Caesar Bryan tells King World News:
"... It looks like the opposition leader, Abe, will be the next Prime Minister.
"He’s been very outspoken, asking for the BOJ to be much more aggressive in lowering the value of the yen. He suggested they should buy construction bonds directly from the government. This crosses the boundary of deficit financing. The Bank of Japan has been pushing back, and the head of the BOJ has been stressing the independence of the Bank of Japan.
"But it seems to me that the Japanese are close to some sort of agreement on weakening the yen. This will spur demand for gold from the Japanese public. Up to now the Japanese have been relatively quiet when it comes to gold, but I think things are stirring. If you look at the gold price in yen, it’s right back to the highs from February. So gold has had a good run as the yen has weakened. ..."