, the head of Japan Global Capital Markets at BofA.

      Positives including a weak yen, ultra-easy monetary policy and hopes for stable inflation have helped push the Topix to its highest level since 1990. Foreign investment has also picked up, encouraged by the Tokyo Stock Exchange’s drive for higher corporate valuations.

      Nagata noted that BofA hosted a Japan conference at the beginning of September which saw increases in participants from the US, Europe and Asia.

      “Japan’s market is changing much more than expected,” he said. “There is a feeling of real change to the Japanese economy itself.”

      The equity boom has driven a variety of equity deals. While Japanese IPOs “tend to be a longer-term product,” taking about a month from launch to listing, market upswings also drive demand for more short-term deals like block trades, Nagata said.

      Nikkei 225 | 32.178,26 PKT
      schrieb am 25.09.23 19:25:25
      Beitrag Nr. 68 ()
      Japan’s Kishida to Reform Asset Management to Lure Foreign Investors…
      Japan must enhance the way assets are managed to encourage foreign investors to help prompt a long-awaited shift among households from savings to assets, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said.

      Improvements are needed for corporate governance, lowering entry barriers and boosting asset classes as foreign investors show a rising interest in Japan, Kishida said at an event of brokerage firms on Monday. He was the first premier to attend the event in 29 years, and his remarks kicked off a promotional campaign by the government to try and sell Japan as a key international financial center.

      “I want everyone here to carry out strong reforms, with a sense of urgency — as if you would be left behind without changing now,” said Kishida, who last week made a renewed bid in New York to lure foreign asset managers to Japan.

      Nikkei 225 | 32.522,03 PKT
      schrieb am 21.09.23 17:44:46
      Beitrag Nr. 67 ()
      "Japan Value" :laugh:

      A Popular Quant Trade Misfiring on Wall Street Rallies Overseas…
      So-called value shares — which trade at lower multiples relative to fundamentals — are all the rage again but this time in Asia and, more recently, Europe.

      Investors are essentially betting that global interest rates will stay higher for longer without torpedoing economic growth. In Japan, cheap-looking shares have outperformed so-called growth equities by a beefy 17 percentage points on a total return basis, MSCI indexes show. That comes amid growing expectations that the Bank of Japan is closer to ending its historic monetary-easing campaign.

      In other parts of Asia, the investing style has won out by 7 percentage points. In Europe, a resurgence this month has put cheap shares in the lead for 2023.

      For so-called factor investors who slice and dice shares by how cheap they look, the strategy’s overseas gains are softening the pain from losses over in the US — where an extraordinary AI boom is instead boosting shares touted for their long-term growth promise. On Wall Street, value has trailed growth by 30 percentage points, set for the worst annual performance since the 2020 pandemic crash.

      “In this new higher-for-longer rates regime, cheaper stocks should have more chance to outperform, especially if they deliver stronger earnings as they have been doing most recently,” Barclays Plc strategists led by Emmanuel Cau wrote in a note.

      Nikkei 225 | 32.166,20 PKT
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