Yesterday's earnings reassured investors they can bet on Japanese companies increasing profits. Many companies will report solid earnings, supported by the country's economic growth.
Yesterday I think Softbank gained as investors saw this as part of its new growth strategy. But I think the price of the purchase is very much at a premium.
Low rates have supported equities globally, so investors are concerned interest rates will rise further.
Much of the panic selling is over. People are cooling off and realized that the fundamentals of the economy and companies are still solid.
Much of the optimism about the economy has already been discounted into the shares and they're not cheap.
Nissan isn't the only company putting out conservative estimates.
It is impossible to expect that things will improve in a short period of time at Sony, ... The company has only just begun a begun a real structural reform.
The allegations, whether they are true or not, cast doubt among investors on the quick-growth business model of net-related companies, which will have a big impact on their shares.
The policy shift will highlight the strength of Japan's economic growth. A recovery in asset prices will be a big long-term plus for shares, especially for banks.
We've had a good year and I expect another good one in the next fiscal year.
There is some concern that banks' earnings momentum will slow, so some investors have been shifting out of their shares.
Sony is like a supertanker and it will take some time for Stringer to turn the ship around. They haven't developed any new products that are selling well and they've only started cost reductions.
Right now, the large-cap recovery is very strong, while small-caps are vulnerable.
Public business-related sectors such as utilities are the most negatively influenced by interest rates because their borrowing is very high.
Profits at steel makers will continue to increase because demand is rising, while supplies remain tight.
Bank stocks have become a core holding for foreigners because Japan's economic recovery is looking increasingly sustainable.
It's a buying opportunity, especially after the recent sell-off, which was driven mainly by individuals. In Japan, investors are expecting strong economic growth figures later this week.
Everyone seems to love bank stocks at the moment. Land prices are finally turning around, and with deflation near an end, Japan's recovery is well in place.
The banking business in Japan is becoming better and better. I'm bullish on bank shares for the long term.
The negative business outlooks by Texas Instruments and Intel will definitely hurt sentiment for technology shares in the short term.
I'm bullish on bank shares. The banking business in Japan is becoming better and better.
I'm bullish on bank shares, ... The banking business in Japan is becoming better and better.
Investors' high sensitivity to quarterly results is moving the market.
I don't think this is an extreme fall.
The earnings momentum for technology companies will definitely help boost their shares in the short term.
The comments show that Japan's economy is growing rapidly and deflationary pressure is near an end. A rebound in asset prices will have the most positive impact on the banking sector because it will stimulate an increase in loan demand.
The Japanese economy is getting better and better all the time and that's why international investors have favored Japanese stocks.
The Japanese economy, as the approval of foreign investors has been showing, has undoubtedly improved.