Goldman Warns “Further Yen Depreciation Could Be A Net Burden” As Japanese Bankruptcies Soar

Friday, November 28, 2014
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
ZeroHedge.com
11/28/2014

It is no secret that one of the primary drivers of relentless S&P 500 levitation over the past two years, ever since the start of Japan’s mammoth QE, has been the use of the Yen as the carry currency of choice (once again as during the credit bubble of the early-2000s), whose shorting has directly resulted in E-mini levitation. One look at the intraday chart of any JPY pair and the S&P500 is largely sufficient to confirm this. Those days, however, may be coming to an end, at least according to Goldman which overnight released a note saying that the Yen is “Almost at breakeven: Further yen depreciation could be a net burden.”

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