FED speakers in focus

The benchmark Nikkei share average rose 2.2 percent to 14,588.68.The highest since Oct 23, and posted the biggest daily percentage gain since early September.

Dow hits record close and this is 35th this year. It was a quit session and bank holiday as the U.S celebrated Veteran`s day. The DOW finished at a new record close of 15,783,10. Up +0,14%.

The Federal Reserve will use its tentative outright treasury purchase schedule will pump nearly six billion dollars into the markets in one day. This can move some markets and look for the bond market.

On friday, Sony lounches its PlayStation 4, while Microsoft releases the Xbox One next week on Nov. 25. Great timing for both of them, but what do you want to buy? Playstation 4 or Xbox One?

Solar stocks are bouncing back again after last thursday’s SolarCity-led sellof. The industry sentiment has been increasingly positive because of the good earnings news, optimism about the demand for 2014 and signs government support remains healthy.

JA Solar (JASO) is up +10,1%. JKS is up 10,5%. CSUN is up +8,8%. STRI is up +7,3%. TSL is up +7,9%. Fed speakers are in focus.


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