On the 14th, the Tokyo Stock Exchange and the Nikkei Stock Average fell over 800 yen at one point. The rise in the consumer price index in the United States in August exceeded market expectations and stock prices fell on the New York market. The result of the sharp stagnation shocked the market, as there was speculation in the market that US inflation would gradually decline. Next week, the United States and Japan will meet to decide monetary policy respectively. How much will the FRB raise interest rates, and what will Governor Kuroda say about the Bank of Japan’s monetary policy and the accelerating yen depreciation? The market is influenced by these speculations and the nervous trading is likely to continue for some time.