During Thursday, July 18th, ETFs related to Japanese Stocks experienced significant losses with -1,93% on average following the release of exportations volumes which were lower than expected. The main Japanese index Nikkei 225 dropped by 1,97%. However, although data are not reported yet on TrackInsight, we noticed an impressive rebound of the Japanese Stocks indices on Friday, recouping the previous day’s losses. The Nikkei 225 perfectly illustrate this observation as the index ended the week with a daily performance of +2%. This return is related to comments made by an official of the US Federal Reserve, as he opened the door for an easier monetary policy than expected. Year-to-date, Japanese Stocks are in positive territory at +7,32% (as of Thursday) but remain negative over a rolling year, at -4,29% on average. 209 ETFs are tracking 93 indices related to this segment, and they gather $344Bn of assets under management.