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With 10 times leverage, retail investors can realize at least 50 percent annualized returns, assuming the exchange rate remains stable or the yen weakens.
A consumer confidence survey showed that 60 per cent of people expected employment levels and the economy to weaken in the coming 12 months.
Contact your Senators and urge them to oppose attempts to weaken or delay implementation of the Clean Air Act.
A top Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) lawmaker on Thursday called for the yen to weaken further to the 140 level against the dollar.
The bandilleros implanted in the bull's shoulder were there to weaken its shoulder muscles and madden it with pain.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-9 April 2001-Sonera expects equity income in associated companies to weaken significantly(C)1994-2001 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
The pro-226 forces wanted to weaken unions, which give overwhelmingly to Democrats, in order to bolster Republican candidates.
However, in June the vice foreign trade minister, Sun Zhenyu, stated if the yen continues to weaken, China would be under greater pressure to devalue.
The industrial and scientific revolutions, by increasing human power and control over nature, have helped to weaken the psychological hold of religion.
Osmena said the President did not only weaken the country's stand on the disputed waters but he has also strengthened the China's claim over it even after an international court ruling in favor of the Philippines.
Since the coming to power of the Likud party in 2001, and even before that, since the outbreak of the Al-Aqsa Intifada in September 2000, the Israeli government has set out to systematically weaken the powers and the various institutions of the Palestinian Authority.