A rare bird is spotted in Japan . price hikes. With the weakening yen (FXY) starting to hit...


A rare bird is spotted in Japan ... price hikes. With the weakening yen (FXY) starting to hit profits, Apple bumps the prices of iPads and iPods. The company joins Tiffany, Miele, and Volkswagon who also increased prices recently. 10-year JGB yields continue under 1%, off 4 bps overnight to 0.85%.

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  • mickmars
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    Money printing leading to inflation for the common man? Say it ain't so...
    31 May 2013, 07:55 AM Reply Like
  • Aristiphones
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    well the real question actually is "does it lead to devaluation." these types of hikes are not done willingly and are an omen for "something wicked this way comes." in other words "you don't charge more for the same cheeseburger unless you feel you have to"...or you think it's what the Government wants. obviously the Government says it wants inflation...well, "here it comes."
    31 May 2013, 11:36 AM Reply Like
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