Mrs. Watanabe

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From Mrs. and Watanabe (渡辺), a common Japanese surname.

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Mrs. Watanabe

  1. A personification of the Japanese housewife speculators, who are strong enough to affect international markets, especially foreign exchange markets.
    Mrs Watanabe, the market’s metaphor for Japan’s housewife yen speculators, has come back to life. [1]
    Mrs Watanabe is tiptoeing back into Japan’s stockmarket [2]
    Mrs. Watanabe’s Loss on Carry Trade to Help U.S. [3]

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