Japan's Nikkei 225: What to Make of Recent Sell-Off
by Editorial Staff
Updated: October 07, 2021
Japanese stocks have been choppy lately -- see our Asian-Pacific Short Term Update editor put it in an Elliott wave perspective, plus explain why, paradoxically, a "weak Japanese yen is good for the Nikkei."
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