Lacking In Direction

January 2006
Emerging Markets Monitor;1/30/2006, Vol. 11 Issue 40, p10
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The article provides an outlook for Japanese yen for 2006. The currency lacks strength against the dollar, euro and other Asian currencies. The deterioration of the trade surplus contributed to the yen's weakness. The surplus declined by 26.5 percent in 2005.


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