First Word Asia: Why Markets Ex-Japan Are So Buoyant

Mar. 18, 2016


How long does it last? The Federal Reserve-induced dollar weakness is powering Asian stocks outside Japan to their highest level of the year. Oil held gains above $40 a barrel. A resurgent yen sent Japanese shares lower.

On First Word Asia, Bloomberg's Doug Krizner and Bryan Curtis asked David Goldman, Columnist, Asia Times, why markets ex-Japan are so buoyant.

First Word Asia on Bloomberg Radio: Breaking economic, business and market news as it happens around the globe, with a special focus on Asia.



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