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Asian Stocks Wrap Up Their Worst Month Since the Pandemic's Onset

September has been a ragged time for mega-caps in particular, with Hong Kong and South Korea especially hard hit.

London Calling: U.K.'s 10-Year Gilt Shocks the System

Let's check out the dumpster fire in the United Kingdom -- just as we were turning to Japan's yen move.

Asia Opens Back Up to Travel - Finally

Hong Kong and Taiwan declare an end to the mandatory hotel quarantine, while Japan reopens to all travelers.

The Yen Can Still Move Tech Stocks, but in a Way You Wouldn't Expect

Let me show you how a move from the Bank of Japan could offer a glimmer of hope for names like Apple and Microsoft.

The Market Is Trying to Front Run the Fed Amid Multiple Variables

Expect the Fed to continue sharply raising interest rates as the August CPI inflation reading was higher than expected.

Yen Set to Weaken Further From 24-Year Low

Although Japanese central bankers say they are watching the currency, they show no sign of intervention -- probably because intervention is unlikely to work.

Look to These 6 Plays as Japan Resumes Nuclear Power

Japan's PM says his country should get back in the nuclear power generation game - a necessary step for greener energy and power self-sufficiency.

Japan Rises Above Pre-Covid Levels, Set for 3 Years of Growth

The tortoise of Japan may be far behind the hare in the West, but Tokyo is pacing itself for steady multiyear growth.

'Remarkably Mild' Market Response to China's War Drills Off Taiwan

In response to Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan, China has fired missiles over the island and into Japanese waters, and is simulating a military blockade.

Shinzo Abe Made Japan Believe in Itself Again

Japan's longest-serving leader was assassinated Friday. His 'Abenomics' revived Japan's economy.