The Japanese Yen is the least talked about currency, and it should be on everyone’s radar now!
Brent Johnson of Santiago Capital joins Blake Morrow to discuss the recent weakness we have seen in the Japanese Yen and how this weakness could really influence the broader markets.
The implications the recent JPY weakness has had, the recent weakness in the Chinese Yuan and the strength in the US Dollar index could all create massive volatility in the markets in the weeks and months ahead.
Brent also touches on the bond market and how the move in yields has had an impact on global markets as well.
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About Brent Johnson
Brent Johnson brings over twenty years of experience in the financial markets to his position as CEO of Santiago Capital where he manages $175mm for High Net Worth families via separately managed accounts and a private fund.
Brent enjoyed more than nine years as a Managing Director at Baker Avenue Asset Management, a $2 Billion Asset Manager and Wealth Management firm, with offices in San Francisco, Dallas and New York. He was the lead advisor for several of the firms largest clients.