21 Total Quotes

Tsuyoshi Segawa Quotes

It is a relief for both Japanese and U.S. investors that the Nasdaq has hit a floor.
Tsuyoshi Segawa
#Floor

Investors are waiting for earnings releases, the peak of which will come next week.
Tsuyoshi Segawa
#Investors #Earnings

Tech plays are destined to be thrown away today after the Nasdaq. It's unavoidable whether we like it or not.
Tsuyoshi Segawa
#Nasdaq

The Nasdaq market's sell-off was a disappointment.
Tsuyoshi Segawa
#Disappointment

I see no reason to buy banks now. Their fundamentals are shaky with bad loans and companies are stepping up selling of bank shares ahead of the September implementation of mark-to-market accounting rules.
Tsuyoshi Segawa
#Accounting #Banks

The market is looking at other, more important things -- U.S. interest rates, corporate earnings, China's economy and so on.
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#Economy #China #Interest Rates

We were too excited about the news concerning Hewlett-Packard and had not expected a fall in the Nasdaq.
Tsuyoshi Segawa
#Nasdaq

With the year-end and new-year retail sales showing good results, the market mirrors optimism about the outlook of domestic consumption.
Tsuyoshi Segawa
#Optimism #New Year

The jobs data is the main concern here.
Tsuyoshi Segawa
#Jobs

Those who can wait until next week are not bothering to trade today (ahead of the release of GDP data),
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#GDP

The result of the no-confidence vote was disappointing to say the least, ... The budget should go through now, but the political uncertainty's still there.
Tsuyoshi Segawa
#Budget

The market still has enough energy left to focus on certain stocks. Today, short-term speculators rushed into stocks like TBS and other broadcasters except for Fuji Television, whose story is over.
Tsuyoshi Segawa
#Stocks

The result of the no-confidence vote was disappointing to say the least. The budget should go through now, but the political uncertainty's still there.
Tsuyoshi Segawa
#Budget

Those who can wait until next week are not bothering to trade today (ahead of the release of GDP data).
Tsuyoshi Segawa
#GDP

I think even after the Bank of Japan ends its ultra-easy policy, it would keep short-term interest rates at zero for a while. But the market is now concerned about how banks will change their lending stance.
Tsuyoshi Segawa
#Banks #Interest Rates