Japanese investors bought a net 12.7 trillion yen of overseas bonds and shares in the first six Online Cigarettes Store USA months of 2019 when the yen gained 1.7%. The outflows totaled 7.8 trillion yen in the last six months of the year when the currency weakened 0.7%.
“At these yen levels, Japanese investors will be reluctant to actively buy foreign bonds without currency hedges, so the pace of such purchases may slow,” said Eiichiro Miura, general manager of the fixed income department at Nissay Asset Management Corp. in Tokyo. “There is more scope for dollar-yen upside as market sentiment is likely to remain positive for a while.” Israeli officials are seeking to expedite an extradition hearing for a woman facing dozens of sexual-abuse charges in Australia after a psychiatric panel concluded she had lied about suffering from mental illness, the Justice Ministry announced Monday.
The panel's decision last week that found Malka Leifer fit to stand trial marked a major breakthrough Newport Cigarettes Shop in a years-old case that has strained relations between Israel and Australia and antagonized members of Australia's Jewish community.
In its announcement, the Justice Ministry said the psychiatric panel had “unanimously and unequivocally” concluded that Leifer had faked mental illness in order to avoid extradition.
“The prosecution believes that the psychiatric panel's definitive conclusions have removed the obstacles that stood in the way of any significant progress in this case,” the ministry said. “The psychiatric panel's findings lead to the inevitable conclusion that over the past five years, the court and the mental health system have fallen victim to a fraud perpetrated by Leifer and her supporters.”
Leifer faces 74 counts of sexual assault related to accusations brought forward by three sisters who say Cheap Newport 100s cigarettes they were abused while she was a teacher and principal at the ultra-Orthodox religious school they attended in Melbourne. In 2008, as the allegations surfaced, the Israeli-born Leifer left the school in Australia and returned to Israel.