Here's a post we've just had in from a foreign banker based in Tokyo.
Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan, U.S. President Barack Obama and Nouriel Roubini, founder of Roubini Global Economics, speak about the 8.9-magnitude earthquake that struck Japan and unleashed a seven-meter-high tsunami that killed hundreds of people as it engulfed towns on the northern coast.
This is an awful list.
Thousands reported missing.
March 11 Bloomberg - Japan was struck by its strongest earthquake in at least a century, an 8.9-magnitude temblor that shook buildings across Tokyo and unleashed a tsunami as high as 10 meters, engulfing towns along the northern coast.