Yen Is a Proxy for Japanese Recovery, Not a Driver of U.S. Stocks What was once a sort of oddball idea has become conventional wisdom: when the Japanese yen goes lower the U.S. stock market goes higher. Like anything else "everyone" believes, it's worth some time to question the premise before making investment decisions. Certainly the relationship between the yen and the S&P 500 (^GSPC) has been a [...]
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Ben Bernanke in The Australian Although conventional interest rate policy is constrained by the fact that nominal interest rates cannot fall below zero, the second arrow in the Federal Reserve's quiver - the provision of liquidity - remains effective,Mr Bernanke said.
Gordon Brown in ABC News This is not a time for conventional thinking or outdated dogma but for the fresh and innovative intervention that gets to the heart of the problem,Prime Minister Gordon Brown told a news conference.
Barack Obama in Forbes I think it's fair to say that the Republicans were the party of ideas for a pretty long chunk of time there over the last 10 to 15 years in the sense that they were challenging conventional wisdom,Obama told the newspaper.