Most Markets Going Nowhere — Japan Has Another Big Day


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Mostly it’s quiet, as has become the norm.Europe is generally flat.

US futures are flat.

The big mover of the day was Japan, which gained 1.4% (hitting a 23-month high) on new monetary talk and fiscal stimulus. New Japanese PM Shinzo Abe seems to be on a stimulus-a-day diet right now, pushing the market higher and higher.

Today will be very quiet in terms of US economic data.

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