MARKETS SPECTATOR: A lucrative Japanese lunch

As the Bank of Japan prints with abandon the country's stocks are looking appetizing, especially around midday.

Australian-based traders have noticed, since the beginning of the month, that after midday global investors seem to be selling Australian shares, driving the market down from its intraday highs. Many traders suspect the money from such sales is being deployed into purchases of Japanese stocks.


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