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(2017/06/10)[未分類]
A merit and demerit when an exchange rate became the weak yen

When the yen changed in the weak yen direction, what is the advantage brought by domestic industry?

The weak yen is the chance when the sales of the export company are postponed till.

The price of export business falls when I change sales price if it becomes the weak yen.

Therefore it is the structure which overseas many people come to buy a Japanese product for.

Amount of production of the export business increases if it becomes the weak yen and the business results of the export company lengthen and are reflected to wages.

When an exchange rate becomes the weak yen, the stock prices rise.

When become the weak yen, the overseas investors pour a fund into Japanese Yen; of the weak yen when beat, buy the brand of various stocks; move to work.

If a stock goes up, the company comes to be able to carry out various activities.

However, it is not only a good thing to be weak yen.

As for receiving a blow by weak yen, import is industrial. This is because you come to have to sell import goods at a high price.

It is a characteristic of the weak yen that must pour much Japanese Yen into overall import than before.

As a result, a crude oil price rises, and an energy bill rises.

When a stocking level of import goods rises under the influence of strong yen, the company which depends on import for raw materials receives a blow.

When the price of product rises like a chain reaction, consumption in the country will be sluggish.

If a thing rises, the side to buy will be going to refrain from the shopping except the minimum.

It will be necessary for the weak yen to watch exchange based on there being not only a good point but also the fault.

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