Mitsushige Akino

Quote: Sony and Sanyo are coming up with more aggressive restructuring. But investors are now buying companies that can post strong growth without restructuring. [Mitsushige Akino]

Quote: But strong buying interest appeared to beat profit-taking in the end. [Mitsushige Akino]

Quote: The core nationwide CPI emerged largely in line with market consensus forecast, so market's initial reaction appeared to be generally limited. There's no fundamental reason to actively sell shares below the 15,700 mark. [Mitsushige Akino]

Quote: Now it is certain that the end of the (super-loose) policy is coming at the March meeting (next week). [Mitsushige Akino]

Quote: Sony and Sanyo are coming up with more aggressive restructuring. But investors are now buying companies that can post strong growth without restructuring, [Mitsushige Akino]

Quote: Some investors focused on domestic demand-led sectors, while high-tech firms appeared to be weaker due to lingering worries over the firmer yen. [Mitsushige Akino]

Quote: The market took a breather ... as investors moved to lock-in profits after the main indices here surged to more-than-five-year highs. [Mitsushige Akino]

Quote: It's not really that overseas investors are negatively reacting to Japanese stocks overall but rather... they are waiting for results, worried about rising oil prices and higher interest rates. [Mitsushige Akino]

Quote: The downward spiral that plagued Sony seems to have ended. [Mitsushige Akino]

Quote: In the current market, high techs are not exactly the target of investors' buying interest. Under these circumstances, it wouldn't help at all to post disappointing earnings. [Mitsushige Akino]

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