Which Japan companies are the hottest?
It has been a long time since we’ve had to rank Japan companies.
The company market was largely unaffected by the earthquake and tsunami, and we haven’t had to worry about any major disruption.
However, this year has been particularly challenging for the Japanese stock market, which has been struggling to recover from a series of major market crashes, and a major downgrade in the yen.
Japan’s stock market has been on a tear lately, climbing almost 50% from its record high in August.
But that rally is currently on a downward path, with the Nikkei 225 index down nearly 6% over the past month.
While stocks in Japan are mostly driven by the Japanese economy, it also has a big impact on the Japanese foreign exchange market.
The Japanese yen is currently worth about 5.4% of the US dollar, making the Japanese market the world’s largest.
This means that if the Japanese government were to devalue the yen by 10% in the coming months, the foreign exchange exchange market would lose nearly half of its value.
This would mean a big decline for the Nikko market, the only foreign exchange traded fund in Japan.
This is the reason why investors are looking for a way to hedge against any potential economic weakness in the Nikkolei market.
This article will attempt to break down which Japanese companies have been the hottest on the Nikkos market.