From WSJ MarketWatch: The Nikkei continues to dance like a puppet on strings, as questions regarding the strength and validity of its bond market ramps up,...

From WSJ MarketWatch: The Nikkei continues to dance like a puppet on strings, as questions regarding the strength and validity of its bond market ramps up, says IG Markets strategist Evan Lucas. Japanese stocks swung between gains and losses early Tuesday, with many exporters advancing on the back of a pullback in the yen, while financials weakened amidst recent volatility in government bonds. After opening more than 1% lower to drop below the 14,000-point level earlier today, the Nikkei recovered to move in the range of 13,946 and 14,363 points. Read more: (VIEW LINK)


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