Ayako Sera - Sumitomo Mitsui Trust


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These levels are scary. Everything must end sometime. There are no strong incentives to sell Japanese stocks at the moment, but there aren't strong incentives to buy them, either, particularly with growth in China slowing.feedback
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Oct 19 2017
Ayako Sera has been quoted 44 times in 37 different articles. On this page, you will find all of Ayako Sera’s quotes organized by date and topic. Alongside each quote is a link back to the article where the quote was reported, so you can go back to the source for more context if you need it. Topics that Ayako Sera speaks about are U.S., BOJ, and market, for example. Most recently, Ayako Sera was quoted in the article Dollar trades sideways as investors await Fed's policy signals saying, “The day ahead of a Fed meeting is 'doki doki.”.
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Feb 28 2017

This could be like the case of his inauguration speech, in which expectations were high, but he didn't come up with any concrete details. The market does not want a repeat of that, and wants to hear some actual plans, or there will be disappointment.feedback

Feb 15 2017 - Federal Reserve

Investors didn't expect Yellen to be that hawkish, so the dollar gained.feedback

Feb 15 2017 - Federal Reserve

There are no big factors preventing the Fed from raising rates in March. Unless the emerging markets become volatile or the U.S. economic data shows weakness, the March rate hike is highly plausible.feedback

Jan 31 2017

The 19,000 level for the Nikkei is firmer than I thought. I expected it to fall more, but it seems to be holding for now, as investors await more earnings from companies.feedback

Jan 25 2017

It's largely a 'Trump market' at the moment, with sentiment moving on whatever he says on a particular day.feedback

Jan 20 2017

The dollar came off this week's lows and was even higher in U.S. trade, so this is providing some support for Japanese stocks today.feedback

Jan 11 2017 - Japan

There's 'Good Trump' and 'Bad Trump' for the markets. Will 'Good Trump' return before the inauguration? We need to see if the overnight dollar low holds in today's Tokyo session.feedback

Dec 28 2016

The next data to watch is U.S. payrolls due on Jan. 6. Markets are prepared for data showing a strong U.S. economy but not for the opposite.feedback

Dec 21 2016

The impact on forex market is limited for now, mainly because many people are away on holidays. But European bank stocks are down, and EU bonds could also be hit later in the day on worries for the future of Monte dei Paschi.feedback

Dec 19 2016

The speed of the yen's weakening was likely much faster than the BOJ anticipated.feedback

Dec 19 2016

While no major changes are expected from the meeting, some tweaks to policy are possible, to adjust to the new market situation.feedback

Dec 09 2016

But ECB showed after all that it is willing to ease for a longer term, expanding what it could buy.feedback

Nov 29 2016 - Italian elections

Renzi is not obligated to step down, but has said he intends to if he loses, which has weighed on the euro.feedback

Nov 24 2016

The strong dollar will undermine the U.S. economy in the long run, especially the manufacturing sector.feedback

Nov 24 2016

The dollar index is on an upward trend as the Trump euphoria continues.feedback

Nov 07 2016

Until tomorrow's election - the day after tomorrow, in Asian time - it is hard for investors to focus on anything else. We had U.S. employment data on Friday, which is usually a major focus, but this time, the reaction was muted.feedback

Sep 30 2016

The latest fears remind investors of the Lehman shock.feedback

Sep 30 2016

This time, there is supposed to be a safety net in place to prevent a major impact on global markets, but there are still many unknowns about this current situation, and a shortage of information.feedback

Sep 21 2016

It does give somewhat of an impression of further easing, targeting the 10-year yield at zero and setting a yield curve target. Overall, that does seem like an easing, but we really don't know if it will have the actual impact of an easing on the market, and it will take some time to find out.feedback

Sep 14 2016 - Federal Reserve

Uncertainty about U.S. Federal Reserve policy is affecting global shares, and there is also uncertainly about BOJ policy as well.feedback

Sep 08 2016

There's still a lot of time between now and the Fed and BOJ meetings, and it's hard for investors to move ahead of them, with so many unknowns.feedback

Sep 01 2016

Markets aren't showing much reaction to the official China PMI, even though it edged up slightly above the 50-point level. It did not give much of a lift to Japanese markets, for which U.S. markets are a bigger factor.feedback

Aug 29 2016 - Federal Reserve

It wasn't so much what Yellen said, but what Fischer said afterward that really moved markets.feedback

Aug 22 2016

Fischer's comments have raised some expectations in the market, particularly after Dudley's recent comments.feedback

Aug 05 2016

The Nikkei is up today, but there is a feeling of weakness in the market, as investors wait for the U.S. employment data to confirm the strength of the U.S. economy.feedback

Aug 05 2016

Based on our analysis, the payroll growth in July is likely to be pretty strong. I expect a figure above 200,000. That should be positive for the dollar.feedback

Aug 02 2016

The correction in JGBs is quite severe. Investors are still cutting their long positions built up ahead of the BOJ meeting.feedback

Jul 19 2016

It's hard to maintain consistent optimism when markets attain such high levels, and some profit-taking is natural.feedback

May 18 2016

The yen strengthened a bit because growth was stronger than many had expected. But looking at the details, there were still some concerning areas, including capital spending.feedback

Apr 19 2016

There's a clear divide between the Fed governors and regional Feds and we have to see how this will pan out.feedback

Feb 24 2016

I suspect few people were expecting a deal to cut production so his comments are hardly a surprise. Yet, the latest development seems to suggest that for oil producers to get more united they will have to feel more pain.feedback

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