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(2017/06/10)[未分類]
Weak yen and strong yen of the exchange rate

Weak yen, the word strong yen are words to hear in the news about the exchange rate of Japanese yen well.

An opportunity to hear it seems to have many people not to understand a meaning a little although there is many it.

Weak yen is that value of Japanese yen becomes cheaper.

When 1 dollar = 80 yen becomes 1 dollar = 90 yen, it is weak yen.

This is because the thing which got off with 80 yen is necessary 90 yen until now to buy a product of 1 dollar.

The exchange rate is to have left for the weak yen direction.

It is cheaper and can purchase a Japanese product in the United States when it becomes the weak yen.

As a result, export of Japan increases.

Conversely, the export from the United States to Japan decreases.

Seeing from Japan, this is because it becomes hard to buy an American product highly.

It is strong yen that value of Japanese yen relatively becomes higher for this objection.

Strong yen is that 1 dollar 100 is, for example, 95 yen.

Japanese Yen attracts popularity, and value is finished because many people are going to buy Japanese Yen.

I can judge the movement to buy a Japanese bond and stock certificate for to become active.

When an American purchases a Japanese stock at the time of 120 yen to the dollar, I can gain on foreign exchange gain even if the stock prices do not rise when exchange becomes 100 yen to the dollar.

There are a lot of foreign investors purchasing a Japanese stock positively, but such people take the change of the exchange rate into account.

When I know the structure of the exchange and know what kind of influence strong yen, weak yen have on import, the export each, it becomes easy to do exchange dealings.

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