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By Bloomberg
on Feb 06 2017 12:00 PM
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Gavin Parry, managing director at Parry International, discusses the rally in Japanese banks, 10-year Japanese government bonds and his outlook for the U.S. dollar. He speaks to Bloomberg's Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)

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on Dec 30 2016 01:00 PM
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Gavin Parry, managing director at Parry International Trading, discusses his outlook for China in 2017, central bank monetary policies and his outlook for the Japanese yen. He speaks to Bloomberg's Angie Lau and David Ingles on "Bloomberg Markets."

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By Bloomberg
on Nov 30 2016 03:00 PM
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Gavin Parry, managing director at Parry International, discusses the Japanese yen, China's monetary policy and the outlook for the Shenzhen-Hong Kong connect. He speaks to Bloomberg's Rosalind Chin, Haidi Lun, Angie Lau and David Ingles on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)

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By Adam Haigh, Min Jeong Lee, Anna Kitanaka
on Nov 09 2016 04:19 PM
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Once again, like after the Brexit vote, one of the biggest routs in global stock markets came a world away in Tokyo. Japan’s benchmark Topix index slumped 4.6 percent, the largest decline since Britain voted to leave the European Union and the worst performance in Asia, as Donald Trump unexpectedly won the U.S. presidential race. It’s familiar territory for investors in the world’s third-largest economy, where equities are often battered by global market shocks as the yen surges on haven demand.

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By Kana Nishizawa
on Aug 02 2016 10:16 AM
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The Shanghai Composite Index was little changed at the midday break after closing at its lowest level since July 1 on Monday. Wanda Cinema Line Co. fell 1.6 percent in Shenzhen after scrapping a $5.6 billion reorganization plan. Future Land Holdings Co. climbed 2.5 percent as a measure of property shares led gains in Shanghai. The ChiNext index of smaller companies rose 0.3 percent, rebounding from a six-week low. Trading in Hong Kong was scrapped for the day as the city continued to be affected by wind and rain from a typhoon.

  Link : http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-08-02/china-stocks-near-one-month-low-as-hong-kong-halts-morning-trade
By Bloomberg
on Jul 06 2016 10:43 AM
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Bloomberg’s Yvonne Man and Doug Krizner spoke with Gavin Parry, Managing Director, Parry International Trading. Parry likes the recent "stealth depreciation’ in the Chinese yuan in terms of the effect it might have on the economy in the second half.

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By Bloomberg
on Feb 15 2016 12:00 AM
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China’s securities regulator is scrapping approvals for new exchange-product listings, signaling accelerating efforts to cut administrative red tape before planned reforms of initial public offerings. New securities products can be listed on stock or futures exchanges without the endorsement of the China Securities Regulatory Commission, according to a statement on the website of the State Council, or cabinet. The revision or termination of futures contracts and bond sales on the interbank market will no longer need regulatory endorsement, the cabinet said. “The State Council is cutting red tape for regulatory approval,” said Gavin Parry, managing director of Parry International Trading Ltd. in Hong Kong. “This should be a good uptick for liquidity in the markets and greater market forces for price discovery is a positive.” Even after President Xi Jinping pledged in November 2013 to give markets a “decisive” role in the $9 trillion economy, the CSRC still pressures companies planning initial public offerings to price them at below-average valuations in an effort to protect small investors. The perception that IPOs are riskless has encouraged some investors to use borrowed money, exposing them to deeper losses once prices stop climbing, according to Shenwan Hongyuan Group Co. China will implement IPO registration reform this year, the government said on March 5 during the start of the annual meeting of the legislature in Beijing. The CSRC plans to transfer its authority to approve IPO applications to the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges in June, Caixin reported in February, citing an internal circular by the regulator.

  Link : http://www.bloomberg.co.jp/apps/news?pid=20672037&sid=avwNrOYenRFQ
By Anna Kitanaka
on Dec 28 2014 12:00 AM
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Japanese shares fell, reversing gains from the morning session, following a report a man is being tested for Ebola in Tokyo. Oil and coal producers and developers led declines among the 33 Topix industry groups. Toyota Motor Corp. slid 0.4 percent as the yen erased a drop against the dollar. Fujifilm Holdings Corp., which makes the Avigan drug used in experimental Ebola treatments, climbed 0.4 percent. Nippon Suisan Kaisha Ltd., a seafood producer, added 3.2 percent as fishing stocks posted the biggest advance. The Topix slid 0.2 percent to 1,424.67 at the close in Tokyo, paring a loss of as much as 1.3 percent in the afternoon after rising as much as 0.4 percent in the morning. Volume was 18 percent below the 30-day average today. The Nikkei 225 Stock Average dropped 0.5 percent to 17,729.84. The yen was little changed at 120.31 per dollar after falling as much as 0.2 percent. “The news that a Japanese man may have Ebola looks to have triggered this drop in shares,” said Gavin Parry, managing director of Parry International Trading Ltd. in Hong Kong. “We think this index selloff is overdone and a knee-jerk reaction. The yen has also amplified the move.” A man in Tokyo in his 30s is being tested for the virus after reporting a fever of more than 38 degrees, the health ministry said. The man had returned from Sierra Leone this month, where he attended a burial and had contact with a body bag, the ministry said. Lacking News “The market is just short on news,” which is why it is reacting to the Ebola report, said Mikey Hsia, a trader at Sunrise Brokers LLP. “So you can give it any reason, and the market will just come off a bit before the investors who buy on dips reappear again.” Fujifilm gained 0.4 percent to 3,783 yen. Airtech Japan Ltd., which makes antibacterial and cleaning equipment, soared 15 percent to 792 yen. Azearth Corp., which sells protective gear to guard against hazards such as bird flu, surged 16 percent to 724 yen. Authorities culled at least 42,000

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By Bloomberg
on Oct 01 2014 12:00 AM
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A few days ago, Bloomberg had a fascinating profile of the person, pardon degenerate Pachinko gambler, who goes under the name CIS, and who is the "mystery man who moves the Japanese market." In a nutshell, CIS, a momentum day trader and living proof of survivorship bias in finance (because for every CIS who has, allegedly, made it some 999,999 have failed) has amassed a fortune that he says now exceeds 16 billion yen after having traded 1.7 trillion yen in his career, generating an after tax profit of 6 billion yen in 2013 alone. Of course, the numbers are likely wildly fabricated for pageview purposes becuase as Bloomberg itself admits, "CIS didn’t offer a complete accounting of his investing returns and his wealth for this story, and some of his claims can’t be verified." That said, it is indeed the case that Japan has increasingly become a cartoon market in which while days can go by without a single trade taking place in its rigged bond market, where the BOJ has soaked up all the liquidity, when it comes to equities, it has become a free for all for "Mr. Watanabes" who have never taken finance, accounting or economics, but who know all about heatmaps and chasing momentum, and as a result, in a rising market/tide environment, have all grown ridiculously rich. The problem, of course, is that what some may call a market is anything but, and has become a fragile playground for a few technicians who move massive sums of money from Point A to Point B, hoping to outsmart the few remaining others, while in the process earning the rents that the BOJ is eagerly handing out by injecting liquidity at a pace that dwarfs what the Fed did for the past 2 years. The other problem is that it is a merely of time before everything crashes into a pile of smoldering rubble thanks to the unprecedented fragility that is now embedded in every market, although most likely in Japan first. Which leads us to what just happened in Japan when as Bloomberg reports, stock orders amounting to a

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By Bloomberg
on Sep 13 2014 06:00 AM
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Gavin Parry: Panelist Gavin has more than 18 years’ experience in Australian, Japanese and South East Asian Financial markets. He has lived in Hong Kong since 2000 covering Japanese and Asian markets. Prior to founding the Parry Group, Gavin was the founding partner of Helmsman Global Trading Ltd in Hong Kong (renamed Helmsec Global Markets Ltd), he also held equity market positions with HSBC Securities and Prudential -Bache Securities. Gavin is licensed with the SFC as a Responsible Officer and holds a Commerce Degree from Monash University, Melbourne, Australia

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