Thursday look-in: yen volatility

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Volatility in the Japanese yen. (WSJ, FT Alphaville, Felix Salmon, Money Game)

The equity market is working its way back down towards oversold levels.  Just not yet.  (Bespoke)

All the cool kids are trading at night.  (Forbes)

Groupon is once again talking IPO.  (Bloomberg)

Stop saying ‘Japan is bankrupt.’  (Pragmatic Capitalism)

BP (BP) as a parallel for what is going on in Japan.  (WSJ)

A round-up of more items on the economic impact of the Japanese crisis.  (Econbrowser)

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