Monday, January 21, 2019

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Earlier this week, it was like old times as the financial sector helped lead the rally. On Thursday, it looked more like a rerun of 2018, with financials climbing about 0.5% but well down on the Tokyo escort sector leaderboard. This came after Morgan Stanley’s (MS) disappointing earnings, though MS shares did claw back a little after dropping sharply early on. Most of the big banks suffered in Q4 from a tough trading environment, and MS arguably had the worst time.
However, the escorts in Tokyo entire sector still faces a potential challenge. If interest rates remain flat, that means they don’t have the spread revenue coming in, conceivably making them more reliant on trading. The financial sector is having a decent start to 2019, but we’re still only a couple weeks in and the interest rate environment doesn’t look particularly Japanese escorts favorable, at least not if you’re a bank trying to boost margins.

On the data watch today, University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment is arguably the biggest piece of economic news. Holiday shopping season, which originally had looked pretty escorts in Tokyo impressive, now has some questions surrounding it after Macy’s and Nordstrom reported disappointing sales. The confidence number might help investors glean whether any retail blues might have stemmed from falling sentiment.
Pony Up: With Ford earnings due next escort agency Tokyo Wednesday, maybe it’s a good time to check in on one of the company’s flagships, the iconic Ford Mustang. This April marks the 55th anniversary of the car’s 1964 introduction, and it coincides with F planning to stop production of almost all small- and mid-size cars in the U.S., escort agency in Tokyo except for the Mustang. More than 10 million Ford “pony cars” have gone out the door since its debut, but not all is smooth revving in the corral. Mustang sales fell more than 7% in 2018, and are down nearly 40% from 2015, according to auto industry data. One issue is that Mustang sales historically pop when a new model comes out, and F hasn’t introduced a completely new Mustang in four years. Unfortunately for F, a new Mustang appears to be about two years best Tokyo escorts out, automotive media outlets report. The Mustang was the best-selling sports coupe in the world last year, with more than 75,000 rolling out to U.S. customers and thousands more selling abroad. The company also might have a 700-horsepower Mustang in the works that could top 200 miles per hour, Road & Track reported.
Paint Splatters: It’s no secret that the U.S. housing market has been under pressure lately, but the weaker than expected preliminary Q4 results this week from paint maker Sherwin-Williams probably helped send additional shivers through some of the home builder and home improvement companies. In a side note, home best Tokyo escort agency construction company PulteGroup received a downgrade Thursday and shares fell, reflecting in part the slowing housing environment as homes grow more expensive. Often when home construction companies suffer, that helps pick up some of the home renovation companies like Lowe’s and Home Depot, the thought being that if people can’t afford a new home, maybe they’ll do a new kitchen or high class escorts Tokyo bathroom. However, painting comes with any home project, so it might make some market participants nervous to see Sherwin-Williams' business hurting. Lowes and Home Depot report later this earnings season, but consider staying tuned for their insights now that Sherwin-Williams has raised concerns about perhaps more weakness in housing.
Technical Picture: Thursday’s late rally pushed the high-class escort Tokyo S&P 500 Index above its 50-day moving average of 2626. This week marks the first time in about a month that the S&P 500 has flirted or surpassed a major moving average, and that could potentially help the market from a Tokyo outcalls chart perspective. On another note, the S&P 500 is approaching what technical traders call a “50% retracement” of the gap between its Q4 closing low and its 2018 closing high. The level to consider watching is around 2640, which would mean a 50% comeback from Dec. 24 when the market most recently bottomed. A close above 2640 might signal to some traders that the rally has more legs, and could mean some investors putting money back to work in the market. However, we’ll have to wait and see. Things have come pretty far, pretty fast, and there’s also the risk of profit-taking ahead of the long weekend.

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A long weekend looms, but before that, there’s a lot to digest. Perhaps topping the list is the latest scuttlebutt around trade with China (see more below). Netflix earnings also  Tokyo escorts rank high, with shares down 3% in pre-market trading after a Q4 revenue miss. Automaker Tesla is also in the news after announcing plans to shrink its workforce as it tries to lower product prices and improve its margins.
Amid optimism over China, markets in Europe and Asia all rose more than 1% early Friday, one of those few escorts in Tokyo times when every index is in sync. U.S. stocks also had a positive tone before the opening bell, but whether that can last is a big question. Whichever way the market is going heading into the last hour today, it might be interesting to see if it reverses course if people flatten out their positions in a possible attempt to lessen up on risk ahead of the weekend. Then we’ll have Japanese escorts  to watch and see what kind of news comes out over the next three days, especially on the China front.

If investors needed any more evidence of Tokyo escort how closely the market is tracking U.S./China negotiations, they arguably got it Thursday. Major indices woke up from a lethargic morning after The Wall Street Journal reported that Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin proposed lifting some or all tariffs to advance trade talks and win China’s support for longer-term reforms.
This is far from a done deal, and investors should consider taking it for what it is—likely a trial balloon Tokyo escorts agency that could face resistance from harder-line U.S. negotiators. The other thing to consider is that China news can work both ways. There continues to be a lot of rumor and innuendo, and on any given day either positive or negative tidings on the situation could lift or trip up the markets.
Remember, as recently as Thursday morning, moods were sullen as China’s government escorts agency Tokyo referred to proposed U.S. legislation against Chinese firms Huawei and ZTE as “hysteria.” At the same time, there was a report that the U.S. was considering new auto tariffs. In other words, things can change on a dime.
That’s one reason volatility remains high, though the Cboe Volatility Index—the market’s main fear indicator, retreated down to near 18 on Thursday from above 30 in the days after Christmas.
With so much rumor in the air not only about China but also on the government shutdown and Brexit, caution could be the watchword going into the U.S. three-day holiday weekend. As we noted yesterday, recent Fridays have brought some profit taking, especially in weeks where the market has already booked some gains. This trend actually has a name high class Tokyo escorts : the “Friday effect.”  If things do remain steady toward the last hour today, the takeaway would probably be bullish. That’s because it could solidify thoughts that people are getting more comfortable with risk after months of “risk-off” trading.
Some risk-on sentiment appeared to show up late this week as 10-year Treasury note yields climbed to 2.75% by the end of the day Thursday, closing in on three-week highs posted earlier this week. Some of the more cyclical sectors drew investor interest Tokyo Thursday, as well, with the sector leaderboard dominated by industrials, materials, and energy. The possibly softer tone in trade negotiations reported by The Wall Street Journal appeared to help those sectors, with some of the bellwether stocks like Caterpillar and Boeing getting a lift. Some analysts call these the canaries in the coal mine for optimism or pessimism about China tariffs.
Most of the FAANGs, on the other hand, only escorts posted small gains Thursday as investors awaited earnings from Netflix after the close. When the news did come, the Netflix movie appeared to have a bittersweet ending.
Yes, streaming subscriber numbers rose more than expected, climbing by 11.36 million in Q4, and the blogs company’s Q4 earnings per share beat third-party consensus estimates. However, revenue just missed analysts’ expectations. Also, Netflix also continues to spend a lot of money, though it promised its cash burn would peak this year and then go down. Comcast and Disney also have streaming options, so competition is heating up.
In a conference call with analysts, Netflix executives said the company’s spending reflects its move toward more “owned” content and production. Netflix expects 8.9 million global subscribers in Q1, above a pre-earnings third-party consensus of 8.2 million. That growth, it said, is due to the success of original productions like Bird Box.
In one sense, the spending isn’t necessarily a bad thing. If Netflix continues to put its money into successful original productions, it’s arguable that the costs ultimately could pay off in more subscribers. Still, it seems like maybe Netflix has had such an incredible run in the market recently that a lot of the news is already out. The company released viewership numbers a while ago, so what else can it say? It may have run out of bullets on how to excite people, at least for now.
High-end retailer Tiffany is also in the news as it reported holiday results. The company guided toward the low end of its previously-disclosed earnings per share range, and comparable year-over-year sales fell 2% during the holiday season. Much of the company’s sales are related to tourism, so the spat between China and the U.S. might be a pressure point. However, shares bounced back in pre-market trading after being down earlier.

Sunday, January 6, 2019

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It’s not only funding that can be gained from the private sector when it comes to sustainable infrastructure. Companies concerned with sustainability issues are already leading the way in employing new technologies to reduce their carbon footprint. Take the Edge office building in Amsterdam, where Deloitte is the main tenant and developer of an app that helps feed data to the building’s 28,000 sensors. The Edge has been called the “smartest building in the world” by Bloomberg: lights are turned on and off and Tokyo escorts temperatures adjusted depending on who’s in the building and where. Workspaces are assigned depending on need so that escorts Tokyo less space sits idle. Fuel usage is cut by locating parking immediately as a car arrives.

The British rating agency BREEAM gave the Edge the best sustainability score ever Tokyo escort agency recorded. But sustainability for sustainability’s sake is not the goal here. By decreasing space needs and increasing energy efficiencies, the Edge is expected to have an attractive return on investment.

Governments can learn from private sector experiments with sustainable technologies and approaches like the escorts Edge. They can also arm regulators with a strong case to shift codes to favor such sustainable efforts as smart buildings. A building code that serves sustainability goals and the bottom line is hard to argue with.
The UN Sustainability Goals seek implementation by 2030. That’s just around the corner, especially Japanese escorts given the long time horizons of infrastructure projects. The pressure is even greater when you consider the projections for urban living: by 2050, city dwellers will outnumber their rural counterparts by a ratio of two to one.
Governments need to start planning now if they want Tokyo escort agency to build not only smart cities but sustainable cities. And while there is strong interest from the private sector, governments must take the lead in order to capitalize on private sector thinking and support—no matter what form it takes. As the Nikkei Stock Average plunges, Japan is producing a bull market in something rather ominous for 2019: déjà vu.
The feeling of familiarity concerns a return to recession and deflationary forces. Didn’t Prime Minister Shinzo Abe arrive on the scene six years ago to avoid this very scenario? Those asking this question tend to grasp at the wrong answer -– that Japan’s sudden return to the red is all Donald Trump’s fault. Sure, the U.S. president’s dumb trade war wrecked Japan’s 2018. It was, after all, supposed to be the one in which Abenomics finally produced blog solid wage gains, boosted consumer prices and validated the 98% stock surge on Abe’s watch. Fallout from Trump’s tariffs has since sent investors fleeing Japan’s export-driven recovery, the longest since the 1980s.
That revival hit a wall in the third quarter, when growth contracted an annualized 2.5%. Tokyo’s spin machine would have us believe that drop reflected earthquakes, storms and bad luck. Yet Trump’s assault on Asian supply chains did the real damage. And yet, most of the blame leads to Abe’s office in Tokyo, not Trump’s in Washington.

Fact is, Japan’s $4.9 trillion economy wouldn’t have halted so abruptly of Abe had used the growth years to reinvent a model with more in common with South Korea than Germany. For all the huge talk of structural Big Bangs and reanimating animal spirits, Abenomics turned out to be a tale of old-school weak-currency stimulus, not the Reagan/Thatcher reawakening into which investors bought.

With the passage of the UN Sustainability Goals in 2015, environmental impact is of increasing importance for the governments that build our infrastructure. They not only want their Tokyo escorts countries and cities to be “smart”—that is, with well-developed and coordinated infrastructure—they want to do it without contributing to the world’s environmental problems.
But Tokyo escort infrastructure is a daunting issue—even without the pressures of sustainability. Under current tax regimes, governments will escorts Tokyo only be able to fund half of what’s needed[1] to meet upcoming infrastructure demands—not to mention fulfill UN Sustainability goals. If governments want to create smarter, more efficient, more connected, and better-run cities and countries, innovative solutions and thinking will be needed to fill the gap—and these can come from the private sector.

The growing pressure to become smart
There is no doubt that today’s need for smarter cities is driven in part by skyrocketing infrastructure demands. Increasing urbanization is creating unprecedented Japanese escorts pressure on the transit systems, power grids, and water processing of today’s cities. According to the United Nations, by 2030, 60 percent of the world’s population will live in cities.
This growth is often manifesting itself in urban sprawl—inefficient, low-density development with car-based transport that has the potential to wreak havoc on global emissions. And in developing nations, the inability to keep up with infrastructure demands are making new city dwellers—who are often living in informal and unplanned celebrity Tokyo escorts settlements—particularly susceptible to natural disasters and rising sea levels.
Closing the infrastructure gap to meet increased urban needs is highly unlikely if governments keep trying to finance projects with public funds. In many economies, government deficits, increased public debt-to-GDP ratios, and the perception of inefficient spending have forced public officials to actually reduce funding of infrastructure.[2] If smart cities are to encompass Celebrity Tokyo improved—and sustainable—infrastructure, smart financing is going to be needed as well.
The sustainable appeal of PSP
Enter the private sector. Infrastructure funded by private sector participation (PSP) is not a new concept. There are a number of models­—some tested, some new—for escorts Tokyo bringing in the private sector. Some of these include:

  • Financing model payments: This is a model in which the public sector provides payments received that match agreed cost (including finance) amounts, allowing full coverage of expenditure and agreed returns. Similar models are used in availability-based Tokyo escort agency public-private partnership structures
  • User fees/charges: In this model, users pay directly for services, such as through road tolls. While this may seem straight-forward, it can be riskier due to the uncertainty of quantifying payments in advance.
  • Indirect income generation: This model generates revenue from ancillary services, such as selling advertising in a public space. Other examples include air right sales/lease or density bonusing.
  • Value capture: Tokyo this involves monetizing some of the value that an infrastructure project generates directly or indirectly. Building new infrastructure will likely increase the property values in surrounding areas, giving the city government an opportunity to capture some of the that value. For example, a government that builds a new transit hub could create a special taxing district around it.

Incorporating a sustainable angle within these scenarios going forward will certainly offer the private sector new blog opportunities. Sustainable direct value capture can come from governments sharing the costs of a highway with the private sector, who would participate if it is able to have exclusive rights to a dedicated lane for commuter buses or trains. Bike share programs are a win-win initiative for everyone when it comes to sustainability and Smart City planning: cities get less congested streets while the bike share companies locate in optimal locations. Data from these rentals can also help city planners frame future transit strategies.

Saturday, January 5, 2019

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Central Japan Railway Co. (JR Tokai) said Friday it will raise the maximum speed of the Nozomi bullet train service to 285 kph between Tokyo blog and Shin-Osaka stations next year thanks to advances in braking technology.
JR Tokai, which operates the info Tokaido Shinkansen Line, usually caps the Nozomi’s top speed to 270 kph but will raise the limit for 37 runs per day starting March 14. It will be the first time the speed limit has been raised on the line since March 1992.

JR Tokai said the change was made possible by the introduction of the N700A, a new type of shinkansen that boasts an improved braking system. The faster runs will link the nation’s two biggest business centers in two hours and 22 minutes, cutting three minutes off the current travel time, JR Tokai said.
West Japan Railway Co., operator of the Sanyo Shinkansen Line, which links Shin-Osaka Station to escort agency Tokyo Hakata Station over in Fukuoka, said the fastest Nozomi will do the Tokyo-Hakata run in four hours and 47 minutes, also three minutes faster.
At present, the highest rail escort in Tokyo speed allowed in Japan is 320 kph on the Tohoku Shinkansen Line run by East Japan Railway Co. (JR East).


Shin Kaneko, president of Central Japan Railway Co. (JR Central), has said the company plans to conduct test runs of the new N700S shinkansen at a maximum speed of 360 kph this year.
The N700S is slated to debut on the Tokaido Shinkansen line in fiscal 2020. The maximum operating speed on the Tokyo escorts line, which links Tokyo Station with Shin-Osaka Station, is currently 285 kph.

“We aim to carry out test runs at 360 kph this year so that we can demonstrate safety when we export the blog train to such markets as the United States and Taiwan,” Kaneko said in a recent interview, pointing out that it attained a maximum speed of 330 kph in past tests.
He also noted that about a third of those who buy reserved seats on both the Tokaido Shinkansen and Sanyo Shinkansen escorts Tokyo lines, the latter of which connects Shin-Osaka with Hakata Station in Fukuoka Prefecture, used the ticketless SmartEX service to buy seats via smartphone. SmartEX was introduced for the two lines in autumn 2017.
“Ticketless travel relieves passengers of stress,” Kaneko said, adding that it is also a plus for railway operators because it does not require commission fees.
“Personally, I hope that a ticketless info system will be introduced also for the Chuo Shinkansen line,” which is slated to open in 2027 and link Tokyo with Nagoya via magnetically levitated trains.
Kaneko said JR Central has made steady progress in construction work for the maglev line.
“We have secured more than Tokyo nights 50 percent of land needed for the maglev work on the west side of Nagoya Station, and are now in talks with landowners for the east side of the station,” he explained.
“We’ll continue escort agency Tokyo making all-out efforts” on the maglev project, Kaneko said, indicating the schedule is tight as JR Central has a lot of work to do.